CP 1005:1962 - The use of electronic valves

CP 1005:1962

The use of electronic valves

Status : Withdrawn   Published : November 1962

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This code is intended to give guidance to designers of equipment using electronic valves, so that optimum performance and life may be secured. It contains a section applicable to all electronic valves and separate sections giving additional recommendations specifically appropriate to different classes of valves, viz.: domestic receiving valves; cathode-ray tubes; rectifiers including grid controlled rectifiers (thyratrons); photocells; transmitting valves; cold cathode tubes; magnetrons; special quality valves.




Standard NumberCP 1005:1962
TitleThe use of electronic valves
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date28 November 1962
Withdrawn Date15 October 1999
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Draft Superseded ByAA(ELCP)2241 DC
DescriptorsElectron tubes, Electronic equipment and components, Ratings, Voltage control, Installation, Ventilation, Electrical connections, Receivers, Communication equipment, Transmitters, Cathode-ray tubes, Safety measures, Photoelectric cells, Rectifier tubes, Thyratrons, Phototubes, Cold-cathode tubes, Gas-filled tubes, Glow-discharge tubes, Arc-discharge tubes, Gas-discharge tubes, Magnetrons, Microwave tubes, Maintenance
ICS29.200
31.100
Title in FrenchUtilisation de tubes electroniques
Title in GermanGebrauch elektronischer Roehren
CommitteeL/-
ISBN0 580 34470 3
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages54
File Size592.5 KB
Price£254.00


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