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telonics sweep generator

battyhugh
 

Hi I have a Telonics 2003 sweep generator - has anyone still got one? - or a manual. I have had it for years mouldering away in the store room. As it is dual voltage - I can run it here (but the original 3 pin plug seems unobtainable) - it's a beautiful piece of late 1960's US technology - and I'd like to get it going.
(that's what spectrum analysers are for!) - thanks and Cheers
Hugh

Glenn Little
 

On 12/15/2019 10:23 PM, battyhugh wrote:
Hi I have a Telonics 2003 sweep generator - has anyone still got one? - or a manual. I have had it for years mouldering away in the store room. As it is dual voltage - I can run it here (but the original 3 pin plug seems unobtainable) - it's a beautiful piece of late 1960's US technology - and I'd like to get it going.
(that's what spectrum analysers are for!) - thanks and Cheers
Hugh


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Dave Seiter
 

I Have a Telonics SM2000 that I've never really played with.  I might have it's manual, I don't remember.
-Dave

On Sunday, December 15, 2019, 07:24:03 PM PST, battyhugh <@Hugh> wrote:

Hi  I have a Telonics 2003 sweep generator - has anyone still got one? - or a manual. I have had it for years mouldering away in the store room. As it is dual voltage - I can run it here (but the original 3 pin plug seems unobtainable) - it's a beautiful piece of late 1960's US technology  - and I'd like to get it going.
(that's what spectrum analysers are for!) - thanks and Cheers
Hugh

battyhugh
 

Thanks for that - I'll chase up the link.

battyhugh
 

Thanks Dave - I'll try the eBay link first - where can I get the old style 3 pin plug?

Dave Seiter
 

You mean the power cord?  If so, Belden used to stock them, but probably not any more.  A lot of equipment from the sixties used them, particularly HP, and I've heard there are two different pinouts...  I always look for them at estate sales with related goods for sale.
-Dave

On Monday, December 16, 2019, 08:33:32 PM PST, battyhugh <@Hugh> wrote:

Thanks Dave - I'll try the eBay link first - where can I get the old
style 3 pin plug?