AE Techron 7224 Linear Power Amplifier

The AE Techron 7224 Linear Power Amplifier has been replaced by the AE Techron 7228 Linear Power Amplifier.

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The AE Techron 7224 Linear Power Amplifier generates 900W RMS of model AC energy for high-power applications to 40kHz, with a small signal bandwidth of 20Vp-p to 300 kHz and 16A of DC power at 13.5 VDC. A single 7224 can output a 40m sec pulse with up to 52 amperes at its peak current. In continuous operation, a 7224 can provide 1,100 watts RMS of output power. If more current or power is needed, up to four amplifiers can be combined in series or parallel and operate as a single system. The AE Techron 7224 Linear Power Amplifier can operate in either voltage or current mode and can be configured by the customer for high voltage/low-current, medium voltage and current, or low-voltage/high current applications. It provides very low noise and fast slew rates, and can safely drive a wide range of resistive, inductive loads. The 7224 is typically used to create waveforms found in EMC standards like DO-160 Section 18, MIL STD 461, IEC 61000-4-16  and as a gradient amplifier for very small bore, high-gain MRI and NMR systems.

The AE Techron 7224 Linear Power Amplifier is the first model in the AE Techron 7220 DC-enabled Linear Power Amplifier Series.