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I have had this amp for about 13 years and have only used it as a linear amplifier until recently. I now use it as a power supply too due to the fact that it has a positive and negative post to power a mobile radio. How many constant amps will this power supply produce? Is it 25 amps because it's called a "25A?" And is this power supply strong enough to handle a radio that can transmit 75 watts? Thanks.
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A lot of the power supplies out there use their surge amperage as their model number so I would say that it has a surge rating of 25 amp at 13.8 VDC. I would think that it's continuous amperage will be around 17 to 20 amps. I think it would be okay to run a radio with 75 watts output but it should be the only thing on it.
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