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Old 22nd January 2012, 05:44 PM   #1
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Default need help ID ing this tek Xformer

i got a tektronix transformer from a 533A but it seems to be a special type for the european market . dont look at me the tek was already way gone . i picked it up at an elderly man's house for next to nothing . i even got the tek whitout the tubes to gut out !

so alot of sockets . resistors pots knobs . connectors and a bounch of ceramic stand offs for the bin Oh and hey if your desperate for a little part . just ask . im gutting the thing at the moment (whit an soldering iron

transformer numbering is 1200-86

now i'd like to know the max currents of the HV windings . course im planning on using this unit for a steve bench EL509 reg.

the man i bought it from thought it was from an 545 wich is alot beefier than the 533 althrough they kinda have the same tube count

thanks in advance
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