Our 100kW microwave generator, operating at 915 MHz by default, is the GET2024. This larger generator is highly customizable and produces continuous cw microwave power. The GET2024 can be used as a standalone, single power source. It can also be used in combination with other “GET” family generators, depending on required total power levels of the application.
This generator is fully compatible with other FMT products. Advanced electronic and computer controls provide direct interface to to computer-based control systems. Electromagnetic switches and interlock systems provide the rugged reliability required in all industrial microwave applications.
100kW Generator Specifications – GET2024
The GET2024 generator is externally controlled at the system level. It is configured for full power operation at 100kW of output microwave power and 147 KVA of input power. The power for the GET2024 is connected to the main EMI filters.
Each 100kW microwave generator requires cooling by water supply. We recommend all generators be stored and operated above 50°F (10°C). Maximum air temperature should not exceed 110°F (45°C). Do not operate or store the GET2024 outdoors. Internal component and air cooling are provided by the internal closed loop cooling system.
Nominal full load current for multiple generator systems at 480V
|Number of Generators||Output at 100 kW per Generator||Current at 100 kW per Generator|
|1||100 kW||177 ampere|
|2||200 kW||354 ampere|
|3||300 kW||531 ampere|
|4||400 kW||708 ampere|
|5||500 kW||885 ampere|
|6||600 kW||1062 ampere|
|7||700 kW||1239 ampere|
|8||800 kW||1416 ampere|
Water cooling requirement for each generator
|Inlet Water Temperature °F (°C)||GPM (LPM) at 100 kW||Cooling Load at 100 kW BTU/HR (kCal/HR)|
|50 (10)||7 (25)||140,000 (35,300)|
|60 (15)||8 (31)||140,000 (35,300)|
|70 (20)||11 (40)||140,000 (35,300)|
|80 (25)||19 (71)||140,000 (35,300)|
Water service specifications
|Temperature||40°F to 85°F (50°C to 30°C)|
|Pressure Drop||3 to 15 psi (20 to 100 kPa)|
|Flow||Stand-by flow of 1 GPM (4 LPM) per generator|