[time-nuts] Advice on Austron 1250A
dgminala at mediacombb.net
Sun Aug 19 03:46:49 UTC 2012
The 1250A can be disciplined. Control voltage is -5V to +5V.
Tom Knox wrote:
> Hi Dave,
> My mistake, I thought the 1250A was disciplined like the 2110. Sorry
> for the misleading post. I personally would look for something that
> can act as a clean up oscillator. Best Wishes;
> Thomas Knox
>> From: dgminala at mediacombb.net
>> To: time-nuts at febo.com
>> Date: Sat, 18 Aug 2012 20:23:45 -0500
>> Subject: [time-nuts] Advice on Austron 1250A
>> Does anyone in the group have any experience or advice on the
>> Austron 1250A Crystal Frequency Standard? I have a chance to buy
>> one for $250 tomorrow at a local hamfest, but can't find anything in
>> the archives on them. It's very clean, and the seller says that it
>> is in perfect working order. He's local to the area, so I can
>> easily get back with him in case of troubles.
>> I have a PDF of the manual, so maintenance shouldn't be a problem
>> (barring parts unavailability).
>> Good deal, or pass it up for a lower priced unit? Or
>> recommendations for a different mfr/model? Price is a
>> consideration; that's one of the reason I'm interested in this unit.
>> Manual states long-term stability of <5x10e-11 per day after 90 days.
>> Thanks for advice,
>> Dave M
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