Discussion in 'Ham Radio Gear For Sale' started by WB2QLL, Nov 19, 2018.

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  1. WB2QLL

    WB2QLL Ham Member QRZ Page

    This is a small L-Network antenna coupler designed for random wire applications, and MFJ has sold these for decades, and continues to do so. It works as it should, and I've used it on the air. MFJ specifies that although coaxial connectors are used, this tuner is not to be used to tune coaxial lines. The L-Network is suitable to convert from high impedance to low impedance or vice versa. MFJ recommends the use of a banana plug in the center of the SO-239 coaxial connector for the antenna. In the case of a low impedance antenna, the tuner must be at the feedpoint of the antenna, not at the transmitter.

    The 16010 is 2" X 3" X 2" and the case is scratched up. MFJ rates the tuner as handling transmitter output powers up to 200 watts from 160 to 10 meters. Manual and info can be downloaded from the MFJ site. The cabinet color of the current version is different but internals are the same.

    Yours for $50 including continental US shipping, shipping elsewhere at your cost. PayPal only or cash please. International shipping welcome. As is, no returns, no refunds. In-person pickup in the Chicago-Milwaukee area welcome.

    Email and PayPal address is\

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    WB2QLL Ham Member QRZ Page

    Lo! This item is sold!
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