Product Line:Daiwa CN-801 Professional Series Bench Meters
DXE Part Number:DWA-CN-801HP3
Meter Frequency Range:1.8-200 MHz
Minimum Power Range:30 W
Middle Power Range:300 W
Maximum Power Range:3,000 W
Meter Style:Cross needle
Peak Power Readout:Yes
Built-In Frequency Counter:No
Meter RF Connector Type:UHF female, SO-239
DC Power Required:Yes
External Power Input Voltage:13.8 Vdc
Remote Sensor Included:No
SWR/Wattmeter Width:6.300 in.
SWR/Wattmeter Height:4.300 in.
SWR/Wattmeter Depth:4.800 in.
SWR/Wattmeter Weight:2.20 lbs.
Notes: Requires DC power for PEP and Peak Hold functions. Does not read reverse power in PEP mode.
Daiwa CN-801 professional series bench meters offer accurate readings, steady performance, and great value. Daiwa large, lighted, and easy-to-read cross needle meters will illuminate your ham shack with consistent reads. And, their CN-801 Series meters have features that will make measuring SWR and power during an antenna test, as well as matching and tuning transmitters, an easy task. The unique two-needle meters have one scale that measures forward power, and the other reflected power, and SWR is indicated at the crossing point of the two needles–so you can read all three at the same time! HP models can also measure P.E.P.–peak power in SSB operation. There are many frequency ranges and power levels in the Daiwa CN-801 professional series family to choose from.
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