MFJ Enterprises Original MFJ-918 MFJ 1.8-30 MHz Balun 1:1, 1500W PEP

The 1:1 Current Balun was designed to replace the center insulator of a dipole antenna. It is made up of 50 Ferrite Core Beads placed onto a 13-inch piece of RG-303 Coax. Operates 1.8 to 30 MHz.
The coax and SO-239 connectors have Teflon(R) for maximum insulation and extended life of the product. The MFJ 1:1 Current Balun is enclosed in schedule 40 PVC pipe for maximum strength and protection. Unlike other baluns, the MFJ-918 makes a direct electrical connection to the antenna with #14 copper wire.
The MFJ Current Balun will reduce or eliminate stray RF often found on coax. This stray RF can cause burns and other problems with electronic equipment in ham-shacks and vehicles. Stray RF also results in a loss of radiated power from the antenna, which will lead to a great reduction in signal strength.

The 1:1 Current Balun used to be designed to replace the center insulator of a dipole antenna. It’s made up of 50 Ferrite Core Beads placed onto a 13-inch piece of RG-303 Coax. Operates 1.8 to 30 MHz. The coax and SO-239 connectors have Teflon(R) for maximum insulation and extended life of the product. The MFJ 1:1 Current Balun is enclosed in schedule 40 PVC pipe for maximum strength and protection. Unlike other baluns, the MFJ-918 makes an immediate electrical connection to the antenna with #14 copper wire. The MFJ Current Balun will reduce or do away with stray RF steadily found on coax. This stray RF can cause burns and other problems with electronic equipment in ham-shacks and vehicles. Stray RF also ends up in a lack of radiated power from the antenna, so as to result in a perfect reduction in signal strength.
The 1:1 Current Balun used to be designed to replace the center insulator of a dipole antenna. It’s made up of 50 Ferrite Core Beads placed onto a 13-inch piece of RG-303 Coax. Operates 1.8 to 30 MHz.
The coax and SO-239 connectors have Teflon(R) for maximum insulation and extended life of the product. The MFJ 1:1 Current Balun is enclosed in schedule 40 PVC pipe for maximum strength and protection. Unlike other baluns, the MFJ-918 makes an immediate electrical connection to the antenna with #14 copper wire.
The MFJ Current Balun will reduce or do away with stray RF steadily found on coax. This stray RF can cause burns and other problems with electronic equipment in ham-shacks and vehicles. Stray RF also ends up in a lack of radiated power from the antenna, so as to result in a perfect reduction in signal strength.

Binding

Brand

Color

EAN

EANList

ItemDimensions

Label

Manufacturer

ManufacturerPartsWarrantyDescription

Model

MPN

PackageDimensions

PackageQuantity

PartNumber

ProductGroup

ProductTypeName

Publisher

Studio

UPC

UPCList

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “MFJ Enterprises Original MFJ-918 MFJ 1.8-30 MHz Balun 1:1, 1500W PEP”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *