This neat package, which INCLUDES our tuned dipole antenna with 12 metres of cable was primarily designed for use for low power broadcasting in New Zealand. However it is suitable for any low power broadcasters wishing to cover a small complex such as a university complex, hospital grounds, very small village, theme parks etc.
Any frequency between 87.5 to 108MHz can be accurately programmed on the internal dip switches accessible from the underside panel in a few minutes. Expensive test equipment is NOT required, set up is a simple task using the LED's on the front panel. The transmitter operates from a 15DC supply or the supplied AC adapter (100 - 250VAC). This makes it suitable for use on a standard power pack or automobile power system anywhere around the world.
Not sure if you need MPX, Stereo or Stereo with Audio Processing? This is all explained at the 1W FM Transmitter page.
There are not many complete 2 way stacked dipoles on the market and certainly not at the price we sell this one for. Without a shadow of a doubt, this is the best value for money and performance high gain and full broadband FM 2 way stacked dipole you will find on the market.
|Option 1 - Stereo|
|Option 2 - Stereo and Audio Processing|
|2 Way Stacked Dipole 88-108 MHz|
|Interconnections Cables Antenna Mounting Brackets|
|20 Meter Antenna Cable|
Instructions are supplied to show the station engineer how to set this system to any frequency from 87.5 - 108.0 MHz. However, when we assemble this system we have to test and set it to some frequency, please select the frequency in price panel below that you would like it set to on delivery.
On delivery the equipment is ready to plug in and use. This FM transmitter system along with all our other products comes with a limited 2 year warranty (see warranty conditions)
When used with suitable audio limiting equipment, this complete set of equipment used as delivered without any modifications, including it's power supply, the dipole antenna and the 12 metres of antenna cable, complies with New Zealand Radio Communications Regulations (General User Licence for Low Power FM Broadcasting) Notice 2010 Schedule 1 Transmitter Emission Requirements. It also complies with EU Telecommunications ETS 300384, EMC EN 301 489-11 and Safety LVD 2006/95/ and also ITU-R BS.450-3 (11/01) FM Broadcasting at VHF. If you are a novice or beginner and you don't have no knowledge of audio limiting, processing and compression you should purchase the stereo version with audio processing to maintain compliance with the regulations.