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Darwin’s 97 Seven Selects 5kW Eddystone Broadcast Transmitter

Darwin’s 97 Seven