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Audio Technica ATW-2110A F-Band (UK) Wireless Unipak System, Ch 70.

  • Product Code: AT2110AF

  • Description

Key features

Key features

  • ATW-R2100a receiver
  • ATW-T210a UniPak® body-pack transmitter
  • AT829cW cardioid condenser lavalier microphone
  • Automatic frequency scanning
  • Up to 10 user selectable channels available
  • Tone Lock™ squelch function fights interference

Specifications


Overall System
Operating Frequencies UHF band
856.100 – 864.900 MHz (F Band) - Ch. 70)
606.500 – 629.900 MHz (U Band – ch.38)
721.500 – 746.375 MHz (G Band)
656.125 – 678.500 MHz (D Band)
487.125 – 506.500 MHz (I Band)
Number Of Channels 10 total
Frequency Stability ±0.005%, Phase Lock Loop frequency control
Modulation Mode FM
Frequency Response 100 Hz to 15,000 Hz
Operating Range 100 m (300') typical
Operating Temperature Range 41° F (5° C) to 113° F (45° C)
Receiver
Receiving System True Diversity
Image Rejection 55 dB nominal, 50 dB minimum
Signal-To-Noise Ratio >100 dB at 40kHz deviation (A-weighted), maximum modulation 40 kHz
Sensitivity 20dBuV (S/N 60dB at 5 kHz deviation, IEC-weighted)
Total Harmonic Distortion < 1% (at 1 kHz, ±20 kHz deviation)
Audio Output Attenuator (ATTN) Unbalanced: 25mV (100k ohms load), 1/4" phone jack
Balanced: 50mV (Attenuator; 0dB)
12.5mV (Attenuator; -12dB) at 1 kHz ± 5kHz deviation, 100k ohm load, XLRM-type
Antenna Input BNC-type 50 Ohms – Bias voltage 12V DC, 60mA each
Dimensions 210 mm x 44 mm x 162.2 mm (W x H x D)
Weight 1.0kg
Accessories Included Two flexible UHF antennas, rack mount adapters, AC adapters
Belt Pack
RF Power Output High: 30mW; Low: 10mW, nominal
Spurious Emissions According to National Regulations
Battery Type 1.5V AA alkaline or rechargeable AA NiMH (not included)
Current Consumption 150 mA typical
Battery Life Approximately 9 hours (low), 7 hours (high)
Dimensions 66 mm x 92.3 mm x 22.5 mm (W x H x D)
Net Weight 80g

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