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Analog Power Amplifier APS 125 SPEKTRA

The analog power amplifier BAA 500 was developed for the control of vibration test systems with a maximum of 500 VA. The RMS output power is calculated at a load impedance of 4.0 Ohm. The frequency of the power amplifier ranges from 40 Hz to 15 kHz at full power or with DC to 100 kHz with reduced power and minimum harmonic distortion. The device offers extremely stable operation within the specified temperature and voltage range and is therefore highly reliable. The analog power amplifier allows operation in both voltage and current mode. Its RMS output current limit is variable.

Technical Specification:

Continuous Sine Output Power500 VA
Frequency Range small SignalDC – 100 kHz
Frequency Range at full Power40 Hz – 15 kHz
Optimum Impedance4,0 Ohm
Current ModeYes
Voltage ModeYes
Phase ShiftYes
Max. Voltage (RMS)45,0 V
Max. Current (RMS)11,2 A
Input Voltage< 5 V
Nonlinear Harmonic Distortion Factor< 0,1 %
Noise and Hum> 90 dB
Dimensions W x H x D (mm)482 x 88 x 450
Weight (kg)21 kg
Protection CircuitsCurrent Limiting
Temperature Control
Clipping
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Technical Specification:

Continuous Sine Output Power500 VA
Frequency Range small SignalDC – 100 kHz
Frequency Range at full Power40 Hz – 15 kHz
Optimum Impedance4,0 Ohm
Current ModeYes
Voltage ModeYes
Phase ShiftYes
Max. Voltage (RMS)45,0 V
Max. Current (RMS)11,2 A
Input Voltage< 5 V
Nonlinear Harmonic Distortion Factor< 0,1 %
Noise and Hum> 90 dB
Dimensions W x H x D (mm)482 x 88 x 450
Weight (kg)21 kg
Protection CircuitsCurrent Limiting
Temperature Control
Clipping

Analog Power Amplifier APS 125 SPEKTRA

The analog power amplifier BAA 500 was developed for the control of vibration test systems with a maximum of 500 VA. The RMS output power is calculated at a load impedance of 4.0 Ohm. The frequency of the power amplifier ranges from 40 Hz to 15 kHz at full power or with DC to 100 kHz with reduced power and minimum harmonic distortion. The device offers extremely stable operation within the specified temperature and voltage range and is therefore highly reliable. The analog power amplifier allows operation in both voltage and current mode. Its RMS output current limit is variable.