[time-nuts] BTTF : Austron 1210-C Crystal Clock

paul swed paulswedb at gmail.com
Sun Jun 11 21:01:52 EDT 2017

Ebay can always be sort of silly. ah for the old days when a rusty piece of
stuff might go for a reasonable $.
But perhaps whats magical gold is the Patek Phillipe clock movement. Just a
guess.I hear they are quite annoying clunkers actually. I have never owned
one but a fellow in Europe was telling me you can really here them tick.

On Sun, Jun 11, 2017 at 8:24 PM, Gregory Beat <w9gb at icloud.com> wrote:

> BTTF : Back to the Future "moment"
> Austron was a company based in Austin, TX that manufactured crystal clocks
> for military and industry in late 1970s.  Leap Second has a series of
> photos.
> http://www.leapsecond.com/museum/au1210/
> Austron 1210-D Manual (digital model)
> Product produces 1 MHz and 5 MHz sine wave.
> http://www.to-way.com/tf/1210D.pdf
> Used Austron 1210-C appeared on eBay, auction # 282490626815
> BUT at $900 ... seller in King George, VA obviously thought he found gold.
> ** must be heat exhaustion **
> greg
> Sent from iPad Air
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