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Offline free_electron

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Still up for sale:

Note; If you absolutely MUST have it AND you live in the US : i am willing to ship but you pay shipping costs.
No international shipping (unless you have a forwarder and you take care of customs + shipping costs and all paperwork). That has proven in the past to be a logistical nightmare due to customs and required paperwork.)

LM399 - original National SEMI  10$ a piece. brand new , unused NOS. not from china ! Flat rate shipping inside USA 8$


HP/ AGILENT
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1691AD logic analyzer ( firewire port ) . Comes with a dell mini tower pc with firewire card and i will throw in a 24 inch monitor as well. : 300$. all cables, pods and grabbers included.

16900A Logic Analyzer. Comes with one plugin :16750 board i believe (68 channel 2GHZ timing, 400MHz State). 500$. complete with cables, pods , grabbers.

6632A power supply : 0..20V 0..5A 100$
6633B power supply 0..50V 0..2A : 100$

Agilent 53132A counter . no options . 2 channel only. 450$
Agilent 53131A Counter : no options 2 channel : 400$

HP 8656B Synthesized Signal Generator : 250$
HP 8904A Synthesizer : 100$

HP 10811 Oven module. Original HP : 150$. you could use this in the counter if you make the adapter board for it.

66311B : Communications supply : 200$

54620C logic analyzer with cable pods and grabbers : 150$, this is the COLOR LCD version ! not the black and white one.

E4436B 3GHz signal source. This thing is loaded with options and can generate Bluetooth and many other protocols. It is out of calibration. The output power past 2.7GHz is 4 dB too low. Otherwise it works fine. 600$

3588A Spectrum Analyser 10Hz .. 150MHz with tracking generator. Switchable 50Ohm / 1Megohm input : 800$

34901A Multiplexer board : 100$
34901A Multiplexer board : 100$
34901A Multiplexer board : 100$
34901A Multiplexer board : 100$
34907A Multiplexer board : 100$
34907A Multiplexer board : 100$

34970A Data acquisition system with DMM ! : 350$ uses above boards ( not included )

U8001A power supply 0...30V 0..3A : 250$

60504B programmable load 60V 120 Ampere. for 6051 or 6053 mainframes : 450$

KEITHLEY
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Keithley 230 Programmable voltage source : 200$
Keithley 485 Picoampere meter : 300$


Keithley 175 4 1/2 digit mulitimeter : 35$ allocated CODINGWITHETHANOL
Keithley 175 4 1/2 digit mulitimeter : 35$ allocated CODINGWITHETHANOL
Keithley 175 4 1/2 digit mulitimeter : 35$ allocated CODINGWITHETHANOL
Keithley 175 4 1/2 digit mulitimeter : 35$ allocated CODINGWITHETHANOL

Keithley 619 dual channel electrometer : 150$

TEKTRONIX
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TDS7xxx parts
- Working PC motherboard : 150$
- Working PowerPC controller : 150$
- Power supply board : 150$
- Touchscreen ( has a small scratch, but works fine ) : 100$

FLUKE/Philips
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PM6666 counter with PM9608B option (1.3GH input) : 180$
PM 5139 function generator : 250$
Fluke 8846A multimeter : 600$

EXTECH
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380560 milliohm meter : 150$

XYTRONIX
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628 infrared Preheat system : 150$

TEKPOWER
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3711 programmable load : 300$

Weller
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WHA3000P + WHP3000 + holder for handpiece ( not the vertical stand ! ) : 850$

TENMA
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72-5085 combo unit : power supply,counter,dmm and signal generator. : 100$


WELLER
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Weller base stations no soldering irons. just the power supply. digital readout
WSl2 : 120$ ( dual channel 80 watt )
Single channel version : 80$

Planar
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42 inch 1920x1080 Touchscreen monitor. Comes with Win XP Dell PC that has the drivers for the touchscreen. 200$. 
This thing is a monster ! Needs two people to lift. Daylight readable and Infrared curtain type touchscreen
semi-vandal proof body. These were built for Kiosk type applications.
« Last Edit: September 13, 2019, 09:00:13 pm by free_electron »
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Re: Selling off Test equipment - Bay Area , local pickup only
« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2019, 09:35:51 am »
Ah... I born in the wrong country. :/
 
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Re: Selling off Test equipment - Bay Area , local pickup only
« Reply #2 on: August 15, 2019, 03:49:23 pm »
I'm in the same boat (with lots of anchors ;-) up near Oakland.
Plenty of older test equipment that needs a new home.
So if you have any takers and they are still hungry afterwards, send them my way...
 

