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R14

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ID = 8086
       
 
   
Tube type:  LOCKED OFF PART (CODE 9) - see in Notes 
Identical to R14

Base SPECIAL TUBEBASE in general (Codex=Eo)
Filament Direct
Description This R14 tube is listed under R14_Record because there is also a triode R14 from Radiotechnique. That one is found under R14_Radiotechnique. We keep here a R14 without any date to prevent further creating of a R14 - this one is "blocked by code9 from usage. 
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Information source Taschenbuch zum Röhren-Codex 1948/49   
 

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R14
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R14 (R14)
Peter den Boer
19.Nov.10
  1

When I was trying to create a R14_Dario, I saw this tube http://www.radiomuseum.org/tubes/tube_r14.html

The manufacturer was unknown, so I changed the manufacturer in Radio Record, because it is clearly a Radio Record tube. But this page mention the designation R14 = RE084. All the Radio Record tubes with a designation starting wit a R are rectifiers. So the designation R14 is wrong. The shape of this tube is not specific enough to tell which the real designation is. So I suggest to contact Uwe Rossier for the real designation or delete this entry.

Peter den Boer

Wolfgang Holtmann
19.Nov.10
  2

Dear Peter

Thank you for drawing our attention to the erroneous information on the R14 page.

One can find the Radio Record Rectifier R14 and the Dario Triode R14 in the RM Database separately.

Kind regards.

 
R14
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