Mega Industries produces Waveguide Test Terminations and Short Circuits in sizes ranging from WR-28 to WR-2300. Mega Industries manufactures a wide range of waveguide test terminations and short circuits ranging from instrument level, low power test terminations to very high power system loads. The low power test terminations may be supplied in either a fixed or an adjustable configuration to best meet the needs of the customer.
Mega engineers are readily available to discuss custom system load requirements. Please see the Quote Request form below to explore commonly used materials, paint and flange configurations. Contact Mega sales if you do not see the Waveguide Test Terminations and Short Circuits configuration your high-power microwave application requires.
Mega also provides High Power Loads.
Mega produces a comprehensive line of high power, low frequency rigid and flexible waveguide products and accessories ranging in sizes from WR090 through WR2300. Larger sizes are offered through WR5900 upon special request.
Mega Industries Test Terminations and Short Circuits are typically manufactured from 6061-T6 aluminum alloy, however, sizes WR090 through WR650 are available in either copper or aluminum alloys. Waveguide flanges and gaskets are provided in accordance with EIA and Military Specifications.
Mega Industries Waveguide Test Terminations and Short Circuits are manufactured to precise tolerances calculated to provide optimum VSWR and maximum power handling capabilities.
In addition to test terminations and short circuits, Mega offers a complete line of components to complete or refurbish your systems. These include miter bends, sweep bends, quadrature hybrids, magic tees, folded tees, series and shunt tees, transformers, transition, gas barriers, couplers, attenuators, phase shifters and tuners.
A trusted name in high power microwave technology since 1989, Mega Industries is a world leader in the design manufacture of microwave transmission equipment. Please contact Mega Industries about your specific waveguide test termination and short circuits needs.