[Skimmertalk] More Red Pitaya 14:1 HF transformers available soon
Bob Wilson, N6TV
n6tv at arrl.net
Wed Oct 4 14:05:22 EDT 2017
Thanks to a great response, the first batch of Red Pitaya 14:1 impedance
transformers sold out in less than 24 hours. USPS reports that all
domestic shipments should be delivered by the end of today.
I've ordered another batch of transformers from the company, and they
should arrive soon. I'll begin accepting new orders on my web site
<http://www.kkn.net/~n6tv/XFMR> as soon as they arrive.
Regarding shipments direct from Europe, the CEO of the Red Pitaya company
just wrote to me:
"... we are rebuilding the whole web page due to some issues we have and it
will take some time to fix everything and launch a new page. Till than we
will not be selling the transformer boards."
That being the case, I will be happy to ship to any country served by the
USPS. Standard Flat Rate Priority shipping is expensive (USD $32.25), but
it seems I can ship via slower "First Class International Package" rates of
about USD $13.00 (varies by country). Unfortunately, using PayPal, I have
to configure shipping prices individually for each country.
If you want me to ship overseas, and are *not* in one of the following
countries, please send me an email (off list), and I will add a shipping
option for your country:
On Fri, Sep 29, 2017 at 2:08 AM, Bob Wilson, N6TV <n6tv at arrl.net> wrote:
> I've received a limited quantity of 14:1 HF impedance transformers from
> the Red Pitaya company for resale here in the U.S. and Canada. I can also
> ship to Japan. For other countries, please contact me directly, and I'll
> try to calculate the shipping cost.
> Even if you don't have a Red Pitaya yet, but plan to order one soon from
> Mouser, I suggest ordering a transformer now, so you will be ready to go.
> If you want to connect a 50 to 75 ohm HF antenna to a Red Pitaya with or
> without pre-amp, I think this new transformer board, designed and assembled
> by the Red Pitaya company, provides the best match to the bypassed inputs,
> in a nice neat package with male and female SMA connectors.
> Details and photos, plus screen shots of one rather dramatic case of
> significant performance improvement (at my QTH) can be found on my web
> site, here:
> To expedite distribution of these transformers, I'm accepting orders via
> PayPal only. But credit cards are OK; you do not have to have open a
> PayPal account. I'm also using USPS Priority Mail flat rate shipping.
> *To order, please use the Add to Cart button on the web page.* Orders
> placed today will arrive early next week.
> Due to the limited supply, I'm temporarily accepting orders for a maximum
> of 4 transformers per customer (enough for both antenna inputs of two Red
> Pitaya receivers). When they sell out, well, I don't know how long it will
> take to get more transformers from the Red Pitaya company, so as they say,
> "Don't delay!"
> Thanks for your consideration.
> Bob, N6TV
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