New 868,3 MHz transmitters and receivers

June 2004 IT infrastructure

Dortech is pleased to announce the launch of a new range of RF transmitters and receivers which will operate at a frequency of 868,3 MHz.

This equipment is particularly useful for the applications where problems of range/interference or swamping have been experienced with the current standard frequencies. 868,3 MHz is the new approved frequency for 'short pulse' mode, which means that it cannot be used for applications such as baby monitors, headphones, etc, where the equipment is permanently switched on and likely to cause interference. The new frequency equipment consequently has exceptionally good range.

The new equipment will be available in the following formats:

* Digital 302 - 2-channel Mini 868 MHz.

* Digital 304 - 4-channel Mini 868 MHz.

* Digital 313 - 3-channel Micro 868 MHz.

* RC101-350 868 MHz Standalone Receiver 12-24 V a.c./d.c.

The Digital 302/304 Mini Transmitters are supplied with sun visor clips and have an optional wall bracket. The Digital 313 Micro Transmitters have been designed for attachment to a keyring and are very compact in size.

For more information contact Nigel Graham, Dortech, 031 700 8260.

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