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Bird Technologies Element 75-150 MHz 1000W (400-75)

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Bird Technologies Element 75-150 MHz 1000W (400-75)

Brand: Bird Technologies           P\N: 400-75           UPC: 729198308957

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Bird Technologies BIRD directional coupler element. 75-150 MHz. 1000 watts. -40dB nominal coupling, for QC-type or 7/8" EIA line. Thruline elements (slugs) for Bird Wattmeters.

Key Features
  • Fits Bird 43, 4430, 4431, 4381, 4385, 4520 series Wattmeters
  • Frequency Range: 75-100 MHz
  • Maximum Power: 1000W


  • Features


    • Special Order Product. Non-Cancellable and Non-Returnable.



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