[Boatanchors] 2C39 Tubes
george at maiergroup.com
Sun Apr 20 09:06:42 EDT 2014
I have a rather obscure 432 AM / CW Transmitter commercially built for amateur use by Centimeg Electronics. It dates back to 1960 or so, and puts out around 15 W or so. I also have the matching Centimeg 432 converter. Cool stuff for its time.
73, George - W1LSB
> On Apr 20, 2014, at 8:00 AM, Brian Carling <bcarling at cfl.rr.com> wrote:
> It sounds like this would be a really fun project. I always wanted to build an HF CW rig using a 5894 tube... In a mailbox chassis/ cabinet, I still think mailboxes have a future with me in home brew transmitter projects!
> I will use some other tube probably - maybe a 6CL6 - 829B combo...
> Best regards - Bry Carling, AF4K
>> On Apr 20, 2014, at 3:17 AM, "Michael" <k3mxo.hi at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Sitting here acting all kinds of innocent is a brace of 2C39s complete with
>> the socket doodads and thingamajigs including an air plenum for the plates.
>> The plan, such as it is, is to drive them with a brace of 2C40s with other
>> cool looking tubes back along the RF train. The 2C39s would be running
>> Class C in one of my more unique HF CW rigs. The opposite end of the RF
>> train is supposed to be a Vackar VFO executed with acorn tubes. Did I
>> mention "unique"?
>> So much fun, so few wahines to chase ...
>> Best Regards,
>> Michael, K3MXO, CBLA #6, BL01hx15np24 ... or there abouts
>> Sometimes I pretend to be normal but it gets boring so I go back to being
>> Hiki Nô!
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