[AMRadio] Re: Need ID Help for 1930's Transmitter

Don Merz don at thedjbrothers.com
Wed Sep 13 18:00:04 EDT 2006

Yes, I will check the fil voltage as soon as I have
time. There is no bias supply. But both decks have
large tapped resistors on them that were probably used
for bias and perhaps other voltages. You're right
about the 806--that would be a possibility--I hope not
though because I don't have any.

73, Don Merz, N3RHT

--- "A.R.S. -  W5AMI" <ars.w5ami at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 9/12/06, Don Merz <n3rht at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > The final deck has a socket for a single tube with
> the
> > large, twist-lock base and 2 plate-cap-size
> > connections for plate and grid caps. Not many
> tubes
> > fit that description, so I am thinking maybe an
> 810
> > goes there? The Eimac tubes are out because they
> used
> > a pin for the grid--not a full-size plate cap. The
> > final deck has a filament transformer (I haven't
> Don,
> Determine the filament voltage.  Also, was the bias
> supply for the
> final in the power supply section that's missing? 
> If not, what does
> the voltage appear to be on it?  This would help
> narrow down a final
> tube.  The Eimac tubes above the 250T (450 up) used
> the standard .5"
> grid and plate caps.  The 450T had both the pin and
> a .5" cap on the
> grid.  GE also made some Eimac like triodes such as
> the GE806 which
> was a close cousin to the 250T only it had .5" caps
> on the grid and
> plate.  Of course there are other possibilities like
> Taylor, etc.
> Brian / w5ami
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