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Wi-fi Internet radio
C. Crane Company
CC Wi-fi Radio: The CC Wi-fi gives you an American style of Internet Radio, combining straightforward style with all the convenience of tuning in more than 11,000 radio stations from around the world. The CC Wi-fi radio has excellent audio in a small footprint that fits nicely on a desktop, kitchen counter or bedside table. There's a headphone socket for private listening and a line-out for use with your component speakers. Features 99 memory presets, remote control, an alarm clock and an Ethernet port for a hard-wire network connection.
Database mapping capabilities
Cavell, Mertz and Associates
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Sicon-8: This dial-up, site controller features balanced audio pass through and eight channels of metering, status and control. It provides five alarms per channel (24 max). Basic eight functions are ready to use right out of the box. Enhancement options are available for greater capabilities but aren't required for initial installation. Cell phone audio interface lets you use the remote control with any auto-answer wireless phone. Six channels of momentary relays and two channels can be momentary or latching. Pre-programmed for English and is easily re-recorded.
Advanced Wattchman monitor/alarm
81094: The Model 81094 is the first in a series of Internet/intranet accessible Advanced Wattchman wattmeter/alarm systems that will monitor forward and reflected power in two transmission lines with only one controller. The front-panel display shows power on both systems simultaneously. Operating conditions may also be displayed on a PC from any location on the Internet/intranet. The Model 81094 is designed to work with a series of specialized line sections from 7/8" to 6-1/8" and standard Coaxial Dynamics elements for analog or digital applications. Elements are available from 1W to 100kW and from 2MHz to 2.3GHz.
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