In Reply to: RE: Looking for 7189 Russian equavalent posted by Eli Duttman on July 8, 2012 at 08:47:00:
I am not sure there is an easy answer to this question but I thought I would ask anyway.
What is the translation/significance or meaning of the EB/ev suffix? I gather from the context it is roughly equivalent to our "A" suffix, meaning "heavy duty". There are a number of designations out there in tube land which don't signify all that much, but in this case it has a very important meaning. I don't know what if any structural differences there are between the basic tube and the EB/EV version? Anybody know?
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Topic - Looking for 7189 Russian equavalent - JoeRB 05:50:52 07/08/12 (7)
- Thank you. nt - JoeRB 19:50:39 07/08/12 (0)
- RE: Looking for 7189 Russian equavalent - Jim McShane 12:05:30 07/08/12 (1)
- Exactly - geoff 14:00:55 07/08/12 (0)
- RE: Looking for 7189 Russian equavalent - Eli Duttman 08:47:00 07/08/12 (3)