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MFJ-902
HF Travel Tuner

Discontinued

Replaced by
the
MFJ-902B

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MFJ-902

The MFJ-902 Travel Tuner lays claim to the smallest 150 watt antenna tuner covering 80 to 10 meters. It is only 4.5 x 2.25 x 3 inches. It can be used with coax fed or random wire antennas. It has a tuner bypass slide switch on the back panel. Input and output is via SO-239 jacks. Built with real air variable capacitors (600 Volt, 322 pF) and three stacked powder iron toroids to handle real power -- not just QRP. Bypass switch lets you bypass tuner when you don't need it. It is perfect for compact rigs like the Icom IC-706MkIIG, Yaesu FT-100D, Kenwood TS-50, QRP rigs and other with a built-in SWR meter.

The MFJ-902 is so small and handy, you will rely on it wherever you go! It is easy to pack away in your briefcase, suitcase, backpack, glove compartment, or desk drawer. It's tiny enough to slide in your back hip pocket! Operate in your apartment with a wall-to-wall antenna or from a motel room with a wire dropped from a window or from a mountain top with a wire over a tree limb. Great for DXpeditions or field day. Be prepared for emergencies.

The MFJ-902 is a well built, tough little tuner utilizing three stacked iron-powered toroid to the handle the power and give you plenty of matching range. The compact size makes it great for travel, field day and apartment use. Click here to view larger.


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