A quality GUI

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See the link below to this "KIT" amplifier.

http://rf-kit.de/en/

It's very obvious that whoever designed the software for this amp is a highly experienced Ham that's putting a great deal of time, effort and understanding into the ergonomics, workflow and snap-shot readability of the data being presented.

Designers of more high-end and more expensive products should take note, this is not just "eye candy" but actually what discerning operators are expecting as standard.

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G7BCX

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Posted 12 months ago

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Donovan van Loggerenberg

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I really like this Kit, have already sent request for availability and Price...Hi

If the Maestro is giving anyone grey hair like it is me, Check this link out

https://iw7dmh.jimdo.com/arduino-flex-controller/

So many projects, not enough money...Hi

73

Donovan

ZS2DL

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Mike va3mw

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I've ordered one.
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Chris DL5NAM

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... in production :-)
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Tony C kc2dis

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My understanding of the 2.0 Interface is that it will be very similar to what we have now
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Jerry NY2KW

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The website says "B26 RF-2K+ complete kit ready to deliver" but there are no links for pricing or ordering.  Do you know of any other links?
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Chris DL5NAM

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contact him directly reinhard@rf-kit.de

I still prepare the new web pages ...
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Mike va3mw

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Jerry, I would just email Reinhard.  He responds pretty quickly.  I traded emails with him this morning and he replied in less than an hour.  I think the price was about 2700 Euros including shipping without the tuner, but that was my Dayton price.  It is a complete kit, other than you have to add some fans and a PI computer.

Mike
  
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Bob G W1GLV

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2700 Euros translates to 3008.00 USD. I'll keep my Maestro, it hasn't failed me yet.
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Mike va3mw

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The GUI is for an HF amp, not a replacement for the Mestro.  :)
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Chris DL5NAM

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using VNC -> any Tablet, PC or cell phone work fine
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Ria - N2RJ, Elmer

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$3000 for a 2 device LDMOS amp is a bargain. If they made one for 2 meters I might get it.