This is page 10 of this "ebay style" of electronic
components. (23 June 2014)
(older vintage and hard to get electronics will be displayed
here (primarily)..
--if you want to see something listed..email me and I will get
to it fast! PAGE 9 (previous
PAGE LINK HERE)
VINTAGE PARTS ..in a format like EBAY for your shopping (and
just browsing) pleasure.
--22 JAN 2014. -- I'm just trying this as an
experiment to see how it works  ----
MY MAIN PAGE LINK HERE --
-----my email link
earlinclayton@yahoo.com
NOT sure about the part number for this guy. SA937 (perhaps?) FRSA937
(perhaps) 937 (perhaps) -- anyways..I have this one. I think 8506 is the date
and lot code..but I am not sure. PERHAPS SOMEONE WILL CLUE ME IN?
HOUSE NUMBERED?
I have 2 each 40291 and 40292 devices. 4 in total. ALL TESTED GOOD. I have a copy of the data sheet (obtained from
datasheetarchive.com) on my computer as 40291or92or90 -- or see the page snips below. These are RF devices useable over 135 mhz
and I can try and make up a matched pair or two out of these as required. MY PRICES WILL BE BELOW AFTERMARKET by a considerable
amount.
I only have one of the RCA 40290 RCA pull NPN si TO-39 metal case crosses to NTE 473
I HAVE 2 PAIRS OF EACH OF THESE (4 TOTAL) 2 OF THE 40291 AND 2 OF
THE 40292

I COULD TRY TO MAKE A MATCHED PAIR OR TWO (PERHAPS). MY
PRICES WILL BE WELL BELOW AFTERMARKET SELLERS PRICES.
TRIACs TO220 package 10Amp 200 volt qty 4 of the 40668 and qty 3 of the 40901
-- cross references to NTE5633 stored in BIN "RCA ONE" -- I am asking $4.50
each..which is a bit more than the ECG or NTE equivilant device which I see listed for
just over $3.30 -

I can ship devices like these in a padded envelope for $2 within Canada and $4 USA
and a bit more overseas. - Economy class mail prices.  
2N685 SCR 16 AMP 200 VOLT
USED PULLS (TESTED GOOD) AS
SHOWN IN THE PHOTOGRAPHS

$3.00 EACH AND ECONOMY
POSTAGE AVAILABLE

THIS CROSSES TO PART NUMBER
NTE 5524 ON THE NTE CROSS
REFERENCE WEB SITE.

QUITE A FEW LISTINGS OF THESE
ON EBAY AND ALSO ON THE WEB.

STILL A POPULAR PART

THESE ARE BRANDED WITH GI
which I believe stands for General
Instrument.

I got these given to me as a
donation from a fellow ham radio
operator who was clearing out
some of his old parts.