I am selling my Kenyon KS-4 Gyro. It does work, but it is probably due for a rebuild sometime soon. There is a dent on one end of the gyro (see photo) and it is a bit noisier than my other gyro.
The inverter was probably hardwired into a vehicle at some point in it's life because the Cinch Jones connectors were missing and the 12V was supplied through wires sticking out of the housing with spade connectors. The gyro's Cinch Jones connector had also been replaced with a mini xlr connector. I installed the inverter electronics into a new enclosure and rewired the Gyro with a Lemo connector. The gyro will come with paperwork detailing all the pin outs that I used.
I've attached a picture of the old enclosure for a "before" look at the inverter. (I forgot to take a true "before" picture and had to settle for the empty enclosure)
The Anton Bauer Dionic battery and plate pictured are not included. It does come with the P-Tap to Lemo connector cable to power the inverter.