METROPWR FX775, is a modern VECTOR POWER/SWR METER completely digital. It’s composed of a wattmeter and a power coupler for measurements up to 3/5kW. It has a very modern design, and very high performance. It has inside a fast 32bit processor plus a coprocessor to handle all the measurements in real time, and measure Power (AVG, PeP, dBm) , SWR, R, Z, X, and more. It has a fast external bus with which you can connect many accessories in series:
Antenna switch 1X4 positions
Radio switch 1X4 positions
Directional coupler 3/5kW
To understand the potentialities of the METROPWR FX775 Wattmeter, I attach some link diagrams. The potentialities are enormous thanks to the scalability and expandability of the instrument. Perhaps calling it a wattmeter is somewhat diminutive as in the Metrovna I thought in great designing a tool that can measure almost any power at almost any frequency as well as handle all antennas and radios at the same time. In short, a UNIQUE tool in its genre and perhaps never seen to this day. As for the Metrovna, I wanted to integrate all the features of the trade tools and integrate them into a highly high tech wattmeter. Starting with the unique design of the SMART functions, in addition to the common tools seen in the last decades. Calling on the chats in photos under some link diagram:
– Easy for HF / 50MHz 3 / 5kWatt
– Dual for HF / 50MHz 3 / 5Kwatt + V / U Band
It has a large LCD touch screen display very fast and responsive, with which you can monitor:
High SWR alarm
USB PC RX/TX
Check Bus I2C
Technical Features VECTOR SWR/POWER METER METROPWR FX775
Coverage 1.8/55 MHz 160/6mt + VHF/UHF
HF/55MHz Measure Power AVG, PeP, dBm, R, Z, |X| , SWR, Frequency
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