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RM ITALY HLA300V PLUS HF LINEAR AMPLIFIER 250W WITH FAN

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Price:
534.51 EUR (445.43 EUR + VAT)
Model: HLA300V
Availability: Back Order
Average Rating: Not Rated
Manufacturer: RM ITALY
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Description

Ideal for Yaesu FT897-type devices and ICOM IC703. Protection against reverse polarity, excessive temperature and excessive input power and excessive R.O.S. PTT connector; output power indicator; 6 output low-pass filters can be entered manually or controlled by microprocessor; multi-speed forced ventilation.

It is not recommended to use with older FT-897 radios because TX transients of the radio power control circuits.

Warranty: two years, except the following reasons: overvoltage, lightning, poor ventilation, high drive power, bad antenna. Note: end transistors do not fail for any other reasons.

Parameters:

Supply 12-14 Vcc
Current consumption 40 A
Input power 1-15 W
Input power SSB 2-15 W
Output power 260 W
Output power SSB 260 W pep
Mode All
Fuse 4×12 A
Output power level 2
Size 191x450x80 mm
Weight 3.3 kg

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