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A laugh to worth a hundred groans in any marlurt.—Lamb, .. 1» T - STAGE AUDIO 2**°' STAGE • r » « ÖV 201-A ; . 1-1 - / t 7 JÊSOà t » / f ■ n - ' « 7 P -* .»i tv>.o<5l e,r.4 / UM . . .» IŒTaÔD -45 VOLTS "Ttio TO-fb- fcATTta'f - 90 ~ 4ft VOLTS "Cr BATTEIVf *»■ % à -e V i (■Hi • \ X" *A* •CVCMADV LASSRAVOlUtS '.K Diagram Showing How to Install the UX 112 Tuba. Using Storaga "At T * Battery. ; s . IXTSA 4ft VOLTS 1 2** STAGE 1** STAGE 'ft" $ Hf» BATTERY o w Hi : A r c P * L—, M v 7 90 HCVI 12ft VOLT BATTERV •c This Diagram Shows the Dry Call Tubs Sot Rswlrod for UX 120 Power Tube. By feOOAR H. FELIX In Philadelphia Record. The superior quality of reception obtainable with loud volume by the substitution of UX 112 and UX 120 tubes for UV 201-A and UV 109 tubes, respectively, in the last stage of audio-frequency amplification, makes their installation of Interest to every owner of a receiver having two or more stages of audio-frequency ampli fication. Several Important changes must he made tn the wiring of the receiving set to adapt the circuits and power sut>ply to the needs of the new tubes. The UX 112 is the big brother of the UV 201-A tube. The filament cur rent consumption of the new tubes Is half an ampere, only double that of the economical UV 201-A. To seenre satisfactory results with the UX 112 tube, 185 volts of plate potential are required, as compared with 90 volts usually uaed with the UV 201-A. Fur thermore, unless the 9 volt "C bat tery la used In connection with It. the UX 112 Is a heavy user of **B" battery current and distorts consider ably. By th* addition of the "C" battery, however, a large site "IT battery can power this tube for a year or more. It Is not necessary to ase an extra large or heavy duty alze "B" battery for furnishing the extra 45 volts required by this tube. The method of connecting an extra 45 volt "B" battery is as follows: (1) Examine the socket which holds the tube used In the final stage of ampli fication and Identify the plate termi nal, usually marked "P.* (2) Discon nect the wire attached to this termi nal. (8) Connect-the positive termi nal of the new extra 45 volt "B" bat tery to the plate socket, terminal. <4) Connect the negative terminal of the new battery you have Just disconnected from the plate socket terminal. This gives a total voltage of 185 volts on the UX 112 tube, bat It doss not Increase the plate voltage of the UV 201-A tube in the first stage of audio-frequency amplification. Adding the Extra "C" Battery. A somewhat similar method Is pur sued In adding the extra 4% volt "C" battery. The new "C* battery la'con nected In series with the one already Installed; the existing connections of the latter with the firststage of ampll ficatlon are not disturbed. The sec ondary of the second audio-frequency transformer, however, is disconnected froth the —4% volt terminal of the original "C* battery, a new lead be ing run from that secondary terminal to — Ö volt terminal of the new "C" battery. For dry cell tube seta nsing UV 199 tubes, the new UX 120 Is nsed In the last stage. This also requires 136 volts piste potential obtainable from a large size "B" battery. The same Instructions for connecting the extra 45 volt "B" battery for tha UX 112 apply to the UX 120. The UX 129 requires a 22% volt "C" battery, Bubstltnte for your pres ent "C" battery a 22% volt Upped "B" battery made up of large sl*e relia This amures yon of long shelf life. There to practically no current withdrawn from the "C" battery, and consequently, Its usefulness to deter mined by its shelf life. Jt "CT battery to connected in the compared with a "B" b a t te r y. -The- "B" battery to connected with the plus to the plate and the minus toward the filament. The "CT battery, on the other hand, to connected with the negative termi nal toward he grid and the +22% volts to the filament. The full voltage of the battery to Impressed Upon the grid if tha grid return to made to the minus connection of the battery, since Its plus toad to connected with revert* direettoo the filament. The usnnf circuit, start ing at the grid, runs from the grid socket terminal to the secondary of the audiofrequency, transformer; the other terminal of the transformer sec ondary to the correct terminal of the "C" battery, while the positive of the **C" battery goes to the negative "A" battery lead. The UV 11)0 tube used In the first stage of amplification should have a 4Ü volt negative bias, hut does not work with a 22>4 volt bios. Three cells give the required 4% volts. Securing 4J4 Volts for First Stags. The novice may be confused by the markings on