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Ad Number:1413986
Date Placed:12/06/18
Name:David Johnson
Phone Number:e-mail only
Callsign:N0EME
Category:AMPVHF
Heading:1.5KW Larcan Project with Extras
Ad Message:This is a project that I started but never finished. The amp has all the electronic components removed and installed to convert it to 2 meters. One FET pulls more than 500mA (bias) so the FET is either defective or I made a mistake in the modification of that section. Shown in the pictures is what I have gathered up to complete the conversion. They are: Meanwell PSU's for relays, a large Dowkey relay for rf switching, a spare OEM Larcan FET, HP blade server 2950W PSU, cooling fans on heatsink side of board, Meanwell PSU's for cooling fans, a large cabinet/drawer to mount the amp in, and a copy of the modification instructions. This has been a considerable investment in time and money. I am 66 years old and recovering from a serious operation and no longer feel confident that I could successfully finish the project. Local pickup would be the best, but if I could get someone to fabricate a crate I guess it could be shipped. $700 or best reasonable offer + shipping. PayPal accepted

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