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"Kit M2" R-250M2 {Р-250М2}

'Kit M2' R-250M2 {Р-250М2}; Industrial Union (ID = 137483) Mil Re
 
'Kit M2' R-250M2 {Р-250М2}; Industrial Union (ID = 132907) Mil Re
 
'Kit M2' R-250M2 {Р-250М2}; Industrial Union (ID = 132908) Mil Re
 
'Kit M2' R-250M2 {Р-250М2}; Industrial Union (ID = 137485) Mil Re
 
'Kit M2' R-250M2 {Р-250М2}; Industrial Union (ID = 132910) Mil Re
'Kit M2' R-250M2 {Р-250М2}; Industrial Union (ID = 132715) Mil Re 'Kit M2' R-250M2 {Р-250М2}; Industrial Union (ID = 132717) Mil Re
'Kit M2' R-250M2 {Р-250М2}; Industrial Union (ID = 132718) Mil Re 'Kit M2' R-250M2 {Р-250М2}; Industrial Union (ID = 132719) Mil Re
'Kit M2' R-250M2 {Р-250М2}; Industrial Union (ID = 132720) Mil Re 'Kit M2' R-250M2 {Р-250М2}; Industrial Union (ID = 132721) Mil Re
'Kit M2' R-250M2 {Р-250М2}; Industrial Union (ID = 132722) Mil Re 'Kit M2' R-250M2 {Р-250М2}; Industrial Union (ID = 132723) Mil Re
'Kit M2' R-250M2 {Р-250М2}; Industrial Union (ID = 132724) Mil Re 'Kit M2' R-250M2 {Р-250М2}; Industrial Union (ID = 132725) Mil Re
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'Kit M2' R-250M2 {Р-250М2}; Industrial Union (ID = 132715) Mil Re
Industrial Union: "Kit M2" R-250M2 {Р-250М2} [Mil Re] ID = 132715 528x529
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Pour le modèle 'Kit M2' R-250M2 {Р-250М2}, Industrial Union Proton; Charkov (Ukraine), see Charkov Radio Works N°158:
Kaunas Lithuania
 
Pays:  Union Soviétique
Fabricant / Marque:  Industrial Union Proton; Charkov (Ukraine), see Charkov Radio Works N°158
Année: 1966–1981 Catégorie: Récepteur militaire
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Principe général Super hétérodyne, conversion double ou triple
Gammes d'ondes Bandes en notes.
Particularités
Tension / type courant Alimentation externe ou alimentation principale. / 127/220/12 Volt
Haut-parleur - This model requires external speaker(s).
Puissance de sortie
De Radiomuseum.org Modèle: "Kit M2" R-250M2 {Р-250М2} - Industrial Union Proton;
Matière Boitier métallique
Forme Boatanchor (> 20 kg)
Dimensions (LHP) 660 x 472 x 445 mm / 26 x 18.6 x 17.5 inch
Remarques

Successor of R-250M. 1.5-25.5 MHz in 12 ranges (turret tuner), with optional extension kit four additional ranges up to 33.5 MHz, AM/SSB/CW, optical projection tuning scale, motor driven AFC. 1st IF 1500-3500 kHz, 2nd IF 215 kHz. Variable IF bandwith from 1 to 14 kHz, LF filters for 0.3/2.5/5/8 kHz. Needs external power supply (WHD 305 x 220 x 250 mm, 12 Kg; DC 160 Volts, AC 6.3 Volts), or special 12 Volts DC/DC power transverter for mobile use.

R-250, R-250M and R-250M2 where the most prominent and remarkable Russian short wave receivers. The receiver line produced and modernised from 1948 until 1981. The designer was Anton Antonovich Saveliev, Yuri Alexandrov (U1SX) and others. The project was started in 1940 and finalished in 1946 - 1949. First named AS-1 and AS-2 (designers initials) The set took the Stalin Premium prize in the early 50's. While working on the design numerous other developments were taken into account, but no examples were actually obtained, so it is basically an original Russian design. AS-2 is an early version of R-250 and identical to it. Only the labels are different. Very few AS sets were produced, so it is a rare thing among the R-250 series radios. The design is very rugged. The set comes in a cabinet with two compartments and is made from Aluminium (Silumin) castings which are used on chassis etc.

All R-250 series produced from 1949 till 1981 largely in Charkov Radio Works (later IU "Proton") and some in other factories. Name "Kit" - translated "Whale". The receiver was mainly used in soviet and her allied armed forces. Later often found in HAM radio clubstations.

Poids net 95 kg / 209 lb 4 oz (209.251 lb)
Source -- Original-techn. papers.
Littérature V.I. Shapkin, The Red Ears, Moscow 2003
Schémathèque (1) LTC William L. Howard, Largo

Modèle crée par Zenonas Langaitis. Voir les propositions de modification pour les contributeurs supplémentaires.



Tous les appareils de Industrial Union Proton; Charkov (Ukraine), see Charkov Radio Works N°158
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