RETIREMENT SALE - ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC TEST EQUIPMENT ACCUMULATED IN OVER 50 YEARS OF PRACTICE


Will not ship major items. Will not export any item.

Will take in trade on any item listed, whole or part, at the rate of $100.00 per board foot: Brazilian Rosewood, air dried >10 years, defect free, quarter sawn, 28/4" or greater width, 24" or longer length, 2/4 - 16/4 thicknesses. Might take some good Maple.


Attenuator: Composite, built in Aluminum box using resistors and toggle switches, works well at low frequencies.
$18.00

Cameras: Largan, five of them. I'm sorry that I bought these cameras. If you buy them you'll be sorry too. For the lot.
$257.36

Color Alignment Generator: Heathkit, worked the last time I used it. Needs a line cord. Makes a pattern on screen to align guns by.
$75.00

Desolder Station: SuperTech 999SD, Vacuum pump desoldering, separate soldering wand, separate temperature controls, works well, high maint.
$594.00

Deviation Meter: ARF AR-1B, seldom used but when you gotta have it you gotta have it.
$3,314.00

Distortion Meter: Heathkit. I ran many a broadcast proof with it and made a good dollar. A little fussy.
$312.00

Fault Finder: Runway Lighting, may be patentable. Will narrow faults in a runway lighting circuit to two fixtures. Works when RF finders fail. (Includes design quitclaim.)
$73,000.00

Field Intensity Meter: FM, Potomic Instruments, wants a Battery Box and calibration.
$11,000.00

Frequency Counter: Composite, oddly built, used mostly to tune Low Freq Receiver.
$252.00

Geiger Counter: ANPDR-27, good shape, rugged, with steel case, internal boost power supply uses D cells.
$910.00

Geiger Counter: ANPDR-27, good shape, rugged, with steel case, uses odd batteries.
$517.00

Geiger Counter: Accumulation, Large Tube, Beta Gamma, counts individual events over a selected period of time, (minute/hour/day) can detect 1% change in Background Radiation. LED readout. Internal or external power.
$2,150.00

Geiger Counter: Accumulation, Small Tube, catches about 1/4 of the events as the Large Tube Counter. Internal power only, meter and LCD readout, audio. Time externally.
$1,198.00

Geiger Counter: PRI 117B. Scintilation Counter is the proper name, uses a Crystal and Photo Tube. Six ranges, .025 - 5 MR/HR. Meter readout only. Leather carrying case.
$3,719.00

ILS Course Calibrator: A "boat anchor" that you sometimes just have to have.
$992.00

ILS: MK-1 Localizer, MK-1 Glide Slope. Draws only, no cabinets, D/U for V-Ring Antennas but no Antennas, only one power supply. Good for "chassis swap" trouble shooting. Working when removed from service. Manuals.
$37,000.00

Line Locator: Low Freq, Induction, finds live underground lines without need of transmitter. (Price includes design quitclaim.)
$52,000.00

Megger: Composite, built in case that once housed a different instrument, uses 9 Volt Battery. Not certified, includes 220 meg resistor.
$314.00

Megger: Old Coffee Grinder type, cracked case, ruined meter, good for parts.
$100.00

Multimeter: B&K, Handheld, barely used. Burned up my old meter about a month before retirement and had to get this one to finish out.
$178.69

Multimeter: Bench, Fluke 8010M, well used, still solid.
$215.00

Multimeter: Bench, Tripplet 801, D'Arsonaval, probably the best VOM ever built.
$498.00

Multimeter: Bench, Heathkit, D'Arsonaval, FET, big rascal, probably the worst VOM ever built.
$50.00

Organ: 3 manual, AGO pedals. Was the console to a pipe organ. I started converting it to a self contained electronic organ years ago. Had it playing several times, never satisfied, tore out and started over. Now has one playing rank. Price includes diagrams for completing project.
$1,000.00

Oscilloscope: Tek 317, buy this is you just want to be able to say you own an oscilloscope.
$50.00

Plotter: Single pen type, makes C or D size, good images but slow as the itch. If your CAD program has a Houston Instruments Driver it will run this plotter. DOS or Windows. A few pens included.
$500.00

R.F. Bridge: Sensitive, General Radio, more trouble to operate than an operating bridge but worth it when you need it. Hernia maker.
$5,417.00

Radio Receiver: Composite, Low Frequency, Hetrodyne, super sensitive, 10 c/s 3dB bandwidth.
$912.00

Remote Retransmission System: Halcyon, bought it surplus, never used it, can't imagine why you would want it.
$824.00

Service Monitor: Motorola, for transciever servicing. If you have need of this instrument you probably know more about it than I do.
$5,722.00

Signal Generator: HP 608D, the old reliable.
$2,481.00

Signal Generator: Heathkit, as sorry an instrument as could bear the name.
$112.00

Signal Generator: SHF, uses a klystron. Another item I never made productive use of.
$214.00

Spectrum Analyser: Systron Donner 809, a real jewel but heavy.
$5,585.00

Vector Voltmeter: PRD2020, if you don't know the difference in a vector voltmeter and a regular voltmeter you can probably get by without it.
$7,371.00

PERSONAL ITEMS FOR SALE


Antique Vacuum tubes: 100TH, 100TL, 250TH, and the like. Tell me what you need and I'll let you know if I have it.

Microfisch Reader: Works. Don't know if I spelled it right.
$225.00

Tape Recorder: Ampex 601. Near perfect condition. Less than 100 hours use since extensive overhaul. Includes manual.
$2,500.00

Tape Recorder: Ampex 601. Was working well when rewind belt broke. No case lid. No manual.
$250.00

Movie Projector: 16 mm, self contained sound, ran well last time I used it.
$375.00

Movie Projector: 16 mm, self contained sound, didn't run well last time I tried it. Good for parts, free if you buy the good one.
$75.00

Hammond B2 Organ: This organ don't need nuthin' but playin' but lower back pain keeps me from it. It is a good solid instrument. Everything works. Original TUBE TYPE pre-amplifier. Power Amplifier is not only Tubes but TRIODE OUTPUT TUBES. Speakers are Permanent Magnet. New Run Motor. A few scratches here and there but finish on both Console and Tone Cabinet is original.

Fine everyday musical instrument and worthwhile investment.

Sell for $17,500.00 or trade for Mercedes Diesel or Rolls Royce of equal value.



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