lunes, 25 de junio de 2012

New OM-Power OM-1500 HF Linear


“OM-Power” proud to introduce new compact power linear amplifier equipped with one tube of approved Russian quality used for military purposes. The amplifier despite its compact measures gives over 1500 W output power and as a bonus 50 MHz band is built-in for the “MAGIC BAND” lovers.

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ADVANTAGES of OM1500:
• Compact measures 390 mm x 195 mm x 370 mm (width x height x depth) – this makes it the smallest available amplifier on the market in terms of size vs. output power
• Small weight – only 22 kg
• Output power 1500 W on HF and 1000 W on 50MHz
• Includes all HF bands from 1.8 MHz to 29.7 MHz inc. WARC and 50 MHz
• Silent function of the blower on RX, continuous regulation of revolution according to the temperature of the air blown out from the tube • Equipped with one GS23B tube
• The price of the tube is approximately on the level of GU74B, for 1.5 kW output power one tube is sufficient, no need of pairing when replacement is necessary
• FULL QSK, vacuum antenna relay is used
• 3 antenna outlets – controlled through the front panel
• Wide band input circuit from 1.8 MHz to 52 MHz entering SWR under 1:1.4, no need to use antenna tuner
• Easy installation of transformer for decreasing weight when transporting PA to expeditions
• Protection of PA against all non standard events
• Large display with information about the state of the PA – intuitive control
• Memory of fault states – easy diagnosis of potential problems
• Quick and easy tuning of PA thanks to TUNE function and analogue meter
• Easy replacement of tube – adjustment of BIAS electronically
• EBS for decreasing heat load of the tube
The OM1500 will be displayed for the first time at HAMRADIO2012 in Friedrichshafenbetween June 22 and 24, 2012 . OM-Power planning to launch the sale of the product in fall 2012. You can place your advanced order now and take advantage of a special price. Visit stand A1-500 and let yourself surprise by the wide range of OM Power products.


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