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SCR-509 BC-620-A

SCR-509 BC-620-A; MILITARY France, (ID = 982889) Military
 
SCR-509 BC-620-A; MILITARY France, (ID = 982890) Military
 
SCR-509 BC-620-A; MILITARY France, (ID = 1746574) Military
SCR-509 BC-620-A; MILITARY France, (ID = 534110) Military SCR-509 BC-620-A; MILITARY France, (ID = 534111) Military
SCR-509 BC-620-A; MILITARY France, (ID = 1746575) Military SCR-509 BC-620-A; MILITARY France, (ID = 1746576) Military
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SCR-509 BC-620-A; MILITARY France, (ID = 534110) Military
MILITARY France,: SCR-509 BC-620-A [Military] ID = 534110 933x658
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For model SCR-509 BC-620-A, MILITARY France, production militaire commune:
Bild von der Ham Radio 2008: Gerät aus dem Einsatz bei der französischen Armee.
 
Country:  France
Manufacturer / Brand:  MILITARY France, production militaire commune
Year: 1942 Category: Military Equipment (not Re, Tr or RXT)
Valves / Tubes 13: 1LN5 1LN5 1LN5 1LN5 1LC6 1LH4 3B7 3B7 3D6 3D6 3D6 3D6 1R4
Main principle Superheterodyne (common); ZF/IF 2880 kHz
Wave bands Short Wave (SW only)
Details
Power type and voltage Storage and/or dry batteries / 6; 12; 24 Volt
Loudspeaker - For headphones or amp.
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: SCR-509 BC-620-A - MILITARY France, production
Material Metal case
Notes Frequenzbereich 20MHz bis 27,9MHz in 80 Kanälen (Steckquarze)
Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg) 15 kg / 33 lb 0.6 oz (33.04 lb)
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military: BC-620/659 transceiver use
Martin Bösch
11.Dec.08
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The U.S. Army BC-620 transceiver, covering two crystal controlled channels out of 80 in the 20 - 27 MHz range, output power 1 watt, is used in several configurations:

SCR-509: Manpack set, BC-620 transceiver, uses batteries BA-39, BA-40, BA-41, 8 ft telescopic whip antenna. TM 11-605.

SCR-510: Vehicular set, BC-620 transceiver, PE-97 power unit, PE-120 vibrapack, AN-45 antenna, can be operated from 6 V or 12 V car battery. TM 11-605.

The very similar U.S. Army BC-659 transceiver, covering two crystal controlled channels out of 120 in the 27 - 39 MHz range (field artillery), output power 1 watt, is also used in several configurations:

SCR-609: Manpack set, BC-659 transceiver, uses batteries BA-39, BA-40, BA-41, 13 ft telescopic whip or emergency 27 ft wire antenna. TM 11-615.

SCR-610: Vehicular set, BC-659 transceiver and vibrapack PE-117,  can be operated from 6 V or 12 V car battery. TM 11-615.

Refurbished surplus sets have also been used by:

Swiss Army as REX or SE-201/m (SCR-610 with BC-659)
French Army: BC-620

I hope this will help to sort out these similar "jeep sets". Further informations are greatly appreciated.
Kind regards Martin Boesch

 

 
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