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Old 29th April 2006, 11:21 PM   #1
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Anyone know what this big Telefunkin might be? I couldn't resist it at the junk shop. The number appears to be RL12P35 and date is 1964. The 2 screw terminals on top are labeled A and B. The tube next to it is an EL34.
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where did you get those sockets with the terminal blocks in them?
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where did you get those sockets with the terminal blocks in them?
They look like standard octal relay sockets.
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where did you get those sockets with the terminal blocks in them?

They are the best thing since bread. I got mine at a electrical wholesale supplier I use at work. They are just octal reay sockets. The voltage rating is only 300 but I've never had a problem just using them for mock-up purposes.
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You know, I've used those octal sockets for almost 25 years and never once did using them with tubes occur to me. Thanks for rap on the head!
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