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    Bird 5000-EX Digital Power Meter
    w/ Bird 5012 RF Power Sensor 350 MHz - 4 GHz

    Model 5000-EX Digital RF Power Meter (TDMA/CDMA Capable)

    Bird 5012 RF Sensor Included, 350 MHz - 4 GHz, 150W Avg (400W Peak).

    Measures: Average, True Average, PEP, Burst, Pulse, TDMA, CDMA.

    Combines a digital display with the ability to accurately measure power in analog and digital RF systems. The highly visible, backlit LCD display simultaneously shows forward and reflected power or other selected parameters in digital format, while a 20-segment analog bar graph tracks forward power readings. Readings can be expressed as Watts, dB Return Loss and % Match Efficiency. VSWR is automatically calculated from forward and reflected power for fast, convenient antenna checks.

    Specifications for Bird 5012 Terminating Sensor:

    • Frequency Range: 350 MHz-4.0 GHz
    • Power Range: 150mW-150W avg, (400W Peak)
    • Use Bird attenuators for higher power
    • Bird 5000 Meters have attenuator offsets in order to display actual power.
    • Nominal Impedance: 50 Ohms 
    • Peak/Average Ratio: 12 dB max.
    • Accuracy: ± 5% of Reading. 
    • Insertion VSWR: Typical 1.03 
    • Warm Up Time: 5 Minutes
    • Connectors: Precision N Female
    • Power Supply: From host instrument via cable connection.

    Used, 90 Day Warranty - In excellent condition
    5000-EX Digital Power Meter & 5012 Sensor w/AC Supply/Charger

    Ideally suited for field techs and engineers who need to make power measurements anywhere they go, the 5000's new user interface has an intuitive, menu-driven design, making it the easiest to use on the market. It's operable even with one hand and compatible with all our field and legacy sensors.

    Frequency Range: 2 MHz to 12 GHz (sensor dependent)
    RF Power Range: 00 mW to 10kW True Average & Peak Power (sensor dependent)
    Accuracy with 5012 DPS Sensor +/-5% of reading.
    Frequency and Power ratings are determined by external sensors.