The new developed 1kW linear amplfier ALPIN100 for all amateur radio bands (1.8MHz - 50MHz) was first presented on the Ham Radio (25. - 27. June 2004) in Friedrichshafen.
Frequency coverage: all Amateur Radio Bands 1.8-54 MHz
Power output: 1000 Watts continous, 1300 Watts PEP
Output Circuit: Pi-L Network with matching Capability – VSWR up to 1:3
Output impedance: 50 Ohm unbalanced
Input circuit: Broadband with VSWR less than 1.3:1
Driving power: 60 Watts (typical)
Harmonics: 1.8-29.7 MHz > 50dB / 50-54 MHz > 60dB
Intermodulation distortion: > 35dB
RF gain: 12.5-13dB
Primary power: 120,200,210,220,230 & 240VAC – 50/60Hz
Tube: Single 4CX800A (GU74B) forced air
Dimensions: (W x D x H) 430mm x 383mm x 190mm
Weight: 25 kg
The ALPIN100 contains a build in microprocessor which monitors all important operating data and prints them to the LCD display.
Besides this the processor makes the tuning to a frequency easier. You can see how far you are away from the tuning point or when you reached it in the CAP row of the display.
Blower Vacuum relais
Screen current G1 and G2
HF anode voltage and power
HF screen voltage G1
Temperature Potential arcs