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4308-2 Bird Wattmeter (Pull)

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4308-2 Bird Wattmeter
Used * No longer available for export
MFR: Bird Electronics, USA
SKU: 4308-2
Meter comes with Type-N Female QC Connectors

Made in the USA

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4308-2 Bird Wattmeter in Very Clean Used Condition. Meter comes with Type-N Female QC Connectors

100% tested and meets specifications.  Very Minor blemishes on the outside appearance, otherwise good working condtion.

Limted 90 day warranty from RF Parts Company.

Limted Quantity Available.


4308, Cellular Specialist Wattmeter
Bird® offers a wide selection of portable and panel-mount insertion-type instruments for measuring forward and reflected power in coaxial transmission lines. Thruline® instruments can be left in the line for continuous monitoring of either the transmitter power output or the amount reflected by the antenna.

These two quantities are actually the most important transmission parameters: Tuning for the minimum reflected power results in a good match of the load (antenna) to the line, and adjusting the transmitter for maximum forward power into a matched antenna approaches ideal design goals, These optimum system adjustments result in a low Voltage Standing Wave Ratio.


Item No 4308
Item Name Cellular Specialist Wattmeter
Power Range 1.5, 5, 15, 50 W, with no scale limitations
Frequency Range 440-960 MHz
Insertion VSWR 1.05 with TNC connectors (QC Type)
Accuracy ± 5% of full scale
Connectors QC Type (Female TNC normally supplied)
Finish Light Gray Powder Coat
Dimensions (H x W x D)
6-7/8" x 5-1/8" x 3-5/8", including connectors
175 x 130 x 92 mm
Weight 3 lbs. (1.4 kg)

Made in the USA

Additional Information

Featured Product No
Made in the USA Yes
NATO Stock Number N/A
Manufacturer Part Number N/A
Manufacturer Bird Electronics
Condition Used
Call For Price No
Manufacturer Name HENRY RADIO

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