Handy Frequency Counter, 1 MHz - 3 GHz, 7 digit Liquid Crystal Display, 15 Section RF Signal Strength Bargraph
Price End user EU € 9,999.00 incl. VAT/BTW/TVA
Price End user Non EU € 8,263.64 excl. VAT/BTW/TVA
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Packing Length (cm):19
Packing Width (cm):13
Packing Heigth (cm):6
Packing Weight in grams:630
Packing Type:Box
Packing QTY in Master Carton:10
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afbeeldingACECO HUNTER


The Aceco Hunter is the latest advance in hand-held radio frequency detector. It excels at detecting radio frequencies between 1 MHz and 3 GHz. Advanced features such as field strength measurement are incorporated. It is compact, truly pocket sized, test instrument designed for ease of use and dependable performance. Supplied as a complete withinternal rechargeable battery pack, AC wall charger and 7 section telescopic antenna.

Frequency range: 1 MHz - 3 GHz
Weight: 210 g
Size: 80 mm high x 68 mm wide x 31 mm deep
Impedance: 50 Ohms (BNC Socket)
Case: Stamped aluminum with black anodized finish
Battery: Internal 4 x AA 600 mAH rechargeable battery pack
Power: 9 VDC 300 mA
Timebase: Less than 1 PPM at room temperature

- 7 digit Liquid Crystal Display
- Low power consumption (Average 6 hour battery life)
- Supplied with battery pack, AC wall charger and telescopic antenna
- Filter prevents display of random noise
- Sensitivity up or down switch to adjust the signal strength alert sensitivity
- Holds a valid frequency
- Low battery indicator
- Ultra sensitive synchronous detector 15 section bargraph to show RF signal strength

1. Power Switch. This slide switch turns the RF detector on and initiates a 2 second test of all the LCD segments.
2. Alert Switch. This is switched to the LIGHT position for LED alert output mode and switched to the BEEP position for BEEP and LED alert output mode.
3. Filter Switch. Slide the switch to turn the filter on and off.
4. Sensitivity + Button. This is used to increase the sensitivity.
5. Sensitivity - Button. This is used to decrease the sensitivity.
6. Calibration. The calibration adjustment opening is located on the front panel of the RF finder. This allows access to the trimmer capacitor that provides about a 10 PPM adjustment range of the time base oscillator. This is not usually necessary but to do so read a signal of a known frequency before adjusting the trimmer for correct frequencydisplay. If you calibrate at 4.1943 MHz or above then the RF detector will be more accurate.