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Teseq CBA 400M-110

1 MHz to 400 MHz 100 Watt Class A Broadband Amplifier

  • Class A linear and low distortion design
  • Ideal for BCI testing
  • Mismatch tolerant and unconditionally stable
  • High reliability gallium arsenide technology
  • Remote control option
  • Three year parts and labour warranty
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Description

 

Designed specifically for automotive, military and aerospace BCI EMC testing, this mismatch tolerant Class A amplifier delivers power continuously into the varying match typically associated with this type of testing.

The Class A design ensures a high reliability, low distortion linear performance across the frequency range. This design also ensures that the amplifier will continue to operate at full power even when presented with an open or short circuit at its output.

The unit is powered from a switched mode power supply for high efficiency, high power factor and wide voltage range operation. The unit is air-cooled with integral fans, and is protected against faulty cooling by excess temperature sensing. A safety interlock connector is provided, which the user can short circuit to ground, to put the amplifi er into standby mode. Front panel indicators are provided to indicate over-temperature and rf interlock operation.

Parameter Value
Frequency range (instantaneous) 10 kHz to 400 MHz
Rated output power 110 W minimum
Output power at 1 dB gain compression 80 W minimum (110 W typical below 100 MHz)
Gain 51 dB
Harmonics at P1 dB ±20 dBc
Power Supply Voltage 100-240 VAC
Power Supply Phases 1
  • IEC/EN 61000-4-6
  • CISPR 24
  • EN 61000-6-1
  • EN 61000-6-2
  • IEC 60533
  • IEC 60601-1-2
  • IEC 61326
  • MIL STD 461
  • RTCA/DO 160
  • ISO 11452-3
  • ISO 11452-4
  • ISO 11452-5
  • SAE J1113-4
  • SAE J1113-24

Teseq CBA 400M-110 Datasheet 

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