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German Wehrmacht Tank Transmitter Type 10w.s.c For Sale
This is the 10W.S.c transmitter as used by Panzer tanks in the German army during WWII. It forms part of the Fu 5 radio system (the other part is the Ukw.E.e receiver which I will also be selling later on). This transmitter produces 6 - 10 watts between 27.2 and 33.3MHz, with both voice (AM)and morse (MCW)modes. It has two mechanical preset frequencies as well.
It originally ran from a dynamotor supply (not included), which provided 350V at 100mA HT, and it took 12.6V at 2A from the vehicle battery for the heaters.
Iam selling this for a friend, so I am not familiar with this particular equipment. Ihave, however, taken a very good look at it, and it is not only complete, but also (as far as I can see) un-modified. Ihave included a lot of photos of the inside of the equipment so you should be able to judge that your for yourself.
I also tested this unit and found it to be working more or less as expected. A 50 ohm power meter showed about 4 watts output across the full frequency range - whether the slightly low power (min 6W expected) was due to using a 50 ohm load (when the transmitter expects 60 to 75 ohms), my old power meter being inaccurate, or the need to re-align the transmitter, I am not sure.
A receiver nearby showed a clean transmitter signal, which was modulated by an audio tone in MCW mode.
I have included a copy of the schematic with circuit values indicated. There is plenty of support on the internet (in English) for those interested inWehrmacht radio equipment - contact me for more />Ifanything is unclear please ask questions well before the end of the sale. Please note that if you are paying by cheque or postal order, then the payment must be in pounds sterling.
Domestic (UK) shipping costs do not include the Highlands or Islands - please check with me for shipping costs to these areas. I have also given some overseas shipping costs - if your location is not listed please contact me. All costs include in-transit insurance. Packed weight is about 16kg.
You are welcome to collect, or specify your own shipping company if you want to, however transit insurance is mandatory.
If you intend to offer on more than one of my items, please get in touch so that I can do my best to combine items into one parcel, and thus save you postage costs.
If I do not hear from the successful buyer within 7 days of the close of the sale, your offer may be cancelled.
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German Wehrmacht Tank Transmitter Type 10w.s.c: $880