S&S Engineering PC1 High-Quality Programmable Frequency Counter Kit - Unbuilt

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S&S Engineering PC1 High-Quality Programmable Frequency Counter Kit - Unbuilt

59.00

In an August, 1995 review in CQ magazine, Peter Carr, N4PC, sung the praises of the S&S Engineering PC1 Programmable Frequency Counter after assembling the kit and employing it in tandem with his Ten Tec Argonaut 509 QRP transceiver. “The unit works flawlessly,” he said. Carr was quite pleased to report the PC1’s measurement was to one-tenth of a kilohertz. He noted that “the instruction manual is very well written and provides excellent detail on the construction and programming of the unit,” adding that “parts placement is very logical, and never do you find yourself in an awkward situation for placing or soldering parts.” This kit includes a beautiful enclosure and all parts are through-hole – no surface mount components. A full copy of the construction, alignment and operation manual is included in this package. Accompanying photographs show this kit’s superb quality. This counter sold for about $100 in 1993.

 

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