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Old 26th November 2006, 03:11 AM   #1
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Default Familiar with GE series SCRs?

I have a couple of substantial looking SCRs made by GE, probably dating back to the late sixties. I pulled them from some of the popular rackmount lambda power supplies of the day, in the end using the lambda cases for large amplifiers.

The numbers on these ar FBP-00-010. I wonder if anyone knows any pattern to their numbering scheme? Or if someone actually knows or has a list of the numbers. I can't seem to find information on the net.


I simply would like to know the maximum reverse voltage and forward current for this SCR.

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Old 29th November 2006, 03:40 AM   #3
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Hi Duo,
Lambda normally used "house numbers" for their parts. So your parts may be a Lambda number, not a GE number at all.

I really hate to say this, but have you checked for an NTE cross ref? AN old ECG book may have a cross.

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CHecked all that, I'm quite sure this is a GE number too. I have found other GE SCRs under the same numbering scheme.

The transistors in that supply didn't use house numbers either.
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Hi Duo,
I Googled your number and get offers to quote on them, but no specs.

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Yes I know; believe me I did search around.
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