“Waite”  Kenotron








         This 14” (35cms) long oil-immersed kenotron probably dates back to the mid-  or late thirties.


         Made by the Waite Manufacturing Division of the PICKER Company in Cleveland, who, after the Great Depression of the early thirties, took over the Waite and Bartlett Manufacturing Company, founded in 1879.


         Strongly discoloured glass. Broken filament.


         Technical specifications not available.



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