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Elation EWDMXT

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Elation EWDMXT
$616.00

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Product Code ELA-EWDMXT
Manufacturer Elation
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Description

Details

What is FHSS? W-DMX uses Adaptive Frequency Hopping Technology (FHSS) which changes frequency 1000 times per second and jumps only to channels that are not used by other W-LAN and/or other products on the 2.45 GHz band. This together with TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access) gives the user a guarantee for a much safer technology without interference. The technology was invented by the US Army and is used in the GSM networks as well.

Features

 Includes:
 
• 1 Bracket + Safety Cable
 
• 1 User Manual
 
• Size: 5" x 6.5" x 1.5"
 
• Weight: 1.6 lbs.
 
• Voltage: 90-250v (Voltage Switching Wall Wart)

Specifications

• Works with up to 1000 EWDMX R-Receivers
 
• Up to 16 Universes (Transmitters)
 
• Range up to 3000 ft.
 
• 1 Antenna
 
• 1 120v Power Supply
 
• FHSS Technology
 
• 3 & 5 Pin XLR
Warranty

Warranty

Manufacturer 1 Year Limited Warranty

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