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Clansman Trailing Wire Antenna for PRC-350, PRC-351, PRC-352
Clansman Trailing Wire Antenna for PRC-350, PRC-351, PRC-352 Man-Pack radios. The antenna plugs in to the antenna socket of the radio, total length 120 Cm (47 inch). NSN: 5820-99-620-8346. Supplied in very good condition.
£12.50 (Approximately US$ 16.00)
Clansman 1.2 Meter MK6 Whip Antenna for PRC-350, PRC-351, PRC-352
Clansman 1.2 Meter MK6 Whip Antenna for PRC-350, PRC-351, PRC-352 Man-Pack radios. There are 4 sections to this antenna, when erected the total length is 120 Cm (47 inch). The antenna plugs in to the antenna socket of the radio. Supplied in very good condition. NSN: 5985-99-661-6201.
£18.50 (Approximately US$ 23.68)
Clansman PRC-351 Selective Unit RF 4 Watt SURF
The Clansman Selective Unit Radio Frequency SURF 4 Watt for use with the Clansman PRC-351 VHF radio set. The SURF is used when more than one radio is used in close proximately and prevents one radio interfering with the other radio. The SURF is then tuned to give optimum performance and achieve maximum range with the radio set. NSN: 5820-99-630-6142. Supplied in good condition.
£38.00 (Approximately US$ 48.64)
Centre Junction Dipole Balun
This is a Clansman Centre Junction Dipole Balun. A Balun is a device that interfaces or matches the balanced antenna input of a radio to an unbalanced antenna load and is mainly connected to HF man-pack radios connected to a dipole wire antenna. The word Balun is derived from the words of BALanced to UNbalanced. A common example of where a Balun would be needed is at the feed point of a dipole antenna when a coaxial antenna wire from a radio is used. If a Balun is not used then the radios performance would be affected. NSN: 5985-99-620-9535. Supplied in good condition.
£32.50 (Approximately US$ 41.60)
Clansman PRC-351 & PRC-352 Back-Pack Frame Adaptor
The Clansman PRC-351 & PRC-352 Back-Pack Adaptor. Screws on to the side of the radio allowing the radio to be mounted on a Clansman GS or a Light Weight carry frame. Supplied with fixing screws.
£8.50 (Approximately US$ 10.88)
Clansman Commanders Personal Unit (CPU)
The Clansman Commanders Personal Unit (CPU) which is held by a webbing strap around around the commanders neck. It gives access to the harness with intercom and radio facilities or direct in to a radio. Call is available when working harness or radio direct. It is used with ear-defending headgear and is fitted with snatch release from both headgear and neck-strap. NSN: 5820-99-117-5043. Supplied in good condition.
£18.50 (Approximately US$ 23.68)
BC-1000 Noise Canceling Microphone T-45
The T-45 microphone can be used with most war time American radios such as the BC-1000, BC-1306, GRC-9. The microphone is normally used along with the HS-30 headset and SW-141 PTT switch. The HS-30 and SW-141 are available separately.

The T-45 microphone is a carbon type Noise Canceling microphone designed for operation on a nominal current of 50 miliamps. The resistance of the unit is between 50 and 125 Ohms at 1000 cycles per second. Frequency response is substantially flat from 200 to 4000 cycles per second. The microphone is worn close to the operator
£18.50 (Approximately US$ 23.68)
Clansman PRC-320 Back-Pack Frame Adaptor
The Clansman PRC-320 Back-Pack Adaptor. The two pieces of metal adapters screw on to the back side of the radio allowing the radio to be mounted on a Clansman GS or a Light Weight carry frame. Supplied with fixing screws.
£22.50 (Approximately US$ 28.80)
Clansman VHF Ground Spike Antenna GSA Kit
The Clansman VHF Ground Spike Antenna
£58.50 (Approximately US$ 74.88)
Clansman VHF Elevated Ground Spike Antenna EGSA Kit
The Clansman EGSA kit is an adaptor that allows the Ground Spike Antenna kit
£40.00 (Approximately US$ 51.20)
Bowman H-4855 PRC-343 Personal Role Radio PRR Radio Pouch Type SL32A/6018
This is the British Army MOD issue DPM Personal Role Radio PRR pouch. It fit's a Bowman H-4855 PRC-343 radio, made from Infra-Red resistant heavy duty woodland pattern camouflaged Cordura. The pouch can be attached to existing PLCE Yoke or Belt.

