My old (tube) tranceivers and receivers.
Trio (Kenwood) TS-510D. Desktop HF Transceiver. 160 Watt input.
SSB, CW, 14 tubes, 2 FET's, 13 transistors, 29 diodes.
Manufactured ~ 1969.
Trio (Kenwood) 9R-59D. Tubes 3x 6BA6/EF93, 2x 6BE6/EK90, 2x 6AQ8/ECC85, 6AQ5/EL90.
6 transistors 6 diodes.
Manufactured ~ 1969.
TNX Gert PA3EJB
Kenwood TS-515. SSB, CW, 10 tubes, 1 IC, 4 FET's, 37 transistors, 57 diodes. Input power 180 watt. Manufactured Early 1970s.
Power supply & Speaker unit. Kenwood PS-515.
Kenwood Transmitter model T-599S / Receiver R-599D and Speaker S-599.
Property of Bertus Caspari.
Kenwood TS-520. Manufactured 1974.
Is designed for SSB and CW modes in de 80 through 10 meter bands.
Power 120W PEP SSB and 100W CW. 3 Tubes, 17 FET's, 47 transistors, 84 diodes.
2 meter Transverter TV-502. It operates from 144 to 146 MHz with 8 watt output.
5 FETs, 15 Transistors, 10 Diodes.
Remote variable frequency oscillator. VFO-520.
Antenna tuner AT-200.
Kenwood TS-520. Advertising Schaart Electron 1974.
Tube hybrid: 12BY7A (Driver), 2*S2001A or 6146B (Finals)
TNX Gert PA3EJB.
Kenwood / Trio microphone MC-10. Dynamic mic. Impedance 500 Ω.
Used with different Kenwood transceivers TS -515, TS-520, TS-700, T-599S.
Sommerkamp FT-250. With YD-844 Sommerkamp microphone.
With 16 tubes. 6 transistors, 12 diodes.
Also made by Yaesu FT-200 / Henry Tempo One.
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Power supply & Speaker unit. Sommerkamp FP-250.
Sommerkamp YD-844 is a unidirectional, dynamic desk microphone.
It features a PTT and lock function. Impedance 50K Ohm.
Made for Sommerkamp FT-250 Transceiver.
There is also a contact switch on the base which will activate the PTT function
when the desk mic is lifted
Kenwood TS-700. 2 meter multimode transceiver. Operation in FM, LSB, USB, AM and CW modes.
Power output 10 watts FM, SSB, CW, 3 watts AM. Frequency coverage is 144-147.999 MHz.
Kenwood TS-700 Advertising Schaart Electron 1974.
The Pony CB-36 portable transceiver from Kanda Tsushin Kogyo Co. LTD. Tokyo Japan.
There is also a black carrier bag.
Please note: the images on these sites show my own Morse keys and devices.
They may only be used for private purposes with reference to my site. (Source reference)