THE TRANSISTORMUSEUM™

MUSEUM STORE

 

HISTORIC TRANSISTOR HOBBYIST SUPPLIES!  

 

Authentic Supplies for the Transistor Historian and Kit Builder.

 

Available Only from the TransistorMuseum

 

All Transistors Tested

Before Shipment.

 

 

Historical Background

 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.

 

 

2N229 TRANSISTORS

 
Germanium NPN
Alloy Junction Transistors

Vintage 1950s –1960s

Use: Hobbyist/Audio

 

 

Your TransistorMuseum™ 2N229

 Order Will Contain:

 

Two Tested Transistors

 (Style Shown Above)

 

Hobbyist Insert Depicting the Historical Importance of this Classic Transistor, Includes Two Schematics Using the 2N229 in a Radio and Computer Circuit

 

A TransistorMuseum™ Classic

Semiconductor Storage

 and Display Envelope 

 

 

 

 

ORDER NOW

 

$10 per Package (Two Transistors)

Includes Shipping Within U.S.

 

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transistormuseum@aol.com

To Determine Payments Options

(Paypal or Check)

 

 

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By Jack Ward

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