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'[AD] Transformers, Relays, and Chokes'
2004\10\14@164201 by Mike Hord

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I cleaned out a cabinet today, and now have a pile of
approximately 40-50 assorted parts in this family.

Some of them are quite large (~8-10kg, perhaps), some
kind of small, but none would ever qualify as PCB mount.

I plan to use one or possibly two.  Some of these are
still in their boxes, but I'd never call them "brand new",
since they were in a cabinet which hadn't been opened in
many years, and most of these very likely have been in it
for 20 years or more.  At least.

So, if anyone wants relays or transformers, let me know.
I have a few extra, and if you can come get it, or will pay
shipping, you can have them.  Otherwise, they'll go into
the trash.  Soon.

Mike H.

PS- I haven't had a chance to check these out, but if you
need something, let me know.
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2004\10\14@171128 by Denny Esterline

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Come and get it- Come where?

-Denny


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2004\10\14@174113 by Mike Hord

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> Come and get it- Come where?
>
> -Denny

Sorry- I realized that too late...

Central Iowa, Ames (30 mi N of Des Moines).

I also get up to the Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St. Paul,
Minnesota) fairly often, so I could arrange a meeting
there.

I would estimate that I have close to 50 kg of material
here.

Mike H.
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2004\10\15@104451 by Support - KF4HAZ

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Hmmm, I have a 750AH battery bank that could use a really heavy charging circuit.
Wonder if the shipping on something as heavy as a ~60 Amp transformer and a couple of Henry chokes would be more that the cost of using a newer approach.

KF4HAZ - Lonnie

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2004\10\15@150810 by Mike Hord

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I don't know.  I have chokes aplenty, though, mostly 1H.  Most of these
transformers don't have ratings or labels on them, but I could guess that
the biggest one or two might approach 60 Amp capacity.

One things for certain- insufficient surface area for stamps!

Mike H.

On Fri, 15 Oct 2004 09:45:11 -0500, Falcon Wireless Tech Support -
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