Re: [regenrx] Re: low voltage hybrid system
- On Sun, 2013-04-28 at 09:56 -1000, Leonard Meek wrote:
> I'm sure that many old TV techs have been zapped by KV's and survived.
> think it's safe to say that none of us here have been killed by HV.
> all learned safety procedures over the years and we do them without
> thinking about them. The young guys have to learn the way we did, but
> won't if they're never exposed to the same conditions we were.
It's really safe to say that none of us have been killed by HV. Would
any of you who have been killed by HV please speak up.
I rest my case.
I think that low voltage tube recievers :
1/ are interesting and use "new" constructions because circuit is other than HV tube receivers or transistor/IC receivers
2/ because we need not "new tubes", we have many and many old tubes (often "unused") for tests (in Czech republic)
3/ because it is also a way for children: no danger voltage! and here is BIG problem destroy tube if you use only low anode voltage
4/ because you can use "test board" too - for instance here:
(here is not problem with tubes and low voltage, but big problem with JFET, MOSFET...)
Best regards, Jara "Rat"