The URS TF 2000 transmitter offers high quality audio output, easy power control (from 0 W up to 2000W), readjustment within the whole frequency range with the help of the display and front panel buttons, which also help to control and operate the key parameters of each module. Control and operation is also possible via the remote access connector (standard RS-232 and RS-485 protocols).
EMERGENCY MODES: The emergency operation system keeps these transmitters operating with impedance mismatches of any kind, until the total absence of impedance mismatches. In this mode, the transmitter lowers the impedance to levels at which the high-frequency stages can continue to operate safely. The same principle applies in case of radiator overheating.
PERFORMANCE RATIO: These types of transmitters have a high performance ratio of the high-frequency module (>70%, typically ~80%) at all rated capacity levels – from 20% up to the maximum value. This kind of performance is achieved by using the most innovative components and know-how.
RELIABILITY: SMD technology guarantees a long service life. APC (Automatic Power Control) and backfeed protection guarantee fail-safe operation under all working conditions.
AUDIO: The audio signals transmitted by this equipment are characterised by low distortion and intermodulation values, and high signal-to-noise ratios ensure overall compliance with generally accepted standards. The transmitter has a wide selection of input connectors: Left, right and mono (XLP) analogue audio inputs; MPX input and auxiliary inputs for SCA/RDS signals with BNC socket. (AES/EBU optional).
RDS APPLICATION: integrated RDS encoder with standard features (optional).
REMOTE ACCESS: integrated monitoring system with GSM modem, battery and charger.
DESIGN FEATURES: compact and lightweight transmitters in polished stainless steel housing, 3U 19″ Rack.
LOW POWER REQUIREMENTS: Switch-mode power supply with PFC function allows operation on 50/60 Hz AC mains with voltage ranging from 160 V to 290 V. High efficiency rate (>90%).
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