EFHW-4010P

(3 customer reviews)

$149.99

EFHW-4010P Multiband End Fed Half Wave Antenna

  • 63 Feet (19.2m) long
  • NO TUNER needed!
  • Perfect for ALE HFLink, ARES, EMCOM …
  • Resonant on 40/20/15/10m (WARC bands with tuner)
  • 200W-ICAS max.
  • Stealth #16 AWG XLPE black wire
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Description

EFHW-4010P- 200W

Portable or Stationary Multi-Band End Fed Half Wave Antenna

This is a 200W version of popular EFHW-4010 End-Fed Half-Wave (EFHW*) antenna for 40/20/15/ and 10m bands. Unlike many END FED antennas on the market, this one does not require the Antenna Tuner to operate. It is a resonant Half wave on 40m (7MHz) therefore also resonant on second, third, and fourth harmonics. 

*This is perfect antenna for ALE HF-link  stations, NVIS, MARS, ARES, EMCOMM etc.

Various installations such as horizontal, vertical, as inverted V, as inverted L, zigzag, etc. are possible. Measured VSWR in the gallery are taken with the antenna in an inverted V shape with the center of wire at 20 feet and ends a few feet above the ground, your values could vary with way and height of installation.

  • NO TUNER needed!
  • NO counterpoise needed!
  • Frequency coverage: 7-30MHz
  • Resonant on 40/20/15/10m
  • Wire length ~63 feet
  • Power Handling: 200W I.C.A.S
  • Stainless Steel hardware
  • Stealth #16 AWG XLPE black wire
  • Connector: Silver/Teflon SO-239

*Grounding of the coaxial cable at the radio side is recommended for the protection of your equipment from an electrostatic buildup in order to prevent ESD- electrostatic discharge.

NOTE: grounding does not affect antenna tuning. 

*Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES), ALE-Automatic Link Establishment (HFlink), MARS-The U.S. Army Military Auxiliary Radio System (AMARS), NVIS

 

Additional information

EFHW-4010P

EFHW-4010P antenna only, EFHW-4010P with 50ft of RG8X coaxial cable, EFHW-4010P with 100ft of RG8X coaxial cable

3 reviews for EFHW-4010P

  1. David (verified owner)

    Almost 200 QSOs including 37 states and 20 countries in the first month with this antenna, at about 35 feet in a valley QTH running 100w. SWR less than 1.4:1 across the phone portions of 40, 20, 15 and 10 meters. Great audio reports, very low noise. Contacts can’t believe I’m running barefoot on a wire. Thanks, Danny 73

  2. Howard

    Received this about 3 weeks ago and finally had the opportunity to use it in an open space. Set up as an inverted-L at 25 – 30 feet above ground. As with the other EFHW’s I have purchased and built, I used about 5 feet of counterpoise with ~ 25′ of RG8X feedline. SWR was about 1.2:1 on 40M and 1:1 on 20, 15 and 10. Made a few QSO’s on 40 and 20, band conditions favored 40 in the couple days I played with it. One odd one though; could not complete the QSO from my location in South West Utah – the station on the other end was in England, just north of London. For the setup – outstanding!

    Very satisfied. Performed better than a similar model from another manufacturer and while SWR on my homebrew was 1:1 on 40 as well as 20 – 10; it was designed for about 40 – 50 watts maximum

  3. David Nuti

    I read all the reviews about this antenna and was impressed. I decided it was time to replace my G5RV jr as it has taken a beating and wasn’t performing well. I purchased the 4010p and put it up as a sloper from a tree. I loved the stealth of it. Once it was hooked up I checked it. My SWR was all out of whack. Higher than 2.5 all over. Something is wrong. I went outside and gave my coax a good look. It was old and I found the casing cracked and frayed. Replaced the coax and BINGO! Perfect SWR across the board. Great reception, I’m hearing a lot more stations now. Time to make some contacts! I recommend this antenna. Easy to install too.

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