Need a spec sheet Varian VA-92K Tube
wb4jfi at knology.net
Thu Apr 30 16:18:36 CDT 2009
That sounds like an old Magnatron, in a former life we used to use a lot of
Does it look like a normal tube (glass), or is it all metal, with a
rectangular hole? If it has the hole, the size of the hole will indicate
what band it is on.
If it's am maggie, the good bet is that it's bad after 40 years.
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> Subject: Need a spec sheet Varian VA-92K Tube
> Hi all,
> Got my hands on some odd ball tubes.
> These are small microwave tubes with date codes from November 1969.
> The number on the side reads VA-92K.
> After 40 years I can't imagine that they still work and have not gassed.
> Will see if I can bring one to Taco's saturday.
> Thanks in advance.
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