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« on: September 16, 2018, 09:22:52 AM »

Currently running a TCS station . A No 19 mkII set and an ARC5 station. Have a RCAF AR2 rx. Hope to mate it somday with an RCAF AT1 tx
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« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2018, 06:29:29 PM »

  Got my ART-13 station back on the air, rewired the PP-1104 power supply I use to run the dynamotor for 220 volts, it runs much better. I made a mount for the dynamotor that sits on top of the PP-1104 which is on a wheeled dolly I built, this allows me to wheel it out of the way when not needed. I use a Collins 51J4 for RX.

   Got even more ambitious and decided that after being down for 2 years it was time the replace the plate relay in my T-368's 300 LB power supply. Made a cart that cleared the T-368's wheeled base and also sat 1/2 inch below the power supply shelf. I was able to get it out myself and tilt it up for access. I will replace the relay with a mercury displacement relay, waiting on parts.

    Went to the last swap of the year, in Lincoln northeast of Sacramento, sold a bunch of my excess and scored two military pack sets, a Collins PRC-515 and a British RT-320.


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« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2018, 02:42:34 PM »

My No 19 dynamotor is sounding wierd.. I usually  run it on a hb AC PSU.  All the normal stuff checked out OK.I see new ones are  still available  but Idont feel.like parting with the money ..... yet.
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