The QRPometer arrived

The 4 state QRP QRPometer
Back in late March I read on W2LJ's blog a post about the new QRPometer available from the 4 state QRP group. At the time I was also building my Elecraft KAT2 antenna tuner. I was getting to the stage of testing and setting up the tuner. I needed a watt meter for one of the tests. I do have the LP-100A meter and it is a super meter! BUT for me to use this meter it involves removing it from my Elecraft K3 setup and that is a REAL pain to do. So reading Larry's post about this new meter had me come to the understanding that this unit would be a nice fit for my shack......and also it's a kit! This little unit is a great SWR and watt meter. It's reads from 10 watts and goes down to 100mW's it has a large easy to read LED read out. The kit arrived at the shack on Wednesday of this week and it's still waiting assembly. I was fortunate to get the kit as it sold out very fast. I hope to get the unit built over the Easter weekend.
Mike Weir, VE9KK, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from New Brunswick, Canada. Contact him at [email protected].

2 Responses to “The QRPometer arrived”

  • Joe K0NEB:

    Have fun! I supplied the ribbon cables for these kits myself. Enjoy!
    73 de K0NEB

  • Mike VE3WDM:

    Good evening Joe, well the kit is together and tested and works great now it’s time to get back on the Elecraft KAT2 antenna tuner testing.
    MIke
    VE3WDM

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