FS: HP/AGILENT 432A PowerMeter (RF/Microwave), 486A SENSOR INCLUDED, 10MHz - 40GHz or up dep. on sesnor. WORKING PERFECT

FS: HP/AGILENT 432A PowerMeter (RF/Microwave), 486A SENSOR INCLUDED, 10MHz - 40GHz or up dep. on sesnor. WORKING PERFECT
Warranty. I am sure it can go to 40GHz bu tmaybe HIGHER depending o sensor, we just never used it for over 40GHz, we use Agilent EPM however for 110GHz!
Do NOT reply on Newsgroup, if email: remove "death2spammers" strings in my address (repeated twice). Price $69 with sensor, mere sensor CABLE alone could be $100+ and I am giving it to all for 70 dollars: powermeter itself, sensor, cable. Have NO time to wait for auction to end, we just need to sell and be done. I by the way moving on Sept30 myself, and need to unload some weights. PLEASE do check with Ebay listing first as I might revise it. Shipping from Amplitech, Inc., New York, USA
Posted on Ebay, item# 330025215168. Goto www.ebay.com and enter "330025215168" (without quotation marks) into search window (or item#, etc.); BUY NOW OPTION is AVAILABLE, i.e. NO need to wait for Auction end ($799 or revised down). Description is there (on Ebay), copied down here for your convenience, BUT to see ALL-SIDES PICTURES/etc do check that Ebay listing. Best done via Ebay - SAFE for you/me (my feedback is 100% positive there & 10+ years on Newsgroups), if you're not into Ebay and unless a bid already placed, I can take it off and sell outside Ebay. Description copied here (see pictures on Ebay):
***** Concise description as you can GET DETAILED DESCRIPTION/SPECS/MANUAL at AGILENT website (www.agilent.com->search->enter 432A, power). People who buy Test Equipment are professionals/engineers - know already the specific model specs or can quickly locate. HP/Agilent 432A is Analog but widely used/known legacy RF/microwave powermeter.
1. WORKING PERFECT - warranty, was CALIBRATED several years ago but now expired so you MAY want to recalibrate. 2. INCLUDES SENSOR & CABLE: 486A, THERMISTOR MOUNT - 200 Ohm (?), WAVEGUIDE TYPE + CABLE i.e. COMPLETE SYSTEM READY FOR USE.
PULLED FROM WORKING ENVIRONMENT at AMPLITECH, Inc. (www.amplitechinc.com), one of the best-known RF/Microwave companies - a spin off of Miteq, Inc. Used to test military amplifiers originally, then as a backup, and finally put to storage sas we upgraded to EPMseries Agilent powermeters.
Docs/specs/manuals are at Agilent website, a simple meter comparing to dual-head/modern meters. If you see only info on meter itself and not sensor, the calibration factor/effective efficiency are printed on sensor body, NIST-traceable. Looks like a metal barrel waveguide port - I could add pictures but for such a cheap item I can only post one picture - meter itself (any extras would cost me money). Agilent website mentions: "automatic, self-balancing power meter for use with temperature compensated thermistor sensors" and something "10MHz - 40Ghz" (can be expanded with different sensor?).
Reason to sell: We were fortunate to afford a company-wide upgrade program, e.g. in place of this, 436A and 437B powermeters we're now using dual-head $4000 Agilent EPM units, so 432A is up for sale. I sold 436A earlier - see my feedback list.
Can be used as a backup for your Tech if you can only afford modern meters for your engineers, or as a primary meter for Ham/etc. Radio amateurs, space radioastronomy, or any application you may want a cheap WORKING Microwave meter for that can go to multioctave Gigahertz region. Could keep to myself but we now have excess powermeters and instead need money for Network Analyzer parts (i am also interested in HP 8350B plugins for 20GHz at least, 26.5GHz better)
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