Power supply voltage - 10-20V. The controller is designed to control the power amplifier during operation. It has measuring circuits of a supply voltage of the amplifier, its current, the level of the incident and reverse waves (on the basis of which it is possible to measure the standing wave ratio), temperature, has an input for connecting a temperature sensor for protection against overheating. At the output, it gives out a logic code of control of ranges of the LF filter of the amplifier. Has a PTT signal, can control the receiving/transmitting relay. The control buttons can be used both on the board and those that can be connected externally. The controller has an acoustic alarm, which will trigger either overheating, or if the standing wave ratio is bad, or if the power supply voltage is too high or if the current consumption is too high. If any of the protections are triggered, the amplifier connected to the controller will forcibly shut down and the acoustic alarm will not.