THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE OFFERED AT AUCTION BY THE RICHMOND AMATEUR RADIO CLUB

Auction closes at 12:00 Noon on Saturday 7/18/2020

AUCTION RULES:

Bids will be emailed to the RARC treasurer who will make the award to the highest bidder. All sales are final. Equipment being advertised for sale is sold "As-Is-Where-Is", and the Richmond Amateur Radio Club does not offer any warranty as to condition. All sales are cash or check, and items will be exchanged at a designated "safe zone" location such as the Chesterfield Main Public Library or other pre-arranged location. All proceeds benefit the Richmond Amateur Radio Club.

To Submit a bid, select item number below and email your bid using this link

 

ITEMS OFFERED FOR SALE (AUCTION ROUND 1)
Item ID
NAME OF ITEM OFFERED
PHOTO (click for larger view)
DESCRIPTION
       
3
Koss Stereo headphones
Shows some usage and one cushion appears to have lost some fluid.
       
4
NANO computer in box
This is a NANO computer in a matching box. Memory card and power supply is not included.
       
5
National "hot chassis" SW receiver
This is a Model 60 "Special" from the early 1960s. It is a series string tube radio.
       
6
20 MHZ dual trace scope
PROTEC Model 6502, comes with some probes.
       
7
WRL Globe Scout Transmitter
"Globe Scout" by World Radio Laboratories. 1950-60s AM-CW transmitter. As illustrated, unit is in poor physical condition but appears to be complete and unmodified. Main power toggle switch is not original.
       
8
Victor Frequency Counter Model V-2000
Excellent physical condition. 10Hz to 2.4GHZ.
       
9
Heathlit Mono Headphones
Heathkit mono headphones with separate controls for each ear.
       
       
11
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.
       
12
Function-sweep generator
Function/sweep generator solid-state. Appears to be in excellent condition.
       
13
Unknown brand-microphone Microphone from estate. Has RCA phono plug and appears to be high impedance.
       
14
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.
       
15
Radio Shack ham radio
Item is a Radio Shack model HTX-212 2 meter mobile transceiver. Appears to be in good physical condition except for frayed microphone cord. Electronics were not tested.
       
16
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.
       
17
Kenwood TH-27AT hand-held
Older Kenwood handheld with external mike. Radio has dead battery that will not maintain a charge, and appears to not have the optional sub-audible tone module installed.
When tested with an external power supply, it appears to still send and receive normally.
       
18
MFJ 12 volt power distributor
12 volt power unit with meter. Appears to be in good physical condition.
       
20
Radio Shack "Realistic" sound channel synth. 4 channel audio synthezizer.
       
21
Clegg 12 volt 20 amp power supply
This item appears to work. There is no documentation with it, and very little documentation is available on the web.
       
22
Archer antenna rotor control No rotor motor unit, control only.
       
23
 
This is an SWL active antenna. Condition is questionable as the whip is missing. It has not been tested.
       
24
MFJ Packet Controller
MFJ TNC packet controller with manuals and 5 pin DIN cable. (No power supply or software provided)
       
25
Micronta FET Volt Ohm Meter
Comes with manual but no test leads provided.
       
26
Radio Shack 20-40 watt soldering iron and control
 
       
27
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.