[RFI] where to buy FairRite?
n6ki73 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 27 15:35:31 PDT 2009
In the info I sent in previous e-mail, I detailed a way to be able to go to
the Fair-Rite Web site
and check which distributor has stock on the items you need.....
but as K9YC mentioned, you may have an issue getting items shipped out
of the U.S. !
73, Dennis N6KI
On Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 3:14 PM, Jim Brown <jim at audiosystemsgroup.com>wrote:
> On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 23:17:13 +0300, Kostas SV1DPI wrote:
> >I want to buy a rather large quantity of ferrites
> >I need clampon No 2631164181 abt 100 pieces
> >i need also 2631102002 abt 30 pieces
> >and also 5943003801 or 2631803802 (abt 30 pieces)
> >By the way is 2631803802 suitable to make baluns?
> Yes, these are the best parts I know of for HF chokes. Note that these
> are NOT suitable for use as transformers -- too much loss -- but they are
> ideal for common mode chokes.
> If not what ferrites and
> >how many of them must i use to make a 1:1 balun capable for 2-3kwatts?
> 2-3kW? Is someone cheating on the rules? If you want to cheat, do your own
> designs and stay out of contests and DXing!
> My chokes are designed for 1.5kW. See my "Choke Cookbook" in
> http://audiosystemsgroup.com/RFI-Ham.pdf Note that #43 material is as
> good or
> slightly better ABOVE 5 MHz. #31 is much better on 80M and below.
> >I sent an email to lodestone but i had no reply.
> >Do you know where to buy them for a cheaper price or is there anyone to
> >to buy them and send to me in Greece?
> Everything I know about buying them is in Appendix One of the latest
> of the tutorial. Make sure you get it directly from my website to get the
> latest. I don't know if any of those vendors do business outside the US.
> Fair-Rite has distributors worldwide. See their website for listings and
> Jim Brown K9YC
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