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    diamond SX-400 Power and SWR Meter electornic meter 140-525MHz

  • Categories:Power Meter
  • Date:2011-03-11
  • # Frequency range:140-525MHz # Power display rating:5W 20W 200W # Minimum power at SWR measuremen:4W ...
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Product Description

Original Japan Diamond

power meter SX-400 5w 20w 200w 400w Power and SWR Meter electornic meter 140-525MHz





  • Frequency range:140-525MHz
  • Power display rating:5W  20W  200W
  • Minimum power at SWR measuremen:4W
  • Accuracy of full scale:5W Range±10%(F.S),20W Range ±5%(F.S),200W Range ±5%(F.S),(Add-10% of full scale at 220 to 420MHz,add+10% of full scale at 450 to 525MHz)
  • Insertion loss:Less than 0.1dB(140 to 250 MHz)
    Less than 0.2dB(400 to 470MHz)
    Less than 0.3dB(525MHz)
  • Power supply:DC13.8V (for backlight)
  • Dimensions(W×H×D)mm:155×63×103
  • Weight:540g
  • Nominal Impedance:50Ω

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