Those are so much more relay than you need - the ones used in the TopTen
relay boxes sell for ~$2 each.
73, Pete N4ZR
At 09:42 AM 5/12/2007, Tom McAlee wrote:
>I don't know the manufacturer. But, if your goal is to obtain some, you can
>buy those relays from Array Solutions:
>Scroll to the bottom. You'll see he sells the relays individually for $45
>each... same relays used in the RatPak, SixPak, etc.
>If you really just want to know who makes them, perhaps if you call or email
>Jay he will tell you.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "W7CE" <email@example.com>
>Sent: Friday, May 11, 2007 9:24 PM
>Subject: [TowerTalk] What relay do Ameritron and Array Solutions use intheir
> >I am designing a custom coax relay. I own a couple of Ameritron RCS-8V
> > switchs and am pretty happy with them, especially since they are rated to
> > 250+ MHz. I recently looked inside an Array Solutions Ratpak and noticed
> > that it uses exactly the same relay as the Ameritron. I've been trying to
> > figure out who is the manufacturer of this particular relay and after much
> > time with Google have hit a dead end. Both switches use a form X
> > (shorting
> > bar mounted on the two arms at the contacts) SPDT, 12V open-frame relay
> > with
> > the following marking: X99KP 12VDC RSCO. It appears the X99KP is the
> > part
> > number and RSCO is the vendor name or code. Does anyone know who makes
> > this
> > relay? You can see a picture of it at www.w7ce.com/relay.html.
> > Thanks & 73,
> > Clay W7CE
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