ARNSW Equipment

Disposals

The following items are for sale through ARNSW disposals. Any items not sold beforehand will be on display and available at our next Trash and Treasure event to be held at the Dural site at 63 Quarry Rd Dural, on Sunday the 31st of May 2015 from 9.30AM.

New items will be added to this page as they come to hand. It is advisable to check this page regularly, so as not to miss out on any bargains.

Amateur transmitting equipment will only be sold to persons holding an appropriate Australian License. In the disposals process the "Disposals" Officer's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Any equipment offered for disposal will have been bench/air tested, it's general condition and any known faults will be mentioned. All equipment is from nonsmoking owners unless noted in the advertisement.

Due the the number of items reserved but never purchased a deposit is required to reserve equipment for collection. Minimum Deposit is $50 or the full sale price for items costing less than $50. Equipment is not considered sold until payment is made.

If you are interested in any of the equipment listed here, you can contact the Disposals Officer by email to disposals@arnsw.org.au and he will contact you.

If you require assistance from ARNSW to sell any equipment then please check out our estate and equipment purchase page Here.

Full contact details for our office are listed Here.


Alinco DR-635 dual band FM transceiver.

In very good condition and fully working.

Sold with separation kit, power cable and microphone.

Price $250.




KW 103 power and SWR meter

This power and SWR meter is in good condition tested working.

Price $100.




Ameritron ATR-8 T match antenna tuner.

This ATU is in good condition and fully working.

Price $100.




Tektronix 492 21GHz microwave spectrum analyser.

This spectrum analyser will display signals to 21GHz and with external mixers (not supplied) to much higher frequencies.

While not a synthesised spectrum analyser it does phase lock on spans 50KHz and less to considerably reduce drift.

The photo is of the actual unit displaying a 3.8GHz signal. Note the span is set to 20KHz and the narrow span phase lock is active.

This spectrum analyser has been refurbished. The troublesome tantalum capacitors have been replaced along with the usual power supply capacitors that cause display problems. It has been aligned and checked. Both the mixer and attenuator are working correctly.

Generally these sell for $1100 to $1500 in the USA.

Price $950.




Satellite terminals.

Voice Data 1.5GHz Inmarsat terminals with antenna and cable.

ARNSW has about 30 of these consisting of the white box containing the transceiver and power supply (13.8V 4A)


The antenna:


With low noise receive amplifier and power amplifier on the rear of the antenna:


And interconnection cable of RG-223 (double screened RG58)

All this for $15 each.

Note collect only from Dural too difficult to post.