>The following link will take you directly to the Acrobat pdf data sheet
>for the HV PCN resistors manufactured by RCD.
// Tnx fer the URL, Ken.
According to the joule ratings, the PCN5 would handle a SB-220, and the
PCN50 would handle a "tetrode with handles" amplifier.
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>> Check out RCD resistors at www.rcd-comp.com. Go to their resistor page
>> listings - look up PCN SERIES. They have non-inductive solid-ceramic
>> construction. Sizes 2W-5W wire leaded would be excellent for standard
>> parasitic suppressor construction. Larger sizes 10W-270W designed for
>> mounting clips. 50W size rated to 70KV max pulse voltage - dimensions
>> long x .788 dia. Larger sizes would be excellent for building a custom
>> non-inductive dummy load also. 73 Todd Roberts WD4NGG .
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