TVI filters FS

john johnmb at NC.RR.COM
Wed Jan 4 19:21:37 EST 2006

Would someone please buy these so we don't have to see them week after week 
after week?

At 07:13 PM 1/4/2006, Ken Simpson, W8EK wrote:
>Low Pass TVI filters For Sale:
>Drake TV-3300-LP Low Pass Filter
>This is a modern low pass filter to go between your
>transmitter and antenna, and has been optimized to
>have more attenuation in the 40 MHz region, where
>many TVs have their IF.  According to the manual it is
>good for 1000 Watts "average", which would be about
>2000 watts PEP, and has over 80 db attenuation at
>41 MHz.  SO-239 connectors on each end. This one
>looks close to new, and also has the single page
>"manual" with it.  $ 30
>Johnson Nye Viking 250-20 Low Pass Filter
>This is a 52 ohm cylindrical low pass filter with a cut
>off frequency of 45 MHz and 75 db of attenuation.
>It is rated to take 1000 Watts of AM, or 5000 Watts
>PEP SSB.  It has SO-239 connectors on each end.
>Nye Viking Low Pass Filter Model 020-001
>Eliminate the harmonics going out your feed line,
>and reduce TVI.  It is rated at 2000 watts, with
>over 65 db of attenuation above 57 MHz.  $30.
>Drake TV-1000-LP Low pass filter
>This is the filter that is in the copper case, and may also
>be used on the low end of six meters, as well as HF.  It is
>a 50 ohm filter and is good for 1000 W AM below 30 MHz
>(which would be over 3000 Watts PEP SSB), and
>about 200 W up to 52 MHz.  With paper work for $ 30
>Drake TV-5240-LP low pass filter
>This number is correct; it is not a TV-5200.  This filter is
>different than the typical low pass filter.  It has an SO-239
>connector on each end, but instead of being long and skinny,
>the enclosure is about 5 inches square.  I think this is a
>fairly old filter.  It has brownish/gray paint over the copper
>colored case.  I have not been able to find any specs on
>this filter.  It does say "For use in 52 ohm line of transmitters
>operating below 30 Mc." printed on it.  $30
>Alinco ELP-60 D LX low pass filter
>For 50 ohm systems, with up to 500 watts of power.
>This one has an SO-239 on one end, and about a 2 foot
>length of coax and PL-259 on the other end.  $30
>Drake TV-100-LP low pass filter
>This is for lower power -- up to 100 watts AM.
>It has the copper case. It is approaching antique status,
>as I would guess it must be 30 years old, but still works
>fine. Basically it is the same as the TV-1000-LP above,
>but with one tenth of the power ratings.  $ 15
>Ameco LN-2 low pass filter
>This filter is rated at 100 Watts, with an SO-239
>connector on each end.  $12
>High Pass TVI filter for the TV set:
>Drake TV-300-HP
>High Pass filter for the TV for 300 ohm twin lead.
>This filter is collectable, and is unused as best I can
>determine. It is still in its original box (not the newer
>blister pack), with an "RLD" logo on it, and says
>"NEW TV-300 HP High Pass Filter, Attenuates
>0-52 MHz".  A grounding strap is also attached.  $ 15
>Prices do not include shipping from Florida.
>Ken, W8EK
>Ken Simpson
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