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318.00 EUR (265.00 EUR + VAT)
Model: MICRO2R
Availability: Back Order
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Manufacturer: Microham
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Microham Micro2R is designed for any amateur with two transceivers and any control interface. It is feature rich but easy to install and operate, provides automatic or manual control of headphone audio and transmitter selection, and is compatible with the automatic modes of all of the most popular contest logging programs. 

Microham Micro2R is two radio controller for the single operator (SO2R controller).  Install the control/driver software, connect your headphones, paddle, mic, footswitch and connect Microham micro2R to your radios: you're ready to go. The front panel is easy to understand with pushbutton controls for headphone audio and transmitter selection, speed control for the built-in WinKey 2 keyer, separate soundcard drive controls for each transmitter, an easy to use mix level control, and clearly visible LEDs to indicate manual or automatic operation, headphone audio source, and selected transmitter. 

Unlike any other commercially available SO2R solution (except MK2R™ and MK2R+™ from microHAM), Micro2R™uses either USB or LPT control, includes a proven WinKey 2 CW keyer, support for either electret or dynamic microphones, a UART compatible FSK port for each radio, and built-in support for the voice keyer capabilities of the most popular contesting software.

The interface is suitable for connecting any type of transceiver that has a CAT port. For example, Yaesu, Kenwood, Icom, Elecraft, Ten-Tec.

Microham Micro2R box contains: device, USB A / B cable, clip on ferrit rfi filter, power connector (the power cord must be made by you), installation cd, 2 pcs. 3.5mm jack audio cable

The device is compatible with a wide range of radios, so you need to create a radio-specific cable, it is not supplied in the box. If necessary, we can manufacture these cables and you can ask for our unique quotation! Cabling and device setup can be downloaded here: http://www.microham.com/contents/en-us/d137.html

Driver software and user manual can be downloaded here: http://www.microham.com/contents/en-us/d29_downloads.html

Microham Micro2R(u2R) block diagram:

Microham Micro2R(u2R) features:


- advanced (USB) or classic (LPT) control 

- proven microHAM Control Protocol 

- "Band Data" or Antenna Relay ports controlled by logger 

- two UART compatible FSK outputs  

- single foot switch operation

- "selected transmitter" output for station automation

- compatible with most standard Windows based programs

- optically isolated USB and LPT inputs

- compatible with LPT interface (CT, TR, NA)


- intelligent keying lockouts for both radios

- hardware lockout for ”last one wins” or ”first one wins” 

- programmable PTT Lead and Lag adjustable in 1ms steps

- separately sequenced keying outputs for LNA bypass

- separate PTT per transceiver with automatic focus control 

- support for VOX and CAT T/R switching command


- integrated K1EL WinKey2™ with front panel speed control

- front panel speed control. 

- nine (9) memories with auto-numbering

- PS/2 keyboard/keypad support for direct CW with type ahead 

- PS/2 keyboard/keypad support for CW message playback 

- PS/2 keyboard/keypad CW works without computer connection


- front panel headset jacks

- selectable electret bias (+8V) on mic tip or ring

- wide range preamplifier supports both dynamic and electret mics  

- microphone switching allows "through the soundcard" or "soundcard override" operation 

- transceiver PTT input for correct headphone switching in VOX 

- nine (9) memory software DVK 


- front panel headphone jack

- passive receive audio with selectable transformer isolation 

- support for second sound card for audio review

- front panel control knob for left/right audio ”mix” feature

- dedicated controls for ”classic” audio control (R1/BOTH/R2)


- support for dual dual BCD band data or antenna relay outputs

- integrated chokes and filters for maximum RFI immunity

- Metal/Aluminum case, powder coated and silk screened 

- no time limit firmware/software upgrade on-line 

Microham Micro2R(u2R) specifications:


USB USB 2.0 Full speed, USB 1.1 compatible
Power consumption USB – less than 100mA Power supply – less than 250mA at 13.8V (max. 16V) CW:2 x open collector, max 30V/400mA PTT:2 x open collector, max 30V/400mA PTT IN:2 x active when closed to ground, max +25VDC only ACC:TTL levels - 4mA Max. LPT port:optically isolated, load less than 1 mA at 5V. FSK:2 x open collector, max 30V/400mA FOCUS:open collector, max 30V/400mA - low = R1 selected Foot Switch:active when closed to ground, max load:1 mA at 5V
Phones stereo output for headphones, 32 Ohm nominal
MIC dynamic/electret selectable - max input 500mV 3dB bandwidth:200 Hz - 6KHz typical selectable 8V bias - 1mA max, off/tip/ring
SC Out AC coupled input from soundcard - 32-600 Ohm, 4V p-p max.
SC In AC coupled output to soundcard mic - 600 Ohm typ, 500mV P-P 3dB bandwidth:200 Hz - 6KHz typical
Dimensions W 232mm (9.125") x H 44mm (1.75") x D 101mm (4.125")
Weight 1.3 kg (1.875 lbs.)
Minimum 1.6 GHz IBM PC compatible computer with Windows 2000, 512 MB RAM, Sound card, CD-ROM, USB1.1 port, Transceiver (x2), logger or control software (any)
Recommended 1.6 GHz PC with Windows XP or higher, 1 GB RAM, Sound Card, CD-ROM, USB2.0 port, Transceiver with computer port (x2), CW paddle, PS/2 keypad, logger or control software (any)
Note Windows 98 (all versions) is not supported.


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