Pastime Projects
THE MANUAL LISTS FULL COIL WINDING DATA FOR ALL BANDS: 80, 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12 AND
10 METERS. INCLUDES THE NUMBER OF TURNS AND AMOUNT OF WIRE NEEDED FOR EACH
COIL. ALL NEEDED MATERIALS INCLUDED IN EACH KIT.  
OUR CWAZ LP2 FILTERS ARE NOW IN STOCK FOR 80 AND 40 METERS. THESE ARE DESIGNED
FOR YOUR HOME BREW TRANSMITTERS WHETHER TUBE TYPE OR SOLID STATE.
SPECIFICATIONS.
PLEASE NOTE THESE REQUIRE POINT TO POINT WIRING OF SMALL
COMPONENTS.
-        20 WATT MAXIMUM TRANSMITTER POWER
-        INSERTION LOSS TYPICALLY LESS THAN 0.3 dB
-        50 TO OVER 75 dB 2ND HARMONIC SUPPRESSION
-        50 OHM INPUT AND OUTPUT
-        BOARD SIZE UNDER 1 BY 2 INCHES
-        QUALITY COMPONENTS
-        EPOXY PERF BOARD
-        12 PAGE INSTRUCTION MANUAL -       
PP CWAZ LP2 80 M low pass filter kit   $16.00 + S&H

PP CWAZ LP2 40 M low pass filter kit   $16.00 + S&H         

WRITE FOR OTHER FREQUENCIES
CWAZ LP2  FILTER KITS
50 TO OVER 75 dB 2ND HARMONIC SUPPRESSION
New RCA to RCA male plug jumper
cables. 6ft length, black rubber
shielded cable 1/8 inch              
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Easy build. Just a few holes to drill, a
few components to mount and solder.
Result is a 50 ohm 5 watt nominal
dummy load for testing your QRP rig.
Requires coax output from your radio.  
Output watts (or relative strength)  can
be read from your digital voltmeter per
included instructions. Must cool down
between readings.  5 watts nominal
output maximum recommended.   
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    The Pastime Projects coil form has been revised to include a heat shrunk joint.  The joint is edge glued between the form and the octal
base.  While the coil forms of old may have used 4 pin or 5 pin sockets, these have become scarce.

 The use of the octal bases makes more sense and gives us some choices in the amount of taps and/or coil windings we can combine on
one form.  An obvious disadvantage of the octal socket is more friction in inserting or removing the coil form. We have found the extra
unused pins can be carefully cut off. We have easily removed every other pin and ended up with a 4 pin socket which is much easier to work
with. It still allows the alignment of the coil into the correct pins in the base because of the keyed center pin on octal bases.  You can
choose how many pins you need on your project.  We remove pins 1,4,5,and 7 in our  6V6/6L6 MC (metal chassis) transmitter kit.  If you
prefer, of course, you can build with all pins intact; just insert and remove with care.  
   
 The 8-pin plug-in coil forms fabricated by Pastime Projects have been glued together using Loctite Stik n’ Seal  Non-Toxic adhesive
manufactured by Henkel Corporation Avon Ohio. www.loctiteproducts.com. The resulting bond has proven quite strong on our coil forms. If
the bond should break, we would recommend you simply re-glue using the above product or similar suitable adhesive. Parts should be
cleaned before gluing.
 We have now included a heat shrink band around the joint between the base and coil form for extra holding power.
See Photos.

THIS KIT INCLUDES A METAL HINGED
LID BOX.  PAGES OF  
INSTRUCTIONS AND PHOTOS. NICE
EASY ASSEMBLY AND SOLDERING.
QRP (low watt)  DUMMY LOAD KIT FOR EXPERIMENTERS AND TECHS
REVISED PASTIME PROJECTS 2021 COIL FORM