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Subject: Old x-ray tube

Date: 11/10/02 at 2:29 PM
Posted by: Bob Hopper
E-mail: wb0nni@arrl.net
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When recently scrapping an old Picker machine for radio parts, we happened upon a Phillips head and were able to carefully remove the tube. It appears to have a rotating anode that appears to be somewhat pitted. I checked the continuity of the filament leads and found them to be in tact. Is there any resource I can find that will tell me filament voltages and anode voltages for this tube. It has some numbers on it, but I have not been able to locate anything on the net to help. Our interest is strictly hobby oriented, as an offshoot to ham radio. Any help will be appreciated. Bob

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