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OC75

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ID = 33808
       
Country:
Germany
Brand: Valvo Radioröhrenfabrik GmbH; Hamburg
Tube type:  Transistor   Audio Frequency 
Identical to OC75 = OC305
Similar Tubes
Other shape (e.g. bulb type):
  2SB54
Normally replaceable-slightly different:
  2G374 ; 2SB65 ; 3AX71B ; AC122 ; AC125 ; AC151 ; AC161 ; GC518 ; L-5021L ; MC75 ; OC1075 ; OC307 ; OC603 ; OC604 ; OC78D ; OX7005 ; SFT103 ; SFT105 ; ST301 ; T-1001 ; TS165
Other class quality (otherwise equal):
  OC71
Other base and data slightly different:
  3AX31B ; 3AX71C ; 965T1 ; GE-2 ; OC975
First Source (s)
Mar.1957 : Valvo-Berichte
Predecessor Tubes OC71   OC13  
Successor Tubes AC171   AC126   OC81D  

Base Wires
Filament Solid State /
Description

PNP germanium alloy transistor intended as pre-amplifier in AF applications. All-glass body. Red dot indicates collector.
Also made by Philips and related manufacturing plants.

 
Text in other languages (may differ)
Dimensions (WHD)
incl. pins / tip
5 x 15 x mm / 0.20 x 0.59 x inch
Weight 3 g / 0.11 oz
Literature -- Collector info (Sammler)   KTT 1969/70

  oc75_umgeb1.gif
  OC75: Braun T510: NF-Vorstufe u. Treiber
Günther Stabe
 
oc75_1_1.jpg
OC75: P.ST
Peter Steffen

 
allglas_trans_2.gif
OC75: TVT 73
Günther Stabe

 
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OC75: Valvo_Dioden_Transistoren_1959
Thomas Günzel


Usage in Models 1= 1956?? ; 1= 1958?? ; 1= 1958? ; 12= 1958 ; 2= 1959?? ; 3= 1959? ; 28= 1959 ; 24= 1960?? ; 15= 1960? ; 76= 1960 ; 7= 1961?? ; 15= 1961? ; 147= 1961 ; 15= 1962?? ; 32= 1962? ; 158= 1962 ; 12= 1963?? ; 20= 1963? ; 111= 1963 ; 9= 1964?? ; 14= 1964? ; 43= 1964 ; 28= 1965?? ; 13= 1965? ; 30= 1965 ; 2= 1966?? ; 16= 1966? ; 12= 1966 ; 6= 1967? ; 4= 1967 ; 2= 1968?? ; 2= 1968? ; 1= 1969?? ; 1= 1969 ; 10= 1970?? ; 2= 1971 ; 1= 1975? ; 1= 9999? ; 7= 9999

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