SGC MAC-200 (MAC 200 MAC200) automatic antenna tuner

   
 
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SGC MAC-200 (MAC 200 MAC200)
MAC-200
PDF User Manual for SGC MAC-200 (MAC 200 MAC200) :

SGC MAC-200 (MAC 200 MAC200) technical specifications :  SGC MAC-200 (MAC 200 MAC200) technical specifications
Select the right antenna, for the right band, at the right time with the MAC-200. The Master Antenna Controller operates as your base station control center, eliminating complicated switching and tuning. With the MAC-200, you can select between up to five antennas and tune automatically to minimum SWR. You can monitor your power and SWR with two convenient meters on the front panel of the unit. The MAC-200 puts you in control of your antennas.

With SGCs Smartuner technology inside, the MAC-200 uses two built in microprocessors to automatically select the correct antenna for your operating frequency, quickly and accurately. It stores the correct settings in memory and will recall the settings for a previous frequency in less than ten milliseconds. The MAC-200 is the perfect choice for anyone using multiple antennas in a base station system.

Technical specifications :
 + HF Frequency Range: 1.8 to 60 MHz
 + Power Input Range: 1.5 to 200W(PEP)
 + Number of Inputs: 1 type SO-239
 + Number of Outputs: 5 (1 end fed, 1 balanced, 3 coaxial)
 + VSWR: Typical, less than 2:1
 + DC Input Requirement: +13.8 VDC(nominal)
 + DC Operating Range: +10 to 18.5 VDC
 + Input Current: 230 milli Amps average
 + Initial set time: Typical, less than 2 seconds
 + Recurrent set time: Typical, less than 10 milliseconds
 + Memory Capacity: 168 non-volatile locations
 + Antenna Length: 9ft(7-60MHz), 40ft(3-60MHz), 100ft(1.8-60MHz)
 + Installation: Desktop
 + Operating Temperature: -35 to +70 degrees C
 + Size: 8.5L x 6.5W x 3H inches
 + Weight: 5 pounds
 + Case Construction: Extruded Aluminum
 + Cables and Connections: No cables supplied
 + Meters: 1 SWR, 1 20/200 watt power scale
 + Impedance Ranges: Longwire: .2 - 5000 ohms, Feedline: 5 - 1000 ohms, Balanced: 5 - 1000 ohms
 + MSRP: $249.95
 

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