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Reviews Categories | Ham radio kits | Pastime Projects PPS-1Power Supply Kit companion to the one tube Help


Reviews Summary for Pastime Projects PPS-1Power Supply Kit companion to the one tube
Pastime Projects PPS-1Power Supply Kit companion to the one tube Reviews: 2 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $99.00
Description: The PPS--1 power supply includes sold oak slats and
end pieces that form the "chassis" with brass plated flat
screws for that vintage look. 120 VAC primary voltage.
Output as supplied approximately 200 VDC max.
Transformer rated at 250 VCT @ 130 ma and 6.3 VAC @
2A. Features 19 page manual with illustrated step by step
instructions. Features fused input, transformer isolation,
filter choke and filter capacitors, a bleeder resistor,
indicator lamps in the filament and hv circuits, Use the
power supply kit for your favorite tube type transmitter or
receiver. This kit requires assembly, soldering, and
testing and builder familiarity and experience with high
voltage circuits.
Product is in production.
More info: http://www.pastimeprojects.com/transmitterkits.html
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WB0FDJ Rating: 5/5 Jan 16, 2013 16:10 Send this review to a friend
Straightforward  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
Haven't looked at or thought about vacuum tube theory since I took the Advanced in 1972 (when they had only two questions about transistors). Needed this for their little transmitter so ordered it and built it first. As I remarked above, "straightforward". After working with 3" boards for most of my QRP projects, this was, well, different. Not difficult. Since it's high voltage checked everything 3 times before hitting the switch and got 198 V first thing. Excellent. Can use it with other projects. Recommended.
 
K9DP Rating: 5/5 Feb 21, 2012 15:28 Send this review to a friend
Easy to work with and operate  Time owned: months
Very easy kit and pieces to work with. Very good instructions. The proprietor of Pastime Projects is available for any support should it be needed..
 


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