[Amps] YC-156 Amp
Thu, 28 Feb 2002 19:26:29 -0800
There's a Teflon chimney,(not shown),
from the tube's cooler up to the top
cover. The goal was low back pressure
plus tank component cooling, seems to
Air inlets are placed at various places
in the cabinet floor to cool the
transformer, PSU and control circuits.
The cabinet stays cool to the touch.
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Behalf Of Norman Hockler
Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2002 5:53
Subject: Re: [Amps] YC-156 Amp
At 12:30 PM 2/28/02 -0800, you wrote:
I see you are using a pressurized
compartment and no chimney on the
YC-156. I dont know what your design
power level is but it would seem to
me that you have reduced the tubes
capability appreciably. With 300 watts
of filament power to dissipate you might
not have much left for plate
dissipation. What power level did you
from your design??
>Finally fired up the YC-156 50mhz amp.
>For those interested, I've posted some
>specs and early test numbers in
>gallery-4 on my site.
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