|ETO Ehrhorn Technological Operations ALPHA 86 Amplifier|
ETO Ehrhorn Technological Operations
|Description||HF LINEAR POWER AMPLIFIER|
The ALPHA 86 is a self-contained, HF linear power amplifier capable of continuous operation at a power output of 1500 watts PEP, keyed CW, SSTV, RTTY, or AM, with no time limit (rated for continuous commercial service, "CCS"). Units delivered within the USA and its territories and possessions are manually tunable over the frequency range of 1.8 to 22 MHz. They may be user-modified to extend coverage to 29.7 MHz. Units delivered elsewhere cover 1.8 through 30 MHz. Performance is optimized for amateur bands. The ALPHA 86 is capable of high-speed, full break-in CW (QSK) when used with a suitably-designed transceiver. Note: the term "transceiver" includes suitable transmitter-receiver combinations, such as the Collins S-Line and Drake R4C-T4XC, etc. The ALPHA 86 is fully compatible with CW, AMTOR, or PACKET modes.
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|ETO Ehrhorn Technological Operations -- ALPHA 86 -- Service and User Manual|
|Manual Type||Service and User Manual|
|Size||1.27 Mbytes (1330473 Bytes)|
|Quality||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date||27 April 2014|
|Downloads||344 since 27 April 2014|
GENERAL Service Assistance 1 Initial Inspection 1 10 and 12 Meter Operation 1 SECTION 1 Introduction 2 General Description 2 Specifications 2 SECTION 2 Preparation for Operation 3 Transformer Installation 3 Shipping Hardware Removal 3 120 Volt Modification 4 Transformer Installation - Pictorial 5 SECTION 3 Transceiver Connection 6 Transceiver Connection - Pictorial 7 SECTION 4 Operation 8 Control Functions 8 Switches 8 Metering 8 Tune-Up Procedure 8 High and Low Power Tune-Up 10 Reflected Power Protection 11 ALC 11 Initial Control Settings - Table 1 12 SECTION 5 Operating Notes 13 Panel Lamp Replacement 14 SECTION 6 Troubleshooting Tips 15 Receive Fuse Replacement 17 SECTION 7 Theory of Operation 18 SECTION 8 Schematics 23
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