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Ecreso Helios FM 350W
The first FM transmitters based on 6th generation MOSFETs, the new medium-power FM range is robust and delivers efficiency of up to 74 percent. Top signal quality and performance are achieved thanks to the FM band direct-to-frequency digital modulator, which is at the heart of this product line. The manufacturing quality and the simplicity of use make this a powerful transmitter to broadcast analog FM programs from 100W up to 2kW. Helios FM 350W is fully protected against overheating, VSWR and lightning. Features include full RDS encoding and automated audio backup. Fully featured for local maintenance and configuration, it also allows extensive remote control by Web server, SNMP, RS232 or GPIOs. The 350W FM Transmitter is available either as a separate exciter and amplifier or as a single integrated 3RU unit.
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