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Discussion in 'Datasheets, Manuals and Component Identification' started by AndyD, Jun 21, 2017.

  1. AndyD

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    I am sorting my father's extensive collection of electronic and mechanical parts after his passing. Can anyone help tell me what these are, and if they have any value/usefulness? And, if so, connect me with

    who can use them? I am not electronically minded! Thanks in advance for any assistance
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  2. Harald Kapp

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    From left to right:
    1: ferrite antenna. Could be used to build an AM radio. Not a valuable article (new for a few cents).
    2. vaccum tube (valve) probably rather used and no longer very useful. Definitely not useful for a novice. Maybe useful for someone dabbling in antique electronics. You'd have to post the full inscription which is not well visible from the photo.
    3. I'm sorry, I don't know.
     
  3. duke37

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    The valve could be an EF50 or EF54. Is there a number on it? It is Philco which is part of Philips.

    The third picture is that of a sealed four pole change over relay. Very posh!
    It may have its working voltage on the other side.
     
  4. AndyD

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    Thank you!
     
  5. AndyD

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    Thank you- here is an image of the other side. The end says D14E. And what to do with them? There are several of the change over relays (5+?) I have a box of 100 of the ferrite antennae and maybe 50+ vacuum tubes, "new" but old. I saw some being sold in lots on ebay. Thank you for your responses.
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  6. duke37

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    The relay are to aircraft standard and the asking price is $50. I Googled rbm 22301.

    Sort the valves into types. Do not rub the glass to get a good reading. It is better to cool the valve in a fridge and then look at it when there is condensation.
    I do not think there will be much interest in valves with that base.(B8A)
     
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  7. AndyD

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    Thanks again- great help!
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