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1946 - 6D4 miniature thyratron designed particularly for compact, portable or light-weight equipment, it is unaffected by ambient temperature

MINIATURE THYRATRON

E&MP52.030

Electronics

March 13, 1946

Designed particularly for compact, portable or light-weight equipment, it is unaffected by ambient temperature.

A miniature thyratron measuring only 2 1/8" overall and mounted in a T-5 1/2 bulb, suitable for many electronic control applications where equipment must be compact, portable or light-weight has been announced by Sylvania Electric Products Inc., Radio Tube Division, 500 Fifth Avenue, New York 18, N. Y. The tube may be operated in any position and is not affected by ambient temperature.

Typical ratings and characteristics of the type 6D4 miniature thyratron are as follows:

  • Heater voltage, a-c or d-c
6.3 volts
  • Heater current
250 milliamperes
  • Maximum voltage between elements
450 volts
  • Heating time
30 seconds
  • Maximum peak anode current
100 milliamperes
  • Maximum heater-cathode voltage
-100 volts
+ w25 volts

E.C. Tompson, F 19-35M-1-46
40 EAST 34TH STREET, NEW YORK 16, N. Y.
ASHLAND 4-4900

Original Caption by Science Service
NEWELL-EMMETT COMPANY
Sylvania Electric Products



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