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Triad Television & Mfg. Co.; Pawtucket, RI

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Name: Triad Television & Mfg. Co.; Pawtucket, RI    (USA)  
Abbreviation: triad
Products: Tube manufacturer
Summary:

Triad Television & Mfg. Co.
Pawtucket, Rhode Island

According to Tyne's "Sage of the Vacuum Tube", page 364, this manufacturer was licensed by RCA.

See also the Roytron tube brand.

Other known brands are All Wave, Diktator, Long Life, Nu Star, Real Tone and Royal. These tubes were made in the early 1930's and used different coloured boxes. The print style on the boxes was the same for each but differed from the Roytron.

Founded: 1929
History:

The journal "Radio Broadcast", issue May 1929 tells on page 45: "Another vacuum-tube manufacturer has entered the field. The new company will be known as the Triad Mfg. Co. with headquarters at Pawtucket, R.I. George Goby is president, Ely Egnatoff, treasurer, H. H. Steinle, vice-president and general sales manager, and William Cepak, secretary. Officers of the company have long been associated with the tube industry. The new company will make, in addition to a standard line of radio tubes, photo-electrical cells. Distribution of the Triad line will be through franchised jobbers only."

In 1935 Triad introduced a line of metal vacuum tubes with octal base in answer to the GE-RCA metal line. The early release of Triad line, with MG suffixes, included 13 types, all characterized by glass bulb inside a metal enelope.


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

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Adv Radio News july 1930tbn_triad_adv_1930.jpg
From "Radio Broadcast", issue July 1929tbn_usa_triad_ad_07_1929.jpg
From "Radio Broadcast", issue August 1929tbn_usa_triad_ad_08_1929.jpg
eBay item number:291895692766tbn_usa_triad_t45_with_case.jpg
eBay item number:291895692766tbn_usa_triad_t45_with_case2.jpg
Larry Daniel collectiontbn_royal_long_life_diktator_real_tone_ld.jpg
Radio Broadcast July 1929tbn_triad_rbroadcast_729.png
Unsourced ad 10/4/1929tbn_triad_advert_41029.png
Popular Science September 1929tbn_triad_ps_929.png
Popular Science October 1929tbn_triad_ps_1029.png
Radio News tube advert June 1930tbn_triad_rr_j_july_1929.png
Radio News June 1932tbn_triadradionewsjune1932.jpg
QST September 1929tbn_triad_qst_929.png
Radio Engineering June 1929tbn_triad_re_629.png
Radio Engineering July 1929tbn_triad_re_729.png
Radio Engineering October 1929tbn_triad_re1029.png

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Triad Television and Mfg Co., Pawtucket RI (USA)
Fin Stewart
23.Sep.14
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The company was listed as an RCA licensee in the Wall Street Journal, April 8th, 1930, in their "Broad Street Gossip" column

 
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