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UCL82

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ID = 942
       
Country:
Europe
Brand: Common type Europe tube/semicond.
Tube type:  Triode-Pentode   Audio Frequency 
Identical to UCL82 = LN119 = 50BM8 = 10PL12
Similar Tubes
Heater different:
  ECL82 ; LCL82 ; PCL82 ; XCL82
First year 1956 Tube leaflet collection E.Erb Analysis by original leaflets
First Source (s)
Jun.1956 : Funkschau # 11
Predecessor Tubes UCL81   UCL11  

Base Noval, B9A
Was used by Radio/TV-reception etc.
Filament Vf 50 Volts / If 0.1 Ampere / Indirect / Series, AC/DC
Description

The UCL82 is derived from the PCL82, which was designed for TV purposes. However, the UCL82 was almost exclusively used as AF pre- and output amp, although the triode section is greatly oversized for this application.

Just as the PCL82, the output section of the UCL82 has been designed for an anode and screen voltage of 170V as usual for universal ac/dc receivers.

Unlike as the PCL82, the UCL82 was not superseded by an UCL86 after some years.

 
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  UCL82: Courtesy Bureau Belper (De Muiderkring, Bussum), Scan Frank Philipse
Karel De Reus †
 
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UCL82: J.K.
Jürgen Küting

 
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UCL82: rtt
Michael Schlör

 
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UCL82: Iven Müller
Iven Müller


Usage in Models 9= 1956?? ; 6= 1956? ; 18= 1956 ; 7= 1957?? ; 12= 1957? ; 17= 1957 ; 10= 1958?? ; 20= 1958? ; 44= 1958 ; 6= 1959?? ; 12= 1959? ; 52= 1959 ; 20= 1960?? ; 25= 1960? ; 29= 1960 ; 4= 1961?? ; 6= 1961? ; 28= 1961 ; 4= 1962?? ; 22= 1962? ; 12= 1962 ; 2= 1963?? ; 11= 1963? ; 25= 1963 ; 6= 1964?? ; 18= 1964? ; 15= 1964 ; 5= 1965?? ; 13= 1965? ; 5= 1965 ; 1= 1966?? ; 7= 1966? ; 9= 1966 ; 3= 1967?? ; 6= 1967? ; 9= 1967 ; 2= 1968?? ; 2= 1969?? ; 2= 1969 ; 2= 1970?? ; 1= 1970 ; 1= 1971 ; 1= 1994 ; 3= 9999

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