The Model 510L is a general purpose broadband amplifier capable of more than 9.5 watts of linear power output when driven by any laboratory signal or sweep generator from 1.7 to 500 MHz.
An ultra linear Class A design, the ENI / E&I 510L will "boost" the output of any signal source by a flat 45 dB and provide its full forward output power into any load impedance (from an open to a short circuit).
Its output is a faithful reproduction of the input waveform for AM, FM, SSB, CATV, pulse and other complex modulations. Although specified only over the 1.7 to 500 MHz frequency range, full power output is typically available from 1.3 to 515 MHz.
The use of microwave transistors on thin film substrates, microstrip circuitry, and plug-in modules make the 510L both reliable and easy to service. An integral power supply and cooling system permit operation over a wide range of temperature and AC line conditions.
||1.7 MHz to 500 MHz
|Maximum Class A Linear Power Output
||45 dB (nominal)
|Input / Output Impedance