Bird Technologies Element 2-30 MHz 2500 W 43 Series Wattmeter (2500H) from Solid Signal
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Bird Technologies Element 2-30 MHz 2500 W 43 Series Wattmeter (2500H)

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Bird Technologies Element 2-30 MHz 2500 W 43 Series Wattmeter (2500H)

Brand: Bird Technologies           P\N: 2500H           UPC: 729198474966

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Description


Bird Technologies BIRD table 1 standard element. 2-30 MHz, 2500 watt.

Features


  • Display Type: Analog

  • Accuracy: None

  • Frequency Range: 2-30 MHz

  • Maximum Power: 2500 W

  • Comments: Element, 2-30 MHz, 2500 W

  • For Wattmeter: 43 Series

  • Chart Frequency: 0002-0030

  • Mfg. Warranty: 1 Year



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