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A RIGblaster is the easiest way to properly connect your radio to a computer for digital mode communications and rig control. Works with over 100 ham radio sound card software and rig control programs.
A RIGrunner is the most convenient and safest way to connect all of your 12 VDC equipment to a power source. It is a 13.8 VDC power panel that uses the excellent Anderson Powerpole® connectors. Standardize all of your 12 VDC connections using the amateur radio, ARES & RACES, RSGB and ARRL Powerpole® system.
Power management devices that protect both the radio equipment and the systems that power them. These devices provide both battery charge management, load management, power monitoring and data logging features.
The Computerized Battery Analyzer works with your computer to perform scientific testing of virtually any type or size of battery, any chemistry, any number of cells up to 55 volts, up to 2000 watts.
West Mountain Radio's proprietary ClearSpeech® Adaptive Noise Filtering Algorithm attenuates or completely removes hum, hiss, ignition and powerline noise, static and heterodynes. Speaker and processor versions are available for your home or mobile station.

About Us

Specializing in products for amateur radio, DC power distribution and control, as well as R/C hobbies, West Mountain Radio manufactures RIGrunner DC power strips, voltage monitors and tools, and precision battery analysis hardware and software; in addition to RIGblaster sound card interfaces.
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Customer Testimonials

"I am very pleased with the CLRspkr here, I also want to praise the West Mountain staff for standing behind their product and wonderful customer support. Thank you."
"I recently purchased the Rigblaster Advantage sound card. I must say, this is a fantastic device and was worth every penny over the cost of the SignaLink USB sound card."
"I just wanted to let you know that these ComSpkrs are the best $40 I ever spent! I have had at least a half dozen computer speakers in the shack and these are the first ones that receive NO interface from ANY of my various radios, rotators, power supplies, etc. Thanks!"
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