#73 MFJ-267 Dry Dummy Load and Watt Meter - What's in the box?

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  1. KM9G

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    What is actually in the box? What do you get when you buy this thing? What else do you need to finish out your build? Take a look and hopefully this will answer some questions for you!
    IK0TIX, VE7PBF, KG4BFR and 5 others like this.
  2. WJ4VA

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    Power cord is also for the ability to read Peak Power, not just the light.
    W9MDO, N1DQQ, WN1MB and 2 others like this.
  3. N1IPU

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    The box (brain) is empty. Please stop with these stupid useless videos. I can read the catolog and reviews on eham.
    KN0A, KC2TUX, W4QBQ and 15 others like this.
  4. K2HAT

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  5. WB5HDF

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    Thank you for taking the time to make the video. Very helpful in the purchase decision process.
    If the unit was placed in one position on the working surface for at least 10 to 30 seconds for each view and some sort of pointer, even a pen or pencil, used to indicate the component(s) being addressed, the video would have even greater value.
    N5XMV, KK6ILV, KA8UGB and 2 others like this.
  6. W4HWD

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    “#73 MFJ-267 Dry Dummy Load and Watt Meter - What's in the box?”

    My guess is an MFJ-267 Dry Dummy Load and Watt Meter.

    I didn’t even have to waste my time watching this stupid video to figure that out.
    M0QVE, KC2TUX, W5CJA and 10 others like this.
  7. K9GLS

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    Then perhaps you need to start making videos since you seem to have all the answers. There is always that one person...stop being that person.
    KI5HNX likes this.
  8. KQ0J

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    I have one - it works great and the size is right for my application.

    Only complaint - the switch to move from dummy load to antenna should be on the front of the device, not on the rear it would be more user friendly.
    KN0A, KI5ELV, W7GST and 2 others like this.
  9. KM9G

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    I had the exact same thought... upon opening the box I saw why it was that way... now my brain is thinking: "Can I put a relay in there and move the switch?" :dunno:
    N5XMV likes this.
  10. KT5OT

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    lots of cold solder joints and nuts,bolts rattling around!
    N2DV, KN4LGM, N7XCZ and 3 others like this.

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