MIT EE Stockroom Cleanout, Part 2

About a week later they moved a second batch of gear. Here's an inventory of what I saw:

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Rheostats, transformers, chokes, and a pair of General Radio Type 106 G standard inductors, 1.0 milliHenry and 10 milliHenry

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Some great old rheostats

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A Tek Probe Power Supply, a bunch of lab fixtures, and a pair of Bogen amplifiers

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One of the Bogen amps.

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More lab fixtures, a monster transformer, three HP 450A wideband amplifiers, and some junk.

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A gazillion Tek 308 Data Analyzers

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Tek 308 Data Analyzer close-up

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Homebrew power supplies, scope cameras, and a pair of Clevite-Brush chart recorders.

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The scope cameras.

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A stack of 5103N scopes.

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The scopes were set up for X-Y only with just two 5A15 vertical plugins and no time-base.

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A stack of RCA WV-98A Senior VoltOhmyst VTVMs

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Close-up of the RCA VTVMs

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Top shelf: Applied Physics Corporation Model 30 Vibrating Reed Electrometer, GR counter, Keithley Model 210 electrometer, Quan-Tech Labs Model 301 AC Microammeter, old army PA speaker.

Table: two X-Y plotters, some TV monitors, something I don't recall, a row of Weston meters, and a row of Keithley Model 200 electrometers.

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On the floor, an HP 141T spectrum analyzer mainframe, a Sony TC-560D R-R tape deck, and a pair of overhead projectors.

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Army PA speaker

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Quan-Tech Labs Model 301 AC Microammeter

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Keithley Model 210 Electrometer

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General Radio Type 1153-AP counter and a Keithley Model 210 Electrometer

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Applied Physics Corporation Model 30 Vibrating Reed Electrometer

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