The Dosy TC-4001-P Inline Watt Meter is a complete multi-function test center. The TC-4001-P is capable of reading Standing wave ratio (SWR), modulation, and power for any CB radio.
The Dosy TC-4001-P connects in line with the radio just like SWR only meters, no 6-pin connex connection required to get accurate measurements on your equipment. Fully compatible with all brands of CB radios including old and new models such as Washington, Presidents, Cobra, Uniden, and many others.
The Dosy TC-4001-P has four ranges for RMS (peak power) watt ranges include: 0-20, 0-200, 0-2000, and 0-4000. A volume adjustable built in phone jack and back lit meter makes the TC-4001-P user friendly and easy to be sure you're getting an accurate reading on your CB radio.
The Dosy TC-4001-P Inline Watt Meter operates on AM or SSB. Unit measures 9 1/2" W x 6" T x 5" D not including dials and connectors.
For best performance of the TC-4001 be sure that all cables are securely connected and switches are set to appropriate orientation for intended tests.
A separate RG8X jumper cable is required to connect the TC-4001-P to the transceiver.
What's included in the box:
- TC-4001 meter
- AC power adapter
- Owner's manual
- Reads RMS and Peak Power
- Measures Modulation Percentage
- Measures Antenna SWR
- Measures SSB Modulation
- DOSY Professional Architecture
- Built in headphone jack for signal monitoring
- Large 4 1/2 inch Backlit Meter
- Four watt ranges: 0 - 20, 0 - 200, 0 - 2000 and 0 - 4000
- Fully assembled and ready to use!
- Made in the USA
An SWR meter is an essential tool for installing a CB radio and antenna. It allows you to tune your antenna, which is adjusting the length of the antenna for optimum performance. This not only gives you the best range but it can also prevent damage to your radio.
In the event the Test Center does not perform to your expectations:
1. Make Sure all cables are connected properly.
2. If meter needle sticks or if you take your thumb and rub it accross the meter and the follows it, use a staticide spray on the meter face cover. (An anti-static spray from Amazon or local electronics store should work fine)
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