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HPA-272+

High Power Amplifier 50Ω 100W 700 to 2700 MHz

Description

The HPA-272+ is a high power, rack mount amplifier with a self-contained AC power supply which can be used
for a wide variety of laboratory testing applications. This rugged amplifier is capable of amplifying signals up
to 100W output power over its entire operating bandwidth of 700 – 2700 MHz. Built-in safety features include
fans alarms and automatic shut down mechanism to prevent damage in the event of excessive internal temperatures. The amplifier’s output stage is further protected in the event of a fault condition, allowing high power
operation for up to 5 minutes into an open or short load (refer to the maximum input power specifications).

Features

• High output power at saturation, 100W typ. • High gain, 48 dB typ. • Excellent reverse isolation, 89 dB typ. • Rugged 3U rack mount case style with internal fans • Operates from AC line power: 85-264V • Built-in over-temperature protections

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