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SKU: K-101A
Item ID: 005333
Price: $54.95
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Quantity in stock: 38

Input - 120V, 60 Hz.

"A" Output - Adjustable and regulated 1.5 to 7.5 volts 1.5 Amps

"B" Output - 22, 45, 67, 90, and 135 volts regulated up to 50mA.

"C" Output - Adjustable 0 to 22 volts. Regulated.

Kit includes transformer, rectifiers, capacitors, resistors, transistors, I.C., regulator, white pine board, and all necessary hardware.

Easy to follow instructions for assembly.

3.0 lbs.

UPC/EAN: 609722133135

RoHS Compliant

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4.6086956521739
4.61 out of 5 based on 23 reviews

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Appears to be a great set but I had one part incorrectly installed prior to shipping same as the last reviewer I am hoping to rectify the issue with AES soon

Mwilliams - July 23rd, 2017
2

I spent today building my kit and it was a very straight forward process until I went to test it. I was not able to get any B- or A+/A- voltage. I spent about 5 hours troubleshooting checking my work and redoing connections. After giving up decided to remove the LM317T and test it and guess what ? Whoever put this kit together, mounted the TIP47 to the heat sink and left the LM317T loose in the bag. This means they were installed wrong. I would ask for better quality control in your kit process. I wasted alot of time today on this. Thanks, Ron

rciancia - July 9th, 2017
5

I spent today building my kit and it was a very straight forward process until I went to test it. I was not able to get any B- or A+/A- voltage. I spent about 5 hours troubleshooting checking my work and redoing connections. After giving up decided to remove the LM317T and test it and guess what ? Whoever put this kit together, mounted the TIP47 to the heat sink and left the LM317T loose in the bag. This means they were installed wrong. I would ask for better quality control in your kit process. I wasted alot of time today on this. Thanks, Ron

rciancia - July 9th, 2017
5

I just now completed building this power supply. I tested it at exactly 118 v AC input. All results came out excellent. The AC output from the transformer were spot on. I was able to get 1.2-7.08 v DC filament (A),and 1.34-21.7 v DC bias (C+). All of the plate voltages (B+)were right on or up to 6% low. I am very happy with this kit and looking forward to powering some radios with it. AES makes quality kits!

Roadmaster71 - February 4th, 2017
5

I added terminal posts as I repair radios and this allows easy connections. (Sent pics) Unit works well. Since it is a mobile power supply I added a power switch in the middle. Well worth the price. Buying another for permanent install in a 1934 "farm radio" that my grand parents bought new.

Steve K - September 1st, 2016
5

fantastic and simple kit. quick to assemble with quality components. voltages were very close. I would recommend this kit.

Michael Braley - May 15th, 2016
5

I have used these on a few old light plant powered radios, AKA "farm radios". Back home we still had farms that were using Collins Radio wind generators, and wet cell batteries. These kits make those old 22.5, 45, 37.5, 60, 90 & 135 volt radios live again. I had some of the Hercules 45 volt field phone batteries handy after the 2010 hail storm, and swapped this kit for the batteries, but today's syndicated radio programming made the effort fruitless. This is a just a fun, useful kit that has brought my Coronado, Firestone, Collins, & other old chairside farm radios back to life again. Add a switch, a fuse, and some means of clamping the AC mains cord, and age the board with some stain & sunlight. After that this kit will almost look like it belongs in your old radio!! NEAT KIT!

seb-ear-aaaaox.net - May 4th, 2016
5

great kit ,good price,easy to put together, voltage out puts are weird,well below what the kit states.67 1/2 v =61v,90=71v,and 130v=71v asked for tech help no reply as of yet.

bill c akron oh - April 28th, 2016
5

ITS A GOOD POWER SUPPLY TO REPLACE BATTERIES IN SILVERTONE Farm radio. ThE only problem was I needed 135v B+ but only get 126v. BUT RADIO STILL PLAYS FINE. WOULD RECOMMEND.

jdmarcellini - March 25th, 2016
5

Antique Radio Power Supply Kit.I have built 2 of these and they operate very well.Would build others if the need arises.......Gl

George Lasko - February 16th, 2016

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