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LDG Z-100PLUS 0.1-125 W DESKTOP MEMORY TUNER

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Price:
166.47 EUR (138.72 EUR + VAT)
Model: Z-100PLUS
Availability: On stock
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Manufacturer: LDG Electronics
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Description

The LDG Z-100Plus is a small, low-cost automatic tuner suitable for any amateur purpose, whether base, mobile or portable. It handles up to 125 watts SSB or CW, but requires only 0.1 watts to tune, making it ideal for QRP operation. Use the Z-100Plus and the Y-ACC interface cable for the new Yaesu FT-891 mobile HF radio.

Like all LDG tuners the Z-100Plus features LDG's advanced memory tuning, providing 2,000 memory locations; when tuning near a previously used frequency it will recall the settings for nearly instant tuning. It learns your favorite frequencies and bands as you use it. 

The LDG Z-100Plus requires very little electrical power. It draws about 200 mA when tuning and just about Zero current when receiving or in standby. This feature makes the Z-100Plus especially suitable for mobile or portable operation.

LDG Z-100Plus specification:

  • RF Power: 0.1 to 125 watts SSB and CW, 30W on PSK.
  • Latching relays for ultra low power consumption
  • 2000 memories sorted by frequency.
  • 1.8 to 54 MHz coverage (continuous coverage for MARS)
  • Tunes 6 to 800 ohms. (16 to 150 on 6M)
  • SO-239 in and out connections for dipoles, verticals, beams, G5RV, OCF, Cobra, ect.
  • 7 to 18 Volts DC, 200 mA. 6 foot DC power cable included 5.5x2.5mm.
  • Dimensions: 5.5xL, 5.5xW, 1.5xH. Weight: 20 ounces

Warranty and service procedure:

Due to the strict warranty policy of LDG Electronics takes into account that warranty and non-warranty repairs are only performed by the LDG's own service. Warranty period is 2 years. In the event of repair, the owner shall send the product to LDG Electronics service directly and pay the related costs himself.

LDG Electronics
1445 Parran Rd.
St. Leonard, MD 20685 USA

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