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Orgola

Orgola ; Mullard Wireless, (ID = 1449066) Kit
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Orgola ; Mullard Wireless, (ID = 1449066) Kit
Mullard Wireless,: Orgola [Kit] ID = 1449066 933x906
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For model Orgola, Mullard Wireless, London (see also Mullard Radio Valve):
Title of Orgola Article, 'Radio for the Million'. Case optional.
 
Country:  Great Britain (UK)
Manufacturer / Brand:  Mullard Wireless, London (see also Mullard Radio Valve)
Year: 1929 Category: Kit (Parts plus instruction) or building instructions only
Valves / Tubes 3: PM12 or PM14 or PM16 PM2DX or PM4DX or PM6D PM22 or PM24 or PM26
Main principle TRF with regeneration; 1 AF stage(s); Anode bend detection
Tuned circuits 2 AM circuit(s)
Wave bands Broadcast (MW) and Long Wave.
Details
Power type and voltage Storage and/or dry batteries / 2; 4; 6 & 16 & 100 Volt
Loudspeaker Magnetic loudspeaker (reed) generic.
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: Orgola - Mullard Wireless, London see
Material Various materials
Shape Tablemodel, with any shape - general.
Notes

A typical Kit TRF Radio of the "SG Det Pen" type (i.e. Screen Grid (Tetrode) RF, Triode detector and Pentode audio output) of late 1920s / early 1930s

Medium Wave described as "Short Wave".

Gram/P.U. Selection option.

Mullard Model H loudspeaker recommended or Model C with P.M. H.T. Supply unit. (no output transformer, so high impedance headphones, horn or "reed" type speaker).

Power

  1. Filament/L.T.: The alternate valves/tubes are for 2V, 4V or 6V Accumulator. 30AH Exide recommended.
  2. Grid Bias: 12V G3 Siemens recommended
  3. HT: 3 x 50V Siemens 1035 or 1 x 100V Siemens 1206

There is an A.C. Mains version using Indirect valves/tubes, Orgola A.C. and also the Orgola Senior.

There is a wind up gramophone and cabinet option, Orgola Radio Gramophone.

 

Mentioned in - - Manufacturers Literature (Radio for the Million Vol. 4 No.1 September 1929)

Model page created by Michael Watterson. See "Data change" for further contributors.



All listed radios etc. from Mullard Wireless, London (see also Mullard Radio Valve)
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