6.3 volt indirectly heated cathode, probably manufactured by Mullard, England, circa 1941. Manufactured for the Royal Air Force, England.

VR92 didode. VR92 and 10E/105 were the RAF designations for the EA50. It was later given the Joint Services designation of CV1092. It was developed in the late 1930s for use as a detector in television receivers but during World War II (1939 - 1945) it was adopted for use in radar.

Physical Description

Small cylindrical bulb with three pins in a glass pinch at one end and one pin at the other.

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