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3013 SWR True Antenna Analyser - 30MHz to 2700MHz.

3013

SWR True Antenna Analyser is a versatile analyser covering all major communication bands from 30MHz to 2700MHz. The SWR True will analyse antennas and cables. Measurements are represented graphically as VSWR or Return Loss plots. The built in PLL synthesised generator offers a superior accuracy with small step size.





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The internal operating system controls measurement, display and the I/Os allowing serial communication to PC, USB to memory stick and USB Serial
communication. The I/O options are used to write plots to either memory sticks or to a connected PC, the I/Os can also be used to operate the instrument, giving commands and receiving data.
For documentation reference the instrument has a real time clock. Multilayer menus are used to setup and control the operation of parameters.
The SWR True instrument is small, handy and light weight battery operated with more than 10 hours of continuous operation on the internal NiMh cells.
Feature with XML data handling and application viewer is included. Accessory kit with soft carrying bag, car charger and coax adaptors for standard
types.

Features:

· Antenna and Cable VSWR
· Manual or Auto Scale
· Use in direct Sunlight
· Back light for dim areas
· Auto Power off
· RTC time stamp
· Hold and store traces on USB
· Handle file by time and date
· Setup by Menu system
· Operate while charging
No. of Antenna Outputs One "N" type connector
Frequency range - MHz 30MHz to 2700MHz
Operational modes VSWR & Return Loss
Battery Life Approx. 10 hours
Low battery warning Flashing LED
Battery type 3 x Re-chargable NiMh Low Self-discharge AAA batteries
Temperature Operating: +10 degrees C to +40 degrees C
Temperature Survival: -30 degrees C to +50 degrees C
Certification Emisions: EN 61000-6-4:2001 & Immunity: EN 61000-6-2:2005
Calibration interval 2 Years
Weight: 500 grams including batteries

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