|Name:||Conar Instruments; Washington (DC) (USA)|
Conar Instruments Company of Washington, D.C. is an expansion of the National Radio Institute's student supply division that functioned primarily to supply test equipment to NRI students and graduates. In fact, the name 'Conar' is rather tortuously derived from the first letters of 'COmpany, NAtional Radio.' Conar was thus able to enter the market with a complete series of radio-TV test-equipment kits of proven design developed by NRI's technical staff.
Presently, Conar offers about twenty different kits with more in the developmental stage Some are rather unusual and exotic, such as their Model BOO closed-circuit TV camera kit that can be used with any TV set as a monitor and their metal locator kit that should go big with treasure hunters.
This manufacturer was suggested by Alexandre Lavoie-Girard.
|USA||65||Transmitter 400||6DQ6B||3 bands: 80, 40, 15 meter; CW only. DC plate output power is 25 watts Price is for the...|
|USA||65||Receiver 500||6BE6||3 bands: 80, 40, 15 meter; AM and CW. Price is for kit offered by NRI (National Radio I...|
|USA||66||Transistor Receiver Kit 291UK||2N407||This was a kit that may have also been part of a mail order electronics course by NRI (...|
|USA||70||CONAR Transistor Radio 7TUK||This US CONAR kit was likely part of an NRI (National Radio Institute) mail order train...|
|USA||66||AC-DC Radio Kit 7YUK||12BE6||This kit radio was probably also supplied as part of a mail order NRI training co...|
|USA||65||Tube Tester 221|
|USA||67/68||Color Generator 680||As kit: $ 83.50|
|USA||76||Conar Appliance Tester 200||This is a portable tool for measuring resistance and ac current, ac voltage.|
|USA||70||Tuned Signal Tracer 231||Conar Tuned Signal Tracer 231; For tracing signals, AM/FM radio, RF, IF & AF.|
|USA||61||Signal Tracer 230||6AB4||Conar (Tuned) Signal Tracer 230 (KIT); For tracing signals, AM radio, RF, IF & AF. 6A...|
|USA||68||Tube Tester 223||Auch als Bausatz|
|USA||75||TV Pattern Generator 682||Conar 682 TV Pattern Generator; Six test patterns, NTSC FCC standard, color control, soun...|
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