[time-nuts] military frequency standard pin out??

Pete Lancashire pete at petelancashire.com
Wed Mar 7 18:16:47 UTC 2012


6625-078-4718   -   * Frequency Standard Module from R-1051* and
RT-618* radios; usable as replacement or adapt to other need where
standard is required. Crystal oven with 5 MHz crystal provides 5 MHz
sine wave output (approx 1.8V) plus possible non-sine outputs dual
500KHz, 1 & 10 MHz. Designed stability: 1 part in 10 / day. Requires
18-24VDC input. 4.4x3x4.5, 2 lbs sh. Used crystal only is checked,
other output may need repair, with schematic,

Found on Fair Radio's site ..

-pete

On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 7:45 AM, Paul A. Cianciolo <paulc at snet.net> wrote:
> Hello Folks,
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> I found in my collection a frequency standard that I acquired mil surplus at
> one time.
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> The model number of 2N6625-078-4718  internet search yields nothing on this
> number.
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> The unit is a common looking one , approx. 4" x 3" x 4" with an aluminum
> cover that comes off.
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> The cover has the layout of the parts.  The connector has 6 coax outputs
> into a D type connector.
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> It appears 3 pins for power 1 is ground that easy to see but the others are
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> 2) a  red white and black that leads to the circuit board
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> 3) and a brown white and black also leads to the circuit board.
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> I would like to fire this up, but not burn it up.
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> Any ideas?
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> Thank you
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> Paul A. Cianciolo
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> W1VLF
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