The Heathkit HL-2200 is one of Heathkits last made amps. It probably dates from the mid to late 1980's. It is similar to the Heathkit SB-221, but ads a newer case design. The amp uses Eimac 3-500Z tubes. A max of 100 W input drive power is required. On CW and RTTY the maximum continuous transmit time is 10 minutes.
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