Re: General Radio 874 Connector, inner conductor "bendies"


Roy Thistle
 

On Sat, Aug 17, 2019 at 08:56 AM, Dale H. Cook wrote:


probably because they are AF, or RF units?
I found a 1001A that I though had a BNC output connector; but, it was an 874 to BNC adapter, inserted into the front panel 874.
I have some GR units, mostly older than 1950, mostly audio, 600 ohm stuff, I guess... mostly in wooden cabinets, so old I guess too... like a 546-C, with binding posts. (sometimes seen referred to 546-0, because of the front panel stenciling?).
Anyway, even though I have, and have run across GR stuff... my introduction to the 874 was on Tek stuff (like pulse gens, sample heads, and 7000 plugins)… which I was not interested in, at the time... so just made a note of that odd looking connector, on the front panel.
I guess that was just the peculiarity of my situation... which led me to think it was an old Tek connector, when it was really GR!
Best regards and wishes all.
Roy

Join TekScopes@groups.io to automatically receive all group messages.