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AW23 Voltage Regulators

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve Pierce on Thursday. 3 Replies

Hello all. Hope you are all doing well. I've recently come to own an AW23 chassis. Among the more interesting components of this radio are two "voltage regulator" tubes. Can someone tell me the…Continue

AW 15 band switch handle

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kent King May 8. 1 Reply

Hello all. It's my understanding that this forum may be a source for the escutcheon and handle for the band switch on a E.H. Scott AW 15 radio. It would be greatly appreciated if you could head me…Continue

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Steve Pierce replied to Steve Pierce's discussion AW23 Voltage Regulators
"Thanks to you both for the tutoring. On mine I'm getting about 142 volts at 124 VAC line. I'm even more anxious to get it working to the see the VR's in action.  On a side note, the radio didn't come with a power supply or…"
Thursday
Kent King replied to Steve Pierce's discussion AW23 Voltage Regulators
"as Dave noted, gas regulator tubes were quite common in circuits where you need a stable voltage. There were 3 regularly used tubes in the octal ear: 0B3, 0C3 and 0D3, which regulated voltage at 90, 110 and 150 respectively. The neon lamps Scott…"
Wednesday
David C. Poland replied to Steve Pierce's discussion AW23 Voltage Regulators
"The two neon VR's are wired in series. They stabilize the working plate voltage of the oscillator tube at about 150 volts, as I recall.. Benefit - Prevents stations drifting as the set warms up (after the first minute or so, once the VR tubes…"
Wednesday
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AW23 Voltage Regulators

Hello all. Hope you are all doing well. I've recently come to own an AW23 chassis. Among the more interesting components of this radio are two "voltage regulator" tubes. Can someone tell me the purpose of these tubes (other than the obvious) and how do they go about serving their purpose. Thank Steve See More
Wednesday
Steve Pierce replied to brad's discussion For sale - Allwave 23 Tuner Chassis
"Great. How about Walmart off of 136th and I25 at noon Saturday. If you have another preference that would be fine with me too. Thanks Steve"
May 20
Steve Pierce replied to brad's discussion For sale - Allwave 23 Tuner Chassis
"Hellooooo Brad. Are you there ????"
May 19
Steve Pierce replied to brad's discussion For sale - Allwave 23 Tuner Chassis
"I would like to take a  look. I'm in Severance, east of Fort Collins. Where are you located. You are welcome to call and we can discuss. Thanks Steve 970 215 5880"
May 18
Steve Pierce replied to brad's discussion For sale - Allwave 23 Tuner Chassis
"Hello. Do you have the speaker and power supply. Steve"
May 17
Kent King replied to Steve Pierce's discussion AW 15 band switch handle
"Steve - A very high quality reproduction is still available. Email me at kent3256@hotmail.com and I'll give you details and get one to you. - Kent"
May 8
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AW 15 band switch handle

Hello all. It's my understanding that this forum may be a source for the escutcheon and handle for the band switch on a E.H. Scott AW 15 radio. It would be greatly appreciated if you could head me the right direction on this. Thanks Steve PierceSee More
May 8
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Band switch lever for AW 15

Hello all. It's my understanding that this forum may be a source for the escutcheon and handle for the band switch on a E.H. Scott AW 15 radio. It would be greatly appreciated if you could head me the right direction on this. Thanks Steve PierceSee More
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Band switch lever for AW 15

Posted on May 8, 2020 at 12:56pm 0 Comments

Hello all. It's my understanding that this forum may be a source for the escutcheon and handle for the band switch on a E.H. Scott AW 15 radio. It would be greatly appreciated if you could head me the right direction on this. Thanks Steve Pierce

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