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Amplifier Research 1200A225 RF Power Amplifier

Manufacturer part number: 1200A225
1200 Watt CW, 10 kHz–225 MHz
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The Model 1200A225 is a solid-state, self-contained, broadband amplifier designed for applications where instantaneous bandwidth, high gain, and linearity are required. The amplifier is air-cooled using internal self-contained liquid cooling for high performance and reliability. A stylish, contemporary enclosure allows for easy portability.

The Model 1200A225, when used with a sweep generator, will provide a minimum of 1200 watts of RF power. Included is a front panel gain control which permits the operator to conveniently set the desired output level. The 1200A225 is protected from RF input overdrive by an RF input leveling circuit which controls the RF input level to the RF amplifier first stage when the RF input level is increased above 0dBm. The RF amplifier stages are protected from over-temperature by removing the DC voltage to them if an over-temperature condition occurs due to cooling blockage or fan failure. The Model 1200A225 is equipped with a Digital Control Panel (DCP) which provides both local and remote control of the amplifier. The DCP uses a color LCD touch screen display to indicate the operating status and fault conditions if an over-temperature or power supply fault has occurred. The unit can be returned to operate when the condition has been cleared.

All amplifier control functions and status indications are available remotely through the included Remotes Package. The Remotes Package includes GPIB/IEEE-488 format, RS-232 hardwire and fiber optic, USB, and Ethernet. The bus interface connector is located on the back panel and positive control of the local or remote operation is assured by a Local/Remote keylock switch on the front panel of the amplifier. Also included with the Remotes Package is a safety interlock circuit for use with external safety switch interlocks. This circuit prevents the amplifier from going into operating mode unless the external connection is made. A jumper plug is provided for cases where this functionality is not needed.

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The Model 1200A225 is a solid-state, self-contained, broadband amplifier designed for applications where instantaneous bandwidth, high gain, and linearity are required. The amplifier is air-cooled using internal self-contained liquid cooling for high performance and reliability. A stylish, contemporary enclosure allows for easy portability.

The Model 1200A225, when used with a sweep generator, will provide a minimum of 1200 watts of RF power. Included is a front panel gain control which permits the operator to conveniently set the desired output level. The 1200A225 is protected from RF input overdrive by an RF input leveling circuit which controls the RF input level to the RF amplifier first stage when the RF input level is increased above 0dBm. The RF amplifier stages are protected from over-temperature by removing the DC voltage to them if an over-temperature condition occurs due to cooling blockage or fan failure. The Model 1200A225 is equipped with a Digital Control Panel (DCP) which provides both local and remote control of the amplifier. The DCP uses a color LCD touch screen display to indicate the operating status and fault conditions if an over-temperature or power supply fault has occurred. The unit can be returned to operate when the condition has been cleared.

All amplifier control functions and status indications are available remotely through the included Remotes Package. The Remotes Package includes GPIB/IEEE-488 format, RS-232 hardwire and fiber optic, USB, and Ethernet. The bus interface connector is located on the back panel and positive control of the local or remote operation is assured by a Local/Remote keylock switch on the front panel of the amplifier. Also included with the Remotes Package is a safety interlock circuit for use with external safety switch interlocks. This circuit prevents the amplifier from going into operating mode unless the external connection is made. A jumper plug is provided for cases where this functionality is not needed.