RF-Video AMP-4754H High Gain 25-Watt TV UHF Amplifier

RF-Video AMP-4754H High Gain 25-Watt TV UHF Class A Linear Amplifier Module Board

RF-Video AMP-4754H High Gain 25-Watt TV UHF Class A Linear Amplifier Module Board

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RF-Video AMP-4754H High Gain 25-Watt TV UHF Amplifier

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The RF-Video AMP-4754H is a high performance wireless signal amplifier board, perfect for use in small TV stations and studios or as an exciter for high power TV stages. This amplifier ships in a bare board format (OEM) and is designed for applications looking to integrate it into existing or new wireless systems. Equipped with the latest in amplifying technology, this small yet durable board is capable of significantly boosting wireless signal levels, resulting in improved video and audio quality over greater wireless distances.

Note: Requires heat sink installation

Board module amplifier for system integration by end user
Low inter-modulation distortion, perfect for analog or digital systems
Fully broadband unit amplifies all UHF channels, from 470-540 MHz
No tuning or adjustments required
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RF-Video AMP-4754H High Gain 25-Watt TV UHF Class A Linear Amplifier Module Board
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    Specifications
    Frequency 470-540 MHz
    Operating Class Class A
    RF Power Output 25 Watt
    Gain 26dB
    Input Power 15mW
    Antenna N/A
    Impedance Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Power Requirements 12-14 VDC
    Power Consumption 5A
    Operating Temperature Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Dimensions (WxD) 3 x 2.5" (76.2 x 63.5mm)
    Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer

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