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1947 - 48-stack heavy power Selenium Rectifier

NEW SELENIUM RECTIFIER OFFERS UNUSUAL FLEXIBILITY

E&MP120.004

Rectifiers

June 28, 1947

The 48-stack heavy power Selenium Rectifier, typical of a new series of highly flexible Selenium Rectifiers recently developed by the Federal Telephone and Radio Corporation, Newark, N.J., manufacturing associate of the International telephone and Telegraph Corporation.


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Federal Telephone and Radio Corporation

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