3141, Channel Power MonitorZoom

3141, Channel Power Monitor

Item# 3141
3141, Channel Power Monitor Display

Monitor all aspects of your land mobile radio system with the Bird Channel Power Monitor. Continuously monitor radio performance, combiner loss and antenna/feedline characteristics to identify and alarm on critical changes. With the data logging function, long term performance monitoring can be used to identify performance changes before they negatively impact system performance enabling your preventative maintenance team to address problems before they occur. Solutions are available for the entire range of Land Mobile Radio frequencies from 144 MHz to 940 MHz.

Setup and monitoring is simple with the built-in web server. Available anywhere there is an internet connction and a web browser, so it is as close as the computer on your desk or the phone in your pocket. Receive SNMP alearts or just check up on your system at your convenience. Also comes with an Andriod app.

  • Data Looging
  • Slim 1RU package
  • Built-In web server provides SNMP messaging
  • Push-toTalk (PPT) compatibility is standard
  • Full control of alarm and data logging settings
  • 16 channels with expansion modules to cover your largets radio systems
  • Software and hard contact alarms
  • Operating Voltage: + 15 VDC (supplied by 115/230 VAC Adapter)
  • Temperature
    • Operating: 0 to +50C (32 to 122F)
    • Storage: -20 to + 80C (-4 to 176F)
  • Environmental
    • Altitude: up to 10,000 feet (3,048 m)
    • Humidity: 95% +/-5% (max), non-condensing
  • Dimensions: 5.25 X 19 X 1.75 (133.35 x 483 x 44.5 mm)
  • Weight: Approximately 2 lbs. (0.85 kg)
  • Standard Accessories: 6P2C Modular Plug Termination and Label Kit (RJ25 Cable is included with the purchased of a compatible power sensor)
  • Compatible RF Power Sensors:
    • 4042, Channel RF Power Sensors
    • 4043, Directional RF Power Sensors
    • 4044, Non-Directional RF Power Sensors
    • 5009, Directional RF Power Sensor
Detailed Specifications and Product Information on BirdRF.com
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