[AMPS] RE: FS: YC156 NON-COMPLETED Amplifier !
Fri, 11 Aug 2000 23:31:52 +0200
For those who asked,
the amp can be disassembled fully, all sides, top/bottom, front/back etc
can be dissassembled from the rest. Everything is screwed together
with threaded screws and "L" alu profiles. So shipping should'nt be
a problem. I can also ship to the US using f.ex UPS Air. And for
those who asked about the price, well $1500 for the whole thing and
I'll spilt shipping in half. All components are of prime quality,
the two vac caps are each tested at 12KV and 15KV respectively, the
roller coil is NEW from Surplus Sales of Neb. Heating transformer is
new, all components on input board is brand new. Amp also includes
in- and output switching releays, 2 HC-1 in the output and 1 HC-1 in
the input. Also has a dual Bird Thruline section for use with 2 slugs
(slugs not included) (This section is not shown on the current pictures,
as some of the other hardware mounted in the amp).
Carsten Groen OZ9AAR
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On
> Behalf Of Carsten Groen
> Sent: 11. august 2000 22:00
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [AMPS] FS: YC156 NON-COMPLETED Amplifier !
> I have now been watching my YC156 (3CPX5000A7) amplifier in my
> workshop for over 8 months without having had the time to do anything
> about it....
> So fellas, I'm going to part with it. The Amp is NOT finished, however
> both input and output circuits have been cold tested for resonance,
> good Q etc etc. Bias circuit has also been tested, Heater supply,
> inrush protection for the heater (yeah I know, YOU DONT NEED
> THAT ON A YC156 TUBE...... but I hate this kaboing sound when I
> switch something on). RF Choke, HV decoupling etc is included. The
> amp is with motordriven Vac capacitors in the Tank, and a motordriven
> Coil. Input board uses 9 relays (actually 18) to switch bands, so the
> whole amp is designed for remote controlling !
> What is NOT included: HV supply, blower (can be included), Control box
> for external control. (And proberly something else I forgot...)
> Anyway, If anybody would be interested in this fine piece of
> let me know, and I will give you some more details on the
> Amp. All I can tell'ya
> is that there is more than $1500 parts in the Amp !
> Go have a look at http://logicio.com/cgroen/hfamp.htm, and follow
> the links at the TOP of the page, you'll find schematics, pictures etc
> of the Amplifier.
> Best regards,
> Carsten Groen, OZ9AAR/QRP
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