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Ad Number:1622286
Date Placed:01/14/23
Name:Kirk Ellis
Phone Number:919-273-1981
Callsign:KI4RK
Category:MISC
Heading:Ten Tec Replacement Rotary Encoders $10 
Ad Message:Ten Tec TENTEC Rotary Encoders For RX-350, JUPITER, OMNI VII “RIT”, ORION I II & EAGLE “MULTI” Controls. Replacement Rotary Encoder Controls for many Ten-Tec Radios.

These are used on the Ten Tec rigs that used multi-function control knobs. They are NOT for the main tuning dials, controls with a PUSH function or concentric controls, all which use a different encoder.
Used for the Multi, AF / RF Gain, Bandwidth, PBT and other knobs on Ten Tec RX-350 & Jupiter rigs. Used for RIT on Omni VII & Multi on Eagle, Orion I & II. May work on other Ten Tec rigs that use a similar control.
BRAND NEW unused same type and brand as used by Ten Tec. $10 each plus shipping.

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