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WBP-200
SINGLE CHANNEL WIRELESS BELTPACK
WB-200 SERIES WIRELESS INTERCOM
SYSTEM
OWNERS MANUAL
AUDIO ELECTRONICS DESIGN
EQUIPOS EUROPEOS ELECTRÓNICOS, S.A.L
Avda. de la Industria, 50. 28760 TRES CANTOS-MADRID
(SPAIN).
34-91-761 65 80
34-91-804 43 58
altair@altairaudio.com
www.altairaudio.com
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1. INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 3
2. SWITCHES, CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS AND CONNECTORS ........................................ 3
FRONT PANEL ....................................................................................................................... 4
REAR PANEL ......................................................................................................................... 4
3. OPERATION............................................................................................................................ 4
HEADSET CONNECTION ...................................................................................................... 5
CALL SWITCH ........................................................................................................................ 5
MIC ON/OFF/PUSH TO TALK SWITCH (TALK) .................................................................... 6
BUZZER ON/OFF SWITCH .................................................................................................... 6
VOLUME UP/DOWN SWITCH ................................................................................................ 6
ON/OFF SWITCH .................................................................................................................... 6
IN RANGE LED ....................................................................................................................... 7
VIBRATOR ON/OFF ............................................................................................................... 7
STANDBY MODE.................................................................................................................... 7
MIC GAIN ADJUSTMENT....................................................................................................... 7
SIDETONE GAIN ADJUSTMENT ........................................................................................... 7
BELTPACK REGISTRATION ................................................................................................. 8
BELTPACK DEREGISTRATION ............................................................................................ 8
DC-IN CONNECTOR............................................................................................................... 8
4. SPECIAL OPERATIONS......................................................................................................... 9
ACTIVATING THE MICROPHONE PHANTOM POWER ....................................................... 9
CANCELLING THE BUZZER ................................................................................................. 9
CHANGING THE BATTERIES................................................................................................ 9
5. SPECIAL RECOMMENDATIONS ......................................................................................... 10
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE .............................................................................................. 11
6. BATTERY CHARGER ALTAIR WBPC-200.......................................................................... 11
CHANGING THE VOLTAGE AND THE FUSE ..................................................................... 12
CONNECTING TO THE MAINS ............................................................................................ 13
BELTPACK BATTERY CHARGE......................................................................................... 13
7. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................... 14
8. WARRANTY .......................................................................................................................... 15
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1. INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of the ALTAIR single channel wireless beltpack WBP200 of the WB-200 series wireless intercom system. There are a lot the characteristics that
make of the ALTAIR WB-200 series one of the most highlighted in the audio professional
market, some are enumerated here:
Dual pre-amble diversity antenna system detects and selects the higher radio signal ensuring
better coverage and minimum dropouts.
Digital encryption process allows high security conversations.
Beltpack uses internal antennas for a more comfortable belt fitting.
As a battery dependent device, special care has been taken as battery status indication with
led bargraph, low consumption “call receive” mode and general low power circuitry.
Out of range indication, helps the user to understand radio coverage and anticipate to
possible communication failures.
10 HOURS battery life in full duplex
Before beginning it is important to read this manual. This manual will help you to install and
use your new beltpack. It is very important to read it carefully, mainly the paragraphs marked as
NOTE, PRECAUTION and DANGER, for your security.
Save the original packing, you can re-use it to transport the unit. NEVER SHIP THE
ALTAIR WBP-200 WITHOUT ITS ORIGINAL PACKING.
2. SWITCHES, CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS AND CONNECTORS
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These are the switches, controls, adjustments and connectors that you can find in your
ALTAIR intercom beltpack. The description and explanation of each one will be found in the
corresponding section.
FRONT PANEL
-
CALL SWITCH.
-
MIC SWITCH.
-
BUZZER SWITCH.
-
ON/OFF SWITCH.
-
VOLUME UP/DOWN
-
IN RANGE LED.
-
LOW BAT LED.
