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Standard Eléctrica S.A.; Rio de Janeiro

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Name: Standard Eléctrica S.A.; Rio de Janeiro    (BR)  
Abbreviation: standard
Products: Model types Tube manufacturer
Summary:

Standard Eléctrica S.A.
Avenida Rio Branco 99/101, Rio de Janiero
Factory: Praça Aquidauana 7 (Vincente de Carvalho), Rio de Janeiro

Other factory address: Vila de Penha (?)
Other offices in Sao Paulo, Belo Horizonte, Curitiba and Porto Alegre

A subsidiay of ITT (International Telephone Telegraph Corporation). Produced a wide range of tube and transistor radios and also tubes and parts.

History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Meyer Rochwerger.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
BR  48 RP8141 6SA7   
BR  50 Aquario 1305 6BE6   
BR  57 1050 12BE6   
BR  52 CR605 ECH81   
BR  50 1044 12BE6  This litle set has a similar chassis to the fifties Arvin (Noblitt Sparks). 
BR  50 FBE 1034 1B 12BE6   
BR  51 1040-4 12BE6  Broadcast Range: 550-1600 kHz Power Consumption: 27 W Built-in loop antenna. 
BR  50 Silvertone 8000 12BE6  Brazilian model Silvertone 8000 uses the same metallic case as the American model Silve... 
BR  54 MDR 105-2 6A8   
BR  56 5001 - 5020 Ch= CR-500-2 CR 500-1 6BA6  This model has Broadcast plus 6 shortwave bands and input for phono. 

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

Advertising of tubes produced by Standard Electrica S.A.tbn_br_standard_1952_adv.jpg
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Some tubes made in Brazil by Standadrd Electrica S.A.tbn_br_se_1959_adv.jpg

  
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