[time-nuts] Double ovened 10811-60158 on ebay
ed_palmer at sasktel.net
Sat Jul 19 22:00:45 EDT 2008
I picked up a couple of these 'naked' oscillators. I was surprised to
hear that you stripped yours down. I'm planning to build it back up to
its former glory with a controller for the outer oven and a new cover of
some sort. Is there any reason not to do that?
> Date: Sat, 19 Jul 2008 17:33:07 -0400
> From: wje <wje at quackers.net>
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> I got one without the outer cover, which isn't quite as useful. I
> removed all the junk to get down to the orginal non-double-ovened osc.
> One thing I noticed - I wonder where these were actually deployed? The
> 10811B itself has a fair amount of corrosion on it, lots of pitting. It
> still works fine, though.
> Another thing, the 10811B in mine doesn't have a removable endplate,
> it's soldered. This makes it a lot more difficult to adjust or repair.
> Still, I think it's a fine buy for the cost. Now all I have to do is
> figure out what I really want to do with it. :)
> Bill Ezell
> They said 'Windows or better'
> so I used Linux
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