[volt-nuts] Noritake VFD for Solartron 7071 or 7081?
FabioEb at quipo.it
Fri Apr 13 17:44:53 UTC 2012
Hello, 7075 uses sperry/beckman 353/354 panaplex displays.
My 7061 manual reports FG209M as part number for display,
I have read somewhere that 7061/71/81 uses the same
vfd but don't remember where.
m k ,if i musunderstood you, sorry :)
m k <m1k3k1 at hotmail.com> ha scritto:
> Hi Dave,
> If that is true, then I might have a spare coming up sometime, as I
> have three dead 7075's to fix, one with a badly bent case, as well
> as a 7071 to repair. That one is actually quite hopeful.The first
> power up I got the waiting @ F message, reclipped all the push on
> connections and got to resume, then -12.566xxx Volts out. All the
> 7075's dont seem to come to anything sensible yet, so they have to
> I am in the south of the UK. but any address exchange would be off list.
>> Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2012 09:50:28 -0400
>> From: wje at quackers.net
>> To: volt-nuts at febo.com
>> Subject: Re: [volt-nuts] Noritake VFD for Solartron 7071 or 7081?
>> I ordered a replacement for mine directly from Noritake US, it was
>> something on the order of $50.
>> The part number wasn't exactly the same, but the part was. This was
>> about 4 years ago, and I've heard they've discontinued the part, but I
>> haven't confirmed that. It would be worth checking with your local
>> Noritake rep. The part number I have is: FG209C2
>> Also, if I remember correctly, they used the same vfd across the 70xx
>> line, so if you can find a cheap, dead one you can probably use the vfd
>> from it. Don't take this as gospel, though, it's been a while since I
>> researched this.
>> Bill Ezell
>> They said 'Windows or better'
>> so I used Linux.
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