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C. P. Clare relay catalogs
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Foxs Mercantile
2017-04-02 06:15:18 UTC
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Anybody got one they want to get rid of, or links to them on line?

Specifically for the Octal (8-pin) based mercury wetted relays.
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Peter Wieck
2017-04-03 14:38:31 UTC
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Anybody got one they want to get rid of, or links to them on line?
Specifically for the Octal (8-pin) based mercury wetted relays.
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Are you trying to replace a unit, or looking for historical information?

https://www.surplussales.com/Relays/mercury.html Might give you a replacement. Clare's mechanical division was purchased by Sumida, and is now part of http://www.relayspec.com/Company_listings/c/clare/company_info.php

They might be able to help you on catalogs.

Likely you already know this, however.

Peter Wieck
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Foxs Mercantile
2017-04-05 14:13:40 UTC
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Are you trying to replace a unit, or looking for historical information?
Like having a RCA tube manual so you can tell the difference between
a 12AU7, 12AX7 and a 12SN7.
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John Robertson
2017-04-05 19:03:46 UTC
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Are you trying to replace a unit, or looking for historical information?
Like having a RCA tube manual so you can tell the difference between
a 12AU7, 12AX7 and a 12SN7.
My old Electrosonic distributor parts catalogue goes back to 1968 and
does have some mercury wetted relays, but not your brand I'm afraid -
Potter & Brumfield.
If you are just looking for specs on this style of relay I can email you
a scanned page or two. There is little detail, mostly just a list of the
relays with a bit of an explanation as t their ratings

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Foxs Mercantile
2017-04-05 20:02:10 UTC
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If you are just looking for specs on this style of relay I can
email you a scanned page or two. There is little detail, mostly
just a list of the relays with a bit of an explanation as to
their ratings
Yes John, that would be greatly appreciated.
The email here is good.
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John Robertson
2017-04-05 22:07:28 UTC
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Post by John Robertson
If you are just looking for specs on this style of relay I can
email you a scanned page or two. There is little detail, mostly
just a list of the relays with a bit of an explanation as to
their ratings
Yes John, that would be greatly appreciated.
The email here is good.
You have mail!

John :-#)#
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