[Amps] How to connect the SB-200 to a Kenwood TS-450S
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Sat Jan 25 09:42:03 EST 2003
>you might also contact harbachelectronics.com, they have a switching unit
>made specifically for the sb200. It's switching voltage is only about 1-2
>volts at a couple mils .!!!!!
> carl / kz5ca P.S. they also have other upgrades for the 200 / 220 etc.I
>have no connection with harbach except as a satisfied customer.
How many turns and what diameter coil for a Harbach Electronics parasitic
suppressor for a 572B? How many ohms for R-sup? Tnx.
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>Subject: Re: [Amps] How to connect the SB-200 to a Kenwood TS-450S
>> Pin 2 is N.O. -- pin 4 is gnd on Kenwood radios. However, the TS-450
>> will not handle negative or positive 110vdc. The easiest fix is to
>> convert the SB-200 to std positive V switching, and install a NPN
>> transistor in place of the TS-450's amp control relay. See:
>> >Can someone please describe to me how is the connection made from the
>> >Heath SB-200 to the Kenwood TS-450S
>> >Thanks All
>> >Alvaro KC6VQH
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