Coaxial Dynamics 81094


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Coaxial Dynamics 81094

Advanced Wattchman monitor/alarm

The Model 81094 is the first in a series of Internet/intranet-accessible Advanced Wattchman wattmeter/alarm systems that will monitor forward and reflected power in two transmission lines with only one controller. The front-panel display shows power on both systems simultaneously. Operating conditions may also be displayed on a PC from any location on the Internet/intranet. The Model 81094 is designed to work with a series of specialized line sections from 7/8" to 6-1/8" and standard Coaxial Dynamics elements for analog or digital applications. Elements are available from 1W to 100kW and from 2MHz to 2.3GHz.
800-COAXIAL
sales@coaxial.com
www.coaxial.com


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