[time-nuts] PTS310 Manual
didier at cox.net
Mon May 14 21:10:21 EDT 2007
I have a few Teknet manuals already on my web site, particularly a
couple of service manuals from before they decided they were not going
to offer those for download.
I also checked their conditions and I did not see any obvious indication
they would mind.
Considering they can change their policy at any time, I think it is
appropriate to save them for future generations. I'll bet 20 years from
now people will still be fixing boat anchors, but stuff built about now
will be in the trash.
PS: I did buy a frequency counter from Teknet a couple of years ago and
they did an excellent job. The transaction and equipment were absolutely
GandalfG8 at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 14/05/2007 05:02:13 GMT Daylight Time, didier at cox.net
> Hi Nigel,
> Welcome to the list.
> You are welcome to upload your manual to my Manual web page:
> Instructions are at the top.
> Hi Didier
> Nice to see you again, and thanks for the kind welcome.
> The PTS310 manual is actually one I downloaded from Teknet, I could have
> pointed Ulrich there but it's a bit messy having to register etc.
> Their only restriction is that it shouldn't be sold so uploading it
> shouldn't be a problem, but please confirm you're happy with that.
> If you are ok with it, I've also got manuals from them for the PTS500 and
> >From a different source I've got the manual for the PTS160 and will try to
> upload that too.
> I've got printed copies of the 160 and 310 manuals anyway so that should
> cover it.
> I say "try", as I'm having problems with broadband dropping out right now,
> it's happening several times a day and could be a problem with uploads, which
> are relatively slow.
> I'll start once you confirm you're ok with hosting the Teknet manuals, and
> keep my fingers crossed my connection holds up until I've finished:-)
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