Here is a good working IntraAction Model PA-4050-8 High Power RF Power Amplifier, with 20-60MHz operating range and 50W output. Operates on 115/230v AC with included power cord. IntraAction PA-8 Series Amplifiers can be used to increase the RF power capability of laboratory signal generators, sweep generators, frequency synthesizers, and other signal sources.
The Model PA-8 Series Amplifiers can also be used to drive acousto-optic modulators, frequency shifters, deflectors, and mode lockers. It can also be used for antenna and component testing, for line drivers in signal distribution networks, and for RFI/EMI testing. The fault/interlock circuit will latch the power supply off when an open circuit condition is present at the interlock input BNC, and can be connected to the thermal switch of a high power acousto-optic device or in a normally closed interlock circuit.
Operation: Class AB Power Gain: 52 dB minimum Harmonic Distortion: -20 dBc at maximum output Intermodulation Distortion: IM products -25 dBc Input Impedance: 50 ohms, VSWR 1.5:1 max. Output Impedance: 50 ohms, VSWR 2.0:1 max. Noise Figure: 8 dB typical Mismatch Tolerance: 100% RF Connectors: BNC Primary Power: 115/230 VAC, 50/60 Hz Flatness: 1 dB at rated output Size: 12.5D x 5.0W x 5.5H inches (31.8D x 5.1W x 5.5H cm). All of our items come only with what is pictured or described in the description.
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