The pouch has two belts or yoke loops and four female press studs on rear. Four press studs on the front to safely lock the radio into position. Velcro flap for quick access and an adjustable quick release buckle.

Approximate Size 4 Wide, 8 Long and 2 Deep. Supplied in very good used condition. NSN: 8465-99-978-7651.
£18.50 (Approximately US$ 23.68)
Clansman Interconnecting Box 2-Radio (IB2) ANR Version
This is the Clansman Gold Top ANR Active Noise Reduction version of the Interconnecting Box 2-Radio or IB2. The IB2 is the main unit in the Clansman vehicle harness. It provides the Intercom Amplifier, local/remote rebroadcast and a stabilised DC power supply for the rest of the harness and can be connected up to two Clansman radios. There is audio socket for the local operator, a remote user can also be connected into the harness to use an installed radio or to have intercommunication with the crew. Supplied in good working condition, Grade 2. NSN: 5820-99-125-4663.
£75.00 (Approximately US$ 96.00)
Clansman Interconnecting Box 3-Radio (IB3) ANR Version
This is the Clansman Gold Top ANR Active Noise Reduction version of the Interconnecting Box 3-Radio or IB3. The IB3 is the main unit in the Clansman vehicle harness. It provides the Intercom Amplifier, local/remote rebroadcast and a stabilised DC power supply for the rest of the harness and can be connected up to three Clansman radios. There is audio socket for the local operator, a remote user can also be connected into the harness to use an installed radio or to have intercommunication with the crew. Supplied in good working condition, Grade 2. NSN: 5820-99-842-2189.
£53.50 (Approximately US$ 68.48)
Clansman Crew Box 2-Set (CB2) ANR Version
This is the Clansman Gold Top ANR Active Noise Reduction version of the Crew Box 2 Set. The CB2 is the standard Clansman Harness Crew Box. It gives the crew member access through the harness to either of the two radios as a working set and simultaneously to the other for monitoring purposes. Volume controls are provided for both the working set and the monitor set. Supplied in good working condition, Grade 2. NSN: 5895-99-477-3716.
£33.50 (Approximately US$ 42.88)
Clansman Crew Box 3-Set (CB3)
The Clansman Crew Box 3 Set CB3 is the standard Clansman Harness Crew Box. It gives the crew member access through the harness to either of the three radios as a working set and simultaneously to the other for monitoring purposes. Volume controls are provided for both the working set and the monitor set. Supplied in good working condition, Grade 2. NSN: 5895-99-117-4910.
£33.50 (Approximately US$ 42.88)
Clansman Crew Box 3-Set (CB3) ANR Version
This is the Clansman Gold Top ANR Active Noise Reduction version of the Crew Box 2 Set. The CB3 is the standard Clansman Harness Crew Box. It gives the crew member access through the harness to either of the three radios as a working set and simultaneously to the other for monitoring purposes. Volume controls are provided for both the working set and the monitor set. Supplied in good working condition, Grade 2. NSN: 5895-99-234-2743.
£38.50 (Approximately US$ 49.28)
Clansman Commanders Box Fixed (CBF) Digital
This is the Digital version of the Commander's Box Fixed CBF. It is used with the Commander's Personal Unit CPU which together provide all the facilities of the CB2 Crew Box. The controls are duplicated on the CPU which is held by a webbing strap around the commander's neck. The CBF will accept an independent pressel and signals from a Central Warning Indicator. NSN: 5820-99-661-4263.
£32.50 (Approximately US$ 41.60)
Clansman Hand-Set Storage Pouch
This is a British Army MOD issue handset storage pouch for Clansman Handsets. It is Intended for the Clansman PRC-350 radio kit but can be used with all other back pack radio handsets. The pouch has two belts or yoke loops that can be attached to existing PLCE Yoke or Belt. The Pouch has a zip opening that allows easy access to the handset. Supplied in good used condition. NSN: 5965-99-620-8031.
£8.50 (Approximately US$ 10.88)
Wireless Set No. 19 Counter-Poise No.2 MKII
This is the very rare No. 2 MKII Counter-Poise antenna for the Legendary WWII British radio station Wireless Set No. 19. The Counter-Poise has four wire segments which is laid like a cross underneath the radiating antenna. The four wires go to a central location to the radios earth terminal to provide a artificial ground plane. Each wire segment is 340 Cm 134 Inch Long.

