[time-nuts] Looking for OSA 3210 information
magnus at rubidium.se
Tue Aug 1 16:35:33 EDT 2017
They tend to show up every here and there.
They tend to find me.
Cesiums is so much your milage may vary, some will be DOA for sure, some
might need more or less work.
Got four that need more work.
On 08/01/2017 09:44 PM, KA2WEU at aol.com wrote:
> Who is selling "used" Cesium standards ? Ulrich
> In a message dated 8/1/2017 3:32:46 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org writes:
> Hi Skip,
> Björn called me and made me aware of your need. I had already seen it
> briefly, but I was doing a music festival, så no ability to do anything
> about it.
> Anyway, I have the full OSA 3000 manual, but the 3210 manual I got
> electronically is similar enough. I serviced 7 of these, but no major
> problems so far, got 5 of them myself.
> Toss a separate email with an electronic version. Let me know if you
> need something scanned from my original manual.
> On 07/31/2017 09:35 PM, Skip Withrow wrote:
> > Hello time-nuts,
> > I'm looking for a User Manual or Service Manual for the
> Oscilloquartz OSA
> > 3210 cesium standard. So far my search has turned up nothing.
> TVB as a
> > User Manual for the OSA3200, which I assume is an earlier (though
> > model).
> > The cesium unit is an OSA 3000 and any documentation on it would be a
> > start. The unit that I have has an 8612 oscillator in it.
> > Electronic copies would be great, but I'm always willing to pay
> > shipping/copy costs for hardcopy.
> > Thanks in advance.
> > Regards,
> > Skip Withrow
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