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tester239

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Found this for a buck in a pile of old electronics the other day, and it appears to work.. however, I don't have any information about it, or how it's supposed to be hooked up. Figuring out how to hook the actuator up will be simple, but sensor and skew servo might be a little harder. Bonus: This system is quite old - it uses one of the first EEPROMs made by SEEQ. The newest date I could find on various parts was 1984 week 32. It can take an IR remote, which I don't have. Unit didn't come with a cover, or any branding. Front PCB says "001-4100-012 BD2 Rev. A"

Thanks for any help identifying this!
 

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tester239

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Sep 27, 2008
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Well, I just answered my own question.. Dumped the program EPROM and it had a copyright string: "MTI 4100 Remote IR Antenna Drive Copyright 1984, PenTec/MTI By: John C. Aiken"

Time to start google-ing I suppose..
 

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Isn't there a ham radio moon bounce antenna rotator that travels left/ri..ght/up/down? but I don't remember the brand...Could be Yaesu.......
 
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