[EMS Discuss] VHF Oscillator - do we have power cord?
Wed Aug 7 23:25:36 PDT 2013
Thanks! I'll poke around upstairs a bit more, then if needs must, see
about ordering a couple…
On Wed, Aug 7, 2013 at 9:49 PM, Bob Miller <EMAIL HIDDEN> wrote:
> I asked around. Here are two answers.
> From EMAIL HIDDEN:
>> > The oscillator is an HP 3200B.
>> http://www.sphere.bc.ca/test/wallwarts.html (scroll down until
>> you hit "OLD STYLE HP POWER CORDS-FINALLY BACK IN STOCK!").
>> Dave Eckhardt
> From Jim Thompson <EMAIL HIDDEN>:
>> Best copy of the service and operation manual for your (hacker space's)
>> 3200B attached.
>> The connector is a 1251-0148. (Part 204, page 6-1).
>> There is one for sale here:
>> You, of course, want the power cord. Which is HP Part # 8120-0078 (see
>> page 6-3)
>> The same connector and power cord were used on the HP 9100B calculator.
>> There appear to be some for sale at the following URLs:
>> or you might contact the ebay seller above.
> On Tue, Aug 6, 2013 at 10:13 PM, Mr. Clif <EMAIL HIDDEN> wrote:
>> Hi Taper,
>> that probably came from California, and I'm pretty sure it used to have a
>> power cord. Though if it's gone then we have to make a new one I guess.
>> Taper Wickel wrote:
>>> On the shelf above the soldering station is an HP VHF Oscillator -- but
>>> not, apparently, its power cord. I was hoping to use the thing to align
>>> old multiband receiver I have (a Radio Shack DX-160), but didn't get far
>>> without power. Does anyone know where the cord is, or have a power cable
>>> for an HP device old enough to not use the term 'Hertz'?
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