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SKU: P-C70-A
Item ID: 008539
List Price: $8.95
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Will replace broadcast band coils in any tube type radio. Adjustable inductance for perfect tracking. Mount on bus wire leads or in 5/16" hole. Coils are similar to Miller numbers that correspond.

  • Primary coil inductance: 2mH
  • Secondary coil inductance: 191uH

UPC/EAN: 609722162487

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Product Reviews

5.00 out of 5 based on 10 reviews

Used this coil for a tuned RF section on a cascode RF pre-amp
using 2 x 6DS4 nuvistors. Actually, it is an old modified Ameco premap.
Checked it out on my SDR with its pre-amp off. Works great!
Will be using this for an upcoming AM DX contest. This will be the front end of
an older 1V battery powered tuve radio. ed

Ed Papson - December 9th, 2018

Mice got to the antenna coil in a Magnavox CR-216 chassis. Used this as a replacement and it worked just fine. No trouble with alignment.

Moogy - August 1st, 2018

I got a Philco 40-90 as a gift for repairing a radio for a friend. It had an open antenna coil (probably a lightning strike). After replacing all 5 caps and wires I replaced the antenna coil the radio worked perfect. I highly recommend this coil if your radio has an open coil.

Mwsims - December 12th, 2016

Fast shipping,antenna coil works great.

Darrell C. - April 20th, 2016

The antenna coil is an exact replacement for many old tube radios. Many I work on
have the antenna winding open ( lightning strike on an outside wire ?)
Good value replacement from AES.

Mike Kelly - February 21st, 2016

This coil works very well for a crystal radio or with a grid-leak detector. Just like the adjustable loopsticks of days gone by. If you are new to electronics, be sure to use a non-metallic adjustment tool. Connect # 2 and 3 to a good ground.

BB - December 4th, 2015

So far the antenna coil seems to working ok. More test need to be done.

Paul Dashnaw - April 6th, 2015

I bought the part to make up a Wave Trap for my 1926 Stewart Warner Radio. Every part that I have ordered has arrived in perfect condition.

David DeRosier - November 24th, 2014

Antenna coil worked fine.

Wayne McGinnis - October 30th, 2014

Worked great for me.

Buffalo Bill - August 4th, 2014

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