The following test equipment will be auctioned off at the next club meeting, all proceeds going to the SJCARS treasury.
The upper unit is a Fluke 8010A. The display is sick, barely readable. Buy this for parts, or to put your own project in the case.
The lower unit is a Fluke 8000A, and appears to work .
The range of prices on eBay is about $20 to $100 for the 8010, and $35 to $50 for the 8000.
This is an HP 5314A 100MHZ counter; it appears to work.
eBay prices range from $50 to $375.
HP Protocol Analyzer
This HP 4952A Protocol Analyzer will look at RS-232 stuff, X.25, and much more. As you can see it wakes up OK, so it might work fine. The manuals, cables, and 18180A pod are included.
eBay prices range from $50 to $100.
HP Logic Analyzer
This HP 1663A Logic Analyzer also wakes up OK, so like the analyzer above, may work fine. Manuals and cables included..
eBay prices are about $100.
Pulse generators, LCR meter
Top unit is an HP8082A pulse generator. eBay prices run from $250 to $500.
Middle unit is an HP 4262 LCR meter. This a fancy production test version, with high/low limits set on thumbwheels. Non-thumbwheel models go on eBay for $300 to $675.
Bottom unit is an EH Research Model 136A pulse generator. None found on eBay.
Everything pictured requires a standard plug-in AC power cord. None of the things pictured includes one – you’ll have to buy your own.
I want this stuff out of my hangar, so minimum bids will be VERY reasonable!
Besides all the usual interesting things at our meetings, you’ll have a chance to get some professional test equipment at ridiculous prices. Even if you don’t need a pulse generator or logic analyzer, just imagine how impressive it will make your shack look sitting up on a shelf.
See you on the 8th!