Bird 5019D 260W Peak Wideband RF Power Sensor

The Bird 5019D 100mW - 100W Avg, 260W Peak Wideband RF Power Sensor,The 5019D RF Power Sensor never requires field calibration, only requires calibration once per year and is traceable to National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The WPS measures True Average Power, Peak Power, and Duty Cycle directly with exceptional accuracy and uses these precise measurements to calculate a wide range of other important factors, such as VSWR, Return Loss, Reflection Coefficient, Crest Factor, Average Burst Power, and CCDF.
Included Accessories: User Manual, VPM3 - Virtual Power Meter Software and Manual, 10 ft. USB Cable.
Bird 5019D 260W Peak Wideband RF Power Sensor
 
Note:The astrisk (*) displayed in the Product Specifications indicates (for temperatures above 35°C or below 15°C add 3.0% to stated accuracies) - this includes the entire "Accuracy-Peak Envelope Power" spec as well.

The product specification table for Bird 5019D Wideband RF Power Sensor :

Specification Item Description
Item No 5019D
Item Name Wideband RF Power Sensor
Frequency Range 25 MHz to 1.0 GHz
Power Range - Average Power: 100 mW to 100 Watts Avg., 260 Watts Peak
- Burst Average Power: 2.7 W to 100 Watts Avg.
Insertion VSWR <1.05
Insertion Loss <0.05 dB
Directivity - Up to 100 MHz: 28 dB
- From 100 to 1000 MHz: 30 dB
Average Power - Range: 100 mW to 100 Watts Avg., 260 Watts Peak
- Accuracy: ± 4% of reading, + 0.04 W
- Min. Forward Power for Reflected Measurement: 0.3W
- Return Loss: 0.0 to 23 dB
- VSWR: 1.15 to 99.9
Burst Average Power - Range: 2.7 W to 100 Watts Avg.
- Burst Width: 1 μs to 5 ms
- Repetition Rate: 5 Hz, Min
- Duty Cycle (D): 0.002 to 1.0
- Accuracy: ± 6% of reading, + 0.04 Watts
Peak Envelope Power - Range: 2.7 to 260 W
- Accuracy (Based on Burst Width):
- > 200 μs: ± 7% of reading, + 0.13 W
- 1 μs < burst width < 200 μs: ± 10% of reading, + 0.26 W
- 0.5 μs < burst width < 1 μs: ± 15% of reading, + 0.26 W
- burst width < 0.5 μs: ± 20% of reading, + 0.26 W
Crest Factor - Measurement Range: 100 mW to 100 Watts
- Accuracy: Linear Sum of Peak and Average Power Accuracies
Complementary Cumulative Distribution Function (CCDF) - Measurement Range: 0.1 to 100%
- Threshold Measurement Range: 2.7 to 100 W
- Measurement Uncertainty: ± 2%
- Level Set Accuracy: As Peak Envelope Power Accuracy + 2.0%
Connectors N Female (Both Ends)
Power Supply - USB Port: Less than one low-power USB load
- DC Input Connector: 7-18 VDC at less than 0.1A
Impedance Ω50 (Nominal)
Interfaces - DPM Interface: DB9 Proprietary Interface
- PC Interface (1): RS-232, 9600 Baud, no parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, DB9
- PC Interface (2): USB 2.0 Type B
Weight 1.2 lbs. (0.54 kg) max.
Dimensions 4.8" x 4.6" x 1.3"
(122 x 117 x 33 mm)
Data Logging Requires 5000-NG or VPM3
Operating Temperature -10 °C to +50 °C (+14 °F to +122 °F)
Storage Temperature -40 °C to +80 °C (-40 °F to +176 °F)
Mechanical Shock & Vibration IAW MIL-PRF-2880F Class 3
Certifications CE, EMC EN 61326-1-2006

Bird5019D Wideband RF Power Sensor
From simple true-average power measurement applications, to the measurement of the complex waveforms associated with modern communications systems, where peak power or burst power measurement are essential. All Bird RF Sensors are rugged, highly accurate, and provide high value power measurement solutions.
Bird designs and builds RF equipment. Our product portfolio includes spectrum analyzers, cable and antenna testers and power measurement instruments, High-precision RF streaming systems for capture, record and playback analysis. Bird’s RF equipment provides the solutions required in the constantly evolving RF market ensuring quality performance of RF delivery systems around the world. Bird has developed the hard-earned reputation as The RF Experts.
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