THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE OFFERED BY THE RICHMOND AMATEUR RADIO CLUB

The items shown on this page are still available. If you are interested in something, please make an offer and we will get back to you.

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ITEMS OFFERED FOR SALE (AUCTION ROUND 1)
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VACUUM TUBES

This is a large assortment of vacuum tubes donated to the club. Each tube has been tested on an Emission type tube checker for quality operation or shorts.

Many of these tubes were used in vintage ham receivers and transmitters, so if you need tubes for that vintage piece of equipment, here is your chance to get what you need at below EBAY and European dealer prices.

Tubes will be sold individually, or else you can make an offer on the entire collection.

For a complete listing and quantity of tubes in stock,

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ICOM 745 General Coverage Receiver. Unit recently tested and needs some repair. See note on front.
     
  ICOM IC-R71A RECEIVER WITH MANUAL
     
 
Kenwood TS820 HF Transceiver.
     
    HEATHKIT HW-2 transceiver with power supply.. needs some repair.
     
Koss Stereo headphones
Shows some usage and one cushion appears to have lost some fluid.
     
NANO computer in box
This is a NANO computer in a matching box. Memory card and power supply is not included.
     
20 MHZ dual trace scope
PROTEC Model 6502, comes with some probes.
     
Victor Frequency Counter Model V-2000
Excellent physical condition. 10Hz to 2.4GHZ.
     
Heathlit Mono Headphones
Heathkit mono headphones with separate controls for each ear.
     
     
Modified Arc-5 Transmitter
This is a heavily modified 7-9Mhz Arc-5 transmitter from a ham's estate. The two 1625s are still in the sockets. Possibly was modified for use as an external power amp. No dynamotor.
     
Function-sweep generator
Function/sweep generator solid-state. Appears to be in excellent condition.
     
Vintage QST Magazines
Six complete years of QST in ARRL binders. Includes all issues from 1925, '27, '28, '29, '30, and '31. All issues are there and appear to be in good physical condition for their age.
     
Zenith Trans-Oceanic Radio
This is an early solid-state Trans-Oceanic. Has plug-in transistors on metal chassis with some pc boards. Fair condition with broken dial cord and dragging main tuning capacitor. The case shows wear and age.
     
MFJ 12 volt power distributor
12 volt power unit with meter. Appears to be in good physical condition.
     
Radio Shack "Realistic" sound channel synth. 4 channel audio synthezizer.
     
     
Archer antenna rotor control No rotor motor unit, control only.
     
Micronta FET Volt Ohm Meter
Comes with manual but no test leads provided.
     
Radio Shack 20-40 watt soldering iron and control
 
     
Maxon Radar Detector NOTE: This device is illegal for use in vehicles in the Commonwealth of VA. Sold for parts or ham radio experimentation only.