For those not so lucky to get this one there is one almost identical except it comes with a snap apart PC board case available from the GQRP Club. I built one a few hears ago and it works great. The 4SQRP version is also neat. I use mine often with good results. Seems these tuners are the rage these days.
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On Jun 12, 2017, at 10:15 AM, 'Jim Sheldon' email@example.com [4sqrp] <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
For sale, a wired & tested QRP Guys Multi Z Tuner, 40-10 meters. BNC in/out as well as balanced line / single wire (with counterpoise) terminals. Terminals switchable for HI-Z / Low-Z impedance range. Built in absorbtion (LED) type SWR indicator.
Pretty versatile little tuner but I was given a switchable 80-10 meter portable tuner that's totally encased (I do occasionally use an amplifier in the field) that will handle 100 watts (this one is rated at 10) I don't need the Multi Z and am offering it here first in case anyone needs a good little tuner.
I built this one and got in a bit of a hurry on winding the toroid. Had to remove and rewind it. During the process of unsoldering the wires, I lifted one pad for the H1 terminal. Fortunately it was on the underside of the board and not connected to a trace. I was able to get a good solder connection to that wire on the top side of the board when I installed the rewound toroid and everything works well, just a missing pad on the bottom. (see pictures). Printed copy of the instructions (same printout I used to build it) will be included.
QRP Guys sell this for $35 on their website. I'm asking $22.50 (15 for the tuner, 7.50 small flat rate box shipping). PayPal preferred to email@example.com but I will take a money order (ships same day funds received).
Interested? Please contact me off the reflector to limit clutter. firstname.lastname@example.org.
As usual, first "I'll take it" gets right of first refusal.
Jim Sheldon, W0EB
Park City, KS