| In this very spot for >5 years.
|Still lookin good!
|Direction's a simple Selsyn.
Speed's something else.
No matter, it's Rackmount!
Abandon All Hope. We have.
The mystery at 4:09
The Akai Invert-O-Matic, Ball video monitors, and AMI Pulse Encoder nightmares
More stuff nobody wants.
Except the Stromberg-Carlson radio chassis, the pink Royal Electric typewriter, and everything else.
Fast deals, iced tea with a cool breeze, and a thousand projector lamps.
Tube type video monitors and other gear that was lost for decades
Jumbotron pixels, endless loops, the last remaining specimen, and a rich person's TV set.
Found all the rackmount scopes and a panoramic display lost for years in here. And those chokes again (30H/350mA and 7.5H/700mA). Storing things with someone else's personal hoard can be risky.
Tektronix RM504 - 2 pcs, identical to RM503 but different V amp.
a panoramic adapter
Sanborn div. H/P 780-6S Viso Scope w/ opt. 01, a 4 channel unit with P7 CRT with 0.25-10Hz sweep rates.
(only the pan. & Dumont are shown)
about 200 panel meters -boxes and boxes of them were recovered. No time to open them and show it, but they are found anyway!
That weather station panel again. It's from a TV station and many decades old.
Found a 70 degree deflection yoke and focus magnet assembly complete. Must be 70 years old and probably still usable. That focus magnet is a golden find! Yet another Wurlitzer in the background.
Found a mass of TS-505/U VTVMs. These are excellent units and despite the dust, are usually very clean inside when the case front is opened. Collins transmitter, General Radio 'large' strobotac, Teletype, boxes of ceramic power resistors, and dozens more boxes of classic parts along the wall and on the shelves going all the way back, too dark in there to see much... 900 Lbs. of unistrut.