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Receiver B46 Admiralty Patt. 58674

Receiver B46; Standard Radio & (ID = 380720) Commercial Re
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Receiver B46; Standard Radio & (ID = 380720) Commercial Re
Standard Radio &: Receiver B46 [Commercial Re] ID = 380720 933x628
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For model Receiver B46 Admiralty Patt. 58674, Standard Radio & Telefon AB (SRT), Stockholm:
From the Collection of HMS Collingwood Radio Museum
 
Country:  Sweden
Manufacturer / Brand:  Standard Radio & Telefon AB (SRT), Stockholm
Year: 1965 ?? Category: Commercial Receiver (may include amateur bands)
Semiconductors (the count is only for transistors) Semiconductors present.
Main principle Superhet with RF-stage
Wave bands Short Wave (SW only)
Details
Power type and voltage Line / Storage batteries (perhaps also batteries) / 230 / 24 Volt
Loudspeaker Permanent Magnet Dynamic (PDyn) Loudspeaker (moving coil)
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: Receiver B46 [Admiralty Patt. 58674] - Standard Radio & Telefon AB
Material Metal case
Shape Tablemodel, with any shape - general.
Dimensions (WHD) 20.25 x 17 x 13.75 inch / 514 x 432 x 349 mm
Notes Shortwave receiver for maritime / military use, covering 1,5 -15 MHz (1,4-3,3 / 3,3-7,3 / 7,3-15 MHz), AM, CW.
Part of Royal Navy Type 612E wireless station.
Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg) 27 kg / 59 lb 7.5 oz (59.471 lb)
Source of data -- Original-techn. papers.

Model page created by Martin Bösch. See "Data change" for further contributors.



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standardra: Use of Receiver B46
Martin Bösch
05.Nov.07
  1 The Receiver B46 was a part of several marine communications systems of the Royal Navy:

For reception only:
Receiver outfit CAJ
  Receiver B46 + A.C. Power Supply (Adm.Patt. 65167) + D.C. Power Supply (Adm.Patt. 58426)
Receiver outfit CAL (Adm.Patt. 65873)
  Receiver B46 + A.C. Power Supply (Adm.Patt. 65167)
Receiver outfit CAN (Adm.Patt. 58674)
  Receiver B46 + D.C. Power Supply (Adm.Patt. 58426)

Transmitter / receiver combinations:
Type 612 E
  Receiver B46 (Adm.Patt. 58674) + Receiver B47 (Adm.Patt. 58675)
  + Transmitter 5AH (Adm.Patt. 59517) + Modulator Unit (Adm.Patt. 65169) + Aerial Tuning Unit (Adm.Patt. 65168)
used as emergency equipment in destroyers replacing systems TCS and 607/8

Type 612 EF / F
  Receiver B46 (Adm.Patt. 58674)
  + Transmitter 5AH (Adm.Patt. 59517) + Modulator Unit (Adm.Patt. 65169) + Aerial Tuning Unit (Adm.Patt. 65168)
  + Supply Unit for 5AH (Adm.Patt. 66199)
used as emergency equipment in bridge wireless office of cruisers and 2nd wireless office in flotilla leaders replacing systems 60EQR

Type 612 ET
  Receiver B46 (Adm.Patt. 58674) + Receiver B47 (Adm.Patt. 58675)
  + Transmitter 5AH (Adm.Patt. 59517) + Modulator Unit (Adm.Patt. 65169) + Aerial Tuning Unit (Adm.Patt. 65168)
  + Remote Control Unit (Adm.Patt. 58408), no aerial outfit
used as temporary shore station for landing parties, replacing Type 52ERT.

hope that helps
Martin Boesch
 
Standard Radio &: Receiver B46
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