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Bart Slager
 
 
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14.May.12 11:02

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identical to SMB482908

Emilio Ciardiello
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14.May.12 14:24

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Dear Bart,

as for the 6BZ6, you should ask a tube administrator for adding a new tube code, giving him as many datails as you can: brand, data and source, source of the equivalence and so on.

Emilio

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Dear Bart,

I checked this code and it is just an internal part number, probably assigned by the designer of the AN/GRC-106. Look at TM-11-5820-520-34P-1, page 3, for the definition of the field 'Part Number'.

Usually internal codes refer to components that can be supplied by different manufacturers, even with different ordering codes, all approved for use in a given set. In this case the code can be referred to maybe in the descriptive field of the set, but it is not a new tube code.

A true alternate tube code could be the NSN, National Stock Number, 5960-00-542-0269 in this case, or the NATO Stock Number. Probably anyway Radiomuseum is not interested to list these codes.

Emilio

  
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