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645 [2007/10/06 14:44]
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 ===== Description ===== ===== Description =====
  The 645 keyer uses transistor switching and is powered by the transceiver. ​ Adjustable magnetic paddle return. ​ Paddle force 5 - 50 gms.  Speed 6 - 50 wpm.  Weighting ratio 50 - 150% of classical dit length. Self completing characters. ​ Dit/dah memories with defeat switches. ​ Torque drive paddles with 4 ball bearing privots. ​ Powered through the CORSAIR system.  The 645 keyer uses transistor switching and is powered by the transceiver. ​ Adjustable magnetic paddle return. ​ Paddle force 5 - 50 gms.  Speed 6 - 50 wpm.  Weighting ratio 50 - 150% of classical dit length. Self completing characters. ​ Dit/dah memories with defeat switches. ​ Torque drive paddles with 4 ball bearing privots. ​ Powered through the CORSAIR system.
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 +===== Specifications =====
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 +  ***Keyed Output:** Low voltage positive transistor.
 +  ***Speed Range:** 6 to 50 WPM
 +  ***Time Base:** Keyed to start with paddle actuation
 +  ***Character Generation:​** Self-completing dits and dahs
 +  ***Weighting Ratio Range:** 50% to 150% of classical dit length. Can be pre-set for all speed settings, or be made to vary with speed.
 +  ***Paddle Actuation Force:** Adjustable from 5 to 50 grams.
 +  ***Memories:​** Dit and Dah, each individually defeatable
 +  ***Power:** 9-14 VDC
 +  ***Power:** 220-350mA @ 13.5V 120-200mA @ 9V
 +  ***Semiconductors:​** 5 Integrated circuits, 6 transistors,​ 3 diodes
 +  ***Size:** HWD 2-1/2" X 5-1/2" X 8-1/4"
 +  ***Weight:​** 2 3/8 lbs.

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