Motorola MICOR power supply info

Discussion in '"Boat Anchor" & Classic Equipment' started by HS0ZED, Dec 4, 2018.

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  1. HS0ZED

    HS0ZED Ham Member QRZ Page

    Hi, not sure if this would be the right forum but maybe someone here will know where to point me at least.

    I have a Motorola power supply and battery charger unit TPN1226A. I can find no info on this unit though it does look as if it will be very suitable as a heavy duty 13.8 volt supply. I believe it came from a MICOR or similar repeater/base station unit.

    I'd like to find a schematic and any other information related to it so I can make proper use of it. Do you have or know where I might find the information.

    Many thanks.

    Martin, HS0ZED
     
  2. K9STH

    K9STH Platinum Subscriber Volunteer Moderator Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    Not from a Micor! It was used to power multiple racks of handheld radio chargers.

    I don't have any technical information in my Motorola files, at least that I know of. It is rated at 500-watts which equates to right at 36-amperes at 13.8 VDC.

    Glen, K9STH
     
  3. HS0ZED

    HS0ZED Ham Member QRZ Page

    Thanks Glen. I found out it's a non-US, that is 220v 50Hz version of a TPN1192A power supply and battery charger option C28AN from an MSR2000 system. It's a ferro-resonant supply so maybe not ideal for SSB service.
     

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