Thank you very much for coming to my shop! Your evaluation is very important to us, if you are satisfied with our products, or if you have other ideas, please leave us suggestion or advice to help us improve. His NAGOYA NA-300N power amplifier has a fan, which can help to dissipate. This model can be amplify 100-150W for HF radio.
Input power SSB:2-10 W. PEP Max 150 W(Input 10W).(Note: Normal the output power is 70-100W). PEP Max 150 W(Input 10W) (Note:Normal the output power is 70-100W). PEP Max 300 W(Input 10W) PEP Max 250W (Input 5W) (Note:Normal the output power is 120-250w). Compact high power all mode amplifier with. Automatic TX/Rx switch and On/Off switch.
(1)To reach the Max output, the input power also should be the MAX. (2)The input power should be within the range, or it will be damaged.
(3)The different modes work under different conditions, so please check instruction before using it. Though the working frequency range is HF (330MHz), the MOST effective range is suggested between 20 and 30 MHz(15,12,10 meter). It can also work if the frequency is lower, but. HF amplifier bellow 20Mhz the output power will be lower and vswr will be higher than 20-30Mhz. Working with effective range can make the amplifier more durable.
Please check your usual using range to arrive the best frequency before placing orders. The amplifier should be used with DIRECTOR CURRENT (Operating voltage 13.8Vcc), so it will need some professional tools to help the amplifier work if only with household alternating current. Whats more, the antenna will directly affect the input and output signal, and the antenna frequency is 3-30MHz, so please check its frequency to suit the amplifier.
F you will test the max PE power to FM. The item "NA-300N HF Power Amplifier with FM AM SSB CW Work Mode For ham two way radio" is in sale since Friday, April 7, 2017.
This item is in the category "Consumer Electronics\Radio Communication\Ham, Amateur Radio\Ham Radio Amplifiers". The seller is "189shop" and is located in , .
This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.