Ecreso Helios FM


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Ecreso Helios FM

Transmitter
Helios FM offers up to 74 percent efficiency together with the lowest heat dissipation. The FM range which spans 20W to 2kW power levels, now also offers 350W, 1kW and 1.5kW systems as well as a 1+1 system for mission-critical reliability. At the core of all formats in the range is an FM band direct-to-channel digital modulator, enhancing signal quality and performance. The Helios FM can operate as a standalone transmitter in a single, compact chassis or as a modular system comprising a separate modulator and powerful amplifier(s). The system also offers many additional features such as RDS and stereo coding, audio backup and an FM limiter, all integrated into the unit to reduce space, cabling and hardware requirements. In addition, all products within the new Ecreso FM range are fully protected against overheating, VSWR and lightning.
305-249-3110
infos@ecreso.com
www.ecreso.com


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