Sennheiser EM1046RI - EM1046

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The EM 1046 RI RF input module selects and amplifies the antenna signals. Two N-type sockets ensure reliable connection of the antennas.In systems with the large mainframe, the selective RF input module EM 1046 RI processes the incoming antenna signals. In multi-mainframe systems, the antenna splitter modules described below are connected upstream. Two different hardware versions of the EM 1046 RI are available one for the UHF band and one for the VHF band. Within the bands, the module is set at the factory to a bandwidth of 24 MHz for the UHF range (7 MHz in the VHF band).The signals within the band are amplified by a typical 14 dB and distributed to the receiver modules via the bus system. The high selectivity and large-signal strength of the RF input module is matched for use in multi-channel systems. The two diversity antenna are connected via N sockets. A supply voltage can be added for antenna boosters or active antenna.

SENNHEISER EM 1046 RI SPECIFATIONS
Frequency range: 450-960 MHz (EM 1046 RI-UHF) 138?260 MHz (EM 1046 RI-VHF)
Bandwidth: 24 MHz (UHF), 7 MHz (VHF)
RF inputs: 2 x N-type sockets
Amplification: typ. 14 dB
Dimensions: 60 x 130 x 195 mm (2.36˝ x 5.12˝ x 7.68˝)
Weight: appx. 0.65 kg (1.43 lbs)

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  Sunday 16 June 2019       


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