You are bidding on Yaesu FT 901DM being sold for parts I do not have a power cord to test it It looks to be complete and in good physical condition but its being sold for parts and not working Sold as is buyer to pay shipping.
$275 starting bid for the radio. Power cord is $100 if you can find one. That would be a minimum of $375 and no advance warning about what (if not everything) might not be working and unsuitable for spares… Feeling lucky, punk?
I don’t remember when I bought it but it is the recommended power supply (PDF) for the FT-7B and, by default, the FT-7. It was staring me in the face, in its Yaesu box, when I looked in the garage… Unfortunately, it uses binding posts and not a dedicated connector.
Yaesu FP 301 AC 40 Amp Power Supply
Yaesu Ham Radio Power Supply SPEAKER FP-301 AC 40 AMP
This is a 25 amp power supply (MAX), not 40 amps. The question is, who told the lie first?
It was attached to a Yaesu FT7…
- 80-10 meters
- 100 kHz Calibrator
- Receiver Offset Tuning
- Semi-break-in with sidetone
- Compact Size
- Internal VFO / Ext. VFO / Fixed (optional)
- MOS FET Receiver Front-End
- Single Knob Tuning
The Yaesu FT-7 amateur transceiver covers 80 to 10 meters in CW, LSB and USB modes. Power input is 20 watts. Operation is from 12 VDC at 3 amps. (230x80x290mm 5 kg). Shown above with included YF-846 hand mic.
I missed an FT-7B a few months ago.
Paid a little too much for this one –especially since it doesn’t have a power cord and they’re as rare as hen’s teeth.
Moe info here.
So I know I bought a power supply with a Galaxy V Mk III connected to it. I’m also at the tail end of getting a home brew supply that should run the Galaxy V I own. So how could I pass up an honest to goodness AC-35?. This one isn’t quite as pristine as the Mk III supply:
Third time’s the charm?
Okay, so what do I know? I’m still just a casual ham… You might remember back to last year when my then new puppy ate the ear cushions from my Yaesu YH-55 head phones. I went back to eBay and bought another pair.
Truth be told, there was no real damage to the hardware, just the “soft wear.” So, last week when I saw a set of Heil EP PS Pair Pro Set/Pro 5 Ear Pad on Radio Mart’s web page I bought them. Spent last night sliding them on (surprisingly simple job were it not for the carpal tunnel and neuropathy) and, voila!! My YH-55 has been restored.
“I didn’t plug it in because I’m no expert on these and I don’t want to mess anything up…”
If there was the smallest smidgeon of truth in that, procreation would have been stopped dead in its tracks.
There was a Galaxy V Mk III and a speaker attached to it.
- Galaxy V Mark 3 SSB CW Ham Radio
- Advertised 500 Watts of SSB Power! (Seller forgot to mention that’s Input Power..Typically a little less than half finds its way out onto the antenna. Still, not bad and comparable to my FTdx-560/570.)
- Thoroughly clean inside and out!
- Pots and switches cleaned with deoxit gold.
- Comes with optional Crystal Calibrator and VOX module!
- Also includes the AC-400 AC Power Supply
- Also includes the SC-35 Speaker Console
- Also includes two spare GE 6LB6 tube finals
- Systems powers up and draws 2.8 amps at 115volts (Non-Xmit)
- All dial lights work
- S-Meter works fine
- All Tubes light up as well as finals
- All internal components look great! No overheated resistors
or jiffy-pop capacitors!
- No further testing was done, I do not have a proper mic.
- Lid on the AC-400 Power supply has been repainted flat black, looks good.
Most importantly, it has a manual! At least with all the lights working I’ll be able to see if it transmits and receives.
Vintage Kem-Tron Industries Interceptor 101 Bi-Linear power Amplifier up for bid!!!!
For starters I am not knowledgeable about old electronics.
Please see photos.
The unit comes on with a light.
I have no way to test this after the light.
The body is in good shape.
It needs a clean up as it has been in a storage unit for a while.
Its a neat piece!
I find myself wanting two of these now…
I can’t even find a picture of one! Google seems to think it has something to do with a Samsung smart phone. Oi!
And probably because I’m an idiot, I can’t make heads nor tails of its power plug assignments. I thought it was supposed to be an AC/DC rig but huh?
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