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Crosley Vacuum Products Corp., Cincinnati, Ohio

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Name: Crosley Vacuum Products Corp., Cincinnati, Ohio    (USA)  
Abbreviation: crosleydef
Products: Tube manufacturer
Summary:

Crosley Vacuum Products Corp., Cincinnati, Ohio.

This corporation is most likely a subsidiary of the Crosley Radio Corp. in Cincinnati Ohio. In the book Tube Lore by Ludwell Sibley there are listed 6 Crosley DEFLECTRON's. A Deflectron is a tube without grid but they have a control electrode placed near the filament. Sibley writes: These Deflectrons are believed to be market-trial prototypes, possibly to gain leverage in Crosley's licence negotiations with RCA.

History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Peter den Boer.


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