Sennheiser SI30 - Transmission


The SI 30 is a wideband modulator with an integral radiator. It can be switched between operation on channel 1 (2.3 MHz), channel 2 (2.8 MHz) and stereo operation. Due to its compact size and relatively low radiating power, the SI 30 modulator/radiator and the SZI 30 radiator are an ideal choice for smaller or medium-sizedrooms, for covering recesses or for applications which require transmission of audio information to well defined zones, e.g. in museums.

Compact radiator and modulator/radiator for the carrier frequencies 2.3 MHz and 2.8 MHz
Easy installation and precise alignment

Modulation: FM
Nominal deviation: +/- 50 kHz
Carrier frequencies: 2,3 MHz + 2,8 MHz
Audio-XLR connector: 3pin-Texas- Socket
Input voltage range: 45 mV- 4V
Output impedance: 50 Ohm
IR Diodes: 11
Max. coverage area: 80 m
Effektive radiated power: 0,5 W
Operating voltage (mains): 24-27 V DC
Current consumption: 180 mA
Dimensions: 118 x 25 x 90 mm
Weight: 140 g
RF output: 3,5 mm mono
Input voltage range: 45 mV.....4 V

SI 30: 1x SI 30 modulator/radiator,
1 x AF connection cable, 3.5 mm stereo jack plug to Texas connector, length 2 m 1x 3.5 mm/1 / 4 " stereo jack adaptor
SZI 30: 1 x SZI 30 radiator


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