LPB FM-50: This low power transmitter is an unlicensed on-site marketing system featuring an ultra-stable electronics package, a digitally synthesized tuner, easy frequency selection and a simple mounting system. The device is FCC-certified and frequency-agile. Other features include simple activation, intuitive installation, a durable outdoor enclosure, a strong locking mechanism and a 50-foot radius coverage area. A digital audio system is available, and the unit is compatible with a variety of audio sources.
610-644-1123; fax 610-644-8651
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