SMΩRF™ is the vector power meter. Connects to the power RF signal by remote sensor, available in several models for power levels up to 12KW and frequencies from 1.8MHz up to 500MHz. The SMΩRF™ can simultaneously measure two independent signals from any two sensors and shows measurement results on its front panel or computer.
HF + 6m sensors are provided in three models for 3KW, 6KW (1.8-54MHz) and 12KW (1.8-30MHz) maximal power.
VHF/UHF sensors (70-500MHz) are provided in two models for 2KW and 6KW maximal power. Vector measurements are provided with all sensors.
SMΩRF™ is not only desktop meter but Internet enabled device too. Using native IEEE 802.3 Ethernet port provides all measurement results directly to your remote computer, tablet or phone over LAN or the Internet. Does not require local computer. For remote connectivity provides free, open TCP protocol based, high speed Remote Control application for the Windows and OS-X, as well as internal HTTP and VNC server for maintenance access from the web browser and VNC viewer (Windows, OS-X, Linux, Android, iOS).
More at http://www.microham.com
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