HISTORIC TRANSISTOR HOBBYIST SUPPLIES!
Supplies for the Transistor Historian and Kit Builder.
Only from the TransistorMuseum™
In the mid 1950s, most major electronics manufacturers were
very interested in expanding their presence in the rapidly growing
transistor market – one approach used by several of these companies was to
offer low cost transistors to the hobbyist audience. Three companies were most active in
this area - Raytheon (with the CK722), GE (with the 2N107/2N170) and
Sylvania (with the 2N35 and the 2N229).
Each of these companies developed hobbyist construction booklets
that featured projects using the low cost transistors – which transistor
did you use for your first project?
Your 2N229 Transistor Order
Will be Supplied in the Storage/Display Envelope Shown Above, which Includes
an Insert with Historical Description and a Schematic.
Alloy Junction Transistors
Your TransistorMuseum™ 2N229
Order Will Contain:
(Style Shown Above)
Insert Depicting the Historical Importance of this Classic Transistor,
Includes Two Schematics Using the 2N229 in a Radio and Computer Circuit
and Display Envelope
$10 per Package (Two Transistors)
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By Jack Ward