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Basic Countermeasures Equipment


The 2046I detects the minute amount of radio frequency (RF) energy generated by transistors, integrated circuits, relays, etc., when they switch from on to off or vice versa. These switching transients are displayed by either a signal light or audible output in the headset.

The active probe is detachable from the amplifier assembly and can be attached on the end of a fiber glass pole via the 20-foot extension cable supplied.

The 2046I is powered by two standard 9 volt batteries and measures 1 x 3 x 11 inches with the probe installed. Supplied with detector, probe, probe extension cable, headset, instructions and carrying case.

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