Tube Tester

From:  Robert W. Stephens [SMTP:rwstephens-at-headwaters-dot-com]
Sent:  Wednesday, June 03, 1998 10:56 PM
To:  Tesla List
Subject:  Re: Tube Tester

> To:            "'Tesla List'" <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>
> Subject:       Tube Tester
> Date:          Wed, 3 Jun 1998 20:18:01 -0500
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> From:  gweaver [SMTP:gweaver-at-earthlink-dot-net]
> Sent:  Tuesday, June 02, 1998 5:29 AM
> To:  Tesla-at-pupman-dot-com
> Subject:  Tube Tester
> I traded some wire for a O-scope but it doesn't work.  It's a tube type
> unit.  If I can get it to work I can use it to check out some things on my TC's.
> Does anyone have a tube tester for sale?
> If anyone sees a good used tube tester at a reasonable price at a ham fest
> and doesn't mind to buy it I will be glad to take it off your hands.  I have
> no idea what to expect a good price to be.  I suppose it depends on the name
> brand and and quality of the unit.  
> Nashville TN has 1 ham fest a year and its a DUD.  I have been to it several
> times and its always a waste of time.  Everyone seems to all know each other
> and they all seem to be there only to visit, not to sell anything.
> Gary Weaver


I have a Stark Model 9-66 Transconductance Tester.  It is a good tube 
tester which packs like a suitcase.  If you can find one in working 
condition for $100-$150 you won't go wrong.

Good luck.

Robert W. Stephens
Lindsay Scientific Co.
RR1 Shelburne, ON Canada L0N-1S5
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