I have an A130 and an A140 ( or maybe 141... not sure).
Specs are identical, only difference I can see is the conections to the radio
.... 140/141 have a plug
and use a dedicated control cable, you have to open the case of the 130 and wire it up inside.
I have the 130 hooked up to the 710, the 140/1 to an IC-706.
Specs here for all three...
• Frequency coverage
• Power supply requirement
• Operating temperature range • Weight
• Max. Input power •Automatictuningtime
• Automatic tuning accuracy
: 1.6–30 MHz (with 7 m; 23.0 feet or longer antenna element) : 13.6 V DC (supplied from HF transceiver)
: Max. 2 A
: –30°C to +60°C (–22°F to +140°F)
: 2.5 kg; 5.5 lb
: SO-239 (50 Ω)
: 150 W (PEP) 100 W (continuous) :Approx.2–3sec.(generalcondition) Max.15sec.
Approx. 1 sec. (re-tuning for a memorized frequency) : SWR 2.0:1 (after tuning, except for multiples of 1⁄2 λ)
Details for connection of the 140 to the 710 are in the manual.....
￼￼￼￼￼￼D When connecting to Icom IC-M710/RT, IC-M700PRO
Use the optional OPC-566/1147 (either the connector to the AT-140 or the transceiver requires assem- bly), or assemble the desired length 4-conductor shielded cable and the connector kits supplied with the transceiver and the tuner.
￼￼[STAR] : White [KEY] : Green
[13.6] : Red [E] : Black
Hope this helps