[volt-nuts] Need Fluke 332B PCB contacts
dgminala at mediacombb.net
Sat Oct 14 11:29:51 EDT 2017
I haven't found a stocking source for the contacts. Elco/AVX requires an
order of at leasst 5000 units before they will tool up for a run. I looked
extensively for some of these contacts at our local hamfest a few weeks ago,
but came up empty.
One of the forum members (from Australia) saw my post and sent me a salvaged
contact strip having about 20 of the contacts. The strip was in good
condition, none of the contacts were damaged, and fits nicely on the new
PCB. Don't know if he has any more of the contact strips.
I haven't finished building the new chopper amp board yet (lack of time),
but I think it will work out well when I get it installed and calibrated.
Chris Farley via volt-nuts wrote:
> Hi Dave,
> Did you ever find contacts to build your board? I've uncovered some
> documentation and deciphered the part number structure, and have put
> in for multiple p/n quotes at a surplus/parts hunter company I've
> dealt with in the past. IF some of these contacts are located and
> available, the minimum order amount is typically around $100... So
> depending on unit price, this may or may not be a cost effective
> venture... Would like to hear your thoughts on this. Regards,
> Chris kc9ieq
> From: Dave M <dgminala at mediacombb.net>
> To: FEBO Volt-Nuts <volt-nuts at febo.com>; Yahoo Fluke_DMM
> <Fluke_DMM at yahoogroups.com>
> Sent: Saturday, July 29, 2017 3:18 PM
> Subject: [volt-nuts] Need Fluke 332B PCB contacts
> Does anyone have any surplus (or for sale) of the bifurcated contacts
> on the PCB assemblies in a Fluke 332B DC Voltage Standard? They're
> identified as
> ELCO/AVX Varicon Series 5208 contacts, p/n 02-016-013-5-200.
> Need at least 16 of them for an upgraded chopper amp replacement
> needed to get my 332B back in operation.
> Dave M
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