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Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« on: July 08, 2020, 11:50:12 pm »
Got this email list:

E5071C 285 win7 System ,production year of 2019:  $18k
S331D :$950 per each
50*E3632A: $150 per each
50*Agilent 34401A: $320 per each
10*N9923A opt 506 : $4300 per each
KEYSIGHT  34450A $450 per each
FLUKE  8808A $362 per each
E4980AL 710 102 (20KHZ-1MHZ) $6000
8494H: $180
8496H: $180
85024A:$300

The E3632A's seems like a bargain, but no idea about shipping cost (10kg each).
No idea about this seller or condition, just posting the info.

https://www.facebook.com/sherry.li.313371
Contact email is at the top of that page.
Buyer beware.
 

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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2020, 12:51:05 am »
It is funny that Shenzhen people are not patriots of their home made Fisher Price test gear  :-DD

Edit: Or maybe they are, and dumping the existing Keysight and Anritsu stuff because 'upgrading' to Rigol  ::)
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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #2 on: July 09, 2020, 02:56:21 pm »
It is funny that Shenzhen people are not patriots of their home made Fisher Price test gear  :-DD

Edit: Or maybe they are, and dumping the existing Keysight and Anritsu stuff because 'upgrading' to Rigol  ::)
Give it a rest.  ::) There's plenty of local test gear used, including many manufacturers you'll never hear about.
 

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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #3 on: July 09, 2020, 02:59:02 pm »
It is funny that Shenzhen people are not patriots of their home made Fisher Price test gear  :-DD

Edit: Or maybe they are, and dumping the existing Keysight and Anritsu stuff because 'upgrading' to Rigol  ::)

It's pathetic in those gear's hometown, many can't afford what we sell as used.
 

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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #4 on: July 09, 2020, 06:20:11 pm »
I hope the calibrator fiasco does not repeat, to go to be true
 

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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #5 on: September 27, 2020, 09:37:09 am »
I get emails from this lady frequently, here is the latest list:

If you are interesting of E6607A ,pls let me know
we have resource of bulk,  PO qty starting from 100 pcs ,
price is $620 Each

The following Equipment is FOR SALE. Please make an offer if interested

Fluke 5500A $17500
Agilent logo 3458A : $4500
14 units of NEW style agilent logo 34401A $300 each
32 units of Agilent E3632A $150 each
7 units of Keysight 34461A $1000 each
N9020A-526 B25 P26 win7 system : $13500
N9020B 526 P26 B25 EA3 EP2 PFR CPU is PC7  $26500
85024A $300
N9923A 106 with cal report $4000
Agilent 4156C $20000
Agilent E4438C 005 401 403 506 602 UN7 UNB UNJ $8500
ADVANTEST Q8381 $4500
TEKTRONIC AFG3102  $3000
TEKTRONIC DPO4034 $3000
keysight 33500B
Agilent 4339B  $3300
Agilent E5071C 285
Agilent 53220A $1200
Agilent MSOX6004A
ADCMT 5450
AGILENT 16902A
FLUKE 190202
85033E one set with box $2200
TCPA300+TCP312  $2000
Anritsu S331E $4500
Anritsu S331D $1200
MT9810A $2255
Chroma 6312  $450 each
Chroma 6314  $666 each
2 x34972A: $1750 each
35670A 2 ports $2500
34970A $900 each
33220A $800 each
FSH6  : $4000
34901A $170 each
FSU3 $4500
RM3544 opt 01
N5182A
Anritsu MT8221B
E8361C   67G
N7971A
53151A
66309
APX515
Agilent 4339B
Agileng E4980A
agilneg 4288A
AGileng 4287A with test set
R&S PR100
R&S ESH3-Z6
R&S  ESH3-Z5
ZVB8   
SMU200A
DPo4034B  DPO4034
keithley 2420 
keithley 6517A
P6015A
33521B
WT230
SML03
E4422B
ATS-1
Agilent E4416A 
Agilent E4419B
CA-310 with test probe
S331D
AgilentN9000A
R&S  FSP13
R&S FSV7
R&S FSP30
R&S FSP7   
R&S  CMS52
R&S UPV
R&S  SML02
Chroma 66202
chroma 62024P-80-60
chroma 62012P-600-8
Agilent E4407B
Agilent E4405B
Agilent E4404B
HP8921A
AWG520
SR-3AR
Agilent 81130A
Agilenrt 4338B
Agilent 53132A  / 53131A
Agilent E3631A /  E3632A
Yokogawa WT500
Yokogawa GS610
Yokogawa GP20    GP10
Yokogawa DLM2024
Yokogawa DLM2034 with test probe
Agilent33220A
Agilent33210A
6813B
6813A
8648A  / 8648C / 8648B / 8647A
8594E / 8590L / 8591E
N9310A N9320B   Tc-3000A
E4406A
DSOX2014A
DPO2024
DPO2014
TDS5104B     
TDS5104
TDS7404 
Tds5032B
Tds3032B
Chroma6334+63303
Chroma19032
34460A 
E3633A
53132A
E3646A
E3631A
E3647A
Agilent/HP4284A
FLUKE 54200
Agilent E5250A
N6700B 
N6702A
N6773A
N6775A
N6774A
N6746B
N6734B
n6736B
N6744B
CA210
E4418B
 GSS6300,
 GSS6700
 IQ2010
 IQ2011
 TC5970C.
 kI2015
 ATS-2
 TDS3052C
  E3634A
  34970A
  keythley 6485
  TC3000B
 TC3000C
N4433A
chroma 62012p-100-50
chroma 62006p-30-80
WT310
fluke 5502A
Agilent 3458A
FLUKE 9100
N8975A
83650B
E4418B
CA310
33210A
FSU8
SMU200A
ZVL6
SMW200A
FSW26
SMW200A
TDS3052B
11667A
E5071C win7 285
E5071C win10 485
E5071C win10  4K5
ZNB8  2 ports
ZND8 win7 2 ports
U2001H
CMW100 V03
CMW100 V06
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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #6 on: October 03, 2020, 04:41:44 pm »
Any of you guys got experience of shopping with this seller?
 

