Bird 4331 Ethernet Interface for Analog Metering

For people who want to remotely read the power of their Broadcast system.

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Item: 4331


Bird’s Model 4331 Ethernet Interface is the perfect solution for customers who wish to remotely read the power of their Broadcast system.
The Model 4331 hosts its own webpage for setup and display of all measurement parameters. This enables you to access the system from any computer, tablet or phone on your network, only limited by your network security. The webpage displays all measurements and easily allows you to set up alarms for failure conditions such as high or low power or poor antenna VSWR. The unit uses software alarms and can be configured to send you an email to alert you to an emergency condition. Also standard, is Data Logging, which takes reliability one step further by enabling you to see degraded performance before it becomes an emergency.
Legacy Broadcast Power Metering and Monitors accurately monitor RF power and VSWR continuously, now they can provide the same functionality thru the Ethernet, without changing or updating your current RF system.
The ability to set alarms for important power and VSWR thresholds monitoring at the user's fingertips through user-friendly, around the- clock, remote access from any web-enabled device. The Bird 4331 is intended for applications requiring ethernet adaptability for legacy installed XXX at a competitive price. The XXX may be used in any environment where the including the monitoring of means of determining. RF Power display approaches using connected to a single display using interconnecting coaxial cables measurements, as well as any alarm capability associated with these measurements.


  • Inputs 30 μA or 100 μA via BNC Connector
  • Output Ethernet
  • Number of channels 2 channels with 1 Forward and 1 reflected power connection each
  • Power Supply 9-18 VDC, 500 mA
  • Operating Temperature 0 to 50°C
  • Dimensions 7.0” (178 mm) Wide x 7.5” (190 mm) Long x 2.3” (60 mm) High
  • Weight 2.0 lbs (0.9kg)
  • Compatible with All Bird Analog Meters