Transmitter Plate Transformers Free To A Good Home - Weight and Size Measurements --

Jim Hill Jim2_w6ivw at COX.NET
Sun Sep 26 12:18:57 EDT 2010

I'm preparing to sell a large modulation transformer, and after 
reading your post searched for UPS Pack and Ship.  One of the search 
results was 
where UPS didn't do a good job and wouldn't pay damages until brought 
to small claims court.  It's worth reading.  Searching for shipping 
and packing discussions brought up 
with more interesting posts (which I have not read yet).

At 07:02 AM 9/20/2010, you wrote:
>Hello again !
>Here's the weight/size update for the "Free Plate Transformers To A Good
>Stancor 52C046
>14 1/2 x 11 1/2 x 9 1/2  103 pounds
>Which I believe is a BC-610 transformer.  If so, it should be rated at -
>117 VAC tapped to provide 4000 or 5000 V.C.T. @ 500 ma.
>And, an
>American Transformer Co. model 26579
>15 x 11 1/2 x 10 1/2  Weight 124 pounds
>6200 VCT 2 kV
>Has four primary terminals -- 0.2 ohms or less between
>any of them -- apparently adjusts for primary voltage
>perhaps -5%, 0%, +5%, +10% ?
>They will have to be crate since both transformers have ceramic/Steatite
>insulators protruding from them which must be protected from breakage.
>They're up for grabs -- free to a good home.
>I'll figure out how to get them to UPS if you want either or both of them.
>Then I'll ask that you purchase the UPS "Pack and Ship Promise" shipping and
>have them crated since they're very heavy!
>If anyone's interested in one or both of them, I'll Hi-Pot test them and
>make certain there are no shorts and that with AC on the primary they make
>proper voltage on the secondary. Otherwise, they'll go to the dump.
>If anyone is in a position to pick them up or to send someone for them that
>person will get priority interest.  As a 68 year old heart attack survivor,
>I really would prefer not to be lifting them!!
>Many, many thanks !
>Mike Langner
>Albuquerque, NM
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