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Diode cross reference

Discussion in 'Datasheets, Manuals and Component Identification' started by TrippKJ4BKD, Oct 24, 2009.

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  1. TrippKJ4BKD


    Oct 24, 2009
    Hello, All

    I am replaceing components on a 30+ year old HAM radio.
    Replaceing parts on Rectifier board.
    I need to find modern equivalent to old diodes
    V08J- what I believe to be an 800v diode at 1.1 A. I could be wrong.
    V06E-400V at 1.1A
    V03C 300V at 1.3A again theese values maybe wrong.

    Does anyone know the cross reference modern equivalent. I am haveing a terible time finding theese online.

    Any help is most appreciated.
  2. Resqueline


    Jul 31, 2009
    The part numbers seems to be valid, and if they look the same in real life as in the datasheets you found on the net then the data you suggest is most likely correct.
    As they seem to be used for simple ac rectifying duties in the radio you can replace them with just about anything that has at least the same ratings.
    The wire gage (as well as body size) will reveal a lot about their current rating.
    So you could use the good ol' 1N5408 (1000V 3A) to replace them all, if there is enough room for their larger body and wire gage. If not you'll easily find many 1000V 1.5A glass bead body diodes that will do the job.
  3. fzabkar


    Oct 18, 2009
    Cross references

    V06E - 600V, 1A:

    V03C - 1kV, 1A:

    V08J - 800V, 1.1A:
  4. TrippKJ4BKD


    Oct 24, 2009
    Thanks guys for the quick responses to my diode question. I guess then it is ok to use higher value voltage and watt ratings for the diodes. I hope I will soon get this old ham radio back on the air.

    73, KJ4BKD
  5. fzabkar


    Oct 18, 2009
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