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Categories | Antenna Tuners | ICOM AT-180 Help

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VA2DV  Rating: 5/5 Jul 8, 2013 16:03  Send this review to a friend!
Perfect mate of the IC-7200  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
I have tried 2 others models before this one with my Icom IC-7200 , an LDG Z11-proII that was continuously retuning even after all possible things corrected and a lousy SGC MAC-200 that will not go any lower than 2:1 SWR.I was able to return everything and finaly ordered an AT-180 from Icom despite it's limited advertised range.I was first surprised by the weight of the unit.Heavy components.I do like the complete integration with my rig.No more random retuning and 1:1 everytime.
My particular unit will even tune up to 4:1 and 5:1 in certain situations so this is a great extra.It's certainly costly compared to aftermarket units but it's money well invested.
No surprise this tuner as been around for many years. 
Product is in production.
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