Power Meter & Power Sensors
KRYTAR offers Low Cost Power Meters in the following frequency bandwidths...
ML2487B: Wideband Peak Power Meter
The ML2487B Wideband Peak Power Meter provides accurate peak power measurement for communications, wireless, and aerospace applications. For the design and implementation of wireless networks, they address the important issues of power control, peak power, and timing.
Model HP 4268A is a capacitance meter designed for testing high value multilayer ceramic capacitor (MLCC) designs
Power Meter - 8400 Series
The 8400 Series Mini-Power Meter is an inexpensive, portable and battery operated power measurement system. Consisting of the model 8441 power meter, the model 8440-01 extension cable and one or more of the 842X series of power mounts, this system allows accurate measurements at frequencies up to 26.5 GHz...
Digital Power Meter 5000-XT
The Digital Power Meter has been completely redesigned with the New Bird 5000-XT. The new user interface is an intuitive, menu driven design that makes this product easier to use than any other product on the market. It is operable even with one hand.
An impedance meter has been released to measure the impedance of lines from 5 to 100 kW
ELF/VLF Survey Meters
ELF/VLF Survey Meters from Narda Safety Test Solutions...
RF Survey Meters
RF Survey Meters from Narda Safety Test Solutions...
4421 Multifunction RF Power Meter
The "New and Improved" Bird® Model 4421 is a precision RF power meter that, while originally intended for general purpose laboratory applications where high accuracy is required, has found wide acceptance in semiconductor processing applications. The product is configured as a system, consisting of the Model 4421 digital display and a precision power sensor selected for the application based upon maximum power and operating frequency.
ML2488B: Wideband Peak Power Meter
The ML2488B Wideband Peak Power Meter provides accurate peak power measurement for communications, wireless, and aerospace applications. For the design and implementation of wireless networks, they address the important issues of power control, peak power, and timing.