Hey fezder. Long time no chati participate in this, supopse its okay . well, actually i'm still student, standard electricians training, EE. after that, i'll study ''low'' voltages and programming in a year, 2 educations in 3-4 years. And thanks to my hobbies, it may take LESS than 3 years .
Now what are you planning to do with the stuff ?? Got space to store all etc.... Fix broken things here via posts... Sigh.oops, douple post....well i'm about to add stuff soon to my blog, got some new stuff, equipment to my lab( couple 150mhz/4 chan scopes,), and broken ones in need for repairs, (3 scopes, 5 function generators) plus other random ''trash''.....well they were ALL going to dumpster, my heart cried so much so i took liberty (and permission from teacher to scavenge) to salvage them before they went to dumpster......also, about 13 isolation transformers, variacs, etc etc...i hit jackpot, literally and, please, dont be mad to me .
well, in the name of training, attempt to repair them, what i can, and of course ask from ETO, if needed (which i think is highly likely). I try to sell those isolation transformers. Variacs i probadly keep all, about 6pcs, 4 amps rated. Oh, and isolation transformers have two 1:1 5amp windings, they should make excellent variac/isolation transformer combination. I already use those 150mhz scopes, they are absolutely great!. One broken GW-instek function generator, exactly same model which i have in working condition, should make repairing easier. Other function generators are older, but they should make good equipment too, once working of course, they have great multi-turn pots for fine adjustment!. other equipment was EPROM eraser/writer, some sort of programming device IIRC, frequancy counter, which display i highly suspect, and fm/am signal generator. And, on top of all this, 4-6 cardboard boxes full og pcb boards from CRT displays, pc PSU's, and stuff, 5 toroidial transformers, and couple more high-power PSU's. Time will show what i'll do with all this ''junk'' ....Now what are you planning to do with the stuff ??
I've been a student for over 10 years now.. I teach embedded systems on two different courses and take misc. jobs here and there. 'Been a tv-station -technician (camera, lighting, editing, repairing) for two years. Worked as art director (poster/websites/adds) for one year and as an apprentice for an artisan woodworker for years (summers). I've also worked for faculty called "Design Factory" for over a year.. We helped starter-companies with all the technical stuff they struggled.. And there was plenty. Most starter companies today have all the marketing etc. worked out, but they do not know how to actually realise their idea into a product. Bunch of business ******** -people. Fancy ideas, no practical skills. I'm not in a hurry to go to the corporate rat race. I will settle down with my own business eventually. That is the plan. Now I'm gathering all the experience and contacts I can.i participate in this, supopse its okay . well, actually i'm still student, standard electricians training, EE. after that, i'll study ''low'' voltages and programming in a year, 2 educations in 3-4 years. And thanks to my hobbies, it may take LESS than 3 years .
LOLand yes, tvtech, i have storage to all this, as my teacher said, ''look how much stuff you can pile UP, towards ceiling....many unused cupid meters, waiting to be filled....'' well, you can imagine what hes office/classroom/lab looks like