[time-nuts] Stuff for free and for sale
iwernewook at gmail.com
Sun May 11 23:45:05 EDT 2014
On 5/11/2014 10:31 PM, Joseph Gray wrote:
I'd love to have the dead Fluke 8842 and would be happy to pay any
> I'm posting this to both the Time Nuts and Volt Nuts list, as some
> folks don't belong to both.
> I need to get rid of some items. It has gotten so cluttered around
> here that I can hardly get any work done.
> Several items are free for the cost of postage. These items are marked
> (postage). The rest of the items are to go for whatever is offered,
> plus postage. All items working, unless stated otherwise. On the loose
> parts and boards, who knows.
> Six circuit boards from a trashed Fluke 839A. (postage)
> Three standard dry cells that are no longer any good. (postage)
> Two Narda Model 491 power monitors. One marked "bad", the other marked
> "drifts". (postage)
> Fluke 8842A multimeter w/ GPIB. Non-working. (postage)
> Circuit board from a Keithly 191 multimeter. Has an LM399H and other
> goodies on it. (postage)
> Advantec PCM-5820 PC-104 computer:
> Soekris net4501 in a box (has Monowall on CF):
> Leeds and Northrup four decade resistance in wooden box.
> General Radio four decade resistance in wooden box.
> General Radio four decade resistance in metal box. Broken plastic at
> base of one terminal.
> Eico five decade resistance in metal box.
> General Resistance Dial-A-Vider seven decade resistance in rack-mount box
> Fluke 510A AC reference standard. Has original NiCad pack, but I
> removed it to prevent corrosion.
> Fluke A90 current shunt. One terminal has cracked plastic outer piece
> Keithley 197 5-1/2 digit microvolt DMM.
> Bio-Rad Power Pac 300. Front panel programmable voltage and current
> (10-300 VDC in 1 V steps, 4-400 mA in 1 mA steps). Originally used for
> HP 59501B isolated DAC / Power supply programmer.
> I may have more items later, as I continue to shovel out the closets
> and the garage.
> Joe Gray
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