The PSC RF Multi SR Six Pack has been designed to provide a convenient and compact way of utilizing three slot receivers made by various manufacturers. The PSC RF Multi SR Six Pack provides power and diversity RF distribution to the three receivers. The PSC RF Multi SR Six Pack provides bandwidth limited, super low noise RF distribution. It has been designed with two BNC antenna inputs and offers switchable antenna powering for use with powered antennas and remote amplifiers. The RF signal is input level limited, amplified to prevent signal loss though the unit, band-pass filtered and then split to the three receivers. RF outputs are delivered to the receivers via six right-angle, cable-mounted SMA connectors. The RF Multi SR Six Pack can be directly powered by and interfaced to the Alexis mixer through the rear panel mounted DB37 connector. It can also be powered via the standard 4 pin Hirose power connection and offers six individual mini XLR audio output connectors for stand alone operation. The unit is housed in a robust, aircraft aluminum housing which has been anodized and texture powder coated. This product is made in the U.S.A.
Recent changes to the legal operational frequency spectrum have led to the development of the Single Band and Dual Band models. The “Single Band” model is primarily designed for use outside of the USA and the new “Dual Band” model is primarily designed for use in the USA. The “Single Band” unit has an operational frequency range of 470Mhz to 700Mhz. The “Dual Band” model has an operational frequency range of 470Mhz to 618Mhz and also offers 940Mhz to 960Mhz for use with the new Lectro 941 Block as used in the USA.
Optional Aaton Interface
The Aaton Digital Interface Boards allow the PSC RF Six Pack to directly interface with the Cantar Recorder and the Cantar Mini Recorder. This interface is connected to the Cantar or Cantar Mini via a simple USB cable. The interface allows remote monitoring of several RF functions including RF Levels, Modulation Levels, Frequency Scans, Frequency Assignment and Changes, Transmitter battery level and more.
If you've already got a PSC Six Pack, all second generation units can be upgraded. Second generation units can be easily identified because they do NOT have a DB-37 connector on the rear panel of the RF Six Pack. (first generation units have the DB-37 connector and cannot be upgraded). Call for more details on how to get the Aaton digital interface board installed in your Six Pack
• Provides Power Distribution
• Provides Low Noise RF Distribution
• DTV Band-pass limited (470Mhz to 870Mhz)
• Directly Interfaces to the upcoming PSC Alexis Mixer
• Can be used Independently in ENG bags or on Sound Carts
• Compact and Light Weight