Relacart HR-30S


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Relacart HR-30S

UHF single channel wireless system
The HR-30S UHF single channel true diversity wireless systems features 640 selectable UHF frequencies and true diversity reception for interference-resistant operation. The on-board Ethernet interface monitors and controls system parameters with RWW 1.0 control interface software. The transmitters offer durable, magnesium bodies and soft-touch controls. Press the AFS (Auto Frequency Selection) button 3S and the receiver will auto-scan and lock on to an open, interference-free frequency. Press the IR button to automatically upload the receiver frequency to the transmitter. PLL (Phase Lock Loop) frequency control ensures transmission reliability, and Noise Lock effectively blocks stray RF. The receiver has a high-visibility LCD display and is housed in a half-width 1RU enclosure.
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