Thank you Don,
for this. When you have a moment would you kindly send me the text file.
Please understand that I'm not planning to "shop" your creation. It's strictly for my personal use. A few years ago I purchased a completed 160m board from another ham. Now I'd like to do one myself.
Advance tnx es 72,
> To: 4sqrp@...; w2sh@...
> From: 4sqrp@...
> Date: Sun, 7 Jun 2015 00:49:02 -0400
> Subject: Re: [4sqrp] Re: New kits
> I do not mind sharing my instructions for putting the K1 on 160 meters.
> The information is below.
> I can send it as a text file for anyone who needs more than the in-line
> Don W3FPR
> Not quite a full "Elecraft" 160m & 80m board, but you can do it this way -
> > order a 2 band board for 80m and any other band, PLUS, order the
> > components (Elecraft has them all except the crystal) - here are the
> > instructions for how I did it: --
> > maybe you can make a deal with someone at Elecraft to ship a ''1 band
> > and the other needed parts"
> > I ordered the following from Elecraft:
> > Capacitors:
> > 2 - E530002 1500 pf capacitor
> > 3 - E530003 2700 pf capacitor
> > 2 - E530005 1200 pf capacitor
> > 2 - E530035 1800 pf capacitor
> > 2 - E530052 560 pf capacitor
> > 2 - E530053 680 pf capacitor
> > 1 - E530058 12 pf capacitor
> > Inductors:
> > 1 - E690007 33 uh inductor
> > 2 - E690001 4.7 uh variable inductor (wide tuning slot)
> > Toroid cores:
> > 2 - E680001 T44-1 or T50-1 toroid cores (blue color)
> > I also ordered a 9.800 mHz crystal (HC-49 case 20 pf load
> capacitance) from
> > International Crystal Manufacturing www.icmfg.com.
> > If you are planning to use the K1 ATU with this board, you should
> also order
> > the P1 (3 pin) and P2 (10 pin - 5 x 2) headers from Elecraft.
> > The parts from Elecraft (without the headers) were less than $15 and the
> > crystal was priced at $17.95 - not an unreasonable price IMHO.
> > I assembled the 2 band board with the 80 meter components in the band 2
> > locations as indicated in the instructions - except for L5 and L6
> were left
> > empty at this time.
> > Next, the low- pass toroids were wound with 21 turns (20 inches of
> wire) on
> > the T50-1 (blue) cores, and soldered into the L9 and L10 positions.
> > The 4.7 uH variable inductors were soldered in the positions for L5
> and L6.
> > On the bottom of the board, 1200 pf capacitors were soldered across
> L5 and
> > L6 (the outer pins on the side of the can with 3 pins).
> > The 33 uH inductor goes into the position marked for C13. Form the leads
> > under the inductor body so that the leads fit into the holes - my
> > is parallel with the board and tucked between the bandpass filter cans.
> > Mount the 9.8 mHz crystal at the X1 position and solder the grounding
> > to the side of the can (or top if you prefer).
> > The remaining capacitors are fitted into the following positions:
> > C1 & C5 - 680 pf
> > C2 & C4 - 2700 pf
> > C3 - 12 pf
> > C11 & C15 - 1800 pf
> > C12 & C14 - 560 pf
> > C21 & C23 - 1500 pf
> > C22 - 2700 pf
> > You should now have all the holes filled, and can proceed to align the 2
> > band board following the instructions in the K1 manual. Mine came up
> > no trouble at all.
> > 73,
> > Don W3FPR
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