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hi Richard , thanks for you response, bin checking it out  i think it`s a No45 power supply i do not know who makes it, the input on the receiver looks like a fine thread , i will get the out side diameter and the thread  pitch in the next few days , many thanks for your help , Pete     

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Hi

This is the connector for the R216 reciever

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For the SUR45 power supply you need a free plug of the same type

The pinout looking at the reciever are

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this is from

https://www.radiomuseum.co.uk/R216.html

this web site also has details of a "home brew" main power supply.  I doubt if you will find a SUR45 which has a DC input (think it is 24V), or a No. 24 power supply which is a mains supply one, in either case the the output socket is a plessey Mk 4 12 pin fine thread

Cheers

Richard

 

 

 

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