TeachLogic AR-960 AirLink Router System

TeachLogic AR-960 AirLink Router System

TeachLogic AR-960 AirLink Router System

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TeachLogic AR-960 AirLink Router System

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The AR-960 AirLink Router System from TeachLogic includes the ALS-960 Wireless Transmitter and DR-702 Diversity Receiver.The ALS-960 Wireless AirLink Transmitter is a stand-alone 96 channel transmitter (640 to 664 MHz). You can transmit to any of the portable Titan systems equipped with a matching receiver module. The AirLink router allows you to take a line level signal from your mixing console or playback device (DVD-iPod), plug it directly into the AirLink transmitter, and then broadcast that audio to a distant AirLink receiver or multiple receivers. It can be incorporated with the diversified receiver for transmission of a composite program for an extended distance in excess of 500.0’ (152.4m) with clarity and reliability.

Whether there is a need to get audio signals to an overflowing crowd at a special event or send the announcer’s voice across the football stadium, the AirLink Router System can get the message across with ease with the use of RF transmission. Tests have been performed through multi-story buildings from the lobby to the upper conference room, from a press box to cross-field component sound systems and various concession booths, or from an outdoor program stage to distant Titans with UHF receivers. Transmission distance in excess of 500.0’ (152.4m) has been achieved in direct line of sight with high level of clarity and connectivity.

It also functions as a very handy 2 channel mixer by combining the aux line level input and the 0.25” (6.35mm) mic input. This allows both pre-recorded program material and a live microphone to be broadcast at an event with no additional mixing equipment required. The system’s 96 UHF channel allow the selection of an interference-free channel. The transmitter antenna renders reliable transmission in excess of 500.0’ (152.4m).

The DR-702 Diversity Receiver is a stand-alone receiver and comes equipped with selectable 96 channels. It has an audio output of 0 to 2V. It reproduces full range sound with clarity.

ALS-960 Wireless Transmitter Features
  • Half-wave antenna for extended transmission distance
  • Two Line Level Program Inputs: Balanced (XLR); unbalanced (Dual RCA)
  • Inputs mixable for composite output
  • Selectable 96 channels, UHF, (640 to 664 MHz)
  • LCD for channel or frequency display
  • Master gain control for composite output
  • Headphone output
  • Titan and Spartan compatible
DR-702 Diversity Receiver Features
  • Diversity receiver for more reliable reception
  • 2 Half-wave antennas for enhanced reception
  • Balanced line level output (0 to 2V), XLR
  • Unbalanced line level output, 0.25” (6.35mm) phone
  • Selectable 96 channels (640 to 664 MHz)
  • LCD for channel or frequency display
  • Volume / gain control
  • Low / high output level switch
In the Box
TeachLogic AR-960 AirLink Router System
  • ALS-960 AirLink Stand Alone 96-Channel Transmitter
  • DR-702 Diversity Receiver
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Receiver
    Operating frequency bands Diversity: 640 to 664 MHz
    Selectable Channels 96 Pre-programmed
    Maximum Deviation 80 kHz, with level limiting
    Dynamic Range 110 dB
    THD >0.5%
    Pre-Emphasis De-Emphasis: 50 μs
    Sensitivity 4 μV @ 30 dB SINAD
    Squelch Tone Key and Noise Lock
    Frequency Response 50 Hz, -17 kHz, ± 3 dB
    Delay Units: Milliseconds
    Range: 20 to 500 ms
    Operating Range In excess of 500.0' (152.4m) with 2 half-wave antenna
    Output Balanced (XLR), unbalanced 0.25" (6.35 mm)
    Output Level 0 to 2 V @ 10 kΩ
    Power Requirements 12 to 15 VDC, 1 A
    Power Supply 100 to 240 VAC / 12 VDC 1 A switching supply
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 8.0 x 8.5 x 1.7" (203.2 x 215.9 x 43.1 mm)
    Weight 2.75 lb (1.24 kg)
    Transmitter
    Operating frequency bands Wireless AirLink: 640 to 664 MHz
    Selectable Channels 96 pre-programmed
    Maximum Deviation 80 kHz, with level limiting
    Dynamic Range 110 dB
    THD >0.5%
    Pre-Emphasis De-Emphasis: <50 μs
    Sensitivity 4 μV @ 30 dB SINAD
    Squelch Tone Key and Noise Lock
    Frequency Response 50 Hz, -17 kHz, ± 3 dB
    RF Output Power 30 mW
    Operating Range In excess of 500.0' (152.4m), with 1 half-wave antenna
    Input Balanced (XLR), unbalanced line level dual RCA, inputs blended to mono output, unbalanced mic level 0.25" (6.35 mm) phone
    Output Aux line level, (dual RCA), 0.25" (6.35 mm) phone jack, RCA aux-in only with volume control
    Power Requirements 12 to 15 VDC, 1 A
    Dimensions 8.5 x 1.7 x 8.0" (215.9 x 43.1 x 203.2 mm)
    Weight 2.75 lb (1.24 kg)

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