The HERON 1000 is a solid state amplifier for use in 1.8 MHz to 50 MHz bands. The RF section is
Consisting of an amplification unit (HF 1000 P) capable of delivering a power of 1200 watts peak and 1000 watts
In continuous service (FM).
The radio part (consisting of the RF pallet, the pass-through filters, the output coupler) is inserted in a box in
Way to be screened by all the other components that complete this apparatus.
The ultra-compact, high quality switching power supply is oversized for the service it is intended for.
All HERON 1000 features (RF section temperatures, inlet, inlet, output power and power
Reflex, filter bench selection, display management, and pc connection) are handled by a microprocessor
Which monitors them in real time for performance in the optimum conditions.
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