-
HEADSET
-
DC-IN
REAR PANEL
CONNECTOR.
CONNECTOR.
3. OPERATION
The WB-200 series intercom system are designed to allow maximum easy communications
operation between the different control areas in music or theatre live performances, television,
cinema, conference halls, and whatever broad events where multiple and fast communications
are required, by means of its simultaneous listening-speaking operation system.
The Single Channel Wireless Beltpack WBP-200 unit was designed for intensive use in
portable applications. An unbreakable plastic belt clip enables easy and secure suitability. Call
signalling is Triple, visual, audible and with a vibration for improving adaptability. The unit can be
configured for dynamic or electret microphones enabling the use of different types of headsets
and hands-free earpieces in the market.
The WBP-200 is provided with a ON/OFF switch, a CALL switch, a MIC on/off switch,
BUZZER on/off switch, headphones volume control, etc...
In order to begin to use its new beltpack ALTAIR WBP-200, first it turn on the base station
on which the beltpack is registered (if it is not registered to any base, goes to the registry
section).
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Once turn on the base station, push the on/off
switch of the beltpack. All
the beltpack leds light on and last a little while it will
sound the buzzer (if buzzer
is turn on) and will vibrate (if the vibrator is turn on),
indicating that it is
operative.
If the base on which it is registered finds within its reach, the LED of IN
RANGE
will begin to blink and the audio will be opened. At this moment you can begin
to use
your beltpack ALTAIR WBP-200.
If the beltpack ALTAIR WBP-200 remains turned on during a period of ten minutes
without connection to the base station (the base station is turned off, outside range, or the
beltpack is not registered to any base station), it will be turned off automatically.
HEADSET CONNECTION
A TINY Q-G type connector allows to connect a headset and a microphone to the
beltpack. The headset impedance must be of 200 or higher (up to 2 K ) and the
microphone may be dynamic or electret type.
For the electret microphone type is necessary to enable the phantom power of 9 VDC
with an internal preset. In order to obtain more information, consult the special operation
section.
The next list shows the XLR pins correspondence:
PIN 1
PIN 2
PIN 3
PIN 4
HEADSET
0 V (MICROPHONE)
SIGNAL (MICROPHONE)
0 V (HEADPHONES)
SIGNAL (HEADPHONES)
NOTE: Headphones could be with a double or single muff. In case of using a double muff
headphone, the two speakers should be wired in parallel mode.
CALL SWITCH
When this
switch is pressed, a call signal is sent to the system and
to the intercom
channel in which it is connected the base station. The
call signal makes the
LED associated with the switch to start blinking; if the
vibrator is enabled (see vibrator on/off section for more information) will be vibrate; if the
buzzer is enabled (see buzzer on/off section for more information) an intermittent sound takes
place during about three seconds, the same as in all the units (wireless beltpacks, beltpacks,
base stations, desk stations, master stations, etc.), connected to the same intercom channel.
The IN RANGE led of the base station correspondent to the register number of the
beltpack will be blink. In the wireless beltpacks will be turn on the associated led with the
wireless beltpack that it is calling (LOW BAT – 1, BUZZ ON/OFF – 2, MIC ON/OFF – 3, IN
RANGE – 4). If the call is generated by the base station, all associated led will be turn off.
If the CALL switch is pressed continuously, the duration of the call signal will be higher
(the time that the switch is pressed, and approximately 3 seconds more).
If a call signal is generated in an external unit (wireless beltpacks, beltpacks, base
stations, desk stations, master stations, etc.), the LED associated with the CALL switch will
start blinking, if the vibrator is enabled (see vibrator on/off section for more information) will be
vibrate, and if the buzzer is enabled (see buzzer on/off section for more information) an
intermittent sound will take place during about three seconds.
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MIC ON/OFF/PUSH TO TALK SWITCH (TALK)
The MIC
switch allows to enable/disable the microphone, so that
we are able to
speak with other units connected to the same intercom
channel.