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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #7 on: October 04, 2020, 12:58:17 pm »
It appears that the company has only been in existence since late February of this year. Along with that, it's rather striking (and perhaps questionable) as to how many offerings appear in such quantities stacked on pallets. Where are these units coming from in such numbers to a seller that's been around 7 months?   :-//
 

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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #8 on: October 05, 2020, 02:28:52 am »
It appears that the company has only been in existence since late February of this year. Along with that, it's rather striking (and perhaps questionable) as to how many offerings appear in such quantities stacked on pallets. Where are these units coming from in such numbers to a seller that's been around 7 months?   :-//

Not uncommon. Shenzhen is a fast city. Businesses establish, reach peak, go down and go away in mere years is nothing but a common sight.
 
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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #9 on: October 06, 2020, 04:56:27 pm »
It appears that the company has only been in existence since late February of this year. Along with that, it's rather striking (and perhaps questionable) as to how many offerings appear in such quantities stacked on pallets. Where are these units coming from in such numbers to a seller that's been around 7 months?   :-//

Not uncommon. Shenzhen is a fast city. Businesses establish, reach peak, go down and go away in mere years is nothing but a common sight.

She does turn around a lot of gear according to her Facebook profile pictures.
 

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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #10 on: October 20, 2020, 10:50:49 am »
I bought two of those E3632A, they're on TNT heading this way now. $150 is the price per unit only if you buy all 50 of them. A fellow engineer bought something from her and told me it was legit. The price I got was okay and the units looked like they were in good shape, not calibrated though. Let's see what I get.
 
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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #11 on: October 20, 2020, 02:23:40 pm »
Yes please let us know.
 

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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #12 on: October 20, 2020, 11:37:55 pm »
It appears that the company has only been in existence since late February of this year. Along with that, it's rather striking (and perhaps questionable) as to how many offerings appear in such quantities stacked on pallets. Where are these units coming from in such numbers to a seller that's been around 7 months?   :-//

You don't just go from zero to volume like that in that industry.
She likely worked for some surplus company and had the contacts and decided to branch out on her own.
 
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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #13 on: October 26, 2020, 03:33:12 pm »
Yes please let us know.

So I finally got the two E3632A I ordered two weeks ago or so. They dispatched the units quickly after my payment, and they were packed well, only TNT was having some issues and they got stuck in HK for a week. Lacking better tools (because I'm only starting to acquire equipment for my new lab) I quickly tested the supplies now with my Fluke 175 and a 50W resistor, and everything seems good. The display on the other unit is a bit dim, but not difficult to read at all.
 
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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #14 on: October 26, 2020, 11:13:40 pm »
So I finally got the two E3632A I ordered two weeks ago or so. They dispatched the units quickly after my payment, and they were packed well, only TNT was having some issues and they got stuck in HK for a week. Lacking better tools (because I'm only starting to acquire equipment for my new lab) I quickly tested the supplies now with my Fluke 175 and a 50W resistor, and everything seems good. The display on the other unit is a bit dim, but not difficult to read at all.
How's the condition?
 

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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #15 on: October 27, 2020, 06:12:35 am »
So I finally got the two E3632A I ordered two weeks ago or so. They dispatched the units quickly after my payment, and they were packed well, only TNT was having some issues and they got stuck in HK for a week. Lacking better tools (because I'm only starting to acquire equipment for my new lab) I quickly tested the supplies now with my Fluke 175 and a 50W resistor, and everything seems good. The display on the other unit is a bit dim, but not difficult to read at all.
How's the condition?

