|Year: 1947 ?||Type: Television- and Radio Receiver, perh. also + Rec. etc. (TV Radio)|
|Valves / Tubes||34: 6J6 6AK5 6J6 6AU6 6AU6 6AU6 6AC7 6AL5 12JP4 6BA6 6BA6 6AU6 6H6 6BE6 6BA6 6AT6 6V6GT 6SN7GT 6SN7GT 6SN7GT 6SN7GT 807 807 6AS7G 6H6 6K6GT 6AC7 6SN7GT VR105 807 8016 5U4G 5U4G 5U4G|
|Reception principle||Super-Heterodyne (Super in general); ZF/IF 26400 21900 456 kHz|
|Wave bands||Wave Bands given in the notes.|
|Power type and voltage||Alternating Current supply (AC) / 117 Volt|
|Loudspeaker||Permanent Magnet Dynamic (PDyn) Loudspeaker (moving coil) / Ø 10 inch = 25.4 cm|
|Power out||2.5 W (unknown quality)|
|from Radiomuseum.org||Model: Clifton RA-102-B1 - DuMont Labs, Allen B., Inc.|
|Shape||Console with any shape - in general|
|Notes||The DuMont RA-102 family of TV/FM/AM receivers (or "Telesets" as DuMont referred to them) includes the RA-102-B1 and RA-102-B2 Clifton consoles, and the RA-102-B3 Club large table model.
The Clifton models use a 12JP4 12-inch CRT, and the Club uses a 15AP4 15-inch CRT.
The earlier RA-102-B1 version of the Clifton has no focus control on the front panel, while the later RA-102-B2 version includes it, as well as some minor electrical changes to the chassis. The RA-103-B3 Club chassis is electrically identical to that of the the RA-102-B2 Clifton.
Like other early DuMont Telesets, the RA-102 family uses a single-band continuous tuning Mallory-Ware Inductuner (or "Inputuner" as DuMont called it) to cover the VHF low (including Channel 1), FM, and VHF high bands from 44-216 MHz. The Inductuner uses a triple roller inductor. Separate AM tuner circuitry is provided with a conventional 2-gang variable capacitor for tuning.
The HV supply is a pulsed RF type, running in sync with the horizontal sweep, but otherwise indpendent (not coupled to deflection yoke).
|Literature/Schematics (1)||Rider TV vol. 2 page 34|
Model page created by Thomas Albrecht. See "Data change" for further contributors.
All listed radios etc. from DuMont Labs, Allen B., Inc.
Here you find 213 models, 107 with images and 172 with schematics for wireless sets etc. In French: TSF for Télégraphie sans fil.