Level 1 Charger Plug...

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Peter W.

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https://worldradiohistory.com/hd2/IDX-Consumer/Archive-Radio-Electronics-IDX/IDX/60s/1963/Radio-Electronics-1963-01-OCR-Page-0085.pdf \\

It uses 2 x 12AX7A/ECC83 tubes and 3 x 6V6GTA

Originally, the company was in Brooklyn, New York, selling mostly kits.

Re-Cap it before applying power! All of them!

Peter Wieck
Melrose Park, PA
 
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server

Guest
On Sat, 24 Jul 2021 11:16:54 -0400, micky posted for all of us to digest...

In alt.home.repair, on Sat, 24 Jul 2021 10:26:38 -0400, Ralph Mowery
rmowery42@charter.net> wrote:

In article <q76ofg9e48u9nb1k4kpouknn7vdpr704ba@4ax.com>, NONONOmisc07
@fmguy.com says...

The urls people have posted here (before electronics.repair was added)
make clear that the ground plane in the car makes a difference, and that
cars without one need a special antenna cable, but a) they\'re mostly
pushed for CB radios, b) it\'s not at all clear that the special antenna
is as good c) when shopping for an antenna, any with ground plane
provision probably make note of it, but those without do not, afaik,
warn people what is missing.



For AM radios in cars, the ground plane effect is almost nill. There is
some capacitance coupling from the frame to the gound, but that plays
very little in the AM band. The FM antennas are often built in the
windshelds and the metal of the car does not com into play there either
to ammount to anything.

Only one car had the antenna in the windshield. A long time ago, I
can\'t remember which.

To be much of a ground plane at the AM band you would need a plate of
around 100 feet, 200 feet would be better. Just look at how tall the AM
transmitter antennas are. Those antennas have about 120 wires as long
as the antenna is tall burried in the ground.

So what can I do to get reception inside as good as what I get in the
car? Especially FM. In the past year, reception for WAMU, 88.5 and
C-Span, 90.1, seems to have gone downhill.

Could be because of Sunspot cycle 25

--
Tekkie
 
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server

Guest
On Sat, 24 Jul 2021 11:16:54 -0400, micky posted for all of us to digest...

In alt.home.repair, on Sat, 24 Jul 2021 10:26:38 -0400, Ralph Mowery
rmowery42@charter.net> wrote:

In article <q76ofg9e48u9nb1k4kpouknn7vdpr704ba@4ax.com>, NONONOmisc07
@fmguy.com says...

The urls people have posted here (before electronics.repair was added)
make clear that the ground plane in the car makes a difference, and that
cars without one need a special antenna cable, but a) they\'re mostly
pushed for CB radios, b) it\'s not at all clear that the special antenna
is as good c) when shopping for an antenna, any with ground plane
provision probably make note of it, but those without do not, afaik,
warn people what is missing.



For AM radios in cars, the ground plane effect is almost nill. There is
some capacitance coupling from the frame to the gound, but that plays
very little in the AM band. The FM antennas are often built in the
windshelds and the metal of the car does not com into play there either
to ammount to anything.

Only one car had the antenna in the windshield. A long time ago, I
can\'t remember which.

To be much of a ground plane at the AM band you would need a plate of
around 100 feet, 200 feet would be better. Just look at how tall the AM
transmitter antennas are. Those antennas have about 120 wires as long
as the antenna is tall burried in the ground.

So what can I do to get reception inside as good as what I get in the
car? Especially FM. In the past year, reception for WAMU, 88.5 and
C-Span, 90.1, seems to have gone downhill.

Could be because of Sunspot cycle 25

--
Tekkie
 
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Michael Trew

Guest
On 7/26/2021 3:55 AM, Peeler wrote:
On Sun, 25 Jul 2021 23:14:29 -0400, Michael Trew wrote:

I feel very confident 90% of this group would think YOU are the problem
here. Please leave.

Mikek



+1

LOL Pathetic bunch of senile idiots, really!

That\'s kind of funny that you are directing a \"senile\" comment in my
direction... I\'m 26 years old. I bet that you are older than my
parents. Look in a mirror, nutcase.
 
