1s4 tube datasheet locator

Electron tube Type: Brand: System: Data sheet; 6N16B 6 16: Soviet tt 6N16B.pdf (109052 bytes) 6N17B 6 17: Soviet tt 6N17B.pdf (106885 bytes) 6N1P Svetlana tt 6N1Pspec.pdf (38608 bytes) 6N1PEV 6 1: Soviet tt 6N1PEV.pdf (106610 bytes) 6N1PVI 6 1: Soviet tt 6N1PVI.pdf (237900 bytes) 6N1P 6 1: Soviet

Electron tube Type: Brand: System: Data sheet; 6LJ6A General Electric T 6LJ6A.pdf (428466 bytes) 6LJ8 : RCA (RC30) tp 6LC8.pdf (728202 bytes) 6LJ8 General Electric tp 6LJ8.pdf (471600 bytes) 6LM8 RCA (RC30) tp 6LC8.pdf (728202 bytes) 6LM8 RCA (HB3) tp 6LM8.pdf (315359 bytes) Industrial Tube Interchangebility Directory, 1966. 5,949,417 bytes 2019-10-05 8984 8985 8986 8988 Beam Power Tubes, 1978. 13,411,474 bytes 2019-10-05 A2572 A2585A Developmental Beam Power Tubes. 701,717 bytes 2019-10-05 Laser Beam Detectors Photomultiplier Tubes & Photocells, 1965. 2,612,364 bytes 2019-10-05

A couple beginning vacuum tube experimenters have asked, "How are the pins on vacuum tubes numbered?" Here is a simple explanation that is applicable to most base styles Most tube (valve) bases have some sort of key (as in the case of octal and loktal types) or other indication (such as a gap, as in the case of 7-pin and 9-pin miniatures) of ...

Substitutes for the WD-11 by D.K. Owens 478 Sycamore Drive, Circleville, OH 43113 E-Mail: [email protected] W estinghouse introduced the WD-11 tube in 1922 for their Aeriola, Sr. (Model RF). They needed a tube which could be heated with dry cells instead of storage batteries. The WD-11 was also used in the RS, Regenoflex, Radiola X, Radiola III TDSL (Tube Data Sheet Locator) Personal Edition: Tube zone electron Tube Data sheets, vacuum tubes, tetrode, diode, petode, power triode, electron tube, 300B, tube accessories: Tube conversion tables Tube conversion tables: Tube data dedicated to Electron Tubes of all kinds, a tip: Tube database search: Tube data sheet locatorEducypedia, The ... Mar 12, 2009 ยท I don't know if this link will work, but the "two-tube short-wave DX'er" from the Gernsback book, How to Build Radio Receivers, page 6 uses a 1T4 detector and a 1S4 for audio. I'm sure there are others, as the 1S4 was a very common output tube. Electron tube Type: Brand: System: Data sheet; 6LJ6A General Electric T 6LJ6A.pdf (428466 bytes) 6LJ8 : RCA (RC30) tp 6LC8.pdf (728202 bytes) 6LJ8 General Electric tp 6LJ8.pdf (471600 bytes) 6LM8 RCA (RC30) tp 6LC8.pdf (728202 bytes) 6LM8 RCA (HB3) tp 6LM8.pdf (315359 bytes) This list is biased by the tubes that I have encountered during the repair of the many tube amps that have come to my repair shop. At the bottom of this page you'll find some links to other tube datasheet sites in case you can't find what you're looking for here.