SBE Model 35

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w2agr
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SBE Model 35

Post by w2agr » Fri Mar 14, 2008 3:17 am

I have a model 35 in very clean condition plus 1 in all parts. Need infor on final tubes as they are missing. the xcvr works. I want to sell them. after I get them working I also have a model 34 complete with manual.
Thanks, George
73 's george

K4ICL
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Finals

Post by K4ICL » Fri Mar 14, 2008 1:06 pm

George:

The SBE 34 uses two 12DQ7 Finals and a 6GB5 driver. Perhaps the model 35 uses the same.

There is a model 34 maintenance manual on BAMA.

Cheers,

K4ICL

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Post by K9XR » Fri Mar 14, 2008 4:26 pm

Wow, I've never even heard of a SBE 35. I had an old SBE 33 that I bought new in 1965. I covered 80, 40, 20, and 15 ssb only. I believe the 34 was simular only with AC/DC power capability.

Does the SBE 35 cover all bands? I think in later years they made a larger rig called the SBE 36 and I am pretty sure it covered all the bands. Good Luck with bringing it back to life.

73,Al

wa2rqy
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Post by wa2rqy » Mon Apr 14, 2008 1:41 am

I never heard of a 35 either but
I seem to remember the SBE 36 as having a few names on it, one was ROBYN, these were digital read-out & may have been made in Japan.
There were a few other private labeled names :?:
GL...
Rich
Tnx & 73......
Rich WA2RQY/4

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