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Old 14th April 2006, 11:23 PM   #1
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Ok, its time to clear out some space and make some $$$ to fund my DIY project. I have a large lot of transformers for sale. Willing to accept reasonable offers for these as i have no idea what there worth. Email me with the item you want and how much your willing to pay and i will most likely accept your offer. all must go!


Trafo #1
Brand new never opened box:
Thordarson 26R50
Sec-1: 279-0-279 @ 265ma
Sec-2: 6.3V @ 7.1a
Sec-3: 5V @ 5a
Sec-4: 6.3V @ 0.9a
Sec-5: 6.3V @ 1.2a

Trafo #2
Sec-1: 60-0-60v
Sec-2: 7.5V
Sec-3: 35V

Trafo #3 (Big!)
Sec-1: 22.5-0-22.5V Unknown current. LOTS!

Trafo #4 (Big!)
sec-1: 37.5-0-37.5V Unknown current. LOTS!

Trafo #5
Sec-1: 30-0-30V
Sec-2: 8V

Trafo #6
Sec-1: 30V
Sec-2: 13V

Trafo #7
Ac Step Up Trafo
110/115/120 to 220/230/240 or 440/460/480

Trafo #8
Sec-1: 33-0-33V @ 2.8A

Trafo #9 (BIG BIG DADDY!)
Chicago Transformer Military Type
Pri: 115V
Sec-1: 550-0-550 @ 250ma
Sec-2: 400V @ 0.30a
Sec-3: 5V @ 2a
Sec-4: 6.3V @ 3.5a
Sec-5: 6.3V @ 0.6a
Sec-6: 6.3V @ 10a

Trafo #10 (I have a Pair of these!)
Unsure of the voltage, will find out more info 1000va


Meters:

Meter #1
5 Milliamp DC Direct read. New, round

Meter #2
50 Mill amp Picker X-Ray Rect.

Meter #3
Cool Bench Type Old Weston
15/150 Mill Dual Scale DC

Meter #4
1 Mill DC Center Read

Meter #5
2/5/10 Center Read Tuning Meter
Has marking below Bezel ES=100ua

Meter #6
Weston M-2460 Series Digital
100MV Single Ended.
110VAC Line Powered.
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Old 14th April 2006, 11:25 PM   #2
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meter #6- Nixie tube display? I've got something similiar(looking) and don't know what to do with it.
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meter #6- Nixie tube display? I've got something similiar(looking) and don't know what to do with it.
It's not Nixie Tubes, its LED's but close enough!

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Old 15th April 2006, 07:19 AM   #5
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I am probably interested in transformer 1 and possibly transformer 9 depending on shipping. Would you please email me a shipping estimate for those transformers? My zip code is 04345.

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Angry trafo's FS

no way to email; check settings, maybe off?
xfrmr #3, both#10,meter #3
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Old 15th April 2006, 02:08 PM   #7
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I Have Email working now....


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Originally posted by RancidAltoid
I am probably interested in transformer 1 and possibly transformer 9 depending on shipping. Would you please email me a shipping estimate for those transformers? My zip code is 04345.

-RancidAltoid
webmaster(at)scriptpile(dot)com

Transformer #1 weighs 25lbs and transformer #2 weighs 12lbs.

Fedex Ground Shipping is the cheapest way to go. Calculating a 37lb box from 55439 to 04345 = $26.07 shipping. Thats not bad! Ups would most likley be $5-10 higher!


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no way to email; check settings, maybe off?
xfrmr #3, both#10,meter #3
KLM1 Let me know your zip and i will get you a shipping price. I wont have info on Trafo #10's until monday when i can reach the factory. These were for a friends Switchmode Power amp project so im not sure what the voltages are yet.
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