Take the guess work out of your setups with proper testing on the ground before risking problems in the air.
The ImmersionRC RF power meter lets you test and tune both your uplink and downlink setups in power and Antenna performance. You can do comparative tests on various antenna designs or plot the radiation pattern, even test the direct output power of your transmitters using the included Attenuator.
The Power meter works with both pulsed and continuous wave signals and a wide range of frequencies from 35Mhz to 5.8GHz, allowing you to test both video and RC systems.
This is an invaluable tool for anything from hand tuning a DIY antenna to testing a video TX after a crash for proper output power. Don’t just guess with your investment…Test it.
• Affordable RF power measurements, a fraction of the cost of similar equipment
• Measure pulsed, and continuous RF power levels (e.g. UHF, and A/V Downlinks)
• Calibrated on all common bands used for modelling, and especially FPV
• 50dB of dynamic range (-50dBm -> 0dBm without the external attenuator)
• Readout in MW, or dBm
• Included 30dB attenuator and adapter
Frequency range: 1MHz thru 8GHz, calibrated on common bands used for FPV/UAV
Power level without attenuator: 50dBm thru 0dBm
Adjustments: Programmable attenuator setting, readout corrected
Power: USB, or DC power jack power source, 6V-16V
Calibrated against traceable test equipment at: > 100 frequency/power combinations.
Connector: Standard high-quality SMA
Un-attenuated VSWR: 8GHz.
Attenuated VSWR: 8GHz (typical)
Dimensions (LxWxH): L=90mm x W=52mm x H=19mm
Weight (Grams): 40g
Supply Voltage: 6 - 16V DC
Power Consumption: 100mA
Easy to use. Works as a dream. Take away the guess work of fiddling with FPV antennas, transmitters and receivers. I just love itReceived mine 12/27/2014 and works perfectly right out of the box.
Menu is easy to navigate. Should prove to be quite handy for measuring output of my transmitters and many other RF performance related testing endeavors.Such a handy device. A must-have if you are into FPV. In the two weeks since receiving mine, I have found the best frequencies to use on a Boscam 5.8Ghz, 8 channel 200mW video TX (the lower 3 frequencies put out the most power; avoid the 4 highest frequencies as they have low output). Also, my various DIY 5.8Ghz antenna's are working to specification, but my Aomway 7 turn helical doesn't have the gain it should. The RF power meter is worth the money.Was using R&S version, this one works as advertised, less bulky ! for those skeptics, i have added an image in the 'Files' tab