The RF choke will reduce or eliminate stray RF often found on coax. This stray RF can cause burns and other problems with electronic equipment in ham-shacks and vehicles. Stray RF also results in a loss of radiated power from the antenna, which will lead to a great reduction in signal strength.
The RF Isolator is a 1:1 Current Balun designed to be placed in line with a 50-Ohm coax. The RF Isolator is effective from 1.8 to 30 MHz.
|Frequency range|| : ||usable between 1,8 and 30 MHz|
|Max. power|| : ||1200 W PEP|
|Connectors|| : ||2 x SO 239|
|Dimensions|| : ||ø 60 x 88 mm|