Amp is a 300 Watt Average depending on the output of the radio and
how accurate the SWR meter is.
POWER SUPPLY: 12-14 VDC
INPUT ENERGY/POWER: 12-30A
INPUT POWER: 1-4W AM/FM
INPUT POWER 2-12W SSB/CW
OUTPUT : 60-250W(PEP) AM/FM - 120-450W(PEP) SSB/CW
RECOMMENDED POWER SUPPLY 35-40 AMPS
13" W x 9" L x 4" H
NOTE: This device has a terminal to connect a power cable.
So not a fixed power cable and no power cable included.
To prevent damage to your installation, make sure to use power leads from good quality, sufficient mm2 and not too long.
There is no warranty on these items
*These units are for industrial, scientific, medical, or export use only. It is a violation of US FCC regulations to operate these units on the Citizens Band or Amateur Radio Services in the United States. Please check regulations in your country before operating these unit.
Dj fab guy |
Mike, if your in Oregon and you talked to Alaska… most likely you actually talked to “spun one” he lives in a camper behind my friends house. ( It’s his uncle ) He claims “ Nome Alaska” when in reality he is broadcasting from Springfield Oregon. Lol. Known him for 17 years. He’s got really dirty bleed over and I hear him on the television when at my friends house. He’s a tweeker. Seems a nice guy though.. but he’s always fooling everyone into thinking they are hitting Alaska. Perhaps you did… but if it was Nome… think again, lol !
Illinois Bam Bam |
Just upgraded from a 203p to this and have it paired to a uniden 980 ssb with a 2 watt dead key AM swinging to about 10 watts and about 11 watts on ssb and I'm seeing 290-295 watts AM and just over 400 on ssb. Sounds good and the price is right. Don't understand Darwins review as he was over driving it in my opinion or his modulation was clipping and distorting his audio.
This is a very good linear amp. Kicks butt when the skip is in. I'm in Oregon and talk to most of the south and south-east coasts easy, Hawaii and So. Cal. on occasion, and Alaska near the Artic circle. I recommend this linear. The price is right too.
This amp works best at a drive of 12 watts maximum on ssb. Depending on your microphone stock or powermic it varies a little,but i have seen pep at 380 watts on ssb. The preamp works great bringing in those weak signals strong and readable. I am now working local groundwave stations so far at a distance of 110 miles with ease!
Mark Strunk |
I bought this amp in 2013 and I've had it for 4 years now. I have to dispute Darwins review because This amp is Class AB and is excellent on SSB. If it has distorted sound it's because it's being over driven. If used accordingly this amp will provide nice clean audio on both AM and SSB.