[Milsurplus] Old Resistors

J. Forster jfor at QUIK.COM
Thu Jan 21 19:43:21 EST 2010

They are early WW II vintage (1941-42?). They are used in the ASB-5 and
ARB at least. The ones I've seen are ceramic tubes with the ends filled
with red or reddish brown compound of somme sort.



> In sorting out my collection of assorted old carbon comp resistors,
> I've come across some with a ceramic rather than the more conventional
> brown phenolic outer surface.  I know I've seen these in equipment but
> I can put my finger neither on the application nor the time frame.  If
> someone has any info or can direct me to it, I'd greatly appreciate
> it.


> Much thanks.
> Best regards,
> Michael, WH7HG
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