With low SWR, your rig will be more efficient; you'll get more power out of your 6 meter transceiver and into your antenna for more DX, it will run cooler and last longer, and your expensive transceiver will be protected from overheating due to high SWR.
A lighted Cross-Needle SWR/Wattmeter shows SWR, forward and reflected power
simultaneously in 300/60 forward and 30/6 reflected Watt ranges and has an ON/OFF lamp switch. With a built-in bypass switch, you can bypass your tuner and connect your transceiver directly to your antenna.
The MFJ-906 handles 100 Watts FM and 200 Watts SSB PEP. It works with all solid state and tube rigs and is perfect for home and mobile use. The MFJ-906 measures 8" x 2 ½" x 3". The meter lamp uses 12 Vdc.