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Brimar 13D1 / CV423

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Forum » Valves / tubes - Semiconductors » Very rare valves or unknown (not in RMorg) » Brimar 13D1 / CV423
           
Ken Shellberg
 
 
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06.Jun.20 19:49

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Not sure where to post this question / information.

It appears that the picture on the page for the 13D1_Brimar is actually a Brimar 15D1. The 13D1 is actually a 25SN7GT.

Data sheet

Further, the CV number for the Brimar 13D1 is CV423. On that page, there is no entry for "identical to" 13D1.

I have uploded this picture to the 13D1_Brimar page and the CV423 page. And in my opinion, the picture of the 15D1 should be deleted and these two pages should be linked.

Cheers,

Ken

 

Jacob Roschy
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Hello,

now it appears to be fixed.

If you want to do a good deed, you could divide your data sheet and upload the parts to the respective tube pages, at least the parts for the 13D1 and particularly for the 13D3.

Jacob

Ken Shellberg
 
 
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08.Jun.20 16:48

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Hello Jacob,

Unfortunately, I do not know how to divide a pdf data sheet. Otherwise, I would be happy to do so.

Sorry.... :(

Ken

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It's done

Ken Shellberg
 
 
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Thank you!

Obviously this is something I should learn how to do. :)

  
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