[time-nuts] Anyone have a working HP-113AR/BR Clock?
kb8tq at n1k.org
Thu Jan 4 09:09:43 EST 2018
I would second the previous comment on the 113. Every time I have seen one it
has been a really noisy device. Certainly *not* what you would want in anything
described as a “quiet lab”. Since it’s full of gears (like a Teletype) proper lubrication
and cleaning are going to be part of the process. The gotcha there will be getting
old lube out of odd places. I don’t ever remember anybody pointing to there
unit and smiling …
> On Jan 4, 2018, at 1:15 AM, Jeremy Nichols <jn6wfo at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'd like to communicate with someone who has an HP-113AR/BR Frequency Divider and Clock, especially someone who has one actually operating. Mine seems to be noisy (motor/gear noise, not 1 KHz whine) and hard to start. Having never seen one of these before getting mine, I have no idea whether mine is normal or abnormal. It would be useful to communicate, via this list or privately, with someone who has more experience. Mine is an "AR," serial 029-00156.
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