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Vacuum Tube - 12BH7A, Triode, Dual, Medium MU

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Customer image:<br/>"12BH7s were used in place of 12AU7 in this Elekit TU-8600.  The long cathode/plate really brought the music to life."
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Customer image: "12BH7s were used in place of 12AU7 in this Elekit TU-8600.  The long cathode/plate really brought the music to life."
SKU: T-12BH7A
Item ID: 004472
Price: $29.90
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New Old-Stock (N.O.S.) tube.

The 12BH7-A is a miniature, medium-mu twin triode designed primarily for use as a vertical-deflection amplifier in television receivers. In this application, the two sections may be employed in parallel, or they may be employed as a combined vertical-deflection amplifier and vertical oscillator. The tube is also suitable for use as the horizontal oscillator in television receivers as well as in a wide variety of general-purpose applications. Each section of the 12BH7-A features a relatively high plate current at low plate voltages and is capable of withstanding the high pulse voltages normally encountered in vertical-amplifier applications.

The 12BH7-A differs from the 12BH7 primarily by incorporating a controlled heater warm-up characteristic which makes the tube particularly suited for use in television receivers which employ 600 mA series-connected heaters.

UPC/EAN: 609722133241

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PDF:NOS Tube Specification Sheet (340.97 KB)12bh7a.pdf
Note: These new-old-stock vacuum tube specifications are provided as informational only, and in no way guarantee the brand or exact functionality of the vacuum tube you receive. Data from tubedata.org or other sources as supplied by John Atwood.

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