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C8893D • Wireless UHF Beltpack Transmitter 700 Channel

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C8893D

  • $169.00
  • 2+ $155.00
  • Price per each
  • Includes GST
 

Weight:0.33000Kg

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Overview

Beltpack transmitter ideal for use with the Redback 700 channel receiver unit (C 8890D).

Note: Beltpacks are not supplied with a mic. Lapel mic to suit is C 8907.

Features

  • Compact & lightweight
  • Fitted with 3 pin mini XLR socket
  • On / Off / Mute switch
  • Gain control
  • Requires 2 x AA batteries (either alkaline or rechargeable).

Specifications

  • Carrier Frequency Range: UHF band 520-550MHz
  • RF Power Output: 10mW (max.)
  • Spurious Emission: More than 60dB below carrier frequency
  • Frequency Stability: Within 0.005% with PLL synthesised controlled
  • Maximum Deviation: 48kHz within limiting compressor
  • Operating Voltage: DC 1.5V x 2 AA or rechargeable
  • Current Consumption: Approx 120mA 10mA(max.)

*Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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  • Is this compatible with C8890C receiver?
    Andrew Brajbisz

    No it isn't. You will need the C8890D. It operates on a different frequency range

    altronics