If the microphone is activated, its associated LED will light up, and on the other hand, if it
is disabled, its associated LED will turn off.
The MIC switch has two operation modes. When this switch is pressed quickly the
microphone changes its state, if it was enabled, upon being pressed it gets disabled and turns
off the associated LED, and if it was disabled, upon being pressed gets enabled and turns on
the associated LED.
When the MIC switch is pressed and held, the unit will enter in the special function PUSH
TO TALK, this means that the microphone will be enabled until the switch is released.
The unit provides a MIC-KILL (turns off the MIC) system, so that when the mic is enabled
it is possible to muted it by the MIC-KILL function of the base station ALTAIR WBP-200 or a
master station EF-200, connected to the base station. This MIC-KILL system is compatible
with other intercom systems of the market.
The state of the MIC (on/off), it is stored in the unit.
BUZZER ON/OFF SWITCH
This switch
enables/disables the buzzer sound when the unit receives a
call and when
the user press a key. Whenever this switch is pressed, and the
buzzer is enabled, it will be disabled, and the LED indicator will turn off. On the other hand, if
the buzzer was disabled, it will be enabled and the LED indicator will lighten up.
The buzzer also sounds when any switch is pressed, emitting a short hoot, when it is
enabled.
The unit provides a BUZZER-KILL (turns off the BUZZER) system, so that when the
buzzer is enabled it is possible to muted it by the BUZZER-KILL function of the base station
ALTAIR WBP-200 or a master station ALTAIR EF-200, connected to the base station. This
BUZZER-KILL system is compatible with other intercom systems of the market.
The BUZZER could be disabled with an internal preset. In order to obtain more
information, consult the special operation section.
The state of the BUZZER (on/off), it is stored in the unit.
VOLUME UP/DOWN
SWITCH
The volume switches
allows attenuating or amplifying the signal
sent to the headphones.
This switches adjusts the listen level to the
headphones as you wish.
When volume UP/DOWN switches are pressed, the four leds of the beltpack turn
to indicate the volume. There are 10 steps of volume, the LOW BATTERY led indicates
the first step, the BUZZ ON/OFF led indicates the fourth step, the MIC ON/OFF led
indicates the seventh step and the IN RANGE led the tenth step of volume.
The VOLUME, it is stored in the unit.
ON/OFF SWITCH
When the beltpack is power off, and the beltpack’s
all the beltpack leds light on and last a little while it will
is turn on) and will vibrate (if the vibrator is turn on),
operative.
on/off switch it is pressed,
sound the buzzer (if buzzer
indicating that it is
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If the base on which it is registered finds within its reach, the LED of IN
RANGE
will begin to blink and the audio will be opened. At this moment you can begin
to use
your beltpack ALTAIR WBP-200.
To turn off the beltpack, press and hold two seconds the ON/OFF switch when the
beltpack is turned on. In this moment will sound the buzzer (if the buzzer is turn on) and when
the ON/OFF switch it is depressed, the beltpack it is turned off.
If the ON/OFF switch it is short pressed, the beltpack will show us the battery status
(LOW BAT led – 10%, BUZZ ON/OFF led – 40%, MIC ON/OFF led – 70% and IN RANGE led
– 100%).
IN RANGE LED
The IN
station base
beltpack is not in
RANGE led when blinks indicates that the beltpack is in the
range, if it is turn on without blinking, indicates that the
the station base range.
VIBRATOR ON/OFF
When we press at the same time the MIC ON/OFF
switch
and the BUZZ
ON/OFF switch we turn on/off the vibrator. If the
vibrator it is in on
mode, the vibrator turn to off mode and if the vibrator
it is in off mode, the vibrator turn to on mode.
If the vibrator it is turned on, when a call is received, the unit vibrates.
The state of the VIBRATOR (on/off), it is stored in the unit.
STANDBY MODE
When the beltpack is turn on and we press the
ON/OFF switch
and the
VOLUME DOWN switch at
the same time,
the beltpack
change to STANDBY mode.
