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ML-1000

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ML-1000; Mechanikai (ID = 385524) Commercial Re
Mechanikai: ML-1000 [Commercial Re] ID = 385524 537x700
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For model ML-1000, Mechanikai Laboratórium (ML); Budapest:
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Country:  Hungary
Manufacturer / Brand:  Mechanikai Laboratórium (ML); Budapest
Year: 1960 ?? Category: Commercial Receiver (may include amateur bands)
Valves / Tubes 27:
schematic requested
Main principle Superhet, double/triple conversion; ZF/IF 1378/78 kHz
Wave bands Short Wave (SW only)
Details
Power type and voltage Powered by external power supply or a main unit. / 110-220 Volt
Loudspeaker - For headphones or amp.
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: ML-1000 - Mechanikai Laboratórium ML;
Material Metal case
Shape Boatanchor (heavy military or commercial set >20 kg).
Dimensions (WHD) 600 x 740 x 50 mm / 23.6 x 29.1 x 2 inch
Notes Commercial receiver covering 1,5 - 30 MHz in 6 ranges (1,5-3 / 3-6 / 6-12 / 12-18 / 18-24 / 24-30 MHz), AM, CW/SSB (BFO).
Optical projection dial, IF bandwidths 0,4 / 1,3 / 3 / 6,8 / 12 KHz, three AVC time sonstants 0,2/2/10 seconds, three position noise limiter, AF filters 1,5 / 1,5 / 6 kHz. Swtichable Meter control anode voltages and other voltages and currents.
The receiver comes in three cast aluminium frames:
Power Supply ML1000/A, 10 silicium diodes, 3 tubes OD3/VR150 and 2 "current regulators" 8-24V 0,6A.
Frequency synthesizer ML1000/S, 9 tubes E83F, 3 tubes E88CC, one E81H, one EM80 and one ECC82.
Receiver frame ML1000/V with EF85 EF85 E81H ECC82 ECC802S EBF89 EBF80 E83F ECC802S ECC802S ECL82 ECC82.
Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg) 95 kg / 209 lb 4 oz (209.251 lb)
Source of data - - Data from my own collection

Model page created by Georges Werts. See "Data change" for further contributors.



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