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PWR-6LRMS-RC

USB / Ethernet true RMS Smart Power Sensor, 50Ω, -45 dBm to +10 dBm, 50 to 6000 MHz

Description

Mini-Circuits’ PWR-6LRMS-RC is a low cost, compact sensor-head that turns any PC with a USB port into a true RMS power meter for CW (continuous waveform), modulated and multi-tone signals. The sensor has a 55 dB input dynamic range allowing measurement of RF powers down to -45 dBm, over 50 to 6000 MHz.
The USB HID interface is “plug & play” compatible, meaning no driver installation is required. Full software support is provided, including our user-friendly GUI application for Windows and a full API with programming instructions for Windows and Linux environments (both 32-bit and 64-bit systems).

 

Features

• USB and Ethernet control • True RMS power sensor (Measure CW and modulated signals) • Measure power levels as low as -45 dBm • Fast Measurement rate: 30 ms

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