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Hickok 539B Tube Tester For Sale


Hickok 539B Tube Tester

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Hickok 539B Tube Tester:
$583

This is a Hickok 539B tube tester. The unit powers on and the volt meter works (see picture). I don’t know anything else about the unit. The carrying case is pretty beat up. It comes with two “Obsolete Tube Types – Supplementary Test Data” supplements both dated 1968 and a “Foreign Tube Types – Supplementary Test Data” all for the 539B and 539C models. I have no reason to think this unit doesn’t work, but not having the expertise to test it – I will not make that claim. That being the case, I will be selling it “as is” to the highest buyer. I am sure anyone looking at this will know what it is and what it does, but just in case… I found this on the following on the internet: The Hickok 539B was one of Hickok's best models. The 539 series was marketed as their "engineer's" model. Advanced features such as metered bias voltage are found on only a few of the most advanced tube testers. Here are some of the other features found on this fine tester:
  • Measures true transconductance in "micromhos"
  • Separate line voltage meter makes it easy to keep the line voltage properly adjusted for more accurate test results.
  • Separate bias voltage meter for precise monitoring of proper grid bias voltage.
  • Bias voltage meter doubles as milliammeter for testing V-R tubes.
  • Very large main meter for measuring tube quality. Quality measurements are made in micromhos (no good-bad scale on this tester).
  • Main meter also measures inter-element leakage (shorts) in ohms. This is a much more sensitive test than the neon shorts light (also found on this tester).
  • Sensitive gas content test which important for amplifier tubes.
  • Provisions for monitoring of heater current with external meter
  • Provisions for adding a self bias (cathode) resistor\
  • Provisions for monitoring of plate current using an external meter.
  • Includes sockets for 4pin, 5pin, 6pin and 7pin , octal, locktol, acorn, sub-miniature, 7pin miniature, 9 pin miniature tubes.
  • Built-in roll chart contains settings for most common tubes.
  • Roll chart supplement books are included for obsolete and foreign tubes
  • Tests most common audio tubes such as 2A3, 45, 6L6, 6CA7/EL24, KT-88, 6550, 6BQ5/EL84, 12AX7 and many others.
  • Also tests antique tubes back to type 01A and 99.

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