In this mode,
the beltpack can
receive CALLs, but the audio it is disconnected. This
mode is useful
to save battery, since the beltpack less consumes 5
times than in full duplex state.
To exit from STANDBY mode, press the ON/OFF switch briefly.
MIC GAIN ADJUSTMENT
The mic gain adjustment allows attenuating or amplifying the mic signal. When
press the MIC ON/OFF
switch and at the same time the UP or
DOWN
VOLUME switch, the mic gain it is adjusted,
the four leds of
the beltpack turn to indicate the mic gain.
There are 15 steps of mic gain, the LOW BATTERY led indicates the first
step, the BUZZ ON/OFF led indicates the sixth step, the MIC ON/OFF led
indicates the eleventh step and the IN RANGE led the fifteenth step of the
mic gain.
The MIC GAIN, it is stored in the unit. Press again to switch on if necessary.
SIDETONE GAIN ADJUSTMENT
The sidetone gain adjustment allows attenuating or amplifying the own mic signal
that we listen in our headphones. When press the BUZZER
ON/OFF
switch and at the same time the UP or DOWN
VOLUME
switch, the sidetone gain it is adjusted, the four
leds of the
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beltpack turn to indicate the sidetone gain. There are 10 steps of volume, the LOW
BATTERY led indicates the first step, the BUZZ ON/OFF led indicates the fourth step,
the MIC ON/OFF led indicates the seventh step and the IN RANGE led the tenth step of
the mic gain.
The SIDETONE GAIN, it is stored in the unit. Press again to switch on the buzzer..
BELTPACK REGISTRATION
Each beltpack can be registered in two different base stations, so that if it loses the range
of one, changes the operation to the other base station. Each base station can register a
maximum of four beltpacks. See the WBS-200 owners manual for details.
With the base station turned on, press and hold the REGISTER base station switch
during six seconds. At this moment the base station will sound (if the buzzer it is turned on)
and will blink the IN-RANGE (1-2-3-4) leds corresponding where is going away to register the
new beltpack. If the base station has registered four cases already, the function will be reset,
and new beltpacks will not be able to be registered until the deregistration of some beltpack is
made or deregister all the beltpacks registered in the base station (consults the base station
WBS-200 manual for the more information).
If we do not do anything during 60 seconds the function will be reset.
If we pressed key REGISTER again the function will be reset.
With the beltpack that we want to register turned off, turn on pressing the
ON/OFF switch maintaining pressed the VOLUME
UP/DOWN
switches (to register it in base 1) or maintaining
pressed the
VOLUME
UP/DOWN and the
BUZZER ON/OFF switches
(to register it in
base 2).
If
everything goes well, the base station base will sound (if the
buzzer it is turned on) and the beltpack also (if the buzzer it is turned on), the corresponding
base station IN RANGE led will turn on and the beltpack IN RANGE led begin to blink.
If the procedure fails, turn off the base station and the beltpack and start again.
Registering process must be near the base station and is not allowed during battery
charging.
BELTPACK DEREGISTRATION
With the base station turned on, and the
beltpack that is wanted to
deregister turned off, turn on the beltpack pressing
the ON/OFF switch maintaining
pressed the
MIC ON/OFF and the
BUZZER ON/OFF
switches.
The
beltpack will start
normally, but when it is
connected to the base station, this one will be reset and the beltpack will be deregistered.
If the procedure fails, turn off the base station and the beltpack and start again.
DC-IN CONNECTOR
The three NiMh, AAA, 900 mA/h batteries of the wireless beltpack must be charged with
the ALTAIR WBPC-200 charger by
the DC-IN connector. The polarity is tip positive.
Charging time is three hours with the batteries empty. After this 2-3 hours time, the
charger sets to trickle (maintenance) mode and can be left alone in the charger. For a full
charge, it is recommended a 2 hours minimum charging in this state.
