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The "CIRPA" model antenna can handle power levels of 2kW per bay and may be stacked to achieve higher gain and to handle up to 4kW of input power. The antennas are constructed of high-grade stainless steel and employ a Teflon insulator on the gamma match. Individual bays have a 7/16" DIN connector while stacked arrays have 7/8" EIA Flange connectors on the power divider. DC grounding provides excellent protection from lighting discharges.
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