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Discussion in 'Amateur Radio Amplifiers' started by W4EKY, Jan 16, 2017.

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  1. KM1H

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    Those are the common 4-125A to 4-400 plus 3-400Z and 500Z sockets by Johnson. Same as in my LK-500ZC
     
  2. N2EY

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    If it works, no problem.

    But, consider: to get more than 1 kW output on 6 the plate is probably dissipating in excess of 500 watts. While it may not show color, it's getting warm at that level.....

    Yes they're really well made. And they've lived their lives in dry conditions....

    73 de Jim, N2EY
     
  3. W4EKY

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  4. WB2WIK

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    I'd say the Murata is "out." No RF current ratings of any kind, RF amps are not listed in potential applications, and I see they only plot D.F. up to 1.0 MHz, where it starts rising quickly. As a result, I'd say those are not "RF" capacitors at all.

    No idea on the Sprague without actual part numbers and spec sheets.
     
  5. K8SJ

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    2 x 4-1000 Cliff Kurtz (SK N6ZU) amp needs love. Suggestions appreciated. K8SJ
     

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  6. WB2WIK

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    What doesn't work about it?

    Impossible to tell or diagnose anything using photos...
     
  7. K7RJB

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  8. WB2WIK

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    That could cause an issue.:p

    But the filaments alone could make a cool night light.
     
  9. N8CBX

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    If you put 6kv on the plate, that will put the plate loading out the roof. In other words, plate load of about 5,000 ohms? And if thats the case, it has nowhere enough inductance (for a Q=12).
    Jan N8CBX
     
  10. W2VW

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    Hey, that's a really good solution for dealing with IMD on the HF bands. Thanks!
     

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