Apollo L 92s linear mobile amp info please.

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Apollo L 92s linear mobile amp info please.

Post by original45 » 05 Sep 2018, 14:17

Picked up a nice looking metal amp and radio today , amp Orange in colour and a meter needle 0-100 watts.

Theirs little info on the net but I'm guessing it's a 50 watt am fm 100 pep ssb but can anyone confirm the input wattage needid .

Found a post saying it may be 10 watts am fm to get 50 out as 4 watts gives 20/25 watts.

I'm guessing it's a 80 s era amp as it came with a harrier cbx taken recently out of a old E.R.F truck that was decades redundant.

Never seen one myself even back in the day.

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Re: Apollo L 92s linear mobile amp info please.

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Re: Apollo L 92s linear mobile amp info please.

Post by original45 » 06 Sep 2018, 08:17

Claude ,thank you .

I suspected they may have been sold under diff guises.
Any idea on input wattage ?. For am and ssb ?.

Thanks again

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Post by Mitch » 06 Sep 2018, 15:15

It's for CB so I'd guess 4 watts in AM/FM and 12W SSB (talk power is lower on SSB). It's only got a single MRF450 output transistor so in theory 50W max output any mode, though the link Claude posted said 100W out, but they won't be clean watts..
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