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Re: Selling off Test equipment - Bay Area , local pickup only
« Reply #3 on: August 15, 2019, 05:40:15 pm »
19xxx series logic analyser
1680 series logic analyser

tell me your price, for this items
 

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Re: Selling off Test equipment - Bay Area , local pickup only
« Reply #4 on: August 15, 2019, 07:10:09 pm »
Ah... I born in the wrong country. :/

And I am on the wrong side of the country.   |O
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Offline coromonadalix

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Re: Selling off Test equipment - Bay Area , local pickup only
« Reply #5 on: August 15, 2019, 08:56:49 pm »
Me too  ?
 

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Re: Selling off Test equipment - Bay Area , local pickup only
« Reply #6 on: August 15, 2019, 09:16:03 pm »
Haha, I'm in the same country, same state, and it's still too far for me. 6 hour drive each way if there is 0 traffic, which over 12 hours there will be hours of traffic. Good luck with the sell!
 

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Re: Selling off Test equipment - Bay Area , local pickup only
« Reply #7 on: August 15, 2019, 09:24:32 pm »
Strangely enough I will be heading from Oregon to SoCal tomorrow, and have some use for GPIB power supplies.  What time of day will you be available? 
 

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Re: Selling off Test equipment - Bay Area , local pickup only
« Reply #8 on: August 16, 2019, 02:56:22 am »
Strangely enough I will be heading from Oregon to SoCal tomorrow, and have some use for GPIB power supplies.  What time of day will you be available?

i am home all day. PM sent
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Re: Selling off Test equipment - Bay Area , local pickup only
« Reply #9 on: August 16, 2019, 03:40:04 am »
I'm actually _in_ the Bay Area, but don't know for how much longer and hence my TEA is a bit subdued.  Still, if there's something interesting, I'll find a way.  Do you have some product identifiers?  I'd love to have a look at the manual, if I can find it on-line, first.
 

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Re: Selling off Test equipment - Bay Area , local pickup only
« Reply #10 on: August 16, 2019, 07:37:32 pm »
Still up for sale: see top of thread
« Last Edit: August 23, 2019, 02:38:04 pm by free_electron »
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Re: Selling off Test equipment - Bay Area , local pickup only
« Reply #11 on: August 16, 2019, 08:00:45 pm »
I'm interested in the
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Keithley 181 Nanovoltmeter 6.5 digit : 200$

Does that price include a cable? I know those are hard to come by. Referring specifically to the special millivolt connector.

Thanks,
Randall
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Re: Selling off Test equipment - Bay Area , local pickup only
« Reply #12 on: August 16, 2019, 08:43:16 pm »
i don;t think i have the cable for it.
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Re: Selling off Test equipment - Bay Area , local pickup only
« Reply #13 on: August 21, 2019, 02:36:17 pm »
Some more stuff
 see top of thread
« Last Edit: August 23, 2019, 02:38:18 pm by free_electron »
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Re: Selling off Test equipment - Bay Area , possible shipping inside US
« Reply #14 on: August 22, 2019, 09:14:50 am »
PMed for a 66309D.

It looks like the 66309D can be easely converted to 230VAC from 110VAC (change in main fuse and main trafo connections)

TO all EUROPE/GERMANY guys:




I have a bloody https://www.reship.com US adress.
If it makes sense we can organize an EU group buy and split the import costs.
I would reship the goods on the european side of the ocean, somehow what I already did here.
If that would be the case, any tips for a pizza would be appreciated.  ::)
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« Reply #15 on: August 22, 2019, 05:31:56 pm »
Might be interested in the Tek P6247 diffprobe. I'll be driving through the Bay Area in two weeks so I could pick it up directly from you. Is it fully functional? All parts included? Thanks!
 

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« Reply #16 on: August 22, 2019, 06:12:30 pm »
PMed for a 66309D.

