Part #: 622-2883-001

Model: PWR-200

Collins Aerospace - HF Power Amplifier
Part Number :


PWR-200
FEATURES
  • Power amplifier used in HF-220 HF System
  • 100-W pep output with an average of 25 watts RF output
  • Remote mounted
  • Self-protecting against infinite vswr, thermal overload, and excessive input current
  • ALC (automatic level control) sensors and outputs prevent overdrive conditions from damaging unit
  • Solid-state

 

SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions: 5.00"W x 5.040"H x 11.770"L Weight: 7.0 lb.
FAA TSO: C31c, C32c RTCA: DO-160
Input voltage: 27.5 V dc +-10% Input Drive Level: 65 mW pep max to drive output to 100 W pep (+1.5 dB)
Input Impedance: 50 ohm resistive within 1.5 to 1 vswr Duty Cycle: 2.5 minutes (receive), 30 seconds (transmit) in all modes
Tuning Time: 1 second max Harmonic Attenuation: 63 dB min below mean power
622-2883-001HF Power Amplifier Description:
622-2883-001 see features above

 

Serial # 1226
Condition OH
Mods none
Tag Date 06/16/20
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622-2883-001
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Price Condition Status
$1,250.00 SV OUTRIGHT STOCK

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In most cases, a Supplemental Type Certificate is not required for the installation of an HF system. Major changes or alterations to an aircraft may include those which affect weight, balance, structural aspects, reliability, operational characteristics, airworthiness characteristics, etc. Some major alterations can be performed using the FAA Form 337 with approved data. This approved data can be in the form of engineering data with a FAA designee approval (i.e. DER, DAR). The DER or DAR then issues an FAA Form 8110 which is considered approved data adequate to proceed with the installation.

HF installations in the USA are installed and approved in the method detailed above. STCs are not required for almost all HF installations since the change to the existing aircraft Type Certificate (TC) is not so intensive as to require one.