Lafayette HA-90 VFO. Three tubes: 6AU6 Oscillator, 6AQ5 Output Amplifier, OA2 Voltage Regulator. 80 through 10 meter, compatible with most amateur transmitter having a VFO input.
Lafayette HA-225 Communications Receiver. It receives SSB and CW as well as AM. There is no Broadcast band on this model. It has 14 tubes and S-meter.
Tubes: 6AQ8 6M RF Amp, 6BL8 6M Mixer/6M Osc, 6BA6 RF Amp, 6BE6 Mixer, 6AQ8 Q-Mult/Calibrator, 6BA6 1st IF Amp, 6BA6 2nd IF Amp, 6AL5 AM Detector/ANL, 6BE6 Product Detector, 6AQA8 1st AF Amp/BFO, 6AQ5 AF Output, 0A2 Voltage Regulator, 6CA4 Rectifier.
Features: Headphone Jack, S-Meter, Dial Lamp, Antenna Trimmer, RF Gain, ANL, Bandspread, Calibrator 100 kHz², Mute o MVC/AVC, Standby, Speaker Terminals, BFO, Q-Multiplier, Line Out 500 ohms.
Lafayette HA-226 Communications Receiver.
4 Band tube unit which covers the following frequency ranges:
Band A .55-1.6 megacycles
Band B 1.6-4.3 megacycles
Band C 4.3-12 megacycles
Band D 11-30 megacycles
This unit includes the following: -Logging scale 0-100 -signal meter -headphone jack -cw/phone switch -3 knobs include off/volume adjustment, band selector and tuning knob. It has an internal speaker and a light blue case. Supplementary photos
HA-230 General Coverage Communications Receiver. Ranges: .55-1.6, 1.6-4.8, 4.8-14.5 and 10.5-30 MHz. Bandspread for 80 through 10 meters. Requires a speaker. Always-on filament voltages on mixer and oscillator improve stability (otherwise electrically identical to the HE-30). Lafayette #99-2522WX.Voltages: 110-220 VAC 50/60 Hz Coverage: 550 - 30000 kHz. Readout: Analog. Modes: AM/SSB-CW. Selectivity: ± 2.6 kHz. Circuit: Single Conversion Superheterodyne. 9 Tubes. Physical: 15x7.5x10.2" 21 Lbs. 380x190x260mm 9.5 kg. Circuit Complement: 6BA6 RF Amplifier, 6BE6 Mixer, 6BE6 Local Oscillator, 6AV6 Q Multiplier/BFO, 6BA6 First IF Amplifier, 6BA6 Second IF Amplifier, 6AV6 Detector/ ANL/First Audio, 6AQ5 Audio Output, 5Y3 (5CG4) RectifierOne RF and two IF stages. Features: ¼" Head. Jack S-Meter BFO Q-Multiplier IF Gain ANL Bandspread Antenna Trimmer Mute Dial Lamp Standby AVC ON/OFF. Accessories:HE-48A Speaker. New Price: $70-90 (1960s prices). Used Price: $100-1200. Variants: Model KT-340 kit form $75. Lafayette #99-2521WX. Electrically identical to the HE-30 but with always-on filament voltages on mixer and oscillator. Production year: Japan 1964-1966
LAFAYETTE HA-350 ham band receiver. Front controls: Preselector 7, 28, 21, 3,5 , 14. CAL ON OFF, BAND SELECTOR 3,5, 7.0 , 14, WWV , 21, 28, 28,5, 29,1. REC/SEND . CAL RESET, OFF AM .SSB1-CW SSB2, RF GAIN, AF GAIN: ANL ON OFF, PHONES.
LAFAYETTE HA-650 6 METER AM TRANSCEIVER WITH INTERNAL ANTENNA, CRYSTALS AND CARRYING CASE.
LAFAYETTE HA-600 general coverage communications receiver. Bandspread 80/75, 40, 20, 15 and 10 meters. Requires an external speaker. Modes AM/SSB and CW. Coverage 0.15-30MHz. Produced 1970-1975.
LAFAYETTE HA-1200 2-METER TRANSCEIVER.
Lafayette Transmitter Model HE-25 "VOYAGER". Bandswitching 80 through 6 Meter. 6AU6 Oscillator, 6DQ6A Buffer and 2-6DQ6A Final Amplifier. 12AX7 and 6AQ5 audio, 5U4GB Rectifier. This transmitter was made in Japan. Shipping Weight about 30 lbs.
Lafayette HE-80 14 tube general coverage communications type receiver. The HE-80 was a premium receiver made by the now famous Kenwood Company in the mid sixties when they were known as Trio which competed with Hallicrafters, Hammarlund and National. The HE-80 covers from the broadcast band through 30 MC continuous in four bands and includes the 6 meter ham band in a fifth band: 0.55-1.6MHz, 1.6-4.8MHz, 4.8-14.5MHz, 10.5-30MHz, 48-54MHz. IF:455KHz. Modes of operation are CW, AM, SSB & FM. The receiver features a Pre-selector stage, Electrical bandspread, Q-multiplier, ANL noise limiter, switchable MVC/AVC, Antenna trimmer, Crystal calibrator and an S-meter for signal strength.
LAFAYETTE HE-89 6 and 2 meter VFO.
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KT-200 This is the rare Lafayette model KT-200 (HE-10) short-wave receiver that looks like a Hallicrafters S-38. Even though it looks like a Hallicrafters S-38, it is very different. It is not series strung. It has a power transformer and uses 9 tubes. (6DB6, 6BE6, 6BE6, 6BD6, 6BD6, 6AV6, 6AV6, 6AR5, and a 5Y3GT). It has a 455 KHz IF frequency. Audio output is 1.5 watts, (external speaker required). It has 4 bands and covers .55-31 Mhz. There is an octal socket for a Q-multiplier on the back. Other features are ANL, AVC, BFO, IF Gain control, Receive/Standby switch, and outputs for 4 or 8 ohm speakers. Production year 1959-1963.