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Peeler

Guest
On Mon, 26 Jul 2021 15:57:43 -0400, Michael Trew wrote:


LOL Pathetic bunch of senile idiots, really!

That\'s kind of funny that you are directing a \"senile\" comment in my
direction... I\'m 26 years old. I bet that you are older than my
parents. Look in a mirror, nutcase.

What IS funny is that you ARE obviously as dumb as the senile twits who
infest ahr and that you are siding with! LOL
 
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Peeler

Guest
On Mon, 26 Jul 2021 15:57:43 -0400, Michael Trew wrote:


LOL Pathetic bunch of senile idiots, really!

That\'s kind of funny that you are directing a \"senile\" comment in my
direction... I\'m 26 years old. I bet that you are older than my
parents. Look in a mirror, nutcase.

What IS funny is that you ARE obviously as dumb as the senile twits who
infest ahr and that you are siding with! LOL
 
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Shams

Guest
Incredible! I was looking at a machine today going for 100 dollars. Should I not buy it then? sorry i am 20 years too late to this thread. I also was wondering if these machines can play PAL tapes? Thanks!
 
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Shams

Guest
Incredible! I was looking at a machine today going for 100 dollars. Should I not buy it then? sorry i am 20 years too late to this thread. I also was wondering if these machines can play PAL tapes? Thanks!
 
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Branislav Drengubiak

Guest
On Friday, August 30, 2019 at 6:21:26 PM UTC+2, N_Cook wrote:
A collection of LCD display readings and their SPI codings with the
repeated sections removed, leaving just 4 \"rows\" of 3 hex characters
(intervening repeated strings removed for clarity, described earlier in
this thread, would come into play for hundreds /thousands/other rows in
the diplay perhaps).
The first rank all even(eg 2,6,C,8 in the 1.014m reading is the mm
(thousandths) ,0 to 9
The second rank (eg C,D,5,C in the 1.014) is the cm (combined tenths and
hundredths) , 00 to 99
The third rank (eg 0,1,1,0 in the 1.014 or 7,D,7,5 in the 30.190 ) is
the combined units and tens
so 0, 1,2,3 ... 99
going by the pairings of \"19\" in 30.190 and 2.197, both coded to 9,5,7,3
and \"20\" in 8.206 and 9.206 , both coded to D,B,D,7
Perhaps someone can see octal coding or something , to avoid determining
two sets of 100 pairings, but so far I\'ve not managed to reduce the
required look-up conversions required.

1.014
2,C,0,
6,D,1,
C,5,1,
8,C,0,

1.036
6,D,0,
E,D,1,
8,7,1,
C,D,0,

2.197
2,9,3,
6,5,2,
4,7,1
4,3,1,


4.235
6,D,0
6,9,3,
8,F,3,
C,5,0

5.265
6,D,1,
6,B,3,
8,E,2,
C,7,1,

6.243
6,C,3,
6,9,3,
C,F,2,
4,6,1,

7.112
6,8,0
A,5,1
C,5,1
4,0,1,


8.206
6,D,3,
E,B,3,
8,D,3,
C,7,1,

9.206
6,D,1,
E,B,3,
8,D,3,
C,7,1


10.217
2,C,3,
6,9,5,
4,D,7,
4,4,1,

16.388
6,D,3,
E,7,7,
C,F,6,
C,7,1,

22.136
6,9,F,
E,5,A,
8,7,5,
C,1,5,

26.766
6,9,F,
E,7,B,
8,6,6,
C,7,5,


30.190
6,9,7,
E,5,D,
4,7,7,
C,3,5,

30.191
2,9,7,
6,5,D,
4,7,7,
0,3,5,

30.192
6,9,7,
A,5,D,
C,7,7,
4,3,5,

30.195
6,9,7,
6,5,D,
8,7,7,
C,3,5,

30.196
6,9,7,
E,5,D,
8,7,7,
C,3,5,

The 30.19 set was setting up on a tripod and repeated grabbing codings
until I got a repeat reading. This was at dusk, after a sunny day, but
even so over 30m , for 6 readings involving switching off and on again ,
just a spread of 6mm and no guarantee my touching the buttons did not
upset the tripod a bit.
--
Monthly public talks on science topics, Hampshire , England
http://diverse.4mg.com/scicaf.htm
 
