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Reviews Categories | Antennas: VHF/UHF+ Directional (Yagi, quad, etc.) | Sirio WY 140-6N Help


Reviews Summary for Sirio WY 140-6N
Sirio WY 140-6N Reviews: 1 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $150.00
Description: Electrical Data
- Type: 6 elements yagi antenna
- Frequency range @ SWR ≤1.5:
WY 140-6N: 140-160 MHz
WY 155-6N: 155-175 MHz
- Impedance: 50Ω
- Radiation (H-plane): beamwidth @ -3 dB =
WY 140-6N: 80
WY 155-6N: 75
- Radiation (E-plane): beamwidth a@ -3 dB =
WY 140-6N: 60
WY 155-6N: 55
- Front to back ratio: ≥ 16 dB
- Polarization: linear vertical or horizontal
- Gain: 8.35 dBd - 10.5 dBi
- Max. Power (CW) @ 30C: 200 Watts
- Grounding protection: All metal parts are DC-grounded, the inner conductor shows a DC short
- Connector: N-female with rubber protection cap

Mechanical Data
- Materials: Anodized 6063-T5 Aluminium, EPDM rubber, thermoplastic UV stabilized, Chromed brass
- Wind load / resistance: 184 N @ 150 Km/h / 120 Km/h
- Wind surface: 0.15 m
- Dimensions (L x W approx.):
WY 140-6N: 2010 x 1085 mm
WY 155-6N: 2010 x 985 mm
- Weight (approx.):
WY 140-6N: 2440 gr
WY 155-6N: 2390 gr
- Tourning radius:
WY 140-6N: 1940 mm
WY 155-6N: 1930 mm
- Operating temperature: -40 C to +60 C
- Mounting mast: 35-52 mm
Product is in production.
More info: http://www.sirioantenne.it/antennecat.php?idc=1011280341&idg=1008171189
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W3HD Rating: 5/5 Jan 19, 2013 11:02 Send this review to a friend
SWEET ANTENNA!   Time owned: 3 to 6 months
Just got mine yesterday and assembled it today. It took me about 1 hr to put it together (taking my sweet time) and the beam was up right after that. I assembled it and carried up the roof by myself and mounted on the mast. Run a few test and I am completely satified. Will soon get another one to stack.
Great job Sirio
 


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