Sennheiser SZI1015 - Transmission

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The SZI 1015 is a 2-Watt radiator with a coverage area of up to 400 m. The radiator is switched on and off automatically by the modulator's RF carrier. The RF signal from the modulator can be daisy-chained via BNC sockets. A barrier strip with RF and DC inputs and outputs is connected in parallel. The radiator has a 5/8" threadand comes with a 3/8" and 1/2" adaptor, it can therefore easily be mounted to various attachments.

SENNHEISER SZI 1015 FEATURES
oring diodes and a separate barrier strip with RF and DC outputs for connecting radiators
Wide range of mounting accessories for the radiator, modulator comes complete with rack-mount ears

SENNHEISER SZI 1015 SPECIFATIONS
IR Diodes: 72
Effektive radiated power: 2 W
Max. coverage area: 400 m
Carrier frequencies: 30 kHz- 6 MHz
Threshold for automatic on/off function: 50 mV
Operating voltage (mains): 25-30 V DC
Current consumption: 0,7 A bei 25 V
Dimensions: 250 x 100 x 80 mm
Weight: 1,3 kg
Input voltage range: 50 mV - 3 V
Audio-XLR connector: BNC - Socket

SENNHEISER SZI 1015 PACKAGE INCLUDES
SZI 1015


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Sennheiser SZI1015 - Transmission - Sound and Light

  Friday 18 January 2019       


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