You might consider TenTec and SGC -- they both make models at about 500W
output level -- also Metron (?) I believe makes or made a similar
device. I believe the TenTec model is the Hercules II (someone once told
me to avoid the -I version -- I don't have any personal knowledge about it).
P.S.: Note that the SGC and Tentec run off 12VDC (13.8VDC) power supplies
pulling 80 - 100 A. I believe that one or both of the models you
referred to may require a different voltage level - like 24VDC or 28VDC
(at less current, of course). You need to consider what voltage will be
available in your mobile installation.
On Wed, 11 Mar 1998, Jim Benson wrote:
> Am seeking 500W HF solid state mobile amp. Ameritron and Henry make good
> models. Seems there are no other commercial choices at 500w, nor FCC type
> accepted kits. True?
> Jim N5ZAI
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