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Old 12-28-2006, 9:30 PM
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Lightbulb Radio Shack Frequency Counter 22-306

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Old 12-29-2006, 3:48 PM
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what is the frequency range on the counter??????? thanks,Bill
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Old 12-29-2006, 4:02 PM
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what is the frequency range on the counter??????? thanks,Bill
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The link to the owner's manual is here:
http://www.radioshack.com/graphics/u...0306_PM_EN.pdf



Your RadioShack LCD RF Frequency Counter is a microcomputer-based instrument that accurately measures radio frequency (RF) or logic frequency signals. It is ideal for the home electronic hobbyist or a small repair shop. Use it to measure cordless telephone, ham, CB radio, radio-controlled toy remotes, radio/TV circuits, or digital instrument frequencies. Your counter can measure RF signals within a 1 MHz–1.3 GHz range or logic frequency signals within a 0 Hz–10 MHz range. You can display the frequency with different resolutions and update rates. The counter’s features include:

Selectable Measurement Gate Times — let you choose a fast setting for quick measurement updates or a slow setting for maximum resolution.

Selectable Input Impedance — lets you select 50-ohm impedance (for use with the supplied antenna or an optional 50-ohm coaxial cable) or high input impedance (for use with an optional high-impedance probe).

Selectable Input Frequency Range — you can choose between 1 MHz and 50 MHz or between 50
MHz and 1.3 GHz for RF, or between 0 Hz and 10 MHz for logic frequency.

BNC Connector — lets you connect the supplied antenna to measure through-air RF signals, or a cable with a male BNC connector (not supplied) for direct frequency measurements.

Backlight — makes the display easy to see in low-light conditions.

Hold — freezes the data on the display.

Recharging Circuit — lets you recharge nickel- cadmium batteries while they are installed in the counter. You need four AA batteries or an AC adapter to use this counter.
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Old 12-29-2006, 5:50 PM
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i gots one of them there counters too- just sits in my cabinet. been there forever
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