USB Power Meter-Sensor Covers 10 MHz To 12.5 GHz

Nov. 12, 2008
THE MODEL LB559A PowerSensor+ power meter-sensor is a compact Universal-Serial-Bus (USB) powered solution for power measurements at frequencies from 10 MHz to 12.5 GHz. The measurement tool boasts a dynamic range of 55 to +20 dBm with total ...

THE MODEL LB559A PowerSensor+ power meter-sensor is a compact Universal-Serial-Bus (USB) powered solution for power measurements at frequencies from 10 MHz to 12.5 GHz. The measurement tool boasts a dynamic range of 55 to +20 dBm with total measurement error of only 1.95 percent. The instrument features "No Cal, No Zero" operation that eliminates the need for calibrating or zeroing the power meter-sensor before use for faster measurement setups and measurement speed. The LB559A provides measurement speed of 2000 readings per second. It is extremely accurate over its operating temperature range of 0 to +50C with less than 1-percent variations in measurement value over those temperatures. The LB559A, which exhibits 1.20:1 VSWR, is equipped with a ruggedized USB connector. It measures just 2.25 in. long and 1.6 in. in diameter.

LadyBug Technologies LLC, 3345 Industrial Drive, Suite 10, Santa Rosa, CA 95403; (866) 768-7111; (707) 546-1050; Fax: (707) 237-6724; Internet: www.ladybug-tech.com.

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