I am using a 40amp supply which shows 14.00 volts both on receive and max tuning drive.
The output is being fed through my Acom 2kA (which is off) to a Steppir antenna which has an SWR below 1.3 on all bands. Output is being measured by an Array Solutions PowerMaster II.
The power supply cable is the one that came with the 6700 .
So why is the 6700 so low in output and how can I improve it.?
Others say my audio is great. Running 1500 watts I have no rfi. Myy preamp sits on top of my 6500.
I think the analogy is similar to, if you have paid for a Ferrari that will do 200mph and it only does
140mph, you have a cause for concern.
Is there a way to calibrate the power output, and is there a software algorithm that controls the power output.?
160m - 90.1 W
80m - 96.0 W
60m - 97.1 W
40m - 94.5 W
30m - 99.6 W
20m - 99.5 W
17m - 94.2 W
15m - 97.1 W
12m - 93.2 W
10m - 93.7 W
6m - 90.7 W
The LP-100A shows slight differences in SWR between bands (36" jumpers)
Tim Ellison April 06, 2015 04:43
We rate our radios at 100W nominal output on all bands. Anything less than 90W is out of that range, so your radio is operating within accepted parameters. If you notice the power decreasing and it is below 90W, please open a new HelpDesk ticket and we will investigate further.