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FM Stereo Modulator 219A

FM Stereo Modulator 219A; Boonton Radio Corp.; (ID = 1602477) Equipment
 
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FM Stereo Modulator 219A; Boonton Radio Corp.; (ID = 1856353) Equipment
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For model FM Stereo Modulator 219A, Boonton Radio Corp.; Boonton, New Jersey
 
Country:  United States of America (USA)
Manufacturer / Brand:  Boonton Radio Corp.; Boonton, New Jersey
Year: 1961 Category: Service- or Lab Equipment
Valves / Tubes 18: 6AU8A 6DR7 7199 7543 12AU7A 12AT7 6X4 0G3 8-4
Semiconductors (the count is only for transistors) 1N1764 1N662 1N34A 1N1763
Main principle Audio-Amplification
Wave bands - without
Details
Power type and voltage Alternating Current supply (AC) / 105-125; 210-250 Volt
Loudspeaker - - No sound reproduction output.
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: FM Stereo Modulator 219A - Boonton Radio Corp.; Boonton,
Material Metal case
Shape Tablemodel, low profile (big size).
Dimensions (WHD) 16.75 x 5.03125 x 18.375 inch / 425 x 128 x 467 mm
Notes

The FM Stereo Modulator Type 219A and a suitable FM Signal Generator; viz., BRC Type 202H, will provide the complete composite signal simulating the transmitted information of a commercial FM Stereo broadcast. With the internal audio oscillators in the 219A and the 202H, no other equipment is required. The output of the 219A may also be fed directly into the FM Stereo demodulator of an FM receiver.

A peak reading metering system, calibrated in "Percent System Deviation", is provided for setting and monitoring the levels of the individual subcarriers.

The FM Stereo Modulator is completely self-contained and is housed in a single cabinet which may be adapted for standard rack mounting.

Each tube and diode type listed once only. Price as of 1965.

This device needs a mains cable with PH-163 connector.

Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg) 35 lb (35 lb 0 oz) / 15.890 kg
Price in first year of sale 975.00 US$
Source of data -- Original-techn. papers.
Mentioned in - - Manufacturers Literature (Boonton Radio, The Notebook; Fall, 1961, Number 30)
Literature/Schematics (1) - - Manufacturers Literature (Catalog: hp Electronic Test Instruments, 1965, p.210)

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Boonton Radio Corp.;: FM Stereo Modulator 219A
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boonton: 219A; FM Stereo Modulator: Mains socket
Bernhard Nagel
14.Jul.15
  1

Does anybody knows this mains plug from the Boonton Stereo Modulator 219A:

I'm looking for a matching mains cable or the socket alone. The pins measure 3.3 mm in thickness, inner dimensions of the plug are 26.5 x 13 mm, outer pin spacing is 16 mm.

Maybe a common connector in the early 1960s, but nowadays [at least in Germany] no longer obtainable.

Thanks for looking,
Bernhard

Hans M. Knoll
14.Jul.15
  2

Hello Mr. Nagel.

H&P use in Europe the same Mains-Connector.

See here-  

and also here

and in many more Models. in  the sixties. One sample named "BELDEN" 7A 125V

or one. "dL"  (only)  ðL

Regards Knoll

Bernhard Nagel
15.Jul.15
  3

Thanks, Mr. Knoll!

Indeed, this connector also has been used with other equipment. Found a picture in the www:

Maybe someone has such a power cord available which is no longer needed, thank you.

 
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