The long awaited third and final raffle
The long awaited third and final raffle is here and will begin at 12:00 AM the 28th of July.
**Buy your Tickets here!!**
**This Link is NOT active until the 28th of July, you’ll need to wait**
What a bumper of a line up!
The Central Coast Amateur Radio Club is proud to host a series of short online raffles and provide amateurs across the nation a chance to participate and win one of Icom’s most popular HF Transceiver.
This could be your new shack setup, especially for those whose QTH may be in limited space areas and will be sure to please quite a few out there!
The CCARC are pleased to announce this raffle will consist of a Brand New ICOM IC-7300 HF Radio AND direct from the United Kingdom, we have in our hot little hands the amazing DX Commander Classic Vertical Antenna which covers 80 through to 6 meters.
If you haven’t heard of DX Commander also known as Callum M0MCX, you should really check him out on YouTube or his website https://www.m0mcx.co.uk/
This is an incredibly popular antenna, and thousands of operators worldwide are using these with superb results.
Many will have heard about the ICOM IC-7300, but what does it do?
1. The Innovative HF Transceiver with High Performance Real-Time Spectrum Scope and covers 160m through to 6M.
2. Class Leading Real-Time Spectrum Scope with High-Resolution Waterfall Function.
3. Audio Scope Function along with RF Direct Sampling System
4. New “IP+” Function that improves 3rd order intercept point (IP3) performance.
5. Class Leading RMDR (Reciprocal Mixing Dynamic Range) and Phase Noise Characteristics along with 15 Discrete Band-Pass Filters to really help you pull those weak signals out.
6. The IC-7300 contains a Large 4.3” Touch Screen Colour TFT LCD and Multi-Dial Knob for Smooth Operation allowing you swift menu function navigation.
7. Automatic Antenna Tuner to help pull your antenna back into line
8. A proven radio that is a solid performer across the globe.
Moving onto the second component – The DX Commander Classic Antenna, this should need no introduction.
This antenna is the Classic (original) version of the DX Commander vertical antenna with an extension to 80m.
This antenna comes as a complete KIT which includes the 10m DX Commander telescopic pole, the aluminium and UHMWPE plate set, all nuts, bolts, washers, fork connectors etc and 200m DX10 Wire on a factory packed roll.
The DX Commander vertical system is based on the same technique as a fan dipole.
Effectively a number of elements present themselves to your load and self-select and achieve efficient quarter-wave performance on all bands, according to which quarter-wave elements are installed.
Note – The images provided in the description are an example only and are NOT the actual product that will be received by the winner.
The Formal Stuff –
This raffle will be for a brand new ICOM IC-7300 and DX Commander Classic Vertical Antenna valued at $2,155 RRP.
This raffle is being made available across NSW, ACT, QLD, TAS, SA, NT with a total of 1000 tickets being made available. (Sorry WA and VIC our permits say no)
This raffle is being held for CENTRAL COAST AMATEUR RADIO CLUB INC 4 Dandaloo Street, Kariong, NSW, 2250.
The Raffle commences on the 28th of July 2022, closes on the 11th of August 2022 and will be drawn on the 11th of August 2022 at 4 Dandaloo Street Kariong NSW 2250 at 12pm.
The draw will be conducted using a RaffleLink System draw process.
This raffle is conducted entirely online, including purchase and payment of raffle tickets. On the date of draw, our raffle partner, Rafflelink will draw a winner from the pool of tickets using government-certified draw software.
Persons under the age of 18 years are unable to enter.
This raffle is hosted for a service fee by RaffleLink a registered business of Lighthouse Group Pty Ltd ABN: 83161197860, PO Box 6758, Upper Mount Gravatt QLD 4122.
For full Terms and Conditions including permit details please visit: https://www.rafflelink.com.au/ccarc3
Other details about this and upcoming raffles can be found at https://www.ccarc.org.au/raffle-information/