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Branislav Drengubiak

Guest
On Friday, August 30, 2019 at 6:21:26 PM UTC+2, N_Cook wrote:
A collection of LCD display readings and their SPI codings with the
repeated sections removed, leaving just 4 \"rows\" of 3 hex characters
(intervening repeated strings removed for clarity, described earlier in
this thread, would come into play for hundreds /thousands/other rows in
the diplay perhaps).
The first rank all even(eg 2,6,C,8 in the 1.014m reading is the mm
(thousandths) ,0 to 9
The second rank (eg C,D,5,C in the 1.014) is the cm (combined tenths and
hundredths) , 00 to 99
The third rank (eg 0,1,1,0 in the 1.014 or 7,D,7,5 in the 30.190 ) is
the combined units and tens
so 0, 1,2,3 ... 99
going by the pairings of \"19\" in 30.190 and 2.197, both coded to 9,5,7,3
and \"20\" in 8.206 and 9.206 , both coded to D,B,D,7
Perhaps someone can see octal coding or something , to avoid determining
two sets of 100 pairings, but so far I\'ve not managed to reduce the
required look-up conversions required.

1.014
2,C,0,
6,D,1,
C,5,1,
8,C,0,

1.036
6,D,0,
E,D,1,
8,7,1,
C,D,0,

2.197
2,9,3,
6,5,2,
4,7,1
4,3,1,


4.235
6,D,0
6,9,3,
8,F,3,
C,5,0

5.265
6,D,1,
6,B,3,
8,E,2,
C,7,1,

6.243
6,C,3,
6,9,3,
C,F,2,
4,6,1,

7.112
6,8,0
A,5,1
C,5,1
4,0,1,


8.206
6,D,3,
E,B,3,
8,D,3,
C,7,1,

9.206
6,D,1,
E,B,3,
8,D,3,
C,7,1


10.217
2,C,3,
6,9,5,
4,D,7,
4,4,1,

16.388
6,D,3,
E,7,7,
C,F,6,
C,7,1,

22.136
6,9,F,
E,5,A,
8,7,5,
C,1,5,

26.766
6,9,F,
E,7,B,
8,6,6,
C,7,5,


30.190
6,9,7,
E,5,D,
4,7,7,
C,3,5,

30.191
2,9,7,
6,5,D,
4,7,7,
0,3,5,

30.192
6,9,7,
A,5,D,
C,7,7,
4,3,5,

30.195
6,9,7,
6,5,D,
8,7,7,
C,3,5,

30.196
6,9,7,
E,5,D,
8,7,7,
C,3,5,

The 30.19 set was setting up on a tripod and repeated grabbing codings
until I got a repeat reading. This was at dusk, after a sunny day, but
even so over 30m , for 6 readings involving switching off and on again ,
just a spread of 6mm and no guarantee my touching the buttons did not
upset the tripod a bit.
--
Monthly public talks on science topics, Hampshire , England
http://diverse.4mg.com/scicaf.htm
 
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Branislav Drengubiak

Guest
Display datasheet is available www.amega.sk/brano/Displej.pdf
driver ST7567A

code (STM32 spi client ) is www.amega.sk/brano/main.c
 
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Branislav Drengubiak

Guest
Display datasheet is available www.amega.sk/brano/Displej.pdf
driver ST7567A

code (STM32 spi client ) is www.amega.sk/brano/main.c
 
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Branislav Drengubiak

Guest
Display datasheet is available www.amega.sk/brano/Displej.pdf
driver ST7567A

code (STM32 spi client ) is www.amega.sk/brano/main.c
 
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Adrian Caspersz

Guest
On 07/11/2021 19:27, Shams wrote:
Incredible! I was looking at a machine today going for 100 dollars. Should I not buy it then? sorry i am 20 years too late to this thread. I also was wondering if these machines can play PAL tapes? Thanks!

