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spring cleaning FS: wupply txrs, supply caps, heat sinks

kjunom

Member
2004-01-05 5:16 pm
NJ
I can send pics if requested. Much look like new. Some never used. Most in at least very good shape. Ask for clarification.

If you think the pricing is too high, send me comparative info, or make me an offer, or do both.
If you think the pricing is too low and you want it, act quick because I will sell it at the listed price to the first buyer.

I pack very well (usually at least double boxed and always packed so things don't move around. I shipped a pair of 15" JBL speakers across the US without a problem.) so the packing weight isn't always that light.

Transformers:

[email protected] marked PT-18U
2 1/4" H x 2 5/8" W x 2 3/4" D across bell ends
bronze colored
w/124.5VRMS primary
red secondary is 38.1VRMS (w/ black CT)
blue & orange secondary is 9.84VRMS (w/yellow 1.5VRMS tap)
one has a dented bell end, (works fine) making it probably the worst condition item
presently connected as 50/100/150V supply w/3x15000uF/50V Sprague Powerlytic 36D
[email protected] or make offer on supply

[email protected] marked 606-10-327
3 1/2 H x 3 3/4 W x 3 3/8 D across bell ends
4 1/2 lbs
black colored, cloth wires
w/124.5VRMS paralleled primary
red secondary is 62.7VRMS (w/yellow CT)
three are presently connected as 75/150/225V supply when used w/variac otherwise it would be about
83/166/249V
[email protected] or make offer on supply

[email protected] marked P7717/606236
4 1/8" H x 3 7/16 W x 4 1/2" D
black w/ wires exit from middle of one bell end
cloth covered wire
probably about 7 lbs.
122VAC primary yields 13.8VAC (w/smaller wire CT)
the secondary wires are heavy gauge
need lots of filament current? this should do it.
really pretty, as far as transformers go
$25

[email protected] marked P9416/606506
4 1/8" H x 3 7/16 W x 4 1/2" D
black w/ wires exit from middle of one bell end
probably about 7 lbs.
122VAC primary yields 13.2VAC (w/smaller wire CT)
the secondary wires are heavy gauge
need lots of filament current? this should do it.
really pretty, as far as transformers go
$25

Capacitors:
[email protected] Cornell Dubilier Type DCM
4 1/8" H x 3"D
25000uF/75VDC
[email protected]

[email protected] Sprague Powerlytic Type 36DY
2 1/8" H x 2 1/2" D
15000uF/75VDC
[email protected]

Heat Sinks:

Heat Sink #1
16 5/8" L x 4 3/4" W x 1 1/4" H
black anodized
10 fins on top, 8 fins on bottom
drilled for [email protected] TO3
goes w/ 10 transistors (MJ4502, MJ802, 2N3716, MJ2955, 7-4503, 2N3715) unless requested otherwise
has 12 TO3 sockets with screws
$30

Heat Sink #2
8 3/4" L x 3 1/2" W x 2" H
aluminum
19 fins
some mounting holes
$10


Heat Sink #3
[email protected]
bronze anodized
13" L x 4 1/2" W x 1" H
10 fins each side
4 TO3 mounting holes
[email protected]

Heat Sink #4
5" L x 4 3/8" W x 1 1/4" H
aluminum
1" high fins, 14 fins
1/2" mill thru center 12 fins
no holes
somewhat heavy since the base is 1/4" thick
$10

Heat Sink #5
[email protected]
10 3/4" L x 4 13/16" W x 1 7/16" H
1" fins, 15 fins
3 threaded brass inserts on each end
no holes
really pretty, as far as heat sinks go
$40 @

Heat Sinks #6
box of small heat sinks, from TO3 on down
box size 8" x 5 1/4" x 5 1/2"
make an offer

Heat Sinks #7
TO3 heat sinks
2 aluminum, 3 black
each about 5" L x 1 3/8" H x 1 1/4" H
each about 10 fins @ side
$5 @