[time-nuts] Mitsubishi GPS antenna data
hudsonray at yahoo.com.au
Thu Feb 25 06:05:59 UTC 2010
Nigel, I bet there is more than a few companies re-badging these things.
That photo of the HP base and two screw clamp is exactly the same as the VIC100, The PCB in the VIC100 is flat and you could have a puck cover like the HP, the VIC100 pointy shape cover is designed as a snow retardant dome.
I'll take a photo of the internals of a VIC100 for you as a conparison.
--- On Tue, 23/2/10, GandalfG8 at aol.com <GandalfG8 at aol.com> wrote:
> From: GandalfG8 at aol.com <GandalfG8 at aol.com>
> Subject: Re: [time-nuts] Mitsubishi GPS antenna data
> To: time-nuts at febo.com
> Received: Tuesday, 23 February, 2010, 10:03 PM
> In a message dated 21/02/2010 23:52:15 GMT Standard
> hudsonray at yahoo.com.au
> Nigel, that part number looks very much like a MEW /
> Panasonic VIC100
> antenna. CCAH32ST02 with a H instead of a 5 .
> does it look anything like the
> VIC100 see link below.
> Hi Ray
> Many thanks for the information, that very close match on
> part numbers
> would certainly imply some similarity but externally at
> least the units are
> What I have is a puck antenna that looks identical to the
> HP 58504A and
> was supplied to me already mounted inside an HP 58510A
> external housing.
> I'm now told the assembly was supplied complete by HP,
> although I have no
> way of verifying that, so it's possible the Mitsubishi is a
> rebadged HP.
> However, all photos I've seen of the HP antenna are
> labelled as such and I
> wouldn't normally have expected HP to supply their own
> parts with someone
> else's label, which is why I was hoping to find some
> information specific
> to the Mitsubishi.
> Some good photos of a "proper" 58504A can be seen here by
> using the "View
> more images" link.....
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