Sennheiser SK5012-U - 5000 Series RF Wireless Systems

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Due to its extremely compact design, the SK 5012 bodypack transmitter is the ideal choice for all applications, where a very unobtrusive transmitter is required, e.g. musicals, TV shows and film applications.

SENNHEISER SK 5012-U FEATURES
step sensitivity switch
of-the-art PLL technology, 16 switchable frequencies
to-noise ratio
to-use clip attachment

SENNHEISER SK 5012-U SPECIFATIONS
RF output power: typ. 30 mW
Transmission/receiving frequencies: 16
RF frequency range: 450..... 960 MHz
Switching bandwidth: 24 MHz
Modulation: FM
Nominal deviation: +/- 40 kHz
Peak deviation: +/- 56 kHz
Compander: HiDyn plus
THD, total harmonic distortion: <0,3 %
Audio-XLR connector: 3-pin Lemo-type
RF output: Lemo-type special coax
Power supply: 2x batteries (AAA), IEC LR 03
Current consumption: 115 mA / 2,4V
Operating time (Battery): typ. 7 h
Operating time (Accupack): typ. 5,5 h (a 700mAh)
Dimensions: 53 x 60 x 17 mm
Weight: 130 g (incl. batteries)

SENNHEISER SK 5012-U PACKAGE INCLUDES
bodypack transmitter SK 5012
1 antenna
2 batteries
1 clip
1 switching tool


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Sennheiser SK5012-U - 5000 Series RF Wireless Systems - Sound and Light

  Sunday 23 September 2018       


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