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Re: : Re: [eddystone_radio_users] New file uploaded to eddystone_rad

Yes Gerry, I agree they are just a guide and its not just Eddystones that applies to! Best regards Ray To: eddystone_radio_users@... From:
Ray Farrar
29 Mar
#3849
 
3848

Re: : Re: [eddystone_radio_users] New file uploaded to eddystone_ra

Thanks for doing this Ray – I had them penciled on the schematic (your version looks a lot better!). I have found that there is quite a bit of variation to
Gerry O'Hara
29 Mar
#3848
 
3847

New file uploaded to eddystone_radio_users

Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the eddystone_radio_users group. File :
eddystone_radio_users@...
27 Mar
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3846

: Re: [eddystone_radio_users] New file uploaded to eddystone_radio_

Hi Lou, Thanks for that, hope its useful and a bit clearer than some of the ones around. The voltages are straight out of the 830 manual. I find it useful to
ray.farrar
27 Mar
#3846
 
3845

Re: New file uploaded to eddystone_radio_users

Hi Ray, An excellent addition to the collection. What is the sensitivity of the meter that you used to make these measurements? Regards Lou VK3ALB
Lou Blasco
26 Mar
#3845
 
3844

New file uploaded to eddystone_radio_users

Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the eddystone_radio_users group. File :
eddystone_radio_users@...
26 Mar
#3844
 
3843

: RE: [eddystone_radio_users] 1926 electric radiator - off topic of

Many thanks for the replies, Hugh, Ivor and Anson.. Yes, the radiator is one where the coils are recessed in the fireclay (?) backing, Hugh. The wires had
gw4ryk_2000
16 Mar
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3842

: RE: [eddystone_radio_users] Re:: 830/7 for sale on ebay

Many thanks Gerry - always appreciate feedback from the master! I was captured by Eddystone when I saw an EA12 for the first time back in the sixties - that
ray.farrar
16 Mar
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3841

Re: 1926 electric radiator - off topic of course !

Morning Anthony You could perhaps have a look at the internals of a scrapped modern convector or fan heater for usable elements. Many years ago I had some
    Bravo
    16 Mar
    #3841
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    3840

    Re: 1926 electric radiator - off topic of course !

    Hi Anthony, It sounds from your description like the elements are double wound. The type of wire used to be nichrome (resistance wire) which you can probably
    Ivor Martindale
    16 Mar
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    3839

    Re: 1926 electric radiator - off topic of course !

    If it's the type where the coiled element is recessed in the white insulating backing, then the wire is nichrome. Where you might get some of the right gauge,
    Hugh O'Neill
    15 Mar
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    3838

    1926 electric radiator - off topic of course !

    I'm just bringing back to life a rather attractive vintage 2 element electric radiator, chosen at the shop by my mother aged 6 (now 94) in 1926 ! Whilst one
    gw4ryk_2000
    15 Mar
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    3837

    Re: : 830/7 for sale on ebay

    Nice video of the radio! (and looks a nice example). I just finished refurbing an 830/2 belonging to a friend here in Vancouver. Very nice set – appears it
    Gerry O'Hara
    15 Mar
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    3836

    : 830/7 for sale on ebay

    Oh my. I searched high and low to no avail. Of course expecting it to be on ebay UK, I looked there first with negative result. It makes one wonder how many
    n0dbx
    15 Mar
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    3835

    : 830/7 for sale on ebay

    Yes that's the one. I should have said it is listed on ebay UK as this is an international forum, but if you search for "Eddystone 830" on ebay.co.uk there is
    ray.farrar
    15 Mar
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