[time-nuts] HP 106a oscillator connectors question

Bill Byrom time at radio.sent.com
Sat Jun 4 00:46:19 EDT 2016


Those appear to be "Microdot 10-32" S-50 connectors to me. See:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microdot_connector
http://www.cdint.com/catalog/model/BM-174-6
http://www.mouser.com/pdfdocs/TEConnectivity_Nanonics_MicrodotCatalog.pdf --- see page 94
https://www.surplussales.com/Connectors/Micro-2.html
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Bill Byrom N5BB
 
 
 
On Fri, Jun 3, 2016, at 04:04 PM, cdelect at juno.com wrote:
> Well the checkout of the 106A oscillator section is going well.
>
> I ran it for 6 hours and the outer oven came down OK, will have to
> wait
> until I can do a longer attended run for the inner oven as it
> takes 8 1/2
> hours per the manual to come down!
>
> This unit was not built with the fine adjust via an internal pot
> as shown
> in the manual but does have the external EFC jack show. (EFC jack does
> work)
>
> After the 6 hours Frequency was within a HZ and could be
> adjusted. Quit
> there until I can find a spot for it to live for an extended test.
>
> Need help identifying the RF connectors on the unit.
>
> They are not SMA but look to be the same diameter. would need two
> adaptors or a couple old cables with the matching connector I could
> splice into. I had to poke in a wire and use clip leads!
>
> Cheers,
>
> Corby
>
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