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    Default 15K Scanners

    Would anyone else be interested in participating in a group buy for some cambridge clone scanners? If I can organise at least 5 people I can get these scanners for $225 per set. This will INCLUDE postage to anywhere in the world.



    Tech Specs

    -2210 Scanner Performance Parameters
    Voltage:AC220-240V/50-60HZ
    Power:60W
    Fuse:F2A 5X20mm
    Signal Input Voltage:10V
    Max Scan:200
    Rotor Intertia:0.015gm cm25%
    Torque Constant:2.4X104dyne cm/amp 5%Coil Inductance:120uh,8%
    Coil resistance:3.5O,5%

    Max average Current:1.5amps
    Small Angle Step Resonse:0.4ms,(with balanced inertia matched load)
    Linearity:98%,minimum,over 30 degrees
    Repeatability:50urad max
    Non linearity: 2%80p-p
    Plus excursion:0.05%1C max
    Null off set:0.01%1C max

    The package will include -
    2 x scanners and cables
    mounts
    drive card
    power supply



    Please indicate below if interested.

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    No interest????

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    Ok, Im Kinda interested, is there a website that has some imagery displayed? Beams? Also, here in canada/USA we use 120V , The specs show 220/240
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    OK, checking out the voltage compatability, should be OK though as its a switch mode power supply.

    Some imagery,






    I can also get a 30K version of these for $575

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    The scanners pictured have a tendency of the power amp section blowing up, mainly due to the fact the power amp is made up of discrete transistors, and not a power amp chip with inbuilt current limiting and over temp protection..

    We sold these early on, but replaced them with the current model of 15k we sell..
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    Umm, Blowing Up is Not so good, Is it?? :-) :lol:
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    hey can you post more pics of the drivecard?

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    I've blown mine today
    I never got them running to 15k
    The best I got was about 10k but that wasn't perfect.





    Jim

    ps mine were not from Quasar

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    I haven't gotten them yet but dave's 30ks came out to $614USD off eBay with expidited shipping.

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    @Quazar

    The bottom picture that shows text "LASER SHOW SYSTEMS" looks very distorted, is it or is it a peculiar font?
    Also what rate was it drawn at?

    @dave
    How much are your new 15k's?

    Jim

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