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CV36 WWII reflex klystron, a frequency variant of the CV35 and CV67. Operating at 1400V, these gave 300mW output with a reflector voltage of between -230 and -320V. They had a tuning range of about 5%, with two tuning plungers to pre-set the range and a third to adjust it over about 2%.

They were replaced by the CV116/CV237/CV238 and CV272 series.

The CV36 is an improved version of the CV10 - based on the original NR89 "Sutton Tube"

Heater voltage4V
Heater current1.6A
Tuning range2760 to 2924MHz
Max resonator dissipation10W
Resonator voltage range1.0 to 1.5kV
Reflector voltage range-170 to -290V
Grid voltage0
Min power output150mW

PinFunction
1Grid
2Heater
3n/c
4n/c
5n/c
6n/c
7Heater
8Cathode
TCReflector

A dismantled CV36 can be seen here.

CV36

This file was last modified 14:58:21, Tuesday September 02, 2014