ERI PWR-100D


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ERI PWR-100D

RF power sensor

PWR-100D is a self-contained true RMS power meter/reflectometer/line section featuring an internal temperature sensor, line pressure and interlock inputs, Internet/intranet connectivity via LAN connection, serial and USB connectivity for local computer connection, 50-1000MHz frequency range, and optional on-board digital display of forward/reflected power, temperature, pressure and interlock status. It is compatible with the SWP-200 series power monitor and switch controller, VSWR protection systems or as a standalone power monitor. It easily expands for multiple power measurements with fault-tolerant CAN bus or RS-485 connectivity between sensors. It connects up to 256 sensors to a single system. Phantom power is provided over standard CAT-5 cables.

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What the judges had to say:
"It reads analog and digital power and many more things."
"Lots of potential for accurate transmission line monitoring."

812-925-6000
sales@ERIinc.com
www.ERIinc.com


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