RBB/RBC Contracts - RCA Victor Div, Radio Corp of America, Camden,
Contract NOs-73056, dated 12 April 1940 (RBB, RBC).
Contract NOs-91265, dated 2 September 1941 (RBB-1, RBC-1).
Contract NXss-17001, dated 17 June 1943 (RBB-2, RBC-2).
Contract NXsr-39262, dated 3 November 1943 (RBB-2, RBC-2).
Contract NObsr-39151, dated 28 April 1947 (RBC-3) - [what about RBB-3?]
Contract NObsr-43335, dated 15 June 1949 (RBB-2a, RBC-3a).
Contract NObsr-39340, dated 30 June 1947 (RBB-4, RBC-4).
Contract NObsr-52028, dated 25 September 1950 (RBB-5, RBB-6, RBC-5 , RBC-6).
RBB Approximate Cost $2700 including equipment spares
RBC Approximate Cost $2400 including equipment spares
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Power Supply CRV-20130
Used with RBA/RBB/RBC - the manual says it is normally used to power one receiver, but can be used to power two receivers temporarily.
|Some p/s units have been refitted with modern AC line cord connectors.
|The original power supply AC power cord connector is a Russellstoll Ever-Lok 8013 or 8013N (** NOT 8013U1 **). Look for them on eBay under Russellstoll, Russell Stoll, Russell & Stoll, Ever-Lok, or Thomas & Betts.||--|
|The p/s-to-receiver connectors are usually available from WA5CAB and/or William Perry Co.|