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Lot Amphenol 203/743-9272 Antenna Connectors Antenna Coupler Av-571 And More on 2040-parts.com

US $99.00
Location:

Gams, Switzerland

Gams, Switzerland
some years old but new and most in original package
Brand:AMPHENOL Compatible Model:4205-018-N995 Manufacturer Part Number:AV-571 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

1 pcs VHF Antenna Coupler AV-571  RAMI Dual NAV & Single Glideslope Antenna Triplexer

1 pcs VHF Antenna Base (Insulator) not complete

1 pcs 4205-018-N995 90° Connector

6 pcs AMPHENOL CONNECTOR PART NUMBER 203/743-9272

1 pcs AMPHENOL ALLIED 999-226 RF CONNECTORS (P/N 31-21) 

all new, most parts still packed.




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