[TCML] 833A Tube
dr.hankenstein at earthlink.net
Thu Jan 29 04:33:52 MST 2009
Yes they are. Try ordering a mached set of four with new sockets, plate
caps and filament xfmr....that's over $1000 alone; let alone a matched set
of four commercial-grade 230volt MOTs, the main mica transmitting capacitor
and all the other perifrial decives required. You could easilily get into
much $$$ to make it happen. Then there's always the question: "Did I select
the proper components?" There goes some more cash! In my case, it has often
taken over a year from first inception to completion of a project. I spend
alot of time shopping for parts. One piece at a time and eventually
finished. Results do vary. I have scrapped many an idea in mid stream, and
ended up with a box of parts! Enough said. I still love building coils!
> [Original Message]
> From: Robert Byron <mustang_5l87 at hotmail.com>
> To: Tesla List <tesla at pupman.com>
> Date: 1/28/2009 8:19:02 PM
> Subject: [TCML] 833A Tube
> Are these things really that expensive?
> Can anyone get one cheaper?
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