1 - FM Series AM Marine AM/FM & Navtex Antennas Application The AM/FM series is a broadcast receiving antenna for AM/FM and are also well suited as Navtex passive receive antenna. Antennas are available in two lengths of 4 ft and 8 ft. They are high quality antennas with a durable construction and a beautiful finish for installation on all kinds of vessels. Electrical specifications 0.5 108 MHz Frequency range - 75 ohm Nominal impedance Receive antenna Power rating Pattern Omnidirectional Polarization Vertical Connector BNC female grounded DC - Yes Mechanical specifications Whip with transformer. Radiating Design element completely enclosed in polyurethane foam within a fiberglass radome Height 1.2m, 4 ft - BI4 - AM/FM51 BI8 2.4m, 8 ft - - AM/FM60 - 0.5 kg Weight AM/FM51 BI4 - AM/FM60 - 1.1 kg - BI8 Wind rating 55 m/s = 125 mph Polyurethane lacquer, white Finish - 55 °C, +71 °C; - 67 °F, +160°F Temperature range AM BI8 AM - FM51 - BI4 - FM51 - UNS 1"x14 (2.4m, 8 ft) (1.2m, 4 ft) Page 1 FM AM - - 1) - Series.pub (10/18 www.comrod.com - MAR AM_FM - SD - 0003 The information in this document does not form part of any quotation or contra ct Specifications subject to change without notice.
2 Optional Accessories FM Series is fitted with a standard UNS 1"x14 female thread and can be used with all standard mounting The AM - - accessories. T he 4 - way bracket will require a AV C adaptor. The straight mount bracket can be used with or without a AV C adaptor depending on the required cable exit. - Straight Mount Bracket 4 - Way Bracket BI series antenna 1” UNS x14 male thread BI series antenna C - AV adaptor x14 1” UNS male thread x14 male UNS 1” thread Straight mount 4 - Way Bracket bracket 2 Page www.comrod.com ct The information in this document does not form part of any quotation or contra Specifications subject to change without notice.
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