slug tuned coils and a distributor

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From: rohre (rohre@msmailgw1.arlut.utexas.edu)
Date: Fri Mar 24 1995 - 16:04:21 EST


At one time, J. W. Miller Co. made all kinds of coils, chokes, and slug tuned
coils I think. Anyway, they have a distributor who is Digikey Corp. who have
same day shipping by 5 PM central U.S. time. Their (800) no. is 1-800-344-4539,
and for those outside the U.S. where 800 does not help, the FAX no. is
218-681-3380.

The Miller factory probably does not sell small quantities, but their nos. for
reference on technical issues: (310) 515-1720. FAX (310) 515-1962. They are
at 306 East Alondra Blvd., P O Box 2859, Gardena, CA. 90247. I just gave them a
call, and you have to get catalogs from their area representatives. For the
Central U.S. this is
Component Partners in Dallas area: (214) 644-1288. For Export sales: In New
York: Roburn Agencies telephone (914) 968-1016, Mr. Sanford Awner vice Pres.,
FAX (914) 968-2188. He told me they handle all the world for Miller. I usually
request a "line sheet" of the other companies they represent for future parts
needs when I deal with someone who is the sales rep. for multiple companies.

Now Justin, you won't need all the international info I included, but this could
be of help to the list to whom I will post as well.

Does anyone know whatever happened to CTC or Cambion, who also made ceramic coil
forms and slug tuned coils?

Hope you get a source to post on those feedthrus. They are rare these days!
-73, Stuart K5KVH


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