A44-SDL

NexSens A44-SDL High Gain Radio Antenna

NexSens A44-SDL High Gain Radio Antenna

Description

The A44-SDL high gain radio antenna is ideal for remote communication via spread spectrum radio at distances up to 1 mile.

Features

  • Threaded connection to top bulkhead of SDL500R radio data loggers
  • Features rugged, double o-ring sealed connectors for complete water resistance
  • Designed for use with NexSens data buoys and SDL submersible data loggers
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The A44-SDL high gain antenna features an 902-928 MHz frequency range, weatherproof ABS housing, 3 dBi nominal gain and an integrated male underwater (UW) connector for quick connection to NexSens SDL submersible data loggers.

This high gain antenna receives and transmits in any direction, making it the preferred antenna for most short range (up to 1 mile line-of-sight) spread spectrum radio applications.
Notable Specifications:
  • Nominal Gain: 3 dBi
  • Frequency Range: 902-928 MHz
  • Maximum Power: 150 W
  • Max Diameter: 1.65"
  • Total Height: 7.25"
  • Weight: 0.6 lb
What's Included:
  • (1) 3 dBi high gain radio antenna
  • (1) UW to N-style RF adapter for connection to SDL submersible data loggers
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
NexSens A44-SDL High Gain Radio Antenna A44-SDL High gain radio antenna for SDL500R data logger
$499.00
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NexSens SDL500 Submersible Data Loggers SDL500R SDL500 submersible data logger with radio telemetry
$3495.00
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