They're in good shape, some wear on the rubber bumpers and the power button on the other unit has turned yellow.

 
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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #16 on: October 27, 2020, 08:13:07 am »
Can someone please send me her contact email? I don't have Facebook and can't find any contact on the non-member view of her page.

Thanks!
 

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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #17 on: October 27, 2020, 09:32:07 am »
Can someone please send me her contact email? I don't have Facebook and can't find any contact on the non-member view of her page.

Thanks!
I would be eventually interested in this too. Which part of of Germany do you come from? We could eventually save some hassle ordering together. I am in the Munich area.

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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #18 on: October 27, 2020, 10:25:59 am »
Can someone please send me her contact email? I don't have Facebook and can't find any contact on the non-member view of her page.

Thanks!
I would be eventually interested in this too. Which part of of Germany do you come from? We could eventually save some hassle ordering together. I am in the Munich area.

I'm living in the Berlin area - so I guess we can't save much on shipping since we have to ship in Germany, too :( Also, if we order together, we will most probably have to pay customs (my planned 150€ purchase alone would be just under the threshold) but let's see how much shipping will cost and do the math.

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They're in good shape, some wear on the rubber bumpers and the power button on the other unit has turned yellow.

@tommiot: how was your experience with customs?
 

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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #19 on: October 27, 2020, 10:50:37 am »
Can someone please send me her contact email? I don't have Facebook and can't find any contact on the non-member view of her page.

Thanks!
I would be eventually interested in this too. Which part of of Germany do you come from? We could eventually save some hassle ordering together. I am in the Munich area.

I'm living in the Berlin area - so I guess we can't save much on shipping since we have to ship in Germany, too :( Also, if we order together, we will most probably have to pay customs (my planned 150€ purchase alone would be just under the threshold) but let's see how much shipping will cost and do the math.

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They're in good shape, some wear on the rubber bumpers and the power button on the other unit has turned yellow.

@tommiot: how was your experience with customs?

Here in Finland I just filled the customs declaration and the equipment was released the same day without any additional fees. This was for my company. Combined shipping cost for two of these units here was $200 . The price I paid for the units was on the lower end of eBay prices, for units in seemingly good condition, but as I said $150 was only if you bought all 50pcs of E3632A or so. Anyway I was happy with my purchase.
 

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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #20 on: November 04, 2020, 10:45:07 pm »
BRAND NEW N5171B  6G  with 1 years keysight warranty & original carton ,accessories : $12200
10 units of Keithley 2015: $600 each for bulk
CHROMA 62150H-1000S $9200 ;  Input voltage is 1000V,15A,15KW
E5071C Win7/win10 285
ZNB8 2 PORTS
ZND8 Win7 2 PORTS
Agilent 34401A : $350 each
30 * E3632A $150 each for bulk
Agilent E3633A: $800 each
keithley 6485
Agilent E3648A
Agilent E3632AS $526 each
Agilent 34450A $526 each
Agilent 34405A
Anritsu MT8855A
KEYSIGHT U2042XA probe
keithley  6485 $1450
R&S CBT
 SMB100A B106 no option ,standard unit:  $7000
       SMB100A B103 no option ,standard unit:  $6000
R&S FSP38 $12K
HIOKI ST5520 $850 EACH
TDS3032B $900
 

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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #21 on: November 06, 2020, 08:02:29 am »
WARNING: This is an astro-turfing account of the seller

I want to let anyone know that this user was a pleasure to work with.  Everything was packaged nicely and the meters are mint.
contact with her freely : xinhuwodezuiai@vip.126.com
« Last Edit: November 06, 2020, 10:21:16 am by EEVblog »
Second-hand electronic equipment program experts, to solve your worries.
 

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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #22 on: November 06, 2020, 10:17:16 am »
I want to let anyone know that this user was a pleasure to work with.  Everything was packaged nicely and the meters are mint.
contact with her freely : xinhuwodezuiai@vip.126.com

This is astroturfing account!
Account banned.
Seriously, don't do this. I don't want to have to ban your main account too because you do sell useful stuff of interest to people here. This will not tolerated, first and final warning.
 
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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #23 on: November 06, 2020, 12:31:18 pm »
I have her email to you : xinhuwodezuiai@vip.126.com
She was always quick to answer questions

More Astroturfing?
Everybody likes gadgets. Until they try to make them.
 

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Re: Surplus Test Gear from Shenzhen
« Reply #24 on: November 06, 2020, 08:41:36 pm »
I have her email to you : xinhuwodezuiai@vip.126.com
She was always quick to answer questions
More Astroturfing?

That's her official account it seems, as the footer explains. The grammar is just poor grammar.
 


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