- Frequency: 1.8～200MHz
- Power Range: 30/300/3000W
- Input Connector: N Female
- Cross needle SWR and Power indications in one meter unit.
- Reading the scale will be indicated at the crossing point of the 2 needles.
This unique feature makes it possible to read all of Forward Power, Reflected Power and SWR at the same time.
DX Engineering carries the NTE Low Temp Solder Wire Connectors. All you need is a heat gun to make solder connections between wires. Four sizes for wires ranging from 24 through 10 AWG. Check them out at www.dxengineering.com Read more
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