the battery when he Is directed to connect the grid return of the first amplifier tube with the +18 terminal of the "C battery In .order to obtain volts negative bias. As compared with +22%, how ever, 18 volts 1s 4% volts less or negative. Consequently, to secure a grid bias of 4% volts, we connect the grid return to the 18 volt tap of the 22% volt battery. The 21 volt tap Is 1% volts negative, as compared with +22% ; the 10% volt tap, 8 volts negative, and the IS volt tap. 4% volts negative. If you now have no battery In the first stage, simply disregard this part of the process. The grid return from the secondary of the second stage transformer Is connected with the negative terminal of the 22% volt battery. Tills gives 22% volts negative bins, the amount required by the ÜX 120. Thé method of identifying this terminal has al ready been described in connection with the Instructions lor Installing the 4% volt "CT battery for the UX 112. National Radio Fading Testa Start February 6 for the national tests reception to determine the causes of static and fading wore announced re cently after 4.000 of the 4.500 des ignated observation stations had ex pressed a willingness to take part In the, survey, which Is being conducted by the Stewart-Warner Speedometer corporation in co-operattun with the Northwestern university, | test will be held on the night of February 9, from 8 to 11 p. m. central standard time. The second and third will be on the two succeeding nights at the same hours. Subsequent trials will be held throughout the wtatdr, should the data obtained Indicate that real progress In a search for the canoe* of these two major radio an noyances to possible. It was originally planned to hold these tests In January, but owing to | the International tests scheduled for that month It was decided to hold the | fading and static tests at a later date. Most of the observations will be made by br oadcast listeners 'using j standard receiving sets and depend ing for the accuracy of their report* upon their own ears. However, to In sure the sclent ifle accuracy of the re solL 20 control stations equipped with electrical measuring devices and an tooMtic recorders will be placed in the principal broadcasting centers of tbs country. The first Safety First! Safety first in testing a new circuit. Place some sort of a protective device In series with the negative lead of the B battery. If a abort circuit exist* between the filament and high poten tlal B battery the protective device will give warning and protect the tubes. ^ Tho Storage Battery The storage battery of a radio set requires greater attention than the au tomobile battery, because there to-no generator to keep It charged os the current to nsed. TJkmStmf ■fti V >hp sir •V I J .A i 'I, T 3) Ï2 u Help That Bad Back! 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"But constipation is serious, Grace" •»*4 "Not so long ago 1 w»i like improvement there is in my ' you—headaches a good deal skin. Nujoi has done won of the time, sleeping badly, ders for me." and the least bit of house work tired me out. My com plexion too, was bad. f ' Nujoi Works Like Nature Constipa tios is dangerous for any body. Nnjol is safe for everybody. "Finally, 1 went to see Dr. It is neither a food nor a medicine. Farman. He showed me that It does not grips, h js gentle and it was constipation that was nstursl in its action sad is L . , K V, +7 Tj prescribed by leading medics) back of my troubles. He said authorities, that it was a very serious thing because poisons from ^_^ __ dogged waste matter were ' in the supply if naturel ta h nesnt picked up by the blood and *" **" '* **" carried to every body organ. And if 1 didn't correct it in without overtaxing the intestinal time 1 might become a victim of one of those ter- tea be taken for any length of time without ill effect*. To » Nujoi run ply makes up fer a de waste matter end thus permits ribic organic diseases. be taken «guleriy, in accords«« with the direction* on each book. As Nqfol is hot s latativB, k do« form s habit and cas hi <Ss continued at any om*. "He made me drop laxatives altogether, changed my diet, and pat me on Nujoi. think I've ever frit I sleep well, my headaches bsve disappeared, and 1 don't > better. not r mm A Niqol today sad begin the perfect health that - - -, i* powibto only when you can see for **« lus^a^t lM|lrin< | efcainsdon yourself what an Par Constipation is normal and ngstos. » Boschee's Syr«p BN „ BAS KEEN ~r~71mL CougfcB \mBLi. for 59 Ymiy . »rrv t Oort le in your Car and always keep It la the house. 30c and 90c at all druggist*. 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