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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by John Larkin, Mar 11, 2005.

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  1. John Larkin

    John Larkin Guest


    Delay line, probably.

    John
     
  2. Chretien

    Chretien Guest

    I was at a yard sale and picked up a bunch of parts.

    One of the things I picked up I have no idea what it is. The guy used to
    build computer boards for a computer company.

    Can you tell me what this is. And perhaps a pointer to a data sheet for such
    a thing if there is one.








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    | PE-21818 |
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    | 75 NS |
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    | 8707-HK |
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    |o HONG KONG |
    '------------------------------------'


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  3. Chretien

    Chretien Guest

    Thanks.
    I look up Delay Line (Ive heard of them) But my quick search taught me that
    at this stage in my learning its way above my head and will most likely not
    be too usefull for me at this stage of the game.

    Thank you for answering my question.
     
  4. Guest

    Audio transformer? TXFR AUDIO 8PIN PCMT made by Pulse Engineering.
    Google is your friend.

    Tom
     
  5. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    I think there's somebody around here who might want it - they were talking
    about delaying some servo signal to bandaid some backlash, or
    something...
    Just for the sake of incorrigible pedantry, the 'PE-21818' is very likely
    either a part number or house number, the '75 NS' looks suspiciously like
    a delay spec, the '8707-HK' is almost surely a date code (week 7 of year
    87, Hong Kong factory), and 'HONG KONG' is left as an exercise for the
    reader. ;-P

    Cheers!
    Rich
     
  6. tlbs

    tlbs Guest


    It may be a Pasternack Enterprises delay line, but their current
    catalog does not recognize this part number or any variant.

    Check out Pulse Engineering, also, as one of the other respondants
    mentioned.
     
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