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AF106

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ID = 34049
       
Country:  Europe      Brand: Common type Europe tube/semicond.
  Tube type:  Transistor   VHF 
Identical to AF106
Similar Tubes Other shape (e.g. bulb type):
 AF102; AF178; AF185
Normally replaceable-slightly different:
 2N1747; 2N2084; 2N2189; 2N2654; 2N695; 2N700; 2N987; 2SA155; 2SA162; 2SA176; 2SA233; 2SA235; 2SA239; 2SA240; 2SA246; 2SA260; 2SA261; 2SA285; 2SA330; 2SA348; 2SA435; 2SA56; AF121; AF122; AF180; AF182; AF256; AF306; AFY12; GF146; GF503; GFT41; SB100; SFT171; SFT172; TG41
Different maximum ratings:
 2S176; 2SA440
Other characteristic (electr. data):
 2S178
Other base and data slightly different:
 2N1749; 2SA343; AF254; AF264
First Source (s) Mar.1960 : -- Collector info (Sammler)
Successor Tubes AF306   AF139  

Base Wires
Filament Solid State /
Description PNP germanium mesa FM transistor.

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Dimensions (WHD)
incl. pins / tip
6 x 6 x mm / 0.24 x 0.24 x inch
Weight 1 g / 0.04 oz
Literature -- Collector info (Sammler)   

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  AF106: Philips datasheet
Günther Stabe
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AF106: Sammlung
Karlheinz Fischer

 
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AF106: Valvo
Günther Stabe

 
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AF106: Telefunken, Handbuch Halbleiter 1966/67
Michael Schlör


Usage in Models 1= 1960?? ; 3= 1962? ; 9= 1962 ; 1= 1963?? ; 3= 1963? ; 30= 1963 ; 1= 1964?? ; 3= 1964? ; 77= 1964 ; 9= 1965?? ; 12= 1965? ; 98= 1965 ; 8= 1966?? ; 4= 1966? ; 82= 1966 ; 7= 1967?? ; 12= 1967? ; 94= 1967 ; 6= 1968?? ; 11= 1968? ; 106= 1968 ; 2= 1969?? ; 16= 1969? ; 74= 1969 ; 11= 1970?? ; 5= 1970? ; 33= 1970 ; 2= 1971?? ; 19= 1971 ; 2= 1972?? ; 5= 1972? ; 14= 1972 ; 1= 1973?? ; 1= 1973? ; 8= 1973 ; 3= 1974 ; 1= 1975?? ; 7= 1975 ; 1= 1976 ; 1= 1977?? ; 1= 1977 ; 1= 1978 ; 11= 9999
Number of Models at Radiomuseum.org with this tube (valve, valves, valvola, valvole, válvula, lampe):796

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