The first electronic amplification of sound was done with Vacuum Tubes. We have pre-amp, power and rectifier vacuum tubes among other types in New Old Stock from the golden era of American & European manufacturing as well as current production tubes from today.
Vacuum TubesThe first electronic amplification of sound was done with Vacuum Tubes. We have pre-amp, power and rectifier vacuum tubes among other types in New Old Stock from the golden era of American & European manufacturing as well as current production tubes from today.
New Old Stock 6W5-G. Full-wave high-vacuum rectifier.
Also known by US military identifier VT-197A. The 5Y3GT is a filamentary twin-diode designed for full-wave rectifier operation in power supplies that have d-c output current requirements up to approximately 125 milliamperes. RCA brand.
The Tube Amp Doctor 5Y3GT / 6087 is a small bottle rectifier designed to perform closely to the original rectifier tubes used in many 1950s tweed amplifiers. This rectifier offers high reliability due to its rugged construction and the Tube Amp Doctor Premium Selection process. The TAD 5Y3GT is a great tube for vintage style sag compression.
High vacuum full wave rectifying tube.
Small, closely spaced, low-capacitance, high-vacuum diode designed for use through ultra-high frequencies. In measurement work, it is well suited to mounting in a probe and will maintain accuracy
Premium directly heated heavy duty rectifier Diode. Re-issue of the most popular rectifier valve ever built by Mullard. Helps extend the life of the other valves in the amplifier by allowing them to heat up before plate voltage is applied.
- Low internal voltage drop & controlled heater warm up time
- Excellent choice for both Hifi and instrument amplification
- Replacement/upgrade for all 5AR4/GZ34 types
The 0Z4A is a gas-filled, double diode employing an ionic-heated cathode. Its principal application is as a full-wave power rectifier in equipment with vibrator type power supplies.
Combines a half-wave rectifier and a beam-power amplifier in the same envelope. It is designed for AC-DC service from a 117 volt line in three-way portable receivers.
Heater, for unipotential cathode. 117 volts AC-DC.
Full-wave rectifier designed for use in three-way portable receivers. Except for a common heater, the rectifier sections are separate, permitting the tube to be used as a full-wave or a half-wave rectifier, or as a voltage doubler.
1641/RK60 - Rectifier, Full Wave
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Glass-type half-wave high-vacuum rectifier with an indirectly heated cathode. It is especially designed for use in a-c/d-c and automobile receivers.
Heater-cathode type full-wave high-vacuum rectifier doubler tube designed for use in the power supply of a-c or a-c/d-c receivers. Eletrically the 25Z5, 25Z6, and 25Z6GT are identical.
Ruggedized heater-cathode type double diode using the 9 pin miniature construction. It is suitable for use in half or full wave rectifier applications or as a voltage doubler.
Half-wave high-vacuum rectifier designed for use in a-c/d-c receivers. The heater is tapped to permit operation of a panel lamp.
Half-wave high-vacuum rectifier designed for use in a-c/d-c receivers. Electrically the 35Z3 is equivalent to the 35Z5GT except that the heater of the 35Z3 is not tapped for operation of a panel lamp.
Combines two independent diodes in the lock-in construction permitting the tube to be used as a power rectifier in either half-wave, full-wave, or voltage doubler applications.
Filament-type high-vacuum full-wave rectifier designed for service in power supplies of moderate current requirements. The electrical characteristics of the 5AZ4 are equivalent to those of the 5Y3GT.
New-Old-Stock (NOS) tube
5R4GA - Rectifier, Full Wave
5R4GA - Rectifier, Full Wave
Long life, ruggedized, reliable full wave rectifier tube.
The 5T4 is designed for service as a power rectifier in AC operated receivers.
The 5X4 is designed for service as a power rectifier in AC operated receivers which require high currents
Full-wave vacuum rectifier.
The 5Y4G is designed for use as a power rectifier in AC operated receivers.