I have a Henry UHF Amp model C25D02, 1-5 watts in, 25 watts out. I've had if for over 20 years; it was given to me by a retired police chief from California. I had never used it because I didn't have a use for it. The tuned center frequency is 464 MHz with a 10 MHz bandwidth. Perfect for GMRS but unusable for 70cm ham radio.
So now I have a use for it in my GMRS repeater. I mentioned it in another thread earlier today. It's perfect for my repeater because 5 watts is the minimum specified power setting of the Kenwood TK-805D I'm using as the transmitter. That will raise its duty cycle, although it's not bad at its current setting of 12 watts.
The amplifier is rated 50% duty cycle mobile and 100% duty cycle in a repeater, at 25 watts output.
I had no documentation on the amp. It is still a current model, so I was able to find some data on it from the Henry website.
I decided earlier this evening to email the company and ask about Part 95A type classification, and also asked if I could get a manual. I received an email reply within the hour from Ted S. Henry. He assured me that it is indeed type accepted, and attached a pdf of the manual.
Two thumbs up for Henry Radio!