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Amigo 57U Type 9043

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For model Amigo 57U Type 9043, Schaub und Schaub-Lorenz
 
Country:  Germany
Manufacturer / Brand:  Schaub und Schaub-Lorenz
Year: 1956/1957 Category: Broadcast Receiver - or past WW2 Tuner
Valves / Tubes 7: DC90 DF96 DK92 DF96 DF96 DAF96 DL94
Main principle Superhet, double/triple conversion; ZF/IF 460/10700/6500 kHz
Tuned circuits 7 AM circuit(s)     13 FM circuit(s)
Wave bands Broadcast, Long Wave, Short Wave plus FM or UHF.
Details
Power type and voltage Line / Batteries (any type) / AC 110; 127; 155; 220; DC 1,5 & 90 Volt
Loudspeaker Permanent Magnet Dynamic (PDyn) Loudspeaker (moving coil) - elliptical
Power out 0.25 W (unknown quality)
from Radiomuseum.org Model: Amigo 57U Type 9043 - Schaub und Schaub-Lorenz
Material Bakelite case
Shape Portable set > 8 inch (also usable without mains)
Dimensions (WHD) 330 x 230 x 140 mm / 13 x 9.1 x 5.5 inch
Notes

Der Amigo 57U Type 9043 von Schaub-Lorenz ist für UKW ein Doppelsuper mit ZF 10.700 MHz und 6.500 MHz. Eine "Reserve" Heizbatterie (2 Monozellen parallel) kann durch umlegen des "Reserve" Schalters S4 hinten am Gerät aktiviert werden.

Siehe auch Schaub Amigo 57U Type 9243.

Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg) 6.3 kg / 13 lb 14 oz (13.877 lb)
Price in first year of sale 299.00 DM
Collectors' prices  
Source of data HdB d.Rdf-& Ferns-GrH 1956/57 / Radiokatalog Band 1, Ernst Erb
Literature/Schematics (1) -- Original-techn. papers.


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Schaub und Schaub-: Amigo 57U Type 9043
Threads: 2 | Posts: 10
Hits: 1892     Replies: 2
schaub: 57U (57 U); Amigo
Bill Morris
11.Aug.07
  1 Hallo:

Welche vorbildliche Anode Batterie benutzt dieser Radio? Ich habe einen Pertrix Katalog 1959, der alle ihre vorhandenen Batterien verzeichnet, aber keine scheinen, zusammenzubringen, was dieser Radio nimmt.

Bill

GR: Formatierung korrigiert - Kasten enfernt
Georg Richter
18.Sep.07
  2 Hi Bill,

this answer is posted on behalf of our member Mr. Johann Leber:

Schaub did not recommend a certain B+ battery of a dedicated manufacturer. You can use any 90V battery which fits mechanically into the battery compartment.

A+ is normally an 1,5V DEAC accumulator of type D3,5 (3,5 Ah), otherwise two pcs. 1,5V batteries of size D (or LR20 or AM1) in parallel.


You can call him in case of questions.

Kind Regards
Georg


Schaub hat weder ein spezielles Fabrikat noch eine besondere Type für die Anodenbatterie vorgeschlagen. Jede 90V-Batterie welche in das Batteriegehäuse passt kann verwendet werden.

Der Eintrag "D3,5 & 90V" wird von Herrn Leber zur Korrektur vorgeschlagen (1,5 & 90V), mit enstprechendem Eintrag bei "Bemerkungen".

GR
Konrad Birkner † 12.08.2014
19.Sep.07
  3

Die Angaben über die möglichen Speisespannungen wurden überholt. Die Netzspeisung durfte nicht unterschlagen werden.

Diese Angaben sollen aufzeigen, was von aussen (Netz) oder austauschbar (Batterien) zur Speisung in Frage kommt.

Die Deac-Zelle ist fest eingebaut und wird über das Netz aufgeladen. Somit wird sie bei den (zuführbaren) Spannungen nicht aufgeführt.
Wir geben ja auch nicht all die internen Betriebsspannungen für Anoden, Schirmgitter und die Gittervorspannungen an. Das sind Interna, die aus dem Schaltbild zu entnehmen sind. Ein gleiches gilt wohl auch für den Kleinakku hier, zumal eine Typenbezeichnung bei den Spannungen nichts verloren hat.

 
Hits: 1995     Replies: 6
schaub: 57U (57 U); Amigo
Bill Morris
25.May.07
  1 What model anode battery does this radio use?  I have a 1959 Pertrix catalog that lists all of their available batteries, but none seem to match what this radio takes.

Bill
Ernst Erb
18.Jun.07
  2

Maybe this will has to be posted in German if there is no answer within a week.

You can just change language in the editor and write it in German plus a Google-translation ...

Most persons speak only one language and have therefore reduced their selection to German only (or to English only ;-).

Bill Morris
11.Aug.07
  3 Hallo:

Welche vorbildliche Anode Batterie benutzt dieser Radio? Ich habe einen Pertrix Katalog 1959, der alle ihre vorhandenen Batterien verzeichnet, aber keine scheinen, zusammenzubringen, was dieser Radio nimmt.

Bill
Ernst Erb
11.Aug.07
  4

Dear Bill
I just trid to help when I wrote this in June.  I hoped somebody will see it and answer.

Now I think it is time to bring this in German - you seem to manage ;-)
But if you post it here on this thread which has the flag for English then probably most German speaking members will not see because they will have opted out other languages.

Therefore please begin a new thread and since you sure have RMorg in English then you change language in the WYWIWYG-editor (Forum editor) just above the title. This first post will tell the language (flag) for the whole thread. Post again from the model page - the same words you used here ... is fair enough.

But I think it is just a general battery for 90 volts plus the incorporated DEAC ni-cd-accumulator. Be careful that the accumulator does not leak ... Fortunately I took mine out of a similar radio Lord 900 from Loewe which I bought when I was about 20 years old as my first newly bought radio ;-)

Bill Morris
11.Aug.07
  5 Thanks Ernst--I've since reposted the same request in German with a German language listing.

I thought it would be a standard 90 volt battery also, but the battery compartment is very large, and I wonder if it used a bigger battery.

The accumulator was pulled out a long time ago, so I'll be making a repro using Kurt  Köhler 's circuit.

Bill
Ernst Erb
11.Aug.07
  6

Dear Bill

Yes, fine this should probably get an answer since many more from the country of origin of this model will see your post.

Yes, to emulate the accumulator is a good idea but the current consumption might drive you to use the set on the mains - or do you want to go out with it?

By the way:
If you copy a text you drop it with the pictogram with a "T" above and that will give you plain text.
Like this it may be too large etc. - but leave it as it is - everybody can read what you ask. there are a few who have made batteries like this also with modern devices - either Batteries or an electronic circuit with some batteries. Mostly done with a near original design. I think there is some examples in the forum.

Bill Morris
13.Aug.07
  7 I'll contact Kurt and have him post it.  It's his idea, and I think credit should go to him. 
 
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