Estate Sale

Written by admin On August - 30 - 2019 Comments Off on Estate Sale

I am assisting a long-time ham who loves operating but isn’t able to keep using his wonderful collection of near-new and vintage equipment. Lots of assorted amateur radio and test equipment for sale. 

All items are pick-up only in Lake Country, BC (between Kelowna and Vernon). Contact Bud VA7ST at bud@va7st.ca to arrange purchase. 

Payments okay via bank e-transfer. Sorry, but there’s no mailing or shipping. 


 


Kenwood TM-D700A — $300

TM-D700A
  • Dual band VHF/UHF APRS-ready transceiver
  • Excellent condition, but no original box

Astron VS-35M variable
metered power supply — $210

Astron VS-35M
  • 35-amp heavy-duty supply
  • Variable voltage and current
  • Dual meters, not lighted
  • Excellent condition, in original box

LDG AT200ProII automatic antenna tuner — $260

LDG AT200ProII
  • Handles 250 watts SSB or CW on 1.8 – 30 MHz, and 100 watts on 54 MHz
  • Will match virtually any kind of coax-fed antenna, including Yagis, dipoles, inverted Vs, slopers and loops
  • Excellent condition, in original box

Kenwood AT-200
antenna tuner — $140

Kenwood AT-200 tuner
  • 200-watt antenna tuner
  • Will tune just about anything, from 160M through 10M
  • Excellent condition, in original box

Diamond SX-600 SWR
and power meter — $180

Diamond SX-600
  • 200 watt
  • 1.8 to 525 Mhz
  • Handles two transceivers, auto-sensing

Vibroplex iambic
standard key — $160

Vibroplex iambic standard paddles
  • Chrome mechanical on grey base
  • Red bug edition

Drake TV-3300-LP  30Mhz
low-pass filter — $30

  • Handles up to 1,000 watts

Hammarlund HQ-110 — $200

Hammarlund HQ-110
Hammarlund HQ-110 rear panel
  • Beautifully maintained vintage tube-type receiver
  • Amateur radio bands (CW/AM/SSB 160M to 6M, no WARC)
  • Excellent condition. Serial #6311.
  • BNC antenna connection.

Collectible 1930s vintage
Mac Key — $150

T.R. McElroy Mac Key
  • Designed and built by T.R. McElroy (the world’s fastest telegrapher) in the 1930s
  • This is Serial#8407.
  • Comes in a suitably vintage wooden box,
  • Will be a prized display piece in any radio room — and for the CW operator it’s a great bug!

Philips PM-3230 dual trace
10Mhz oscilloscope, $60


Heathkit PS-3 power supply
(0 to 500V, 200mA DC), $30


Eico HF-81
hi-fi audio amplifier — $50

  • Collectible, for refurbishing
  • Not working, but tubes are there
  • Yep, front panel is rough. Factored into price.
  • Has rare VU meter on lower front panel

Set of four Westinghouse 4″
KX-241 meters — $140 for set

  • 120VAC meter
  • 30 Megavars meter (glass has crack)
  • 7000/5000 RPM meter for generator or turbine power plant
  • 600V/15KV meter

Heathkit decade resistance
model IN-11, $35


Advance Instruments TC9B
50Mhz frequency counter, $70

Nixie tube display

  • Triple-input frequency counter
  • In good shape, very well made

Hewlett Packard HP 5381A
80Mhz frequency counter, $75

  • Reads up to 80Mhz
  • Top bar of third (from right) digit is out

HP Harrison 6205B dual
DC 0-40V bench power supply, $40

  • Missing HP badge (upper item in photo)
  • Lower item is sold.

Measurement Corp. (Model 82)
Standard Signal Generator , $50

  • Cosmetics are good, working condition unknown.
  • AF generator, 20 Hz to 200 kHz in four ranges
  • RF generator, 80 kHz to 50 MHz in seven ranges
  • Heavy (50 lbs.) but a beauty.

Telequipment D54
10Mhz dual trace oscilloscope, $50


Sorensen QSB-12-4
power supply, $25

  • Variable voltage, 9 to 15VDC
  • 4 amp


Simpson 373
Milliameter, $25


Stark MK-5
multimeter, $35


Hewlett Packard 410C
voltmeter, $35

Heavy-duty big easy-to-read meter!


Digital clamp meter, $15

  • Multimeter with clamp for current
  • like new in box

Digital multimeter, $20

  • DT-9208, like new, in box
  • DC/AC/resistance
  • capacitance to 20uF
  • frequency to 20khz
  • diode and transistor tester 

Panel meters, $30

  • more than a dozen various panel ammeters, voltmeters

Steel 5-drawer large office desk, FREE

  • very good condition
  • Includes 5-position (each separately switched) power block on back
  • Desk is on easy-rolling casters

Variac — 120V homebrew
with AC voltmeter, $35

120V variac
  • Use it to bring voltage up to 120V slowly when testing unknown equipment
  • Every experimenter needs one!

Contact Bud VA7ST at bud@va7st.ca to purchase any of these items. 

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