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KlaudioJames 9th November 2012 06:49 PM

Help Identify? The Daven Company
 
Hello,

I've recently acquired a "Daven Co." attenuator. Now I've noticed there are a lot of people on these forums that really know these old parts.

What is/was this used for? Is it worth anything? Since the "ORDER NO" is on the part, it was likely designed for a specific customer. There's not much information searching via google. I've come to the conclusion it was used in the army for something.

Any ideas?

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http://i1299.photobucket.com/albums/...3/P1010004.jpg
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Joe Roberts 9th November 2012 07:03 PM

It is a 600 ohm attenuator. Test gear accessory, basically.

KlaudioJames 9th November 2012 08:24 PM

Joe, thanks for the reply.

Does this thing have any value?

kevinkr 9th November 2012 08:27 PM

Yes, in this case as test equipment. Put it on eBay. Daven rotary stepped attenuators are well regarded.

Joe Roberts 9th November 2012 08:51 PM

It depends....that particular unit seems to have a narrow range. Looks like it might do 0-30dB.

It was used to test military field telephones in an earlier life.

I would say it is somewhat salable but don't expect to retire on it!

Enzo 9th November 2012 10:11 PM

Attenuators TS-402/U and TS-402A/U. - Google Books

If you are interested.

KlaudioJames 12th November 2012 05:06 PM

Cool, thanks so much guys.


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