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Old 22nd March 2004, 02:54 AM   #1
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Default Western Electric transformer

I am trying to sell this monster.
This Western Electric transformer is military surplus from navy shipyard at longbeach, california with the following marking on the tranny...
trans D 175480
term volts amps max opr V to G
1-2 115 2.4 pri
4-5 1140 0.325
4 C.T. 3-5 G
You can see how large it is ( 570-0-570 C.T. )! The dimension is like 5"x6"x7". It seems like it's more than 20lbs. It's actual capacity is larger than it is rated. I wanted to keep it as my private collection, but it is to large to put into a regular amp case.
It's NOS, but the paint on the tranny is somehow flaking.
Mail me your price. I am just trying to sell, not a must go.
Have a good day,
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