New Kit: The QRPometer from The Four State QRP Group

This meter sounds like a fun and useful project. Purchase one here–all proceeds benefit OzarkCon! Details below:

(Source: Terry, WAØITP with The Four State QRP Group, via QRP-L)

The Four State QRP Group is pleased to announce a new kit, the QRPometer, a sensitive and accurate power/swr meter designed by David Cripe, NMØS.   Complete specifications, assembly manual, and ordering information can be found here  ttp://
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The range of accurate power  easurement extends down to a low 100 milliwatts.  This kit was conceived to fill a need within the hobby for an inexpensive, highly accurate RF power and VSWR meter for QRP power levels.  With it’s large digital display it makes a very useful addition to your shack.

The QRPometer uses simple analog signal-processing circuitry to provide a set of essential measurement features not previously available in a single unit. High quality, double sided,
printed circuit board construction is used, with solder mask and silk screened component reference designators.

All components are  through-hole for easy assembly. NO toroids are required, and all controls  and jacks are PCB mounted. The QRPometer can be constructed by beginners as well as experienced builders. Construction time is approximately 3 hours, depending on experience level. The only equipment required for calibration is a digital voltmeter, and a QRP transmitter..

All proceeds  go to fund OzarkCon.  As always, thank you for supporting the Four State QRP Group.

UPDATE: See comments–first run of these kits sold out within 27 hours! More to come later.

5 thoughts on “New Kit: The QRPometer from The Four State QRP Group”

  1. UPDATE from QRP-L:
    Sales for this kit have been incredible. The first run has sold out in
    only 27 hours. We regret the neccessity of suspending orders until
    after OzarkCon 2012. More kits should be available about the 3rd week
    of April. Please monitor this page and the QRP email lists for the
    resumption of sales announcement. We’re working hard to bring you an
    outstanding conference again this year. Thank you for your patience
    and understanding, and thank you for your great support.
    I love this radio stuff !
    72, 73 Terry, WAØITP
    [email protected]

  2. Do not use IC sockets on this PCB, the meter display will not fit on top of the chip.
    (they are difficult to remove again when soldered in place)
    Ian VK3XID

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