Inductive receiver, for receiving audio signals in inductive sound reproduction systems. The electromagnetic field which is created by an induction loop is received by the inductive receiver and converted into an audio signal. Any number of receivers can be operated within one induction loop. The unit is suitable for people with and without hearing problems and can be used for various applications: Hearing aid for the hearing impaired Operational test of inductive sound reproduction systems Detection of stray radiation within a loop Interpretation systems Lectures in museums, at exhibitions, etc.
- 3.5 mm mono connection for headphones ≥ 32 Ω
- Volume control
- Low cut switch
- Belt clip
- Power supply via 9 V battery
- Dimensions: 63x100x29 mm
- Weight: 100 g
|Loop current||7 A (peak)|
|Loop resistance||0.2-2 Ω|
|Room size||up to 200 m2|
|mic 1.6 mV/2.6 kΩ, combo, bal.
line 630 mV/6.5 kΩ, combo, bal.
line 630 mV/9 kΩ, RCA, unbal.
alarm: 2 screw terminals
for connecting a switch
|Outputs||loop: 2 screw terminals|
|±8 dB, 100 Hz|
|±10 dB, 10 kHz|
|Frequency range||50-7,500 Hz, ±3 dB|
|Admiss. ambient temp.||0-40 °C|
|Power supply||˜ 230 V/50 Hz/150 VA|
|Dimensions||482x88x280 mm, 2 RS|