[time-nuts] HP 105D FS
sandeenpa at yahoo.com
Sun Apr 9 13:35:39 EDT 2017
Apologies to All,
Perrier should not post when tired.
The HP oscillator is a 100D Low Frequency Standard..
Sorry for the brain fart.
On Sunday, April 9, 2017 5:18 AM, Bob kb8tq <kb8tq at n1k.org> wrote:
Are you sure you have the model number right? That does not sound like a 105D … The 105B was a 1960’s
creature that had a 5 MHz crystal in it already.
Bob (who probably has eight typos in the sentence above :)
> On Apr 9, 2017, at 2:46 AM, Perry Sandeen via time-nuts <time-nuts at febo.com> wrote:
> Since I've been babysitting this unit for 20 years or so waiting for a-round-it to arrive its probably to to pass it on to someone who would revive it.
> It is a 100KHz ovenized crystal with an external reading mercury thermometer. It has dividers down 100Hz and is equipped with a 2 inch scope for doing Lissajous comparisons. The input and outputs are the old style dual binder posts.
> It's the usual test equipment width, about 10 inches high, and 18 inches deep. Weight is about 30 Lbs.
> It's in fair cosmetic condition
> I have the original HP manual for it.
> If one is so inclined, there is interior space for a couple of HP 10811 oscillators, GPS unit and the associated PS for the modern stuff. IIRC I have a NOS CRT tube as well.
> Or polish up the front panel, place it on a shelf to remember how far we've come.
> Make me an offer. Shipping by FedEx is extra from 92220, Banning CA.
> If interested please generate an original email so Yahoo doesn't stack the replies all in one file.
> I'm sure the purchaser can be absolutely certain that they have the only one in their state, or even country :).
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