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Chatham Electronics; Newark, NJ

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Name: Chatham Electronics; Newark, NJ    (USA)  
Abbreviation: chatham
Products: Model types Tube manufacturer
Summary:

Chatham Electronics Corporation
475 Washington Street, Newark 2, New Jersey

The Chatham brand is well known for tubes mostly of the industrial and transmitting variety. Chatham also produced equipment, notably military items such as Geiger Counters. The Chatham tubes owe more to Tung-Sol as Chatham was not independent of their parent company.

Some tubes are listed under the name Chatam in "Röhren-Codex 1948". Chatam is a mistake for Chatham.

History:
Chatham Electronics Div was latterly a Division of Tung-Sol Electric Inc, Livingston, NJ. This in turn was part of Wagner Electric Corp in 1966 finally acquired by Studebaker in 1967. The Chatham organisation manufactured equipment but the tubes owe more to Tung-Sol as Chatham was not independent of their parent company.


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Further details for this manufacturer by the members (rmfiorg):

Chatham Electronics (USA)tbn_usa_chatham_electronics_log.jpg
Electronics magazine June 1954tbn_chatham_6337_publ.png

  
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