Full wave rectifier. Widely used in mantel radios and other electronic equipment requiring a supply current of less than 70 mA. Also known as EZ35.
This valve was introduced in about 1939 for use in car radios but became very popular in the post-war years for use in mantel radios as well. This example was produced after 1960 because it does not carry an excise stamp.
Manufacturer: Amalgamated Wireless Valve Co., Sydney, Australia.
6.3 V indirectly heated cathode.

Physical Description

Tubular bulb with octal base with 6 pins present.

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