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For model 292V Export, Philips; Eindhoven (tubes international!); Miniwatt:
phillips 292V
 
Country:  Netherlands
Manufacturer / Brand:  Philips; Eindhoven (tubes international!); Miniwatt
Year: 1939–1941 Category: Broadcast Receiver - or past WW2 Tuner
Valves / Tubes 6: EF9 ECH3 EF9 EBF2 KC3 KDD1
Semiconductors (the count is only for transistors) 7946
Main principle Superhet with RF-stage; ZF/IF 452 kHz
Tuned circuits 7 AM circuit(s)
Wave bands Broadcast, Long Wave and 2 x Short Wave.
Details
Power type and voltage Storage Battery for all (e.g. for car radios and amateur radios) / 6 Volt
Loudspeaker Permanent Magnet Dynamic (PDyn) Loudspeaker (moving coil)
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: 292V [Export] - Philips; Eindhoven tubes
Material Wooden case
Shape Tablemodel, low profile (big size).
Dimensions (WHD) 530 x 380 x 270 mm / 20.9 x 15 x 10.6 inch
Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg) 15.8 kg / 34 lb 12.8 oz (34.802 lb)
Source of data Radiokatalog Band 1, Ernst Erb
Circuit diagram reference Röhren in FS-Bestückungstabellen
Literature/Schematics (1) -- Original-techn. papers.


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Philips; Eindhoven: 292V
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Tudosa Bogdan
02.Apr.11
  1

 

 I recently bought a phillips radio 292v for restoration.

 please help me with the power.
 I saw radiomuzeum radio scheme, is fed to 6V DC

 Thanks in advance bogdan

Please only use the normal font, I have changed that.

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Wolfgang Bauer
03.Apr.11
  2


This model uses a triller for converting the DC voltage to AC voltage.

See ==> Triller
See ==> Zerhacker

MfG. WB.

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Tudosa Bogdan
03.Apr.11
  3

hello

 First of all I want to thank you for your promptness and help given.
 device is very well preserved.
 I have attached pictures of the radio.

 with respect bogdan

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Robert Sarbell
08.Apr.11
  4

Hello Tudosa,

Early last year I bought on ebaY the Philips model BX707Av which uses the AC power and also the 6V DC power passing through the “triller” (in English we called the vibrator). That is the similar type which was used in the early automobiles – even before WWII.

To ensure that I had the most accurate Philips data for the trillers, I researched the entire NL oude radio forum archives for specific data to properly restore my post-War model BX707AV which has the triller and appropriate circuitry installed.

I was very fortunate to find 15 separate issues of the Philips Service Maandblad (I believe the translation is Philips Monthly Service Bulletin). The issues begin from February 1948 and go to the issue in August 1955.

There is specific data for your 1939 -1941 model Philips 292V – written in the April 1950 monthly Service Bulletin.

I will forward to you, under separate email the entire packet of the 15 monthly bulletins.

I must admit that these bulletins are written in Dutch, but they should not be so difficult to translate for the information to help you.

I have also researched an early master vibrator manual, produced by ATR in the USA in 1954, and believe there may be some possibility to acquire a suitable replacement for your vibrator.

Respectfully,

Robert

NOTE: The vibrator in my Philips is still functionally acceptable and I have even installed a small lead-acid battery on the rear fibre panel. . . .so, the radio can actually be operated outside with no external power at all!

Tudosa Bogdan
09.Apr.11
  5

good evening

 Thanks for your help and advice.
 I tried to download the archive but does not work ...
 if you could also send along the archive.
 Thanks in advance
 bogdan

Robert Sarbell
09.Apr.11
  6

Hello Tudosa,

I believe after you have downloaded the "zip" folder to your computer, then double-click on the Zip folder and the 15 individual files will become self-extracting.

The actual files may also be downloaded directly from the following web site:

www radiodatabase.nl

There will be MANY MANY folders. . . . . .but you will see the entire directory of the Philips Service Maandblad down near the bottom of the master directory listing. NOTE: I have reviewed EVERY monthly issue, so you only need to download or review the ones I list below.

When you click on the Service Maandblad listing, the files (which pertain to the triller-for even a small item) of interest to you are as follows:

47-05.pdf
48-02.pdf
48-10.pdf
49-02.pdf
49-11.pdf
50-04.pdf
52-11.pdf
54-11.pdf
54-12.pdf
55-02.pdf
55-03.pdf
55-04.pdf
55-05.pdf
55-06.pdf
55-07.pdf

Please advise me if this instruction helps.

Best Regards,
Robert

 
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