It looks like the 66309D can be easely converted to 230VAC from 110VAC (change in main fuse and main trafo connections)

TO all EUROPE/GERMANY guys:




I have a bloody https://www.reship.com US adress.
If it makes sense we can organize an EU group buy and split the import costs.
I would reship the goods on the european side of the ocean, somehow what I already did here.
If that would be the case, any tips for a pizza would be appreciated.  ::)

That would work. Keep in mind : if there is paperwork needed : you are on the hook for that. I am not a professional seller so i cannot provide invoice, customs forms or anything else.
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Re: Selling off Test equipment - Bay Area , possible shipping inside US
« Reply #17 on: August 22, 2019, 06:13:03 pm »
Might be interested in the Tek P6247 diffprobe. I'll be driving through the Bay Area in two weeks so I could pick it up directly from you. Is it fully functional? All parts included? Thanks!
Just the probe and a couple of the blue probe tip adapters i believe. Probe works fine.
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« Reply #18 on: August 22, 2019, 06:21:59 pm »
Anyone have any experience with the Rigol T2R1000 probe adapter? Does it provide proper power to the P6247 style probes? Hopefully it eliminates the need to buy a separate 1103 power supply.
 

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Re: Selling off Test equipment - Bay Area , possible shipping inside US
« Reply #19 on: August 22, 2019, 08:01:04 pm »
If you're in the repair business, get one of these Communications Testing Power Supplies. They can be connected instead of a battery as they can sink as well as source. You can check power consumption from the battery as well as charge current. A steal for the price. I'd get one if it wasn't for the paperwork. (I'm in Germany).

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« Reply #20 on: August 22, 2019, 09:24:47 pm »
OK, fine, I'll grab one of those too if we make the meeting happen!
 

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« Reply #21 on: August 22, 2019, 09:34:07 pm »
That would work. Keep in mind : if there is paperwork needed : you are on the hook for that. I am not a professional seller so i cannot provide invoice, customs forms or anything else.

The customs is always a royal PITA, we all know that and I personally burn myself many times.
The entire point of reship.com is to deal with this madness, they will ask me all the questions and forms.
You free electron need only to ship it to an US address, no more no less.
You could be kind and pm me the estimated shipping costs, see here, Warehouse USA, Ship to Germany-Munich ZIP 80801.
Basically customs have no idea of the value of  used test equipment, so you can declare it low if you want to.
Sometime I saw people declaring the item as a present, which for the buyer is even better.

Steal for the price. I'd get one if it wasn't for the paperwork. (I'm in Germany).

That's exactely why we need to team up with a group buy. We save money here and paperwork. I do the paperwork and you get the device in Germany/EU.  :-+
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Re: Selling off Test equipment - Bay Area , possible shipping inside US
« Reply #22 on: August 23, 2019, 03:27:15 am »
Keithley 181 Nanovoltmeter 6.5 digit : 200$ tentative buyer
Keithley 220 Programmable current source : 250$ tentative buyer
That's actually a satisfied buyer  :)
Now, if someone has a spare low thermal EMF input cable for the Keithley 181 ...
 

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« Reply #23 on: August 23, 2019, 06:40:05 am »
Hey free_electron, what city are you in? I'm trying to determine if we'll have time to swing by your place on our way through the Bay Area.
 

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« Reply #24 on: August 23, 2019, 07:07:28 am »
That would work. Keep in mind : if there is paperwork needed : you are on the hook for that. I am not a professional seller so i cannot provide invoice, customs forms or anything else.

The customs is always a royal PITA, we all know that and I personally burn myself many times.
The entire point of reship.com is to deal with this madness, they will ask me all the questions and forms.
You free electron need only to ship it to an US address, no more no less.
You could be kind and pm me the estimated shipping costs, see here, Warehouse USA, Ship to Germany-Munich ZIP 80801.
Basically customs have no idea of the value of  used test equipment, so you can declare it low if you want to.
Sometime I saw people declaring the item as a present, which for the buyer is even better.

Steal for the price. I'd get one if it wasn't for the paperwork. (I'm in Germany).

That's exactely why we need to team up with a group buy. We save money here and paperwork. I do the paperwork and you get the device in Germany/EU.  :-+
OK. I'm in for a 66309D if we can get together and arrange a shipment.

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