You don't have to use the long link. Just search eBay for item
#232426132876.

It's pricey because it is from one of those resellers of surplus
laboratory equipment. Who was that outfit in Texas?

The front picture reveals that the desiccant is saturated (indicator is
pink). Rear view shows blackened silver BNC connectors. These suggest
that the instrument hasn't been reconditioned to merit that price. OTOH
it could be R@@RE.

Owned a 113B a few years ago. The 1 KC stepping motor does scream. Doubt
that there's a motor in the 115.

Would be interested in a repairable unit to measure my declining years -
not for resale.

Bill Hawkins


-----Original Message-----
From: time-nuts [mailto:time-nuts-boun...@febo.com] On Behalf Of Jeremy
Nichols
Sent: Wednesday, August 09, 2017 8:12 PM

Definitely spendy. Is the 115 as noisy as the 113 (similar but w/analog
clock)? Wonder what *les douanes* would charge to get that back into
USA?
Could you claim an exemption because it was Made in USA?

Jeremy


On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 5:32 PM Tom Van Baak <t...@leapsecond.com> wrote:

> > Boy I have to say the front looks great. Good pixs to look at.
> > Price not exciting at all. But maybe someone has a spare kilo-buck.
>
> Paul,
>
> More info on the hp 115:
>
> http://hpmemoryproject.org/wb_pages/wall_b_page_01.htm
>
> /tvb
> _______________________________________________

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