[Amps] 811H pops fuses
la6lha at mimer.no
Tue Jan 21 12:31:41 EST 2014
At least they look similar branded and MADE IN USA as the ones I bought
from K4POZ selling them at QTH.COM.
Listing Number: 1063331
Date Ad was Placed: 05/03/13
Name: Ron Wilson
Phone Number: 770-971-8591
Heading: For Sale: Filter Capacitors 390uf/450V
New electrolytic capacitors…390uf/450 working volts, 105 degrees.
Ideal for replacement filter capacitors used in older
amplifiers...Collins, Heathkit, Dentron, Amp Supply, Ameritron, etc.
or any other high voltage power supply.
Snap in type, 30mm X 45mm...105 Degrees, pins 10mm centers.
Price: $2.75 each plus shipping of $6.50 in lots of up to Ten(10)
6 in series will give you 65uf at 2700 working volts.(Total $23.00
8 will give you 48uf at 3600 working volts.(Total $28.50 )
10 will give you 39uf at 4500 working volts.(Total ($34.00)
Special price on 20 or more...$2.50 each plus shipping of $12.50 on 12
These capacitors are new and made USA...
I also have some 120k, 3 watt equalizing/bleeder resistors for $1.00
I accept PayPal , USPS Money Orders, or personal checks (after
clearing). All shipping Priority Mail.
I bought 20 of those and hope the ones I put in my LK800 will last a
But honestly I will soon redo and install well known brand/type instead
of fearing the big bang..
On 21.01.2014 04:25, Jim W7RY wrote:
> Is this the same guy that sells them on QTH.com?
> Jim W7RY
> On 1/20/2014 5:37 PM, Carl wrote:
>> Guaranteed Chinese, that fraud has been discussed elsewhere.
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Alek Petkovic" <vk6apk at bigpond.com>
>> To: "Tom Osborne" <w7why at frontier.com>
>> Cc: "Amps" <amps at contesting.com>
>> Sent: Monday, January 20, 2014 5:51 PM
>> Subject: Re: [Amps] 811H pops fuses
>> Found the caps I bought.
>> See Ebay item number 190875604650
>> 73, Alek
>> On 21/01/2014 6:38 AM, Alek Petkovic wrote:
>>> Yeah, that's right Tom.
>>> Its the same with the AL-1500 model. More caps, higher voltage but
>>> they are still right on or over the limit of 450V per cap.
>>> I changed mine for higher value, 500V jobs. I was able to fit 16 caps
>>> in the space where the 8 originals were. They are arranged as a
>>> string of 8 x 2 x 330uF/105°C caps in parallel. That's 8 x 660uF in
>>> series to give me 82.5uF at 4000V.
>>> There was nothing wrong with the 8 x 220uF caps. I just got nervous
>>> running them that high.
>>> I bought them from the US, on the bay. They are probably cheap
>>> charlie ones but they do the job really well.
>>> 73, Alek.
>>> On 21/01/2014 12:53 AM, Tom Osborne wrote:
>>>> Vic said:
>>>>> Ameritron's prices are reasonable and they have shipped within a
>>>>> day every
>>>>> time I've ordered parts from them.
>>>> The problem is - the Ameritron ones are rated at 450 volts. That
>>>> seems like
>>>> they are operating at pretty much their max. This one has about
>>>> plate voltage. Four of the Ameritrons are 1800 volts rating (unless
>>>> have a built-in safety factor). 73
>>>> Tom W7WHY
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