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  Reply # 1217426 19-Jan-2015 11:06
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It's a Flux Capacitor...cool





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  Reply # 1217930 19-Jan-2015 22:28
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Looks like an anchor to me.

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  Reply # 1217932 19-Jan-2015 22:37
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wasabi2k: Highly specific Telco Grade rack gear with someone asking what it is...

Either it fell off the back of a truck, someone found it on trademe/ebay or someone just cleaned out a Data Centre.



Give that man a prize. :-)  Sold for $96 Sunday just gone.


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  Reply # 1217954 19-Jan-2015 23:34
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wasabi2k: Highly specific Telco Grade rack gear with someone asking what it is...

Either it fell off the back of a truck, someone found it on trademe/ebay or someone just cleaned out a Data Centre.



Give that man a prize. :-)  Sold for $96 Sunday just gone.


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Hey, that's a really good idea!  From the results I'd say the TradeMe winner got himself a bargain at $96 (You'd never convince me that a female would buy something like that).

Heck,  I just notices the eBay price is in GBP, so at £1250 that's about NZ$2425... and they got it for $96!

BTW,  Looks like GRIS still has a few bugs to iron out:





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  Reply # 1217960 19-Jan-2015 23:52
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Good thing I didn't find that auction. As I would have bidded on it. I would have then set about modifying it to instead work with 12V. So this power supply could be put into retirement.

As it was made in 1981. A stack of them were used to produce the 50vDC for telephone systems.





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