[amsat-bb] Yaesu G-5400B Rotor Controller Box ONLY For Sale

Les Rayburn les at highnoonfilm.com
Sat Oct 19 15:35:53 PDT 2013

The rotor control box is not mine to sell. It is the property of the 
Shelby County Alabama Amateur Radio Club, and was donated from a SK 
estate. I was considering purchasing the unit when I believed it was 
part of a complete system. It is the AZ/EL rotor control box only. I 
believe that the club is asking $200 plus shipping. For more information 
and an accurate price, please contact their President directly:

John Corbitt, W4XWA
jmc99 at bellsouth.net

I hope the rotor control box finds a good home in the satellite 
community. See you on the birds!


Les Rayburn, N1LF

On 10/17/2013 8:15 PM, John Fickes wrote:
> Les
>   If your looking for a AZ EL rotor, there is an Alfa Spid on ebay 
> now. That has a very good price. This is the same one I have and it, 
> in my opinion, is a much better rotor than the Yaesu. The starting 
> price is about a third of a new one. And they state it's never been 
> outside.
> http://www.ebay.com/itm/Antenna-Rotator-RAS-1-/190933751489?pt=US_Radio_Comm_Antennas&hash=item2c7489d6c1
>                 Good Luck 73
>                    John  KC0BMF
> On Thu, Oct 17, 2013 at 3:24 PM, Les Rayburn <les at highnoonfilm.com 
> <mailto:les at highnoonfilm.com>> wrote:
>     Update on the Yaesu G-5400B rotor. It turned out that only the
>     rotor controller and cable was available. It appears that the
>     rotor itself may have gone with the tower whenever it was
>     disassembled during removal. It's from an estate sale, so hard to
>     be sure.
>     Any value to the rotor controller? Or perhaps someone has the
>     rotor but is in search of a new box?
>     -- 
>     --
>     73,
>     Les Rayburn, N1LF
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