[time-nuts] FS: 5370A
djl at montana.com
Thu Jul 29 16:18:38 UTC 2010
Mine have extra heatsink clamped on with 1 inch c-clamps...
> Interesting you were going to add a fan.
> I have 4 5370s and measured the temps on that heat sink.
> They were all the same pretty much, so figured HP knew what they were
> But it really does feel pretty hot.
> Pretty sure what I have picked them up for is not what you paid. Plus they
> are heavy.
> Good luck with finding a new home. They are a nice counter.
> On Thu, Jul 29, 2010 at 1:57 AM, Joseph Gray <jgray at zianet.com> wrote:
>> Ok guys, it has been sitting on my floor far too long and I don't know
>> when I'll get around to working on it. When I last messed with it, I
>> went through quite a few of the performance tests and IIRC, most
>> passed. It measures frequency ok, but it's off a bit on TI
>> measurements. I intended to open it up and get things up to spec, but
>> never finished. It does have one intermittant BNC on the front panel
>> that I haven't re-soldered yet.
>> I'm not sure what the current prices are, but I know what I paid for
>> it. How about $100 (less than I paid) plus shipping? Continental US
>> only, please. I'll even throw in a fan that I was going to mount on
>> the back heatsink.
>> PM me. No need to clog up the list.
>> Joe Gray
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