|VINTAGE PARTS ..in a format like EBAY for your shopping (and
just browsing) pleasure. --22 JAN 2014. -- I'm just trying this as an
experiment to see how it works ---------my email link
|This is page 7 of this "ebay style" of electronic
components. (23 June 2014)
(older vintage and hard to get electronics will be
displayed here (primarily)..
--if you want to see something listed..email me
and I will get to it fast!
|Here's a blast from the past. Epitek Modules.
I used to hear about these when I was at
Algonquin College in my 2 year Electronics
Engineering Technician Class.
I pulled this one from a circuit lashup that I bought
at a ham radio flea market.
I often buy parts and stash them away. I gather
data sheets and present them on my web pages.
I ALSO SELL THE ODD PART HERE AND THERE TO
HELP FUND THE HOBBY!
|I have about 60 or so of these metal can transistors pictured above. The previous owner had painted the top of the can and marked some
measurement number IE 502 in one case-- (not sure what that could indicate..leakage??)
These cross over to NTE102 in my old Sylvania ECG book. which is a PNP Germanium transistor ..good up to about 25 mhz.
--->> IT looks as if these were worked on and measured somehow..so they might be of value to some of the guitar amp people or the vintage
transistor people. INFORMATION WOULD BE APPRECIATED. I would/will sell them if offered or will trade for parts ect.
|Kelvin EP-26 and perhaps other similar items. I
have not gone through all these older resistors.
Some are listed on ebay and these may be non
inductively wound precision resistors. Stored
currently in a large plastic drawer and not entirely
catalogued or documented.
|I have maybe a hundred or so of
these. New old stock. 1974 on the
box. 60 cents each for tinkerers or
I have maybe 100 or so avail.
Small orders welcome and this is
really what I do.
I send out small orders in a
padded envelope.. postage is
about $2 in Canada, $4 USA and
about $6.50 overseas.
|1N1124A metal diode .. Bendix USN I assumes stands for U.S. Navy. Bendix did do work/components for the Military. I
can remember their drawings and data from my time with Nato Cataloguing with the Canadian Defence Dept as a
Pretty good parts. Anyways..Im open to offers.. almost a shame to use them actually! Complete mtg hardware
included. STORED IN SHOE BOX LABELLED ... OWEN.
|RC SERIES CARBON COMPOSITION 2 WATT RESISTORS.. THESE ONES I GOT RECENTLY AT A HAM RADIO FLEA MARKET.
Good old quality parts for older radio restorations or building projects.
|SPRAGUE (Vishay has taken over this line I believe). I have
data sheet (look under 150D).. 15 uf - 35VDC New Old STock.
-- qty 8 currently in an ebay listing (Sept 11-14) - I have 16
total..binned right now in an ebay bin.
I measured ESR of a few of these and they measured .47 to
.56 ohms - capacitance was generally above 15 uf by one or
150D TANTALUM or
15uf 35v old stock
bagged and stored.
|Dale NH Series (some are used
pulls). I will sell at $4 each.
Surplus Sales of Nebraska sells
them for $19 each (new).
Also DAVEN RESISTORS on this
All these stored in an M and M
AS PER THE PICTURES.. I
have these 5 on ebay right
now. Hard to say if anyone
will be interested in these
parts. They might date back
to the 1950s.
These 5 are .66 ohm at .1 pct
tolerance - quite a close
I think they are wire wound.
471-P - .66 ohm .1 pct
KELVIN 6448 (maybe this is a
date lot code??) (1964??)
or perhaps a part number.
Iam listing them at $10 with
FREE SHIPPING and see if
I have some other KELVIN
RESISTORS. Quite a few
actually. Pale Red color like
these ones but they are
almost all axial leads and
IF any interest..I will take
more photos and list them.
Right now they are all
stashed away in a large
plastic drawer till I get to
|I looked these up on the FLIS lookup.
They have NSNs- I have the data stored on my
computer in directory 00000
I dont think I want to sell these. They are for
the aircraft industry. (Dont want them to fall
into the wrong hands).
IN BIN ELD MORE with a paper that has the
data written down on it.
These are little AF transformers. I might end
up using them in a circuit of my own.