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The meter comes with a short un-terminated power lead to female socket. There is also a double sided sheet of instructions translated from Japanese into Engrish. Installation To install the AV you simply connect a short length of PL terminated 50 ohm coaxial cable to the connector marked "TX", connect that to your rig and connect your 50 ohm antenna cable to the cable marked "ANT".
You can connect the power lead to your shack power supply and plug it into the meter. The power is only necessary to illuminate the meter and power the relevant sensor LED. The instructions say "the meter can be left in circuit permanently for continuously monitoring of the station conditions".
The other end I connected to the tri-band antenna that I had just purchased while it was still on the ground. SWR measurements. I set my rig for the lowest power which is around 5 watts on 2 metres. Then I had a listen on an empty channel to make sure I was not interfering with any body.
Then unkeyed the transmitter. You can then read off the SWR reading directly from the meter. In my case it barely moved the needed off the stop. On the frequency I was transmitting on the SWR at 5 watts was less that 1. I repeated the procedure with the transmitter on a 70cm frequency.
I also repeated the procedure on higher power outputs setting the switches accordingly. The end results on 2m and 70cm for my Diamond V, when mounted at 12 feet from the ground, were around 1. I was able to adjust the counterpoise radial to register an SWR of at When I reduced the length back to 23" the SWR went back to 1. When keying on FM for instance when out of circuit the meter goes up quickly and goes down quickly when you stop transmitting.
When the PEP is engaged the meter goes up slower and there is a very noticeable delay when you stop transmitting before the needle goes back down.
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