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PGXL Input Power Protection

Reggie
Reggie Member ✭✭

If the PGXL is connected to a Flex 6600 that is set to 100 watts output, does the PGXL have circuitry to automatically reduce the input power? 

I know I can use the TX setting tab in the 6600 to limit the power automatically to the amp, but I would like the ability to operate the 6600 at 100 watts without turning on the amp and putting it in standby. If I limit the power on the 6600 power using TX Tab for the amp, I would have to change the setting each time I use the amp or to work barefoot.

I currently use DDUTIL with my KPA500, but I really don’t want to have to rely on third party software to provide input power protection in the event I forget to reduce the power to the PGXL if I purchase one.

Thanks,

Reggie

N3OP

Answers

  • Mike-VA3MW
    Mike-VA3MW Administrator, FlexRadio Employee, Community Manager, Super Elmer, Moderator admin

    Yes. You will get a warning and it will save itself. I do it by accident all the time.

    If you want to automate your power, FRStack will do what you ask.

    Mike va3mw

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