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bembel 11th November 2006 01:23 PM

E182CC substituion ?
 
I am repairing a VTVM and have no replacement E182CC, Any substitutes (same pinout), at least, the time to debug & fix it.

Thanks.

Sherman 11th November 2006 02:14 PM

The data sheet says "in many applications it is a replacement for the 5687" so that might be the place to start.

Check- http://tdsl.duncanamps.com/dcigna/tu...ex/7119-1h.gif

bembel 11th November 2006 02:45 PM

thanks Sherman

Brian Beck 11th November 2006 04:01 PM

Yes, the 7119 is the alternate part number. Although often mentioned as a 5687 substitute, the 7119/E182CC is really quite different (as is the 7044). If has a higher mu and higher gm, and the plate structure is significantly larger. Both it and the 5687 make nice audio tubes, by the way.

Eli Duttman 11th November 2006 04:03 PM

Bembel,

A potential for pin out problems is present with the possible substitutions.

E182CC data sheet here.
6n30p data sheet here.
5687 data sheet here.
ECC99 data sheet here.

bembel 11th November 2006 04:11 PM

Thanks all, Problem identified, nothing to see with the E182CC, it was a dead Nuvistor! damned I have no spare.
Anyway your info is very usefull to get a spare one for the future.


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