[time-nuts] Still looking for a schematic drawing for Oscilloquartz 8600-3 (945.860.011.03 S/N 422)
paulswedb at gmail.com
Thu Oct 25 14:24:42 EDT 2018
I have no details. But perhaps off list we could reverse engineer it.
Simply a suggestion. Especially since you have it open.
On Thu, Oct 25, 2018 at 2:15 PM Bob kb8tq <kb8tq at n1k.org> wrote:
> Even with an “account”, most oscillator companies will not supply internal
> details on their product. That’s in part
> to protect their IP. It also reflects the complexity of tracing back to
> exactly what doc’s apply to an older unit. The
> normal drill is for you to send it back and they take a look at it. They
> then quote a repair charge and you either
> go ahead with it or have them send it back.
> > On Oct 25, 2018, at 1:56 PM, Ulf Kylenfall via time-nuts <
> time-nuts at lists.febo.com> wrote:
> > Many monts ago I approached the list regarding an Oscilloquartz
> 8600-3(945.860.011.03 s/n 422) 5 MHz Ovenized Crystal Oscillator. It had
> aged and was 1 Hz off and couldnot be braught back to 5.000.000 MHz.
> > Since I did not have "an account" with Oscilloquartz or what they are
> calledtoday, I was not able to get any help from them.
> > There was one answer off the list from someone who could possibly
> helpbut that person either forgot or did not have any relevant
> informationto share.
> > A box with the dismantled unit has been laying on my shelf for months
> and I am therefore asking again. If there is no information about thisunit
> available I will scrap it. I do not know of any other forumto ask.
> > Best Regards
> > Ulf KylenfallSM6GXV
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