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Reviews Categories | Antenna parts, accessories, incl. baluns, hardware, etc. | Radiowavz B11-ISO 1:1 Choke Balun Help


Reviews Summary for Radiowavz B11-ISO 1:1 Choke Balun
Radiowavz B11-ISO 1:1 Choke Balun Reviews: 1 Average rating: 0.0/5 MSRP: $45.95
Description: The RadioWavz B1ISO Inline RF Isolation Transformer. A
UNUN Unbalanced to Unbalanced Isolation transformer. The
RadioWavz 1:1 Current Choke is a Isolation transformer.
This transformer acts as a RF isolator reduce or
eliminate stray RF often found on coax. Power is radiated
by the antenna not the feed line. Also known as a common
mode choke. The Isolation transformer is effective from
1.8 to 50 MHz. The Standard BALUN is designed to handle
200w cw key down 1500w ssb/pep. The Isolation
transformer is effective from 1.8 to 50 MHz. It was
designed to improve the performance of all amateur
stations, fixed or mobile.
Product is in production.
More info: http://www.shop.radiowavz.com/B11ISO-INLINE-CHOKE-1500w-SSB-PEP-200w-CW-b11iso.htm
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W2TAC Rating: 0/5 May 4, 2017 17:34 Send this review to a friend
Poor Experience with These  Time owned: 6 to 12 months
I bought five of these about 10 months ago for my five dipole antennas. I liked the fact that, with an uhf double male connector (e.g. Amphenol 83877) they'd fit nicely under my Alpha Delta-C Center Insulators. Well... three of the five have gone kaput. Who would expect a balun to do that? My guess is cold solder joints. I didn't do an autopsy, but I did confirm via swapping and a lot of hard work that they were bad. I've replaced them with MFJ-915 RF Isolators which also work with the Alpha Delta-C Center Insulators. Outwardly, at least, these seem better made even though they're cheaper.
 


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