Icom IC-735 Main Tuning Sensor Replacement Assembled PCB

A direct replacement main tuning encoder/sensor fully assembled PCB only. For use on Icom IC-735, IC-761, IC-765, IC-781, IC-275, IC-375 and IC-475 radios only. Can be used with 4 wire or 6 wire connections, depends on wire harness and connector being used. Customer must transfer wire harness from old PCB to new PCB, hook-up diagram included. Good soldering skills required however for an extra $10 in labor cost you can ship (shipping/handling to/from Sultantronics paid by customer) your sensor to Sultantronics and we can transfer the wire harness to the new PCB and test the sensor assembly for you.

Please email Bruce (at) Sultantronics (dot) com to make arrangments if you would like this done.

 

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(for assembled PCB only)

Assembled Sensor PCB only just $20 + shipping/handling (USA only)

 

 

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    Relay Saver for ICOM 706 & 7000 Series Transceiver

This Relay Saver model is designed to work with the 706/7000 radio's HSEND signal on the 13 pin accessory jack. Only 3 connections are needed from this jack, 12 volts, HSEND and ground. Hook-up instructions included.

As with the plain relay saver there are four models to choose from (LVP, LVN, HVP, HVN) depending on your linear's keying circuit.

 
LVP for positive voltages less than 60 volts DC.
HVP for positive voltages higher than 60 up to 180 volts DC.
LVN for negative voltages less than 60 volts DC.
HVN for negative voltages higher than 60 up to 180 volts DC.

 

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Relay Saver 706 Model + 13PIN
Relay Saver 706 Model NO 13PIN

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    Beverage Antenna Port Saver for ICOM 756 Series Transceiver

The Beverage receive antenna port on ICOM 756 (PRO , PRO2 & PRO3 also) has no internal disconnect circuit (when the port is activated) when going to transmit. If the Rx antenna and Tx antenna are to close together or a linear is being used excessive RF can be coupled in causing damage to the radio's front end circuitry. The Beverage Antenna Port Saver is used to disconnect the Rx antenna and grounds the Rx port to protect the input from excessive RF coupling. A 7 pin DIN connector is provided to plug into the radio's 7 pin accessory jack picking up SEND, ground and 12 volts from the radio.

A short coax cable with RCA type plugs on each end is the only other thing required to hook this unit up to the radio.

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    Relay Saver for Keying Linear Amps


End expensive repair to your radio with this solid state electronic switch. No moving parts. No external DC voltage required (power comes from linear's internal keying circuit). Fast switching speed, great for fast QSK operation. NOTE! This model is for rigs that use a RELAY to key a linear. DONOT use this model on rigs that have solid state switching (Open collector). For solid state switching type rigs use the 706/7000 model as long as there is 13 volts available. Four models to choose from depending on your linear's keying circuit: (Please refer to your linears op manual for keying specifications before making a selection.)
 
LVP for positive voltages less than 60 volts DC.
HVP for positive voltages higher than 60 up to 180 volts DC.
LVN for negative voltages less than 60 volts DC.
HVN for negative voltages higher than 60 up to 180 volts DC.

Email:

bruce(at)sultantronics(dot)com on your voltage requirements if 180 volts is not high enough or if you have any questions.

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Relay Saver Model
 
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