|Name:||Canadian General Electric (Canada) (C.G.E. or CGE) (CDN)|
|Products:||Model types Others Tube manufacturer|
Canadian General Electric Co. Limited (C.G.E.), Ontario, Canada.
The "Mallory Yaxley Radio Service Encyclopaedia Canadian Volume" has published cross references for RCA Victor models.
1892 - 1900 Canadian General Electric Company Limited becomes incorporated in Canada through a merger of Edison Light Electric Company and Thomson-Houston Electric Light Company of Canada. Manufacturing facilities in Peterborough, Ontario are already in operation. Generators, transformers, motors, wire and cable, and lamps are being manufactured by 500 employees. 1900 - 1950 Acquired Sunbeam Lamp Company of Toronto (1911) Montreal Lamp plant established (1912) Vacuum Tube operations begin in Toronto (1921) Canadian Edison Appliance Company established (1922) Small appliances plant opened at Barrie, Ontario (1945) Plastics plant opened at Cobourg, Ontario (1946) Lighting plant opened at Oakville, Ontario (1946) Metres plant in Quebec City opens (1947)
This manufacturer was suggested by Vitor Oliveira.
|CDN||40||Commentator H-52||May be very similar to CGE Model KL52.|
|CDN||36||A44 [var 2]|
|CDN||50||C406||12SA7||BC 540 ... 1650 kHz SW 4.7 ... 18 MHz|
|CDN||39||H406U||Brown bakelite or ivory plaskon.|
|CDN||38||F82 [25 cycles]||6L7||See also Canadian General Electric F82 for 60 cycles operation.|
|CDN||40||RW440X||Brown or ivory bakelite.|
|CDN||40||KL-52||Brown bakelite or ivory plaskon.|
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