AT130

Icom HF Automatic Antenna Tuner

Icom HF Automatic Antenna Tuner

Description

The Icom HF Automatic Antenna Tuner can be used with a variety of vessels, even smaller boats that cannot use a long antenna element.

Features

  • Housed In A Durable, Completely Weather-Resistant Acrylic Case With Rubber Gaskets
  • Emits Very Little Output Power During The Tuning Process, Reducing Possibility of Causing Interference to Other Stations Using the Frequency
  • Quick Trouble-Free Frequency Changes
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Suitable for many vessels
For example, the AT-130 will match a 7 m (23 feet) long wire antenna across the marine band in the 1.6 - 27.5 MHz range.

Automatic tuning
No manual tuning is needed. Just push the [TUNE] switch on an Icom HF marine transceiver; the AT-130 adjusts the antenna and the transceiver to the minimum SWR in any frequency on an HF marine band. The AT-130 allows you to transmit with strong RF output power, and is perfect for maritime mobile operations.

Weather resistant
This allows it to be conveniently installed near the antenna element base.

For Icom HF marine transceivers
Icom's sophisticated AT-130 easily matches Icom HF marine transceivers. The AT-130 easily interconnects with an Icom HF marine transceiver. AT-130 installation is simple. No adjustments are necessary. Just connect the control cable and antenna wire and go!

Quick tune-up
Improved tuning performance...the tune-up time is less than 3 seconds in any frequency on an HF marine band. In addition, the AT-130 has 8 convenient memories to store tuning information. Retuning for a memorized frequency takes about 1.5 seconds. This allows you quick trouble-free frequency changes.

 

Notable Specifications:

 

  • Dimensions: 230(W) x 340(H) x 80(D) mm; 9.1(W) x 13.4(H) x 3.1(D) in (projections not included)
  • Weight: 2.7 kg; 6.0 lb
  • Usable Temperature Range: -30C ~ +60C
  • Rated Voltage: 13.6 V DC +/-15% (negative ground) (supplied from an Icom HF marine transceiver)
  • Current Drain (at 13.6 V DC): 2 A
  • Frequency Coverage: 1.6~30 MHz (with the antenna length 7 m (23 ft) or longer)
  • Input Impedance: 50 ohms (unbalanced)
  • Max. Input Power: 150 W (PEP)
  • Input Power During Tuning: 10 W
  • Auto Tuning Time: 1.5 sec. (returning for a memorized frequency), typically 2~3 sec. (when operating band has been changed)
  • Auto Tuning Accuracy: VSWR 2.0:1
  • Insertion Loss: 0.5 dB (with a 50 ohms load, after tuning)
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Icom HF Automatic Antenna Tuner AT130 HF Automatic Antenna Tuner
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Icom Interconnect Cable AT-130 To M710 OPC566 Interconnect Cable AT-130 To M710
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