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6M5 - EL80 - E80L valve

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Russell van Hooff
Russell van Hooff
 
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14.Mar.17 01:15

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Hello.

Your page suggests that an E80L has a different base than an EL80 (or 6M5).

Is this a misprint (i do not have an E80L to hand, to check for myself), or are all three of these valves essentially equivalent ?

Thankyou for your time.

Russell van Hooff.

Jacob Roschy
Jacob Roschy
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14.Mar.17 08:41

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Hello,

the EL80 a.k.a. 6M5 is a consumer type tube / valve, while the E80L a.k.a. 6227 is a special longlife type. As they have different data and different base diagrams, I have removed the wrongful cross reference.

Best Regards,
Jacob

  
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