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Reviews Categories | Antenna Tuners | Daiwa CNA-2002 Auto Antenna Tuner Help


Reviews Summary for Daiwa CNA-2002 Auto Antenna Tuner
Daiwa CNA-2002 Auto Antenna Tuner Reviews: 1 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $390.00
Description: First Generation Auto Tuner ...covers 80-10 meters....uses motor drive to
obtain acceptable swr solution.....Rated for 2.5 KW (Pep) input...typical Daiwa
cross needle meter for forward / reflected power...Unique manual fine tuning
knobs to "zero" in on 1:1 swr ...Produced in the 80's
Product is not in production.
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VA6DWH Rating: 5/5 Dec 8, 2013 19:03 Send this review to a friend
Slow ...but fun !!  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
Recently purchased this unit....They seem to be hard to find...had to purchase a non working tuner.....but no sweat....restored it to its original working condition....I have had it in the shack now for a while....really is a lot of fun....and it comes up with tuning solutions that are close.....but the fine tuning adjustments help the user get it right on....Its the first generation type Auto tuner....the CNA-1001 is basically the same .....but with less power handling abilities...meter is typical daiwa quality....easy to read....fairly accurate...and bonus ...its lit! ....You need to power this unit up with 13.8v for it to operate....and its missing 160 meters....this is common for tuners of this vintage....Its easy to operate....slow...with the whole tuning procedure taking as much as 30 seconds at times....but the manufacturer states that...easy to restore and work on....seems to tune decent antenna's...may have a problem on your eaves trough....the variable caps on board do not have a big range....all in all good quality....easy to use....does what they claim......and a lot of fun.....If you find one ....you may be surprised at their pricing.....still demanding a bit of $$...
 


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