ICOM IC-PW1 Linear Amplifiers offer the power you need to succeed! Wide-frequency coverage with 1 kW output, a built-in automatic antenna tuner, and an automatic AC input voltage selector are packed inside a compact body that you can install just about anywhere in your ham shack! A removable front panel control unit allows complete amplifier control right where you want it.
These ICOM PW1 linear amplifiers cover all HF bands and 50 MHz with 1 kW of stable, clean, and low-distortion RF power. Plus, full duty cycle and full break-in operation are possible–even during demanding RTTY and SSTV operation! They’re perfect for your next DXpedition or contest! The internal circuitry allows the ALC to be adjusted over a wide range, so you can use the IC-PW1 amplifiers with almost any HF, 6 meter, or HF and 6 meter rigs! Successful endings start with the power of ICOM PW1 Linear Amplifiers!
Wide frequency coverage with 1 KW output*
All HF bands plus 50 MHz are covered. The IC-PW1 provides a stable, clean and low distortion 1 kW from 1.8 MHz to 50 MHz*. In addition, full duty cycle (even during more demanding RTTY or SSTV operation) and full break -in operation are possible. Great for DX’peditions or contest operation.
*Guaranteed within amateur bands only.
Wide ALC adjustable range
Internal circuitry allows the ALC to be adjusted over a wide range. This means that the IC-PW1 can be used with almost any HF, 6 m or HF/6 m rigs – not only Icom rigs*
*Ask your dealer about usable exciters.
Dimensions, including amplifier, power supply, tuner and controller, are only 350(H) x 269(W) x 378(D)mm* And, because the controller is detachable, the IC-PW1 can be installed almost anywhere in your shack.
*625⁄32(H) x 225⁄32(W) x 91⁄16 in.
Other outstanding features
- Automatic antenna tuner built-in
- Automatic AC input voltage selector is employed
- Current (Ip), Voltage (Vp), temperature, SWR and output power protectors are available
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