Monday 24 July 2017


    Designed for all short wave amateur bands from 1.8 till 29.7 MHZ


    Power output: 2000W in SSB and CW 1800 W in RTTY, AM and FM
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The linear amplifier HF2013DX-A is designed for all shortwave bands from 1.8MHz to 29.7MHz amateur (including WARC) and all operating modes. It is equipped with a ceramic tetrode FU728F (4CX1500B). HF2013DX-A is automatically tuned to the frequency of operation of your TRX when connected properly with the right control cable. The amplifier compared to other similar products and powered with two distinct power supply (two phases) to avoid voltage drops, maintaining a lower cost compared to the competition which use a single transformer. All this makes it suitable for use in extreme coinditions type Contest.  For the price and the possible purchase refer to the website of our e-commerce at the following LINK


- Frequency coverage: Amateur bands 1.8MHz - 29.7 MHz including WARC
- Output Power: 2000 W in SSB and CW 1800 W in RTTY, AM and FM
- Driving Power: usually 60-73 W for a full output
- Input Impedance: 50 Ohm VSWR <1.5: 1
- Amplifier output: 17 dB
- Output Impedance: 50 Ohm unbalanced
- Maximum output SWR: 2: 1
- SWR protection: automatic switching to STBY, when reflected power is 350W or higher
- Intermodulation distortion: 32 dB below nominal output
- Harmonic Suppression: <-50 dBc
- Tuning: Manual or Automatic
- Response speed: AUTO less than 0.5s within the same BAND Less than 3s if out of band
- Supported TRX-CAT: ICOM, ELECRAFT, KENWOOD, TEN-TEC, YEASU and ICOM transceiver protocol used by microHAM devices - CI-V ouput
- Tube: Ceramic FU728F tetrode (like un4CX1500B)
- Cooling: EBM centrifugal fan axial fan +
- Power supply: 2 x 2kw 230 VAC, 50 Hz one or two phases
- Transformers: 2 x 2.0 kVA toroidal transformer
- Protection circuits:
- - SWR too high
- - Anode current too high
- - Current screen too high
- - Mains current too high
- - Tuning erratp of 'power amplifier
- - Protection switching for high temperature
- - Soft start for protecting your fuses
- - Lock HF2013 when the top cover is open

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