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Old 10-20-2012, 9:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Rt169Radio
Thanks for the replys so far, for a power supply would the Astron RS-20A listed in the links I posted be a good power supply for the FT-1900R? The FT-1900R is 13.8 VDC at 11 amps and that power supply is 16 amps continous and 20 amps surge.
Should be. Most ham gear current specs are on the high side. With a properly tuned antenna you should current draw should not be over 10A. I had my FT-8800 on a cigarette lighter plug, with a 10A fuse never popped the fuse, even when transmitting @ 50w.
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