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Reviews Categories | Tools & Test Equipment for the amateur radio work bench | Optoelectronics Cub Help


Reviews Summary for Optoelectronics Cub
Optoelectronics Cub Reviews: 4 Average rating: 4.0/5 MSRP: $99
Description: A low-cost handheld frequency counter.
Product is in production.
More info: http://www.optoelectronics.com/cub.htm
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W6KRU Rating: 4/5 Nov 5, 2008 15:01 Send this review to a friend
Acceptable  Time owned: 6 to 12 months
OK for portable use when you don't want to bother with a bigger unit. Accuracy isn't 100% but its close enough.
 
RICKS Rating: 5/5 Aug 18, 2003 22:44 Send this review to a friend
Great little rig.  Time owned: more than 12 months
I've really enjoyed using this frequency finder, and have had great results. One comment needs to be made: the NiCads don't last long, so go to your favorite radio store and buy a AA battery holder immediately. Some shaving and shoving should get it into Cub and you'll never have dead batteries again.
 
N1KDO Rating: 3/5 Nov 7, 2000 07:58 Send this review to a friend
frequency counter  Time owned: more than 12 months
This is a pretty useful tool. Convenient pocket size.I like the capture mode, but the NiCd batteries are very small, and not standard; mine got cooked from leaving the charger plugged in too long.
 
WM5R Rating: 4/5 Jun 29, 2000 15:19 Send this review to a friend
Nice counter  Time owned: more than 12 months
This is a good basic frequency counter. It covers 1MHz - 2.8 GHz, runs on an internal rechargable battery, and comes with a very basic antenna (BNC connection.) My only complaint about this counter is that I cannot run it off DC power instead of the batteries. I'm always wanting to use when the batteries have drained, and I need to let them charge before the counter becomes usable.
 


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