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Little help with a part. Answered

OK I dissembled a WWII radar for its gold, silver and parts.

I got these Bradley Labs #SE6M82H parts they are 4 inches long and ½ inch in diameter, I may just melt for the silver but before I do I would like to make sure what they are first.

I think they are 25,000 to 50,000 volt rectifiers but I can’t get a datasheet or any other information on them.

So can anyone help me with information on this part?

Joe

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rickharris
rickharris

6 years ago

Can you give some idea of size? If they are small they look like fuses.

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Josehf Murchison
Josehf Murchison

Answer 6 years ago

I did they are 4 inches by 1/2 inch.

They also have an impedance of 12 meg ohm in one direction positive lead to red band on one end of the component.

They were connected to the out put of the high voltage transformer 50,000 volts.

Older high voltage diodes look like fuses and fit in fuse holders.

Joe

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rickharris
rickharris

Answer 6 years ago

OK not a fuse then! ALl the high voltage diodes I recall were like a standard vacuum tube. Sorry Don't know.

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Josehf Murchison
Josehf Murchison

Answer 6 years ago

That is a shame.

All except the fuse next to the quarter these are high voltage rectifiers from flybacks next to the ones I am looking for datasheets on. I was a TV repair man at one time.

As you can see they look a lot like fuses.

Do you know of any web sights that might have datasheets on antique components?

Joe

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rickharris
rickharris

Answer 6 years ago

OK not a fuse then! ALl the high voltage diodes I recall were like a standard vacuum tube. Sorry Don't know.

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petercd
petercd

6 years ago

Maybe heaters for vacuum tubes, they look like heaters of some sort.

Were they clipped into metal clips like fuses are?

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Josehf Murchison
Josehf Murchison

Answer 6 years ago

Yes silver clips on the high side of a 50,000 volt transformer leading to the CTR.

I'm sure they are a high voltage diodes.