Supplied in good condition considering they are about 60 years old, supplies are limited.
£25.00 (Approximately US$ 32.00)
Racal MA-4230A Morse Encoder and Racal MA-4231 Morse Decoder
These Racal MA-4230A Morse Encoder Unit and the Racal MA-4231 Morse Decoder Unit were originally made by Racal for Iraqi Army before the Gulf War and have Arabic letters on the keypad.

The units are supplied as a pair, one MA-4230A Morse Encoder and one MA-4231 Morse Decoder and in very good condition, like new.

The MA-4230A Morse Encoder Unit enables a message to be transmitted in Morse code. The Morse message is entered using an alpha-numeric keyboard therefore no knowledge of the Morse code is necessary to operate the unit. The MA-4231 Morse Decoder decodes the Morse code being received and displays it one letter at the time on its red dot matrix display or sends it to a printer. Both units are powered by an internal rechargeable battery which provides approximately 16 hours use without recharging. The case fully sealed and waterproof.

Message entry is done via the keyboard which contains forty three Arabic alpha-numeric tactile keys, including SP space and seven function keys. Three indicators are provided showing when power is available, data is being emitted, and when the store is nearly full. The power indicator extinguishes when the battery voltage is low, and when the unit is switched off.

1024 character, non-volatile electronic memory Message store, Normal Transmission speed of 15 w.p.m. and High Speed 120 w.p.m. Keyed Tone Data output - Normal frequency: 1.0kHz. Amplitude: 20mV ? 3dB from 300 source. Contact closure Data output - normal speed only Contact rating 0.5A max.

£125.00 (Approximately US$ 160.00)
BC-1000 Radio Set Handset TS-15 For Spare Parts
The TS-15 handsets were normally used with BC-1000 radios and could have also been used with BC-1306 and GRC-9 as well as other war time radios, It has a PL-55 plug for the speaker and a PL-68 Socket for the microphone. The TS-15 handset has a built in PTT switch Push to Talk Switch.

Unfortunately these handsets do not have the speaker or microphone elements installed, other than that they are in good condition. Useful to recondition a TS-15 handset which has a bad cable or the rubber is rotting away.
£22.50 (Approximately US$ 28.80)
Clansman Initiate Box BCC-425
The Clansman Initiate Box BCC-425 is used with the Clansman PRC-351 or the PRC-352 man-pack radio sets when they are installed and used in a vehicle configuration. The Initiate Box interfaces the man-pack radio set to the Antenna Tuning Unit BCC-543 (TUAAM) and to the vehicle antenna.

The TUAAM is normally fitted very near the antenna mast base of the vehicle or inside the antenna box typically found on Land Rovers wing. It automatically matches the selected frequency of the radio to the antenna installed in the vehicle to give optimum performance and achieve maximum range with the radio set. All Tuning and matching functions are carried out automatically by sensing the antenna impedance at the required operating frequency. NSN: 5820-99-630-6488.
£32.00 (Approximately US$ 40.96)
Clansman Amplifier Intercommunications Box (AIB)
Normally used on the rear exterior of a Self Propelled Artillery Vehicle, the Clansman Amplifier Intercommunications Box (AIB) provides cordless intercommunications between the interior of vehicle and ammunition numbers outside the vehicle.

