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6Q7G
Twin Diode High-Mu Triode

EIA Base & Outline

EIA Base: 7VEIA Bulb: 12-8

Substitute Data

Substitutes ................................... 6B6 6T7
Source ........................................ RCA RC-15 - 1947

Application

Source ........................................ RCA RC-15 - 1947
Glass octal type used as a combined detector, amplifier, and avc tube in radio receivers. Requires octal socket and may be mounted in any position.

Mechanical Data

Source ........................................ RCA RC-15 - 1947
Bulb .......................................... ST-12
EIA Outline ................................... 12-8
EIA Base ...................................... 7V

Electrical Data

Source ........................................ RCA RC-15 - 1947
Heater Voltage ................................ 6.3 V
Heater Current ................................ 0.3 A
Maximum Heater-Cathode Voltage
Heater Positive with Respect to Cathode
DC Component ............................ 90 V
Heater Negative with Respect to Cathode
DC Component ............................ 90 V

Source ........................................ RCA RC-15 - 1947
For other characteristics and typical operation, see 6Q7

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