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BIRD43PN Wattmeter, Peak Reading, Type-N Female QC Connectors, Bird Electronics

BIRD43PN Wattmeter,  Peak Reading, Type-N Female QC Connectors, Bird Electronics

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BIRD43PN Wattmeter, Peak Reading, Type-N Female QC Connectors, Bird Electronics

BIRD43PN, Wattmeter, Peak Reading,  Type-N Female QC Connectors, MFR: Bird Electronics

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BIRD43PN, Wattmeter, Peak Reading,  Type-N Female QC Connectors

MFR: Bird Electronics

43P, General Purpose Wattmeter with Peak Reading Option  - Retrofit Kit 4300-400
The 43P is a Model 43 Wattmeter with a Peak Reading Kit installed that allows true peak power output at ± 8% of full scale, QC (quick change) type connectors and a full range of plug-in elements provide a wide choice of frequency ranges and power levels giving the 43P amazing flexibility. Two extra elements can be stored in the housing, one on each side. The 43P is easy to use and simple to service in the field.

  • Accurate CW field power measurement over 450 kHz to 2.7 GHz and 100 mW to 10 KW.
  • Uses industry standard Bird elements with space to store 2 additional within the meter housing
  • Rugged metal housing for the most demanding environments
  • Quick Change (QC) connectors to minimize the need for adaptors when making critical measurements

 

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

Item No 43P
Item Name General Purpose Wattmeter with Peak Reading Option
Power Range 100 mW to 10 kW using Bird® Plug-in Elements
Frequency Range 450 kHz - 2.7 GHz (depending on element)
Accuracy CW Mode: ± 5% full scale, Peak mode: ± 8% full scale
Modulation Normal voice audio; or (Peak Mode) Rectangular Pulses Duty cycle: 2% (min)
Repetition rate: 100 pps (min), Pulse width: 200 µs (min)
Connectors QC Type (Female N normally supplied)
Battery Life 48 hours typical
Finish Light Gray Power Coat
Dimensions (H x W x D)
6-7/8" x 5-1/8" x 3-5/8"
175 x 130 x 92 mm
Weight 4 lbs. (1.8 kg)

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