SG111 URM-25E Signal Generator
esharpe at USWEST.NET
Sun Jul 29 16:08:04 EDT 2001
How was tuthill this year?
broke my heart not to go but
we are trying to get this display case ( 12 foot log 7 feet high all glass
front) finished to house the museum's collection of countermeasures
equipment.. of course there is room for more, so we are still looking for
more items, paperwork, posters etc....
ed sharpe archivist for smecc
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Hollander" <n7rk at DANCRIS.COM>
To: <BOATANCHORS at LISTSERV.TEMPE.GOV>
Sent: Sunday, July 29, 2001 12:50 PM
Subject: SG111 URM-25E Signal Generator
> One of my treasures from the Flagstaff, Arizona hamfest this weekend was
> a SG111 URM-25E Signal Generator for $5. I was amazed how heavy this
> little unit was when i carried it to the parking lot!. All of the probes
> are missing of course but it does have it's cover. The unit seems to
> work fine except the dial lights are burned out and when I removed them,
> they were not type #47's.
> Any suggestions on where to get replacements or a mod to replace them
> with something that might be more available?
> Also got a Sprague TO-4 cap checker for $2 which appears to be OK.
> Interested in comments on this unit as well.
> Not that many boatanchors compared to past years plus the prices were a
> bit on the high side for junk. A few bargains were to be had. My buddy
> picked up a beautiful SP-600JX for $200.
> The hamfest was not that great after going for 27 years. They raised the
> sellers fees to $30 for a space after it has been down around $10 or
> less for many years. I believe this scared off many sellers. They also
> began charging a dollar to get in which is not a big deal but this has
> never been done before. Coupled with that it was 95 degrees which for
> Flag is pretty darn hot since it is at 7000 feet elevation and we
> Phoenicians go there to get some relief from the heat.
> The economy may also have been responsible for the poor attendance??
> Any suggestions on the pilot lights would be much appreciated.
> Tnx and 73,
> Dave N7RK
> Dave N7RK - Webmaster CADXA http://cadxa.org
> Phoenix, Arizona *DXCC Honor Roll* *WAZ#23 - 75 Meter SSB*
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> Boatanchor Collector Extraordinaire preferring Hallicrafters, National
> and what ever else looks interesting!
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