Power supply half-wave rectified MOT. The original circuit was a half-wave rectified Mote, vacuum tube driven into g2 despite opposition from half-wave multipliers networks, with feedback from the RC to g1. Later I found out, that it could be the half-wave multiplier network, but I never failed him, doing. So that is what I broke down and joined other. In a series of cold at the end of secondary MOT is the primary, so the voltage will increase by more V. This voltage is half-wave rectified by diodes 1N
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6P45S = EL509 = 6KG6 tube. Output tetrode
Winged "C" 6P45C / 6KG6 / EL509