Re: autek rf-1 batts

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From: Robert J. Gobrick (rgobrick@nfld.com)
Date: Tue Aug 27 1996 - 20:13:59 EDT


Hi John,

You may want to give Autek a call as the problem that Joe N2CX mentioned was
a factory problem of one of the switchs hitting a metal piece when the case
was sandwiched on. The factory had a fix for it - so a call might not hurt.

Good luck let us know what you hear since I also have the Autek RF-1

PS: (This is a PS: before a PS is needed) - Does anyone know how accurate
the inductance readings are on the RF-1. I was into winding toroids the
other day for some new band modules for my Wilderness Sierra and I noticed I
kept measuring a little high across the board for all toroids - and that is
after subtracting the "shorted" inductances measurement out and also it was
measured at the freq the toroid would be used at. For the life of me I just
can't understand those Autek instructions - need one of those Yellow Books -
Reading Inductance on Toroids Using an Autek RF-1 For Dummies" :^)

Cheers 73/72 Bob VO1DRB/WA6ERB

At 15:01 8/27/96 -0400, you wrote:
>Everyone, my Autek rf-1 analyzer seems to go through
>9 v. batteries REALLY QUICKLY. Is this a common condition?
>I'm pretty sure that the unit is shut off when I leave
>it....is there something going on here that I'm not aware
>of???
>72, john, kc2du
>
>
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