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Sanritsu Electric Co., Japan Transformer Works, Sanritz; Tokyo

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Name: Sanritsu Electric Co., Japan Transformer Works, Sanritz; Tokyo    (J)  
Abbreviation: sanritsu
Products: Model types Others
Summary:

Japan Transformer Manufacturing Works
Tokyo (1939)

Sanritsu Electric Co., Ltd.
(1950s)

Sanritsu Electric Machine Co., Ltd.
(1960s)

Sanritz Co., Ltd.
Tokyo (from 1989)

Brands associated with Sanritsu include Artemis, Gemtone, Memotape, Sanritz, and Spica.

Sanritsu used Japan Code 702.

Founded: 1939
Production: 1955 -
History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Enrico Bonisolo.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
64 Sanritz ST-6Z   It use three eveready w468 cells (almost 2/3 AAA size) batteries.Usa tre batterie eveready... 
60 Overseas Spiket SP660 2SA102   
58 Spica ST-600 2SA52  The model Spica ST-600 from Sanritsu Electric Machine Co. was available in different cabin... 
65 Spica ST-711 2SA201  Japan Code 511. 
66 KNIPS Super Six Transistor Radio 2SA15  6 Transistoren (Hitachi), 2SA12 (3D), 2SA12 (3E), 2SA15 (3D), 2SB75 (3E), 2 x 2SB77 (3D... 
61 Spiket-Overseas SP-661 2SA49   
66 Spica ST-614   baugleiches Modell unter SUPER KNIPS 64 
61 Artemis Transistor 7 ST-7EL   Artemis ST-7EL, Transistor 7; US import by a company from Idaho. 
61 Artemis 2-Band Transistor 7 ST-7E   Artemis ST-7E, 2-Band Transistor 7; SW: 4 - 12 MHz, earphones jack, screwable telescopic ... 
62–64 Super Knips 64   Super Knips 64 , 6 transistor radio Made in Japan with leather case 
60 Spica SP600   Spica SP600 portable transistor radio. 
58 Gemtone ST-6E    

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