[time-nuts] eBay and oven oscillators
johnday at wordsnimages.com
Fri Apr 7 12:39:12 EDT 2006
Just look again next week!
Ebay is an amazing movable feast of stuff. No, I don't think we are
driving prices up, down or sideways. But ebay isn't DigiKey, you can
get anything you want - but maybe not today.
Also think laterally. A few months ago I needed something like an HP
10811 10MHz oscillator, at the time they were going for near $100, so
I bought a 5328 counter with the high stab option for $27, pulled the
module out and sold the carcass for $15 for parts.
Keep hunting, you will find them.
At 08:20 AM 4/7/2006, you wrote:
>I just bought an ovenized 5MHz oscillator (24V unfortunately) for I
> >Just curious if you time-nuts are driving prices up.
> >A year or more back I was shopping for some 5 or 10 MHz ovenized
> >oscillators. 12V or less for input was a desirable feature. I found a
> >few at not too bad prices.
> >Tonight, I decided to have a look and see if I could find some more.
> >Well there are a few listed. Most are only from "buy it now" sellers.
> >Nothing looked interesting at the features or prices asked.
> >Is my timing (no pun) just bad or have the good deals all been eaten by
> >eBay pro money grabbers?
> >Are there any good deals left for basic crystal source devices? Maybe I
> >have to shop for messed up test equipment that I know has good timing
> >references in them?
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