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Call Sign : m3kbd/2e0kbd/m0kbd Posts : 138 Times Thanked : 2 Join date : 2019-07-04 QTH or Location : stockton on tees Equipment Used : kenwood ts 2000x ascom 70mhz icom vlf/hf/uhf receivers multiband antennas Age : 63
Subject: super star 70/72 amp Wed Aug 24, 2022 2:22 pm
hi i have a superstar 13.8 volt 70/72 amp power supply i bought it about 20 years ago it works very well i cant lift it from under the bench amp/volt meter i wonder if there are still in producttion or some one uses one thanks for looking paul m0kbd 73s
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Call Sign : 26-CT-3228 / M7VIC Posts : 4666 Times Thanked : 301 Join date : 2019-11-10 QTH or Location : Bedford Equipment Used : Various
Subject: Re: super star 70/72 amp Wed Aug 24, 2022 3:19 pm
I've got to admit that I don't know of the 'Superstar' power supply obviously being a linear type if it's that heavy. (Must be one hell of a size transformer in there for that amount of current!)
The only heavy linear type power supplies I ever knew of were the famous Astron's.
I remember you making mention of it before and just had to search the forum, sure enough :-