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OA90

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ID = 33907
       
Country:
Germany
Brand: Valvo GmbH, Radioröhrenfabrik; Hamburg
Tube type:  Solid-State-Diode   Detector 
Identical to OA90 = AA138 = D1_BRC = D12_BRC
Similar Tubes
Normally replaceable-slightly different:
  AA112 ; AA114 ; AA116 ; AA121 ; AA123 ; AA143 ; AAY21 ; AAY27 ; MR1_Diode ; OA160 ; OA70
First Source (s)
Mar.1958 : Valvo-Berichte
Predecessor Tubes OA70  

Base Wires
Filament Solid State
Description

Germanium contact point high-frequency diode, intended for use as detector in AM receivers. 75 degrees C max operating temperature.
Also made by the other Philips related manufacturers.

 
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Dimensions (WHD)
incl. pins / tip
5 x 12 x mm / 0.20 x 0.47 x inch
Weight 1 g / 0.04 oz
Literature - - Manufacturers Literature   Valvo-Handbuch 1968, KTT 1969/70
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  OA90: Funktechnik 9/66
Egon Strampe
 
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OA90: o
Anonymous 15 Collector

 
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OA90: TVT 1969 Verlag Nolde Dachau
Günther Stabe

 
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OA90: Valvo_Dioden_Transistoren_1959
Thomas Günzel


Usage in Models 1= 1957 ; 1= 1958?? ; 27= 1958 ; 13= 1959 ; 6= 1960?? ; 7= 1960? ; 23= 1960 ; 3= 1961?? ; 9= 1961? ; 35= 1961 ; 10= 1962?? ; 3= 1962? ; 32= 1962 ; 10= 1963?? ; 5= 1963? ; 86= 1963 ; 22= 1964?? ; 7= 1964? ; 92= 1964 ; 21= 1965?? ; 5= 1965? ; 87= 1965 ; 13= 1966?? ; 9= 1966? ; 64= 1966 ; 2= 1967?? ; 7= 1967? ; 76= 1967 ; 22= 1968?? ; 12= 1968? ; 91= 1968 ; 17= 1969?? ; 32= 1969? ; 70= 1969 ; 26= 1970?? ; 6= 1970? ; 64= 1970 ; 3= 1971?? ; 4= 1971? ; 73= 1971 ; 3= 1972?? ; 37= 1972? ; 36= 1972 ; 3= 1973?? ; 16= 1973? ; 27= 1973 ; 1= 1974?? ; 1= 1974? ; 4= 1974 ; 7= 1975?? ; 10= 1975? ; 6= 1975 ; 2= 1976 ; 2= 1977?? ; 2= 1977 ; 1= 1978? ; 2= 1978 ; 1= 1980? ; 1= 1982 ; 1= 1983?? ; 3= 1985?? ; 1= 1986?? ; 8= 9999

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