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AD162

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ID = 33992
       
Country:
Europe
Brand: Common type Europe tube/semicond.
Tube type:  Transistor   Power/Output 
Identical to AD162
Similar Tubes
Other shape (e.g. bulb type):
  2S107 ; AUZ11 ; TF78
Normally replaceable-slightly different:
  2SB130 ; 2SB17 ; 2SB242 ; 2SB254 ; 2SB367 ; 2SB368 ; 2SB448 ; 2SB466 ; 2SB473 ; 2SB481 ; 2SB487 ; 2SB488 ; 2SB63 ; 2SB80 ; AD152 ; AD155 ; AD156 ; AD164 ; AD169 ; AD262 ; ADY10 ; ADY12 ; GD617 ; OC30
Different maximum ratings:
  2SB474
Other base and data slightly different:
  2SB108 ; 2SB16 ; 2SB463 ; ADY19
First Source (s)
Mar.1962 : Valvo-Berichte
Predecessor Tubes TF78  

Base SPECIAL TUBEBASE in general
Filament Solid State
Description

PNP germanium alloy transistor intended as power amplifier in AF applications.
Also made by Mullard and Philips related manufacturing plants.

 
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Dimensions (WHD)
incl. pins / tip
19 x 31 x 8 mm / 0.75 x 1.22 x 0.31 inch
Weight 4 g / 0.14 oz
Literature -- Collector info (Sammler)   KTT 1969/70
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  AD162: Funktechnik 16/66
Egon Strampe
 
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AD162: M.S.
Michael Schlör

 
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AD162: KTT 1969/70
Günther Stabe

 
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AD162: valvo Handbuch 1974
Michael Schlör


Usage in Models 1= 1963?? ; 1= 1964? ; 4= 1965?? ; 1= 1965? ; 5= 1966?? ; 6= 1966? ; 19= 1966 ; 8= 1967?? ; 10= 1967? ; 44= 1967 ; 3= 1968?? ; 16= 1968? ; 67= 1968 ; 3= 1969?? ; 13= 1969? ; 77= 1969 ; 26= 1970?? ; 25= 1970? ; 60= 1970 ; 8= 1971? ; 48= 1971 ; 3= 1972?? ; 11= 1972? ; 42= 1972 ; 2= 1973? ; 8= 1973 ; 2= 1974?? ; 1= 1974? ; 3= 1974 ; 12= 1975?? ; 1= 1975 ; 1= 1976 ; 2= 1977 ; 1= 1978 ; 1= 1980?? ; 1= 1980? ; 2= 9999

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