Convenient dry type dummy load with built-in watt meter. Rated at 1500 watts, the meter has a 200 and 2000 watt scale. I suspect the unit is rated for 1.8 to 30 mhz. The interior electronics is rather sophisticated and includes an over-temperature sensor. The front panel includes a light indicator for over-temperature. The power source is a 9 volt battery. The watt meter is accurate to within 5%. Size is 6.25" wide (x) 6" tall and 13.5" deep. Manufactured 1974 thru 1975. Other simular Heathkit models were manufactured.
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