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Anritsu S114B Cable Antenna Analyzer
Elgin, IL, USA


Electronic Test Equipment
Condition info:
Subcategory 2:
Antenna analyzer


Additional Features:
Handheld, battery-operated design Lightweight at only 4.5 lbs(including battery) Superior Immunity to RF interference Long Range, High Resolution Fault Location Pop-up cable menus containing over 70 cable types Multilingual user interface; English, French, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, German Intuitive and easy to use with On-Screen Test Set-Ups Saves 10 Measurement Test Set-Ups Saves up to 200 Measurement Traces Alphanumeric Labeling of Saved Measurements Automatic Time and Date Stamp of Saved Data Rechargeable, Field Replaceable Battery Distance Measurement in Feet and Meters Information Screens Provide Cable Attenuation and Velocity of Propagation values 6 Markers, Limit Lines, and Segmented Limit Lines.
Product Overview:
Site Master S114B
, with a frequency range of
5 to 1200 MHz
(and 100 kHz to 1200 MHz Spectrum Analysis), is a hand held SWR/RL (standing wave ratio/return loss), and Distance-To- Fault (DTF) measurement instrument that includes a built-in synthesized signal source. All models include a keypad to enter data and a liquid crystal display (LCD) to provide graphic indications of SWR or RL over the selected frequency range and selected distance. The Site Master is capable of up to 2.5 hours of continuous operation from a fully charged field-replaceable battery and can be operated from a 12.5 dc source. Built-in energy conservation features can be used to extend battery life over an eight-hour work day.
Site Master S114B
is designed for measuring SWR, return loss, or cable insertion loss and locating faulty RF components in antenna systems. Power monitoring is available as an option. The displayed trace can be scaled or enhanced with frequency markers or a limit line. A menu option provides for an audible “beep” when the limit value is exceeded. To permit use in low-light environments, the LCD can be back lit using a front panel key.
The Site Master Software Tools program also performs DTF (Distance To Fault) and Fault Location.