Trantec S6002E-L - S6000 UHF lapel System Dual RX + 2 x TX

£3272.50 

The S6000E wireless microphone system has been specifically designed and engineered for professional users, who demand high levels of flexibility that meet the needs of today's challenging market place.

The receivers come in 3 formats 8 way rack, Dual 1 U 19” rack or ½ width 1U 19” rack mount all with PC monitoring and a staggering 72 MHz of operating range.

The transmitters come in handheld and beltpack designs and are specifically designed for the rigours of professional day to day use they are sure to meet in their day to day operation.

2 x UHF Systems S6000 Belt Pack Transmitters - The S6000 Belt-pack takes the groundbreaking technology of its predecessor - the S5000 - to a new level.

This small, compact transmitter duplicates the same frequency range as the receiver, storing up to 64 frequencies working between 594-664MHz, 664-734MHz, 734-805Mhz and 798MHz - 865MHz, eliminating the need for a different transmitter version for each different channel. Other features include: battery monitoring, tone grip, a single 'AA' gives 8 hours of continuous operation, digital gain, Infra red configuration through a PDA working on the Palm OS platform. And last but not least, it has a BLUE power LED. The S6000 gain and frequency settings can be selected manually with a simple screwdriver adjustment in the front panel, or for complete configuration, a PDA can be used to program the transmitter through its Infra red port.

The software, which is supplied free of charge, allows the user to program any frequency on a 25kHz grid within the following bands 594-664MHz, 664-734MHz, 734-805MHz and 798-865MHz - giving greater flexibility and enabling it to be used throughout the UK, Europe, the US or anywhere else in the world.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION – Trantec S6000LTX Beltpack Transmitter
S6000LTX TRANSMITTER
• Frequency Range: 594-664MHz,664-734MHz,734-805MHz & 798-865MHz
• Frequency Arrangement: 64 Frequencies on a 25kHz grid
• Output Power: 2 Power settings 10dBm / 13dBm @ 50 Ohm
• Nominal Deviation: 22kHz
• RF Harmonic & Spurious Radiation: < -54dBm
• Frequency Stability: < 10kHz
• Power Consumption: 150mA, 1.5V AA Alkaline Battery
• Battery End Point: 1.0V
• Operating Time: 8 hours (Typical)
• AF Frequency Response: 70Hz-18kHz
• Audio Input: LEMO FGG304, Pin 1 - 0v, Pin 2 - DC 9v Bias, Pin 3 - Audio + Plus, Pin 4 - AC Coupled Audio
• AF Gain: 10 Step Gain (Input level 0dB to -22dB)
• Dimensions: 50x68x20
• Weight: 68g
• Regulatory information: Fully meets requirements of ETS300-422/455 and FCC part 74
S6002E UHF Wideband (72MHz) Receiver - The NEW Trantec S6002E is a dual receiver version of the award-winning S6000 rack system, packaged in a full width 1U 19 inch rack box.

In common with its bigger brother the S6000 rack based system, the S6002E boasts an unprecedented impressive RF tuning range of 72MHz, covering the following frequency bands from 662-734 MHz, 734-806MHz and 798-865MHz.

It can be fully remote monitored and controlled via the USB port using the same PC monitoring software as both the S6000 and S6001 allowing the user to mix and match up to 40 receivers of different types and frequency ranges on the same PC screen. These receivers can then be monitored locally or anywhere on an Ethernet based network.

If used standalone it can operate with user defined frequency sets of up to 40 named channels, which can be programmed via the USB port, or custom programmed to individual frequencies via the data wheel on the front panel. Also on the front panel there is an Infra-Red (IrDA) port, which allows communication between the transmitter and receiver and will also allow configuration of the receivers via a Palm Pilot, which will also be able to programme the S6000 transmitter.


The RF inputs for up to 4 x 6002E receivers (8 channels) may be “daisy chained” from a single pair of diversity antennae.

The unit’s front panel display allows access to all the standard functions. These include frequency, User name, mute level, RF level A and B (diversity), deviation, Vu and last but not least constant battery monitoring. The S6002E is able to display all this information through the latest generation Vacuum fluorescent display (VFD) giving excellent clarity in all environments.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION – Trantec S6002E Dual Receiver

• Frequency Range 662-734MHz, 734-806MHz and 798-865MHz
• Frequency Arrangement: 25kHz grid
• RF Sensitivity: 0.3΅V for 12dB sinad
• Image Rejection: 1st IF > 85dB, 2nd IF > 70dB
• RF Input Impedance: 50 Ohms
• RF 1dB Compression Point: -8dBm
• Sensitivity: 0.5΅V
• S/N Ratio: >100dB (A-Weighted) at Ue=50΅V
• Squelch: Infinitely Adjustable up to 30΅V
• AF Frequency Response: 70Hz-18kHz
• AF Output: 0dBm XLR, Transformer balanced
• Distortion: < 0.2%
• IF Bandwidth: 110kHz
• Frequency Stability: < 10kHz
• Dynamic Range: > 100dB (A) Weighted
• Operating Voltage: 90 to 132 VAC or 180 - 264 VAC via an automatic switch (47 - 63 Hz)
• Dimensions: Full Width 1u 19 inch format
• Regulatory information: Fully meets requirements of ETS300-422/455 and FCC part 74

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