It is switched on at the Radio Lines Box (RLB) and allows ammunition numbers to monitor the harness intercommunications channel or to be addressed by the commander. The unit has a Press-To-Talk button to permit ammunition numbers to reply by connecting the loud-speaker in to the harness circuit as a microphone!

An internal microphone amplifier inside the AIB raises the output level of the loud-speaker to a level compatible with the other crew box outputs. Volume control of the loudspeaker is controlled by the volume knob on the AIB.

A standard 7-pin Clansman Headset or Handset can be externally connected to the AIB using the socket provided. NSN: 5820-99-633-6562. Supplied in untested condition, Grade 3.
£32.50 (Approximately US$ 41.60)
DOM-410 Geiger Counter Mounting
This is the mounting for the DOM-410 Geiger Counter. This mounting was used by Dutch, French and Belgian Army to fix the DOM-410 in to vehicles.

Supplied in new condition.
£45.00 (Approximately US$ 57.60)
Wireless Set No. 19 Connector 12 Pin
This is the original Wireless Set Number 19 power supply and junction box connector. The Connector has 12 pins and is supplied in new condition complete with connector hold-down spring.
£24.50 (Approximately US$ 31.36)
STR37E VHF Aircraft Radio Transceiver
The STR37E VHF Aircraft Radio Transceiver is made by STC Standard Telephone and Cable. It is a small VHF Aircraft Radio Transceiver that can be directly panel mounted in the aircrafts cockpit, easy frequency selection by two large knobs mounted on the front panel. It operates in the frequency range of 116.00 MHz to 135.95 MHz, 400 total channels with 50KHz Channel Spacing. The Squelch and Volume Control along with the ON/OFF Switch are also mounted on the front panel. Transmitter Power Output 1 Watt. It is very nicely constructed with metal chassis. Uses a standart 36 pin Centronics connector on the back panel for DC power and audio interface to speaker / headset and microphone. The radio runs from a standard aircraft 28 Volt power supply.

These radios are supplied in very nice condition and include the test certificate.

The Centronics pin-out is:
Pin-1 Negative & case (GND)
Pin-2 Radio +ve (+28 Volts)
Pin-3 PTT
Pin-19 Panel Bulb +ve (+28 Volts)
Pin-21 & Pin-22 Audio output
£150.00 (Approximately US$ 192.00)
Clansman 14.4/24 Volt Dual Battery Adapter Charging Tray
This is the Clansman 14.4/24 Volt Dual Battery Adapter Charging Tray, when connected to a Clansman DCCU Charger would charge two of the following batteries at the same time.

Two Clansman 24 Volt 1 or 4 Amp Rechargeable batteries as used with the Clansman PRC-319, PRC-320, PRC-344, PRC-351, PRC-352 radio sets. Or two 14.4 volt 4 Amp Rechargeable Batteries that are typically used with the Clansman PRC-350 radios, or one of each type.

Battery tie down straps with two charging indicator lights and a switch to turn them off is on top of the unit along with the 4-pin DCCU Charging socket. These units are supplied in good used condition, tested and operational. DCCU connecting lead and batteries are available separately. NSN: 6130-99-132-0689
£75.00 (Approximately US$ 96.00)
DOM-410 Geiger Counter
The DOM-410 Geiger Counter or radiation meter was used by Dutch, French and Belgian Army in the late 1970's early 1980's. It is manufactured to high standard under license from SRAT. It is hermetically sealed unit and water tight.

The internal X & Gamma sensor is easily removable and is capable of measuring from 1 Milli Rad per hour up to 1000 Rads per hour.

