Yaesu Items For Sale:
Two meter FM transceiver, HF transceiver, Coax
Jumpers, Microphones, HT accessories, and more
Yaesu FT-227 RA "Memorizer" 2 meter FM transceiver:
The FT-227 is an FM rig with about 12 watts output (1.5 W
in low power) covering the entire 2 meter band. This is
the "A" model that has four memories. It has provisions
for installing a CTCSS subaudible tone module.
This rig was used on packet, and will make an excellent
APRS or packet rig. It works fine and looks fine. Since
it was used on packet, there is no microphone included,
but it does include power cord and paper work for $40.
Yaesu FT-990 Deluxe HF Transceiver
The Yaesu FT-990 features multiple direct digital synthesizers
for pure local signals for high performance. The triple-
conversion, general coverage receiver tunes from 100 kHz
to 30 MHz. It has an automatic antenna tuner. A 500 Hz CW
filter is built in. It has keypad entry. Power output is
adjustable up to 100 watts output (25W AM). The top panel
provides access for special user adjustments. A power supply
for operation from 120 V AC is built in, or it can be powered
by 13 V DC at about 22 amps.
General coverage receiver, tunes continuously from 100 kHz to 30 MHz
Modes: AM, USB, LSB, CW, FM, FSK
Iambic CW keyer
Automatic Antenna Tuner
Multi-function illuminated analog S-meter
Computer Aided Transceiver (CAT) allows computer control
via a serial cable with a DIN jack
Notch filter, IF shift, noise blanker, and a digitally
switched capacity audio filter
Built-in AC Power Supply
100 Watts Power
Manual and Auto AGC
This particular unit works fine, and looks very close to
perfect. This is a terrific radio. $900
Deluxe Desk Microphone:
This is a great looking and great performing low impedance
desk mic. It has a quality Shure 600 ohm cartridge in it
(the cartridge alone is over $40 new), with a very nice
black die case base and neck, with a chrome grill. It
looks somewhat like a Shure 444, but no plastic on this
one -- all metal!
This one has stripped and tinned ends on it, which means
any connector can easily be added.
This one looks like new, and works the same. It has a
long (approx 6 foot) cord. $70
Coaxial Cable "Jumpers" for your shack:
I have a good quantity of coaxial cable "jumpers" available.
These are short lengths of RG-8 coax, with a PL-259 connector
on both ends. I have a variety of lengths from under a foot
to about 5 feet long. Send me the lengths that you would
like, and I will see how close I can come.
Although most are RG-8 (the larger, approximately 0.4 inch
coax that takes full legal power), I also have some that
are RG-8 X (the medium coax approximately 1/4 inch in
diameter). Please ask for RG-8 X, if that is what you
All jumpers are $6 each.
Coaxial Lightning Arresters:
These lightning arresters are made to be inserted in to
your coaxial feedline, to help reduce lightning damage.
Still in the original blister pack, unused.
This one has an SO-239 (female UHF) connector on each end,
so that a PL-259 can be screwed into it. $15
Cushcraft LAC-1 ??
No markings on this to confirm the model number, but it
looks like the Cushcraft "Blitz Bug".
It has an SO-239 on one end and a PL-259 on the other end
(female UHF on one end and male on the other). $10
High Power HF 1 to 1 Balun:
This is Palomar's very high power 1 to 1 HF balun. I am
not sure if it is rated at 3000 watts or 5000 watts, but
it is the big one. It is 4 inches in diameter and about
3 1/2 inches high. It has an SO-239 connector on the
bottom, that has a gold plated center pin, and silver
plated outer. It has "pigtails" coming out of the top
to connect to your balanced antenna.
It is designed so that it can easily be used with a beam.
It has a bracket from each side, and then a U bolt that
can attach to up to a 2 1/2 inch diameter mast or boom.
All hardware is stainless steel. This is a quality balun!
This one works fine and looks fine. $60
Yaesu YM-31 hand microphone
The Yaesu YM-31 is a hand mic with a round 6 pin
connector. Apparently it is either similar or the
same as the MH-25A6j (not the MH-25 with the 8 pin
connector). It is a 600 ohm impedance hand microphone,
and has a Monitor on-off switch on the back. It should
be compatible with any of the Yaesu rigs that uses the
round 6 pin connector. It looks very similar to the
This one works fine and looks extremely nice. $25
Yaesu HT Accessory Items:
Pryme Speaker Mic
This is the equivalent of the Yaesu MH-34.
It fits the Yaesu HTs with the 4 conductor 1/8 inch
(3.5 mm) plug, such as the VX-1, VX-3, VX-5, etc.
It looks like it has not been used. $28
Belt Clip for Yaesu FT-207, with hardware. $8
Wrist Strap for Yaesu FT-209, and others $4
Small Power Supplies:
Radio Shack 22-124 Regulated Power Supply
This supply is regulated and will furnish 13 V DC at up
to 2.5 amps. It is ideal for the lower powered 2 meter
rigs, or to get rid of that huge collection of wall warts.
This one works fine and looks extremely nice.
I do not find a scratch on it. $20
Micronta 22-120 A Regulated power supply:
This supply is rated at 2.5 amps at 13 V DC. It is
well regulated. It has a switch and LED power light
on the front, with a circuit breaker and output terminals
on the back. The case (left and right side and top) is
basically all a heat sink, so it should cool the
This one works fine and looks like new. No scratches. $30
I also have many other accessories available such as many
different types of microphones, HTs, HF, VHF and UHF rigs, HF
and VHF/UHF antennas, and many miscellaneous accessories.
Just too many to list here. Please e-mail your requests.
Prices do not include shipping from Florida.
E-mail to W8EK@FLHam.net or W8EK@arrl.net
Voice Phone (352) 732-8400
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