The Kojinsha KL-1 is a massive, rigid floor mounted linear amplifier. A separate Control Unit can be placed up to 20 meters from the floor console (standard cable is 7m). The KL-1 is controlled from your transceiver using an RS-232 interface. Compatible radios include the Kenwood TS-950, TS-2000, TS-590, etc. The Yeasu FTDX-9000, FTDX-5000, FT-2000, etc. And the ICOM IC-7800, IC-7700 IC-7600, etc.
A USB interface on the control unit allows full control from a PC.
In size, the KL-1 reminds of the E.F. Johnson Desk Kilowatt built over 50 years ago.
- Desktop Amateur HF Linear Amplifier
- Frequency range RX
- Frequency stability
- Tuning steps
- Receiver system
- Image rejection
- Audio output
- BNC + SO-239
- Power requirements
- Current drain RX
- Dimensions (w×h×d)
- 320 × 168 × 107 mm (12.60 × 6.59 × 4.21 in) Control unit, floor console: 478 × 564 × 800 mm
- 109.5 kg (241.6 lbs) Floor console + control unit
- Form factor
- Between 2011 and 20xx in Japan
- 6 channels in 0 banks
- Amateur / Ham radio operators
6 × antenna switch
3cx3000a7 triode power tube
- None available
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