Six measurement ranges by direct reading on a single scale. The scale is illuminated for night reading.

Overall, it is a very sensitive Geiger counter that is portable and self contained, it is robustly built and designed to take a lot of abuse.

The DOM-410 Counter is powered by two standard 1.5 Volt D cells and is supposed to last up to 16 hours on a fresh set of batteries.

The DOM-410 counter is supplied in very good working condition with-out any accessories. Some accessories and English language manual are available separately.
DOM-410 Geiger Counter Internal Probe 5 Meter Extension Lead & Holder
This is the 5 Meter Extension lead and holder for the Internal Gamma Probe of the DOM-410 Geiger Counter.

The internal Gamma Probe is unplugged from the side of the DOM-410 Geiger Counter and plugged into this extension lead, the extension lead is then plugged in to the DOM-410 where the Gamma sensor used to be, allowing remote operation from upto 5 meters away, please see pictures below.
£23.50 (Approximately US$ 30.08)
DOM-410 Geiger Counter External Probe 5 Meter Extension Lead
This is the 5 Meter Extension lead for the External Beta / Gamma Probe of the DOM-410 Geiger Counter.

This extension lead uses very unusual connectors that are very hard to find! These connectors look similar to BNC connectors but they are not!

This lead can be modified and plugged into any of the three sockets that are provided on the DOM-410 Geiger Counter.

The three sockets on the DOM-410 Geiger Counter are the External Beta / Gamma Probe Socket, External Warning Light Socket and the External Headset Socket. Please see pictures below.
£12.50 (Approximately US$ 16.00)
DOM-410 Geiger Counter Plastic Neck Carry Strap
This is the plastic carry strap for the DOM-410 Geiger Counter, see pictures below.
£4.50 (Approximately US$ 5.76)
Racal VRM5080 VHF 50 Watt Tank Radio Transceiver
The Racal VRM-5080 is a modern 50 Watt VHF FM Radio Transceiver designed for installation in armoured or soft-skin military vehicles. The radio covers the 30 to 76 MHz frequency band and comes with an integrated control / keyboard unit with a built in Red LED readout display.

The radio incorporates a built-in test sequence which automatically checks transceiver performance and displays results.

A 16 Kbits/s data capability is also incorporated in the transceiver and options extend the facilities to include built-in pseudo-white-noise encryption of both data and speech.

The front panel which is removable provides full-control over a simple serial data line. It can be relocated and mounted anywhere on a tank with a radio located in the hull or a similar remote position. The control panel also provides control of two radios from a single remote position.

The control panel enables selection of operating frequency and up to nine pre selected channels as well as encryption codes and the transceiver mode. An alphanumeric display gives read-out of frequency and status.

First announced in September 1979, the VRM5080 was in production by Racal Radio Ltd in Reading, England for users worldwide and by Kapsch for the Austrian Army. These radios are supplied in good used condition, tested and operational Grade 2.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Mode: F3E narrowband FM simplex
Frequency range: 30-76 MHz
Number of channels: 1841 with 9 pre-programmable
Channel Spacing: 25 kHz spacing
Power Output: High Power: 50 Watts, Medium Power: 10 Watts, Low Power: 5 mW
Power Supply: 24 V DC (nominal) negative earth
Power Consumption: high power: 7.5 A max, low power: 1.5 A max
Temperature Range, Operating: -40 to + 70?C
Temperature Range, Storage: -40 to + 70?C
Weight: 13.5 kg

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Racal MA-968B Battery Cassette for the Racal TRA-967 Radio Set
This is the Racal MA-968B Battery Cassette for the Racal TRA-967 VHF Radio Set.
These Battery Cassettes take 10* standard or rechargeable "C" sized batteries to power the radio set and is also fuse protected and simply clips on to the bottom of the TRA-967 radio set. These MA-968B Battery Cassettes are supplied in brand new condition, NOS. Available in limited numbers, batteries not included!
£28.50 (Approximately US$ 36.48)