I\'ll bite. (You\'ve added no context to the original post, amd I\'m not
looking)

28 years old, probably filled with caps that will need replacing.

Does it have a timebase corrector? So professional, or Sony hype?

FULLY RESTORED Sony SLV-R5UC Stereo HiFi S-VHS VCR Auto-Tracking *90
Days Wrty
https://www.ebay.com/itm/193877871382


--
Adrian C
 
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Adrian Caspersz

Guest
On 07/11/2021 19:27, Shams wrote:
Incredible! I was looking at a machine today going for 100 dollars. Should I not buy it then? sorry i am 20 years too late to this thread. I also was wondering if these machines can play PAL tapes? Thanks!

I\'ll bite. (You\'ve added no context to the original post, amd I\'m not
looking)

28 years old, probably filled with caps that will need replacing.

Does it have a timebase corrector? So professional, or Sony hype?

FULLY RESTORED Sony SLV-R5UC Stereo HiFi S-VHS VCR Auto-Tracking *90
Days Wrty
https://www.ebay.com/itm/193877871382


--
Adrian C
 
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John Robertson

Guest
On 2021/11/07 10:24 p.m., Adrian Caspersz wrote:
On 07/11/2021 19:27, Shams wrote:
Incredible! I was looking at a machine today going for 100 dollars.
Should I not buy it then? sorry i am 20 years too late to this thread.
I also was wondering if these machines can play PAL tapes? Thanks!


I\'ll bite. (You\'ve added no context to the original post, amd I\'m not
looking)

28 years old, probably filled with caps that will need replacing.

Does it have a timebase corrector? So professional, or Sony hype?

 FULLY RESTORED Sony SLV-R5UC Stereo HiFi S-VHS VCR Auto-Tracking *90
Days Wrty
 https://www.ebay.com/itm/193877871382

Looks like the OP (Shams) for this revived thread was looking for
recommendations for PAL player, not NTSC...new electrolytic caps and
drive belts are never a bad idea with 90s or earlier equipment.

John :-#)#

--
(Please post followups or tech inquiries to the USENET newsgroup)
John\'s Jukes Ltd.
MOVED to #7 - 3979 Marine Way, Burnaby, BC, Canada V5J 5E3
(604)872-5757 (Pinballs, Jukes, Video Games)
www.flippers.com
\"Old pinballers never die, they just flip out.\"

 
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John Robertson

Guest
On 2021/11/07 10:24 p.m., Adrian Caspersz wrote:
On 07/11/2021 19:27, Shams wrote:
Incredible! I was looking at a machine today going for 100 dollars.
Should I not buy it then? sorry i am 20 years too late to this thread.
I also was wondering if these machines can play PAL tapes? Thanks!


I\'ll bite. (You\'ve added no context to the original post, amd I\'m not
looking)

28 years old, probably filled with caps that will need replacing.

Does it have a timebase corrector? So professional, or Sony hype?

 FULLY RESTORED Sony SLV-R5UC Stereo HiFi S-VHS VCR Auto-Tracking *90
Days Wrty
 https://www.ebay.com/itm/193877871382

Looks like the OP (Shams) for this revived thread was looking for
recommendations for PAL player, not NTSC...new electrolytic caps and
drive belts are never a bad idea with 90s or earlier equipment.

John :-#)#

--
(Please post followups or tech inquiries to the USENET newsgroup)
John\'s Jukes Ltd.
MOVED to #7 - 3979 Marine Way, Burnaby, BC, Canada V5J 5E3
(604)872-5757 (Pinballs, Jukes, Video Games)
www.flippers.com
\"Old pinballers never die, they just flip out.\"

 
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Jef Od

Guest
Hello all. I tried to locate a chat room for this specifically but...this is the only thing that I\'ve found.

I\'m not electronically knowledgeable enough to know what to do so, here\'s my question;
I have a blown HER303 and I\'m wondering if I should replace it with a \"larger\" diode? I ask this since it looks like it stays pretty hot whenever energized.

Oh yea, this is a compact hard drive power supply.

Any help would be VERY appreciated.

~Jef
 

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