[time-nuts] Some specs for MTI Millren 260 OXCOs
alexpcs at ieee.org
Thu Oct 23 17:24:46 EDT 2014
even a member of IEEE has to purchase it:
but don't give up yet
On 10/23/2014 2:04 PM, Pete Lancashire wrote:
> Anyone have a IEEE account ?
> On Thu, Oct 23, 2014 at 1:07 AM, Hal Murray <hmurray at megapathdsl.net> wrote:
>> dgminala at mediacombb.net said:
>>> The model 260 datasheet is on MTI's web site at
>> That data sheet covers their standard models. You can see the part number
>> the far right column of the table on the bottom of the last page of the
>> double page spread. They are likely to have a few in stock.
>> They also make lots of specials. Tell them the specifications you want and
>> they will make a new part number, put it into their system so you can
>> order it, and keep the details private so your competitors have more work
>> do if they want to clone or reverse engineer your designs.
>> If the part number on a unit you get from eBay isn't on the data sheet,
>> probably a special. You can get a general idea from the data sheet but you
>> will probably have to measure it if you want the fine print.
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