The estimated battery life, in full duplex mode is 10 hours and 50 hours in standby mode,
with full charged batteries.
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The included NiMh batteries has a shelf discharging time around 2 month. So it is
imperative to check the battery status before use: switch ON the unit and then, press shortly
the ON switch. As a general rule, charge the unit before using the system.
4. SPECIAL OPERATIONS
In order to set-up some of the wireless beltpack possibilities, the unit must be opened
removing the two external screws of its rear panel.
NOTE: This type of operations takes place with the unit is opened; the best thing should be to
carry it out by a qualified technician. Care must be taken to avoid short circuit between battery
holders, etc.
DANGER: Before opening the unit, turn it off. Use of protective glasses when operating
batteries.
CAUTION: Protect the wireless beltpack from the rain and moisture, mostly if it is open. If liquid
is spilled into the unit, disconnect it from the mains and consult a qualified service technician.
ACTIVATING THE MICROPHONE PHANTOM POWER
The microphone PHANTOM power could be activated or disabled with
an internal jumper (JP2/ PHANTOM). With this jumper removed, the
phantom power is disabled and with this jumper placed the phantom power
is activated.
If an electret microphone is used, the PHANTOM power must be
enabled and if a dynamic microphone is used, the PHANTOM power must
be disabled. The microphone PHANTOM power is 9 VDC.
It is convenient to place the jumper over one pin for future use.
CANCELLING THE BUZZER
The buzzer can be disabled definitely by removing a jumper
JP1/BUZZER located near the buzzer on the upper-right side of the unit.
This jumper defeats the actions of the buzzer key and remote buzzer
key. It is convenient to place the jumper over one pin for future use.
Disabling the buzzer guarantees no CALL sounds in any circumstance,
as desired in theatre or any other public performance.
CHANGING THE BATTERIES
The wireless case includes three NiMh (1,2 V) batteries of size AAA and capacity of 900 1000 mA/h. In the case it must be replaced one battery, replaces all at the same time, by three
equal batteries.
The beltpack can work in case of necessity with three alkaline batteries (1,5 V), size AAA,
but it considers that the batteries cannot be charged.
Don’t try to use the unit with no batteries or batteries in bad condition; the unit can be
damage. When necessary, the unit can be used when charging at the same time. You can
either plug the charger when the unit is ON or switch ON the unit when in charging.
NOTE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION:
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After the implementation of the European Directive 2002/96/EU in the
national legal system, the following applies:
Electrical and electronic devices may not be disposed of with domestic
waste. Consumers are obliged by law to return electrical an electronic
devices at the end of their service lives to the public collecting points set up
for this purpose or point of sale. Details to this are defined by the national
law of the respective country.
This symbol on the product, the instruction manual or the package indicates
that a product is subject to this regulations.
By recycling, reusing the materials or other forms of utilising old devices, you protecting our
environment.
5. SPECIAL RECOMMENDATIONS
Don’t place the unit in close proximity to metallic surfaces and/or other electronic
equipment in order to avoid interferences.
In case of lose of range, reorient your body position to face up the base unit position.
Take special attention to the placement of the base station when trying to reach all the
possible placements of the beltpacks specially when concrete walls or other absorbing
materials are in between.
As the batteries used has a shelf discharge mechanism of around 3 month, it is advisable
to charge the units just next day of use.
In order to have the units ready to operate, it is a good practice to make a full charge of
all the units every two month.
Extract the batteries out of the unit if you plan to store it for a long time.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
WHEN:
Abnormal low range.
Beltpack switch off immediately
after switch on.
Beltpack refuse to switch-off.
Poor charge.
Suddenly Beltpack switch off.
Charger led always is green
when charging.
Unit refuse to charge after a
long period of not in use.
Bad coverage in some areas.
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
Switch off and then on the base station with the
beltpacks on.
-Batteries are low. Check battery status. Charge
it.
-Battery contacts failure. Open the unit, remove
the batteries and force inwards both contacts
and clean it. Then insert batteries accordingly.
-Wait for 1 to 5 minutes until unit switch-off itshelf.
-In the case auto shut-off is not operating, open
the unit and remove and insert again one
battery.
-Disconnect the charger and try it again. Check
charge time to be around 2 to 3 hours.
-Possible battery contact failure. Refer to
previous notes.
-Base unit has been switched off
-Batteries can be low, check battery status.
Charge it if necessary.
-Possible battery contact failure. Refer to
previous notes.
-Check charger plug contacts. Try with another
plug. Try to charge another beltpack verifying
charger.
-Batteries are so low that the unit is not able to
start charging. Make a small external battery
charge and try again to charge normally.
Shelf-discharge of the batteries. Wait for 10
minutes onto the charger to verify charging
normally.
-Try another better position of the base unit.
-Study the possibility of installing a higher gain
directional antenna on the base unit.
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6. BATTERY CHARGER ALTAIR WBPC-200
The battery charger ALTAIR WBPC-200 allows
to charge up to four beltpacks ALTAIR WBP-200
simultaneously. The charge time is approximately of
three hours with the batteries totally discharged.
After this 2-3 hours time, the charger sets to trickle
(maintenance) mode and can be left alone in the
charger. For a full charge, it is recommended a 2
hours minimum charging in this state.
CHANGING THE VOLTAGE AND THE FUSE
The battery charger ALTAIR WBPC-200 is set to operate at 230V, 50-60Hz and at 115V,
50-60Hz.
Make sure that the unit is disconnected of the mains.
In the unit rear panel, is placed the mains connector, the mains selector and the fuse
holder. The box bellow this mains connector is called fuse holder + mains selector. Take out
the fuse holder + mains selector.
Upon extracting the fuse holder, the fuse will appear, take out it and change for the new
one.
Insert the fuse holder into the mains connector again, without spin it (make sure that the
voltage to which it is going to connect the unit remains indicated in normal position, not
inverted), if you only wants to change the fuse. If what you want are change the mains
voltage, rotate the fuseholder until remains the mains voltage to which it is going to connect
the unit in normal position, not inverted.
Battery charger ALTAIR WBPC-200 set up to 115
V.
Battery charger ALTAIR WBPC-200 set up to 230
V.
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Make sure that the fuse is the right one for the selected voltage:
FUSE (230V. 50-60 Hz)
T0,5A.
FUSE (115V. 50-60 Hz)
T1A.
NOTE: The fuseholder provide a place for spare fuse.
CAUTION: Always make sure upon changing the fuse, that this is the adequate for the
selected mains voltage (T1A for 115V and T0,5A for 230V).
CONNECTING TO THE MAINS
The connection of the battery charger ALTAIR WBPC-200 power supply to
the mains takes place by a standard cord included in the box.
Make sure that the beltpack are disconnected from the battery charger.
Insert the female I.E.C. connector of the tripolar cable into the unit power
supply male connector, placed at the rear panel.
Insert the male connector of the tripolar cable into the mains plug.
In that moment the charge LEDs indicators will light in green colour,
indicating that the unit is turned on.
CAUTION: Make sure that the mains voltage is the correct as well as their fuse is the
adequate.
BELTPACK BATTERY CHARGE
The battery charger ALTAIR WBPC-200 has four connectors to allow the charge up to
four wireless beltpacks at the same time.
Take any of the battery charger connector and insert it in a wireless beltpack connector. If
the battery charger is connected, the connector associated LED of the battery charger will
change from green to orange, indicating that the wireless beltpack batteries are charging.
If the beltpack is turned off, the LEDs battery bargraph will begin to blink from down to up
indicating the charger connection. If the beltpack is turned on, will not be changes of these
LEDs unless the key ON/OFF is pressed briefly.
After three hours time, the charger sets to trickle (maintenance) mode and can be left
alone in the charger, and the LED associated to the charger connector turn intermittent
between green and orange. For a full charge, it is recommended a 2 hours minimum charging
in this state.
If a problem appears in one of the connectors, and the consumption increases, the
battery charger ALTAIR WBPC-200 will protect itself, and the LED associated to this
connector will turn to red colour.
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7. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
PREAMPLIFIER
MICROPHONE TYPE:
INPUT IMPEDANCE:
NOMINAL LEVEL:
PHANTOM VOLTAGE:
•
•
•
•
Dynamic or electret.
4K7.
-45 dBu.
+9 VDC (internal preset ).
•
•
•
•
200 (nominal), 2K
14 Vpp (200 ).
200 mW (200 ).
250 Hz - 3500 Hz.
•
•
•
•
1900 MHz band.
GFSK/TDMA
+22 dBm typically.
-92 dBm typically.
•
•
•
•
3 x NiMh, 1.2 Volts, 900-1.000 mAh
2-3 hours. Fast charging mode.
External charger WBPC-200.
Adjustable –12 – 30 dB @ 1 KHz
•
•
•
90 dBA.
Call, Volume level, Mic On/Off/PTT,
Buzzer On/Off, Vibrator On/Off.
Call, Battery status, Low Batt, Mic On/Off,
Buzz On/Off, In range led.
Light, Vibration and Buzzer.
•
120x80x25 mm.
•
175 gr. Net.
HEADSET AMPLIFIER
IMPEDANCE:
MAXIMUM LEVEL:
OUTPUT POWER:
FREQUENCY RESPONSE:
(maximum).
RADIO
FREQUENCY:
MODULATION:
TRANSMIT POWER:
RECEIVE SENSITIVITY:
BATTERY
TYPE:
CHARGING TIME:
CHARGER:
SIDETONE CANCELLATION
BUZZER
CONTROLS
INDICATORS
CALL SYSTEM
DIMENSIONS
WEIGHT
•
NOTE: Technical specifications are subject to variation without previous notice.
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8. WARRANTY
This unit is warranted by Equipos Europeos Electrónicos to the original user, against
flaws in the manufacturing and in the materials, for a period of one year, starting from the date of
sale.
Flaws due to wrong use of the unit, internal modifications or accidents, are not covered by
this warranty.
There is no other warranty expressed or implicit.
Any faulty unit must be sent to the dealer or the manufacturer. The serial number of the
unit must be included for any request to the technical service.
Equipos Europeos Electrónicos reserves the right to modify the prices or the technical
specifications without further notice.
BELTPACKS:
SERIAL NUMBER
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BELTPACK CHARGER:
SERIAL NUMBER
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AUDIO ELECTRONICS DESIGN
EQUIPOS EUROPEOS ELECTRÓNICOS, S.A.L
Avda. de la Industria, 50. 28760 TRES CANTOS-MADRID
(SPAIN).
34-91-761 65 80
34-91-804 43 58
altair@altairaudio.com
www.altairaudio.com
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European Union
Waste Electronics Information
Unión Europea
Información sobre residuos electrónicos
Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) directive
The WEEE logo signifies specific recycling programs and procedures for
electronic products in countries of the European Union. We encourage the
recycling of our products. If you have further questions about recycling, contact
your local sales office.
Directiva sobre Residuos de Aparatos Eléctricos y Electrónicos (RAEE)
El logotipo de la Directiva RAEE se refiere a los programas y procedimientos
específicos de reciclaje para aparatos electrónicos de países de la Unión
Europea. Recomendamos el reciclaje de nuestros productos. Si tiene alguna
consulta, póngase en contacto con su Distribuidor.
Information based on European Union WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
Información basada en la Directiva de la unión europea RAEE 2002/96/EC y el Real Decreto 208/2005
AUDIO ELECTRONICS DESIGN
EQUIPOS EUROPEOS ELECTRÓNICOS, S.A.L
Avda. de la Industria, 50. 28760 TRES CANTOS-MADRID (SPAIN).
34-91-761 65 80
34-91-804 43 58
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