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Old 19th Nov 2023, 8:00 pm   #1
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Default A couple of items for RWB

First item is an MOD valve voltmeter in a rugged case.

There is a lid which screws onto the front and contains the power lead and the AC probe plus a voltage multiplier. It is in excellent and complete condition. I have not tried it out but should be an easy restoration. £10
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Old 19th Nov 2023, 8:04 pm   #2
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Next up is a Telequipment D63 oscilloscope. This has 2 dual input plugin units and is in good cosmetic condition. I have not tried this as I haven't got the mains lead for this, (and I couldn't find my "death lead"!!) though it should be easy enough to convert to IEC.

£10 and I can take to RWB.
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Old 19th Nov 2023, 8:11 pm   #3
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Next up is a Marconi type 18 signal generator in a rugged case with lid.
This is a very nice outfit, with the lid carrying all of the accessories and mains lead. I was tempted to keep it and restore it, though I have enough signal generators!
It is complete and in excellent condition other than a few dents to the lid, which does not cause any issues internally.

£10 and I can take this to RWB

This is all for the moment. Hopefully some room be made under the workbench!!

Many thanks,
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Old 20th Nov 2023, 9:05 pm   #4
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Well, I couldn't resist checking the oscilloscope. So I found my "death mains lead !!" and ran up the oscilloscope on the variac. It came up a treat and seems to be nice and bright and well focussed. The timebase and trigger seems to work ok and both of the Y amplifiers seem ok.

The case could do with a clean but it should be a nice bench oscilloscope once the mains input connector is found or changed to a normal IEC.
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Good afternoon,
The signal generator in civilian form is a Marconi CT402.

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No interest?
The signal generator and valve voltmeter are now £5 each.
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Good afternoon,
It looks like the signal generator and valve voltmeter have been provisionally claimed.

The oscilloscope is still available.
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A tenner for a working oscilloscope - that's a bargain for someone. I'm surprised it hasn't been claimed yet.
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Hello Christopher,

I would like to buy this 'scope off you if still available- I´ll be at RWB. I'm a little surprised that there hasn't been more interest, too, a 4-trace solid state device albeit I think 15MHz bandwidth- mhennessy seems to like them which strikes me as a good recommendation,

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Good afternoon,
It looks as if all of these items will find a new home soon, so this thread can be closed.
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