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.
richard johnson |
THIS IS A GREAT AMP FOR THE MONEY I GET 250 WATTS ON AM AND ABOUT 400 ON SSB WITH A 3 WATT AM DEAD KEY ON SSB ABOUT 14 WHATT SWING ITS GREAT FOR MY BASE I THINK I MIGHT GET 1 MORE FOR A SPAIR
Russell Wanicki |
Great performer ! ! ! Excellent preamp ! ! ! After 6 months of every day use I now have 2 of these.No bleed on the base unit keeps the neighbors happy !
ben planchon |
Ive had this model for about 1.5 yrs now in my work truck and i cant believe how well it does! never had a problem and it really kicks butt, on my dosy and radio shack meter im getting about 300 clean watts out and 380 on SSB with 2watt dead key and 18watt swing and the kl-503 set to 4 on the knob going into a K40 helical antenna i plan o buying a few more of these models