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Reviews Categories | SWR & Wattmeters & Dummy Loads | MFJ-264 1.5Kw dry dummy load Help


Reviews Summary for MFJ-264 1.5Kw dry dummy load
MFJ-264 1.5Kw dry dummy load Reviews: 11 Average rating: 3.9/5 MSRP: $65.00
Description: You get SWR below 1.3 to 650 MHz and 1.1 at 30 MHz. Handles 100 Watts for 10 minutes, 1500 Watts for 10 seconds. It has a strong lightweight aluminum construction. The MFJ-264 Dry Dummy Load measures 3Wx3Hx9D inches and comes with MFJ's famous No Matter What one year limited warranty.

Specifications
IMPEDANCE: 50 OHMS VSWR: Less than 1.3:1 at less than 650 MHz
POWER DISSIPATION: 1500 Watts for less than 10 seconds -- 100 Watts for 10 minutes
VOLTAGE GRADIENT: 10 kV / inch
OPERATING TEMPERATURE: Up to 350'C
FREQUENCY RANGE: 1-650 MHz; usable to 750 MHz
Product is in production.
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N5UV Rating: 5/5 Jan 23, 2006 12:48 Send this review to a friend
Works so far  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
Got this one brand new just 3 weeks ago. Haven't given it the full kilowatt yet, but using it at 100 watts with the MFJ 969 Differential Tuner, it seems to be doing a fine job. I'll just wait for the MFJ-haters to come and post about this one. I wouldn't go to MFJ for every shack accessory (i.e. digital interface, or for low-pass filters), but for some things like tuners and such, their products are just fine.

I did find one loose screw inside the tuner...didn't appear to come off of anything on the dummy load inside the casing, probably just a spare screw they left in there. I checked all the other screws and bolts, no worries there...so for $65.00, I can't complain.
 
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