R2D (6V) (R2) BFO, 26 MHz
- Manufacturer / Brand
- Radione (RADIO Nikolaus Eltz); Wien
- 1942 ??
- Broadcast Receiver - or past WW2 Tuner
- Radiomuseum.org ID
- Number of Tubes
- Main principle
- Superhet with RF-stage; ZF/IF 469 kHz
- Tuned circuits
- 7 AM circuit(s)
- Wave bands
- Short Wave (SW) and Long Wave (LW) only.
- Power type and voltage
- Line / Storage batteries (perhaps also batteries) / 110; 150; 190; 220 / 6 Volt
- Permanent or electro-dynamic (moving coil), system not known yet.
- Metal case
- from Radiomuseum.org
- Model: R2D BFO, 26 MHz - Radione RADIO Nikolaus Eltz;
- Portable set > 8 inch (also usable without mains)
- Dimensions (WHD)
- 350 x 235 x 175 mm / 13.8 x 9.3 x 6.9 inch
- mit BFO. Langwelle 157 -410 kHz; 2x Kurzwelle 2,4 - 7,8 MHz und 7,5 - 26 MHz. Trenkle beschreibt ihn wie einen ER2, der dort wiederum ohne BFO(?) erwähnt wird.
- External source of data
- E. Erb 3-907007-36-0
- Source of data
- Radiokatalog Band 2, Ernst Erb
- Mentioned in
- Die Deutschen Funknachrichtenanlagen, Bd. 2
- Other Models
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Forum contributions about this model: Radione RADIO: R2D BFO, 26 MHz
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A month ago, I have purchased on eBay an unusual version of Radione R2 receiver:
It has common Radione R2 tuning dial with all the cities listed, yet its tuning knob is like ER2 tuning knob, and inside my new R2 has a worm and a pair of gear wheels (Schnecke and Zahnrad) exactly as in ER2:
In ordinary civilian R2 there is a thread (Faden) inside, not a worm and gear wheels:
Also there are two tumblers (switches) on the top like in ER2 receiver which means my new R2 must have BFO inside.
The label at the bottom is also quite unusual --- no address of Ing. Nikolaus Eltz but rather "Hersteller: bo" which was Radione military manufacturer's code (Wehrmacht Fertigungskode).
Even on my Radione ER2 which was manufactured for Luftwaffe, the label looks like on ordinary civil R2 receivers:
Could anyone say what version of Radione R2 have I purchased?
Is that R2D by any chance??
There is no picture of Radione R2D on this site, yet it is mentioned that R2D must have BFO...
Valery Gromov, 05.Jan.08