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KX# power supply

Peter E. Beedlow
Stumbled across this site http://lcd-adapter.com/ while looking for a small
power supply for my KX3. Does anyone have any experience with their
products?      

 

Pete, NN9K

 

 

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Re: KX# power supply

Jeff Herr
You will want something that is rated for 14v.

Closer to 13.8.

Youll have full tx power and internal battery charge capability


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Subject: [Elecraft] KX# power supply

Stumbled across this site http://lcd-adapter.com/ while looking for a small
power supply for my KX3. Does anyone have any experience with their
products?      

 

Pete, NN9K

 

 

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Re: KX# power supply

Alan Hawrylyshen
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One thing to watch for. None of those will drive the battery charger. It needs 13.7 (?) volts to operate. Speaking from experience.

Alan
K2ACK

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On Jan 6, 2013, at 8:28, "Peter E. Beedlow" <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Stumbled across this site http://lcd-adapter.com/ while looking for a small
> power supply for my KX3. Does anyone have any experience with their
> products?      
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> Pete, NN9K
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Re: KX# power supply

N0AZZ
I ended up buying the MFJ power supply for the FT-817 small and will supply
radios up to 20w. I hope this will work I'm trying it anyway and see if it
meets all the requirements needed. They were in stock at HRO $49.95, I have
a Samlex 1223 that has been out of use for a while for a spare if needed
they are not the smallest but lightweight and very quiet.

Fred/NoAZZ

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One thing to watch for. None of those will drive the battery charger. It
needs 13.7 (?) volts to operate. Speaking from experience.

Alan
K2ACK

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On Jan 6, 2013, at 8:28, "Peter E. Beedlow" <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Stumbled across this site http://lcd-adapter.com/ while looking for a
> small power supply for my KX3. Does anyone have any experience with their
> products?      
>
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>
> Pete, NN9K
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Re: KX# power supply

Bob Nielsen-2
I have used the MFJ-4103 several times with my K2 without any problems.  The output voltage isn't enough to charge the battery.   I couldn't detect any switching noise, but didn't use it on 160 or 80.

Bob, N7XY

On Jan 6, 2013, at 10:05 AM, Fred Smith <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I ended up buying the MFJ power supply for the FT-817 small and will supply
> radios up to 20w. I hope this will work I'm trying it anyway and see if it
> meets all the requirements needed. They were in stock at HRO $49.95, I have
> a Samlex 1223 that has been out of use for a while for a spare if needed
> they are not the smallest but lightweight and very quiet.
>
> Fred/NoAZZ
>
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Alan Hawrylyshen
> Sent: Sunday, January 06, 2013 10:57 AM
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> Cc: <[hidden email]>
> Subject: Re: [Elecraft] KX# power supply
>
> One thing to watch for. None of those will drive the battery charger. It
> needs 13.7 (?) volts to operate. Speaking from experience.
>
> Alan
> K2ACK
>
> Sent from my mobile device.
>
> On Jan 6, 2013, at 8:28, "Peter E. Beedlow" <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> Stumbled across this site http://lcd-adapter.com/ while looking for a
>> small power supply for my KX3. Does anyone have any experience with their
>> products?      
>>
>>
>>
>> Pete, NN9K
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