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Old 26th March 2013, 06:04 PM   #1
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Default Can anyone identify this valve / tube?

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I have a few of these found at the bottom of a mixed batch of valves and have no idea what they are

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Old 26th March 2013, 06:10 PM   #2
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Possibly a Russian 6C19PI?

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Old 26th March 2013, 06:22 PM   #3
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The Russian 6C19PI is a triode and usually are seen with sharp pointed pins and a "flying saucer" getter.

My guess is a 6360 dual beam tetrode. You will need to follow a few pins to see if they match up with the data sheet. If I'm right, a single tube is a push pull audio output stage that makes 12 watts.
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Maybe, I cant find anything showing the end section with the square cut-outs??
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Old 26th March 2013, 06:27 PM   #5
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Hi Gorge

I think your right, cheers will check the data sheet tonight

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I have spent the last 5 years sorting through 41 large boxes that contained a total of about 100,000 loose unboxed tubes. I didn't count them all, just one box. I sorted each box by size, tossing all the broken ones. Then by number of pins, then unique features, and so on until they were mostly all sorted.

I found a few that looked like yours and they were all 6360's. The square cutouts on the beam plates were the unique feature that I sorted by. There could be some other tubes that have this feature, but they weren't in my collection.
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You have more? That one is likely dead - the getter flash looks oxidized.
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Hey Gorge.....that would have taken a few evenings!!

Yeah I think there were 3 more in the box, this one is dead as spotted
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Old 26th March 2013, 08:05 PM   #9
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Yes, looks like 6360 (QQV03/10 in UK, QQE03/12 in Europe). There are quick-heat directly heated versions too (used in mobile VHF transceivers). Check the heater.

Does it have an etch code?

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No etch code on this one, will check the others tonight.
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