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Reviews Categories | Antennas: HF: Verticals; Wire; Loop | AB7LT 80-6 Meter End Fed 200 watt Antenna Help

Reviews Summary for AB7LT 80-6 Meter End Fed 200 watt Antenna
AB7LT 80-6 Meter End Fed 200 watt Antenna Reviews: 1 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $39.99
Description: 80-6 end fed antenna 200 Watt. Antenna Tuner Required . No counterpoise required to work on 80 thru 6 meter Ham Bands. Antenna can be installed: horizontal, vertical, inverted L or sloper 41 feet long complete with a 9:1 UNUN The photos are of this antenna only. Each antenna is individually photograph and listed so you can see the exactly what you are getting.

Center insulator UNUM is made with Quality zinc plate eyebolts The SO-239 is nickel plated brass with Delrin insulators . Connector is installed with 4 bolts and lock washers allowing it to support larger feed lines.

The end insulator is Glazed ceramic insulators and will not breakdown with exposure to the elements. A no arc over, ribbed design increases the electrical path from wire to support rope. Holes are stepped entry to reduce chaffing on wire or rope. Holes are 1/4" wide so will accommodate all common rope and wire size.

The element is made of #14 Stranded copper Thermoplastic High Heat-resistant coated wire: flexible strong and easy to work with and suitable to withstand the elements.
Product is in production.
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K7DXT Rating: 5/5 Mar 11, 2016 17:18 Send this review to a friend
Best Value for an HF End Fed  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
After looking around the web at all the options for HF end feds, I settled on John's design...AB7LT. It was one of the lower priced models and his workmanship seems very good. Purchasing is on his eBay store. The antenna was promptly shipped and I received it in 3 days via USPS Priority Mail. Shipping costs were very reasonable too.

The antenna is rated at 200 watts...ample for me. Installation was easy...typical end fed with no couterpoise required. I fired up my IC-718 and the LDG IT-100 tuned every band between 80 and 10 with no problems. I compared it with my 4BTV and an inverted V on 40, and it heard better than either.

If I have a complaint, it is that the bolts and wing nuts on the side connections are a bit 'light duty. Granted, the antenna is not QRO rated. It's a small beef, and considering the price, really no beef at all.

AB7LT builds several other antennas as well, but for my needs, this little end fed is about the best deal I found.

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