Empower RF Systems 2162 Intelligent Amplifier





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Technical Specifications

Frequency Range - High
1 GHz

Output - Compression
1000W (Psat)

Gain
63 dB

Extra Specifications
New. 3 Year Manufacturers warranty.


Product Description

Empower RF Systems 2162

BRL Test is your authorized Empower distributor.

The Empower RF Systems 2162 Solid State High Power Intelligent Amplifier 20 MHz - 1000 MHz, 1000 W is suitable for multi-octave bandwidth high power CW, modulated, and pulse applications. This amplifier utilizes high power LDMOS devices that provide wide frequency response, high gain, high peak power capability, and low distortions. Exceptional performance, long-term reliability and high efficiency are achieved by employing advanced broadband RF matching networks and combining techniques, EMI/RFI filters, and all qualified components. The amplifier is constructed within one single 5RU drawer including the forced air-cooling. The system comes standard to operate from 180-260VAC single phase or can be ordered optionally with a three phase AC supply.

  • Frequency Range: 20 MHz - 1000 MHz
  • Power Output CW: 1000 W
  • Power Output @ 1dB Gain Compression:750 W
  • Power Gain @ 1dB Gain Compression: 63 dB
  • Input Power for Rated Psat: 0 dBm
  • Input Power Range: -3.0 dBm
  • Gain Adjustment Range: 20 dB
  • Solid-state linear design
  • Suitable for CW, AM, FM and pulse (Consult factory for other modulation types)
  • Compact Modular design
  • 50 ohm input/output impedance
  • Built in Control, Monitoring and Protection functions
  • High reliability and ruggedness
What is an Intelligent Amplifier?
  • Accurate input and output power metering based on user-selectable modulation mode
  • With no software to install, monitor and control from your PC directly with peer-to-peer connection or on your local network
  • Wifi control and monitoring by PC/Tablet/Smartphone when wireless router is connected to the amplifier no local network required
  • Full access to internal metering helps identify system problems upstream, downstream, or internal to the amplifier
  • Storage of user defined configurations for quick setup of your most common test scenarios
  • Small size allows amplifier to be moved around as needed in your test environment
Automatic Gain Control (AGC) mode enables internal feedback to automatically fix the gain to the level you set so the amplifier gain remains flat across the broadband range of the amplifier. This mode simplifies your system design or test setup with benefits including:
  • Input signal equalization for compensating gain variations no longer required
  • Treat the amplifier as a calibrated gain block within your test equipment chain or system design
  • Eliminate the need for external system measurements: couplers, power sensors,meter, and system software feedback loops
  • Ideal for fast and accurate test setup and execution
Automatic Level Control (ALC) - when input signal varies, maintains user defined output without clipping.

Manual Gain Control (MGC) is the output power mode found in your typical high power RF amplifier. The amp is run in an open loop mode where the output power vs frequency changes due to device non linearities and variations of temperature. With this mode you can take advantage of the gain peaks to get the most output power available if your working in the associated frequency range.

User Output Power Control (Selectable)
  • Automatic Gain Control (AGC) - Utilizes internal feedback for flat gain output across the band
  • Automatic Level Control (ALC) - when input signal varies, maintains user defined output without clipping
  • Manual Gain Control (MGC) - user controls gain manually, runs like your typical amplifier in open loop

Measurement Modes (Selectable)
  • The amplier reads the proper power level for your modulation type
  • CW, CE (constant envelope modulation), FM, AM
  • Digital Modulation- user inputs PAR (peak to average ratio)
  • Multi-carrier / Multi-tone up to 16 tones
  • Pulse Modulation

Protection
  • Load VSWR 3:1 (6:1 at 1/2 Psat)
  • Input Overdrive Protection
  • Thermal Overload Protection
  • Over/Under AC voltage protection
  • Out of Band Drive Protection

Jon Jacocks explains how Empower amplifiers have disrupted the traditional radiated immunity set up by replacing it with a simple and elegant setup design. At the 2017 EMC SIPI symposium Washington DC with Thomas Stacy of BRL Test. BRL Test and Empower are working hand in hand to bring you the best amplifiers at the lowest possible price.


Options for 2162:

-001 208 VAC, 3-phase-Delta, 47-63 Hz, Rear RF Connectors
-003 180-260 VAC, 1-phase, 47-63 Hz, Rear RF Connectors
-004 28 VDC, Front RF Connectors
-005 28 VDC, Rear RF Connectors
-006 208 VAC, 3-phase-Delta, 47-63 Hz, Front RF Connectors
-007 180-260 VAC, 1-phase, 47-63 Hz, Front RF Connectors
-008 380 VAC, 3-phase-WYE, 47-63 Hz, Front RF Connectors