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John K5PRO

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« on: January 21, 2006, 08:56:38 PM »

I have two Collins Mod Transformers, one from EPAY and another from a local SK's junkbox. Turns out these are the same beast, just different packaging and vintage. I need help identifying what they came out of. Must be something common, because the guy on EPAY was selling a collection of them one at a time, months ago. Then I found this one in town.... They are a little large to use in a DX100 or Apache.Thanks for any advice:
Three secondaries, 50 VCT, 600 Ohms CT and 2400 Ohms/350 mADC
Primary unmarked impedance, with CT
Response 200-15000 Hz +/- 1 dB
Both are 4.25 x 4.75 x 5.5 inches high approx, hermetically sealed with 11 terminal studs underneath (12 would be a perfect 4x3 rectangular cluster, one corner doesn't have a stud for 11)

Collins 677-0388-00
Flanged base,  paint is light olive
3 kV Test"

Collins 677-0525-00
Studs on base, paint is black
1425 PWV"
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