mAT-10 Automatic antenna tuner for QRP devices

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mAT-10 it is a very compact tuner for QRP devices such as the FT-817/818.

There Maximum allowable transmit power is 30W SSB PEP.

Nutrition is supplied by two built-in LiIon batteries (type 10440), which make the tuner a good companion for portable operation with the FT-817 or FT-818.

The Control is done via a supplied cable (MiniDIN 8 pin) which is connected to the ACC connector of the FT-817/818.

The Operation is via a button on the tuner.

With direct coupling between tuner and transceiver becomes possible the so-called "One Touch tuning": the tuner changes the mode operating in CW and reduces power, tunes and then automatically returns to operating mode and transmission power previously set. This makes the tuning process very comfortable. As with all tuners mAT, once a tuning is found it is stored in one of 16,000 memories, depending on the frequency. If you later return to the same frequency, the data is read from the memory, the tuning process takes place in approx. 0.2 seconds. Due to the use of bistable relays, which maintain their state without power supply, energy consumption is extremely low. The tuner can be set to a bypass mode if the antenna does not require tuning on a certain band. The connectors are two BNC sockets.


The mAT-10 is a compact tuner designed for the YAESU FT-817/818 but can be Also used in other QRP transceivers.

When is connected to FT-817/818 via a dedicated mAT-CY control cable, (INCLUDED) It is a dedicated tuner , which can achieve convenient "tuning". with a button". If no control cable is used, it is a Universal QRP tuner for all low power transceivers.

The mAT-10 is connected to the ACC port of the FT-817/818 transceiver via cable control. The ACC interface allows an external device such as a PC or the mAT-10 to control the FT-817/818 by sending serial commands. The mAT-10 has the "one button tuning" function. When the multifunction button is pressed on the tuner, the mAT-10 will automatically check the initial tuning of the transceiver.

When the mAT-10 is used in other QRP transceivers, no cables required control and can only work by connecting RF cables. The tuning process can be completed by pressing the Multi-function on the panel, its operation it's very simple.

The three lights in the top half of the tuner are used to display battery charge or current SWR. In the shutdown state, after when the multifunction button is pressed, the three lights indicate the battery charge level battery inside the tuner. At startup, these three lights are used to indicate the current SWR.

The mAT-10 has only one button, which can realize multiple functions. Be it the FT-817/818 or other transceivers, this button has the functions of switching power, starting tuning, switching online/bypass status, etc. The bottom half of the tuner has three indicator lights, which are used to indicate " online /bypass", "process optimization" and "power".

The tuner can operate in the range from 1.8 MHz to 54 MHz, at levels of power up to 30 watts. It will tune dipoles, verticals, yagis or just about any coaxial powered antenna. It will pair with an amazing array of antennas and impedances, far higher than other tuners you might have considered, including the built-in tuners on many radios.

The mAT-10 has 16,000 frequency memories. When tuning on or near a frequency previously tuned, the mAT-10 uses "Memory Tune" to recall the previous tuning parameters in a fraction of a second. If they aren't stored settings are available, the tuner performs a tuning cycle complete, storing the parameters for recalling the memory in subsequent ones tuning cycles on that frequency. In this way, the mAT-10 "learns" as it is used, adapting to bands and frequencies as it goes. You can also manually start a tuning cycle whenever it is necessary.

Two 10440 lithium batteries are installed inside the mAT-10, which provides power to the tuner. Due to the use of advanced magnetic latching relays, consumption energy of mAT-10 is very low, the lithium battery can work for a long time after it is fully charged. It is very suitable for outdoor use. Special magazines They come with tuners. You need to use your own charger for load the tuner. It is dangerous to load with an incorrect magazine.

The The mAT-10's shell is sculpted from one entire piece of aluminum, its surface it is oxidized to black and the text on the front panel is laser engraved. It's a lot small, delicate, beautiful and portable. We believe you will like it.

Ill mAT-CY control cable of the mAT-10 used to connect the transceiver YAESU FT-817/818. It can also be used by mAT-30 to connect other transmitters YAESU. It comes with the tuner and does not need to be purchased by the user. The control cable is a standard 8-pin miniDin plug cable it is the same data cable as the mAT-30 tuner. When the tuners come used in other transceivers, it is not necessary to connect the control cable.

A special charger connected to the tuner, 8.4V 1.0A. Comes with the tuner and does not need to be purchased by the user. The charger can also be used in the mAT-125E tuner. Please do not use other magazines to charge, which could endanger the tuners.

Before to use the tuner for the first time after receiving it, the tuner must be charged to activate the internal battery protection circuit. During transportation, the tuner is in a protective state and cannot be on unless you charge it. You have to do the same after changing the battery.


Data sheet

Accordatore automatico
1.6 - 54 MHz
Compatible brand
rating 4.5
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