[time-nuts] Looking for info on Trimble 16634-10

Bill Hawkins bill.iaxs at pobox.com
Sat May 20 01:33:52 EDT 2017

FWIW, that looks like aviation equipment (gov't or civil), with a
locking connector.

That stuff is designed for minimum size and weight. You might find the
inside of the box quite cramped.

Buying aviation parts is even more expensive than buying boat parts.

Bill Hawkins

-----Original Message-----
From: time-nuts on behalf Of Bob Bownes
Sent: Friday, May 19, 2017 10:48 PM

Pretty sure that connector is an off the shelf Amphenol part. If you
can't find it, however, you can replace it with an off the shelf one
that will fit in the same hole. (If your lucky, you can even re-use the

The replacement will run you about $30-40 for the pair, chassis and
plug. Check Mouser, etc. 

> On May 19, 2017, at 23:21, Bob kb8tq <kb8tq at n1k.org> wrote:
> The mating side of that 22 pin connector isn't going to be cheap. It 
> looks like something out of their government systems group back in the
late 90's. If it is, you may have a hard time getting info on it.
> I'd pop it open and see what's inside. At least that will give you an 
> idea if it's 20 years old or 5 years old. Knowing the era should help
in the search for information.
> Bob
>> On May 19, 2017, at 10:21 PM, Scott Armstrong <aa5am at vntx.net> wrote:
>> I acquired a Trimble 16634-10 receiver. A search of the web has 
>> turned up nothing so far.
>> The unit is in a steel box built like a tank. SMA connector for 
>> antenna input and a 22 pin circular connector for the I/O and power

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