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'[EE]: [AD]: UL Chargers'
2001\02\08@095534 by tcrist

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It has come to my attention that my company has a surplus of "gently used"
chargers.  We cannot resell these chargers as new therefore we are
accumulating a stockpile.  I was asked if I knew anyone interested in these
chargers.  They are currently stored in boxes of anywhere from 40 to 150
chargers per box.  Here are the flavors:

6V DC, 200ma, Bayonet style plug, Class 2 transformer, 120V, 60Hz
18V DC, 200ma, Bayonet style plug, Class 2 Transformer, 120V, 60Hz
7.5V DC, 500ma, custom SIP plug, Class 2 transformer, 120V, 60Hz

Right now we have between 30K and 40K of these chargers and are interested
in giving them to anyone who is interested for the price of shipping.  I am
not interested in dividing them up into anything less than 100's.  Email me
if you have interest.  Let me know which chargers you would be interested
in, and how you would like to arrange shipment.

Happy Charging,


Tim Crist
Tri-tronics

PS.  Did I mention that these chargers are perfect for small PIC projects?

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2001\02\08@173557 by tcrist

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OK,  here's the skinny:

I've never heard them called wall warts before, but yes, I suppose that's
what they are.  We are located in Tucson, AZ.  You can calculate your
shipping from Tucson.  I had a box weighed, and it came in at 56 lbs.  This
would cost $31.50 to send to Maine for instance via UPS.  We will ship UPS
unless you make other arrangements.  The charger count was 126 units in the
measured box.  Your mileage will vary, although this is probably still a
good estimate.  The chargers are sorted by type in different boxes.

My Operations people say that we will ship them to your address, and bill
you the applicable shipping costs.

Let me know what you want, and I'll take it from there.

Tim Crist
Tri-tronics
520-290-6000 ext. 324

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2001\02\08@180335 by David VanHorn

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At 03:34 PM 2/8/01 -0700, Tim Crist wrote:
>OK,  here's the skinny:
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>I've never heard them called wall warts before

Wall Warts, or Pregnant Snakes. :)

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2001\02\08@181404 by tcrist

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Okay,

       Here's some new info:  All the 18V and 7.5V chargers have been spoken for.
However, we still have a ton (probably litterally) of 6V chargers.  Thanks
to hcooper, I have been shamed into finding a data sheet.  It is in dxf
format and available on request.

Thanks,

Tim

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