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Old 20th December 2009, 10:14 PM   #1
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Default M8136 M8137 Mullard

I have found some Mullard M-series tube, M8136, M8137 and M8098 in my garbage

They are equivalent of ECC82 and ECC83 but I can't find online the original datasheet of these tube. I only know they are a special quality of these tubes.

The M8098 look like a regulator tube, at which tension?

Any help?
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M8098 is an 85V neon reference and looks very similar to 85A2.
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M8098 is an 85V neon reference and looks very similar to 85A2.
The 85A2 is a great reference imho...
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M8137 and M8136 are direct equivalent to ECC83 and ECC82 M Series is Mullard military version having box type anode pale
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I have found some Mullard M-series tube, M8136, M8137 and M8098 in my garbage

They are equivalent of ECC82 and ECC83 but I can't find online the original datasheet of these tube. I only know they are a special quality of these tubes.

The M8098 look like a regulator tube, at which tension?

Any help?
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