[time-nuts] Source for DC power connector on HP 5061 and 5065?

John Ackermann N8UR jra at febo.com
Fri Apr 6 19:19:21 EDT 2007


Thanks, Dan!  The $15 each from Digi-key is reasonable enough (for me,
anyway) so I just finished ordering from them.

Purpose of the project, by the way, is to put my 5061A and 5065A on a
couple of 100 amp hour gel cells (in series) for backup power.

John
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Dan Rae said the following on 04/06/2007 06:47 PM:
> John Ackermann N8UR wrote:
> 
>> Subject line says it all... I'm looking for the DC input power connector
>> used on the HP 5065A Rb and 5061A Cs standards.  Finding the
>> manufacturer/part number would be great; a source would even be better
>> (a source giving them away for free would be best, but I won't insist on
>> that :-) ).
>>  
>>
> There's a guy called William Perry who supplies all sorts of Military 
> style connectors, at a reasonable price.  He does not have a web 
> presence,  and I don't have his phone number, but I'm sure google will 
> find him...
> Yes:
> 
>> William Perry Co in 702 (Rear) Beechwood Rd, Louisville, KY, 40207 
>> (502) 893-8724, FAX (502) 893-9220 Eastern Time - Connectors:Amphenol, 
>> Bendix, Cannon, ...
> 
> 
>  If Digikey is too steep.
> 73
> Dan
> ac6ao
> 
> 
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