Solarcon I-MAX 2000 CB/Ham Radio Base Station Vertical Antenna – 24′

The IMAX-2000 is the highest gain fiberglass antenna on the market. Works with IMAXGPK ground plane. This high power antenna handles 5000 watts of power, and is insulated up to 14,500 volts. Can be used for export, commerical and 10 meter ham. And with the heavy duty mounting plate, this base station antenna can withstand greater wind loads.

Product Features

  • Handles 5000 Watts
  • Full 5/8 Wave Antenna
  • 24′ Antenna in Three Easy to Assemble Sections
  • 5.1dBI Gain. Operates effectively on 6 through 20 Meter bands with a tuner, 10/11M without tuner.
  • Includes U-Clamps to attach to optional mast pipe.

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2 Responses to Solarcon I-MAX 2000 CB/Ham Radio Base Station Vertical Antenna – 24′

  1. MrPossum says:

    Long time ham – Absolutely AMAZED! I have been around Ham radio since the early 1970’s, back when REAL radios glowed in the dark! My dad was a ham and I spent more time than I would like to admit home brewing antennas, erecting antennas and trying out something new. To say I know how to wring out an antenna would be an understatement…I learned a few tricks along the way, I also learned a few things to avoid…I installed this with the radial kit a couple of months ago and wanted to give it a good test…

  2. R. Miguel says:

    Get the RIGHT COAX CABLE!! …RG 213…!! ATTENTION!! make sure you buy good quality RG213 cable for this antenna!!! (the THICK stuff) I spoke to the guy who designed this antenna! He says it’s set-up specifically to use RG213 coax! It’s also tuned for use of 75 to 100 ft of cable and the antenna tip should be at or around 35 to 40 ft up in the air!… (No higher, no lower!) I bought the RG8X stuff (el cheapo) and got horribly high SWR readings! Haven’t set up the new cable yet… so we’ll see if that fixes the problem .. I burned…

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