Microset Products first became incorporated in 1985 with one mission: providing replication materials for engineering inspection purposes. It all began with polymer replication work and has since diversified into various systems and devices that remain popular in the market today.

In the 1990s, Microset worked alongside Rolls-Royce to develop high-resolution materials with dimensions of less than 0.1 microns. In the present day, its polymers are still prevalent globally in testing hi-tech engineering products. Their business continues to grow both domestically and internationally year on year.

At Moonraker, we supply eleven different Microset products, most of which are linear amplifiers. Our two best-sellers are the RU45 — 70cm Linear Amplifier, with 430-440MHz and an output of 42W. The VUR-30 2/70CM Linear Amplifier is also highly popular, with an input of 0.5-5W and an output of 28W-30W with a full-duplex operation. Try them and see for yourself why Microset has stood the test of time.

Microset

Microset Products first became incorporated in 1985 with one mission: providing replication materials for engineering inspection purposes. It all began with polymer replication work and has since diversified into various systems and devices that remain popular in the market today.

In the 1990s, Microset worked alongside Rolls-Royce to develop high-resolution materials with dimensions of less than 0.1 microns. In the present day, its polymers are still prevalent globally in testing hi-tech engineering products. Their business continues to grow both domestically and internationally year on year.

At Moonraker, we supply eleven different Microset products, most of which are linear amplifiers. Our two best-sellers are the RU45 — 70cm Linear Amplifier, with 430-440MHz and an output of 42W. The VUR-30 2/70CM Linear Amplifier is also highly popular, with an input of 0.5-5W and an output of 28W-30W with a full-duplex operation. Try them and see for yourself why Microset has stood the test of time.

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