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Posts: 1
Registered: July 2013
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Working AN/LST-5C w/ antennas
Quantity Views Date Posted
1 558 Tue July 16, 2013
Asking Price Shipping Amount Condition
SOLD! ($1,200.00) None Excellent
Description:



Genuine working AN/LST-5C that comes with everything in the pictures.


Hard shell case


Battery box with charged 5590, I could maybe get a couple more. Ask if interested.


H-350 handset


AC/DC power supply (sorry no cable from power supply to outlet)


Also included is a gently used working AV-2040 Satellite antenna.


Antenna comes with carrying case


One piece of RG-58 with BNC on one end N type on other


and one director.


The antenna is in great condition (see pictures).


I have not weighted the radio with the case and antenna to calculate shipping. If you are interested in the radio send me an email and I'll run the numbers.




EDIT: Please let me know if you all think this is a competitive price. I'm not trying to take advantage of anyone. I just want to charge a fair price. The same thing goes for my wattmeter I have for sale.



Thanks for looking,


/r


Michael


 

Keywords: AV-2040 satcom LST-5 LST-5C lst5 lst5c



airwolfbell222
Member

Registered: December 2009
Location: Renton, WA
Posts: 150
Comment Date: Tue July 16, 2013
Hi Michael,When you say there is no cable from the ac/dc unit to the outlet, is that cable a hard to find item? Also you said the battery is charged... are you able to charge the battery yourself or is it a one time only use item? Where are you located?
Procyan

Registered: July 2013
Posts: 1
Comment Date: Tue July 16, 2013



Thanks for the questions.


The part that would be hardest to find would be the cannon plug connection but, if you don't mind not having a cannon plug connection; you could remove the plug and directly solder wires with a plug to the wires in the converter.


The battery currently in the radio is a 5590 non-rechargeable Lithium sulfur dioxide I've been using for testing.


I'm located in the state of New York.


/r


Michael




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