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Schematic or tube number needed

Postby Bill Fain » Mon Oct 25, 2010 11:26 am

Hi, A friend of mine picked up a Harshaw Model NV-26 (2kv ,20 ma) power supply from the scrap yard. It looks in good condition, but the power oscillator vacuum tube is shattered beyond recognition. It is an octal tube with a top hat. Would anyone happen to have a schematic or know the particular tube number for this? It was built prior to 1981. Thanks. -bill
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Re: Schematic or tube number needed

Postby Doug Coulter » Mon Oct 25, 2010 5:55 pm

We might help him better if we knew what he wanted it for. That's an easy supply to achieve with a CCFL and couple diodes and caps, or close.
Sounds like it was meant for detector power?
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Re: Schematic or tube number needed

Postby Bill Fain » Mon Oct 25, 2010 6:04 pm

Hi, I'm not really sure what he wants to do with it. I just figure he wants to get it fixed because it was a well built quality device (everything is in sockets, even the transformers) and may be useful down the road. I'll ask him what his plans are for it. -bill
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