Spiderbeam 30-17-12m Yagi kit WARC (HEAVY DUTY)

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444.54 € net price (outside EU) 444.54 EUR

529.00 € inc. German VAT plus shipping

444.54 €

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A053
Weight: 11.60 kg

HEAVY DUTY 3-band antenna kitspecially reinforced yagi for permanent installation


Bands: 30m / 17m / 12m
Nr. of Elements: 3 / 3 / 4
Forward Gain at 10m height [dBi]: 10.9 / 12.6 / 13.0
Front/Back ratio [dB]: 18-20 / 25-35 / 25-27
SWR: < 2 / < 1.7 / < 1.5
Max. Power: 2000 W / balun is included
Impedance: 50 Ohms / single feedline
Boom length: 12m (40 ft)
Turning Radius: 6m (20 ft)
Wind load area: 0.41 sq-m (4.4 sq-ft)
Weight: 12.8kg (28 lbs)
Transport Size: 120x27x18cm (47x11x7 inch)

The Heavy Duty Spiderbeam is a specially reinforced version, optimized for permanent installation at home (see chapter 4 of our construction guide PDF). Doubling the wall thickness of the aluminium and fiberglass parts added a lot of extra ruggedness to the design, making it strong enough to permanently survive severe weather conditions for many years. All parts are made of high quality materials resistant to weather, UV rays and corrosion.

The well proven electrical concept remains unchanged: 3 monobanders are interlaced on one boom, forming a highly efficient 3-band yagi. At 12.8kg this full size beam is still a lightweight, compared to many other permanent yagis in the same performance class.

Putting together this antenna kit will be a fun and educational project. It contains all the necessary parts to make a 100% complete antenna, as described in the construction guide. Nothing beats the satisfaction of cracking pile-ups with an antenna you built with your own hands!

Welcome aboard. Over 1000 Spiderbeams are already installed worldwide.
Get yours today and become a happy Spiderbeam fan!

Further informations to be found here: Documents, Tips and Constuction Guides

For setup, tips and modifications besides the manual please also visit the tutorial website of our senior consultant and experienced HAM Rick DJ0IP here
He collects tips for beginners and advanced users and great instructions for special versions and special requirements.