power tube

power tube

[′pau̇·ər ‚tüb]
(electronics)
An electron tube capable of handling more current and power than an ordinary voltage-amplifier tube; used in the last stage of an audio-frequency amplifier or in high-power stages of a radio-frequency amplifier. Also known as power amplifier tube; power output tube.
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It has a flatter profile, as opposed to the tubular shape of the Power Tube. The advantage of the Power-Bait Tube, because of the special flavor infused into it, is that fish hold onto it many times longer.
Earlier, addressing the House' he announced to provide solar power tube wells to the small farmers to increase agriculture yield in the country.
The 2,200 mAh MiPow Power Tube ($39) is compatible with a wider range of mobile devices and will completely charge a smartphone.
The Kers technology, which was introduced at the start of the current F1 season, could potentially be adapted to power Tube trains over complex sections of track, such as point crossings.
Windy conditions call for a bit larger baits, like the 3-inch Berkley Power Tube."
Waugh was employed with the Power Tube Division of the Raytheon Corporation in Waltham for over 38 years.
If there is a catastrophic failure of the power tube, you lose a 10 cent fuse.
A long "Power Tube" is inserted into the ground in a geothermal field as far down as 7,500 feet.
He starts with a light spinning outfit spooled with 4-pound-test Berkley Trilene XL mono, tied to an 1/8-ounce tube jig and 1- to 2 1/2-inch softbait such as a Berkley PowerBait Power Tube. He typically uses tubes of white, green, or crayfish, though he admits color is secondary compared to location, proximity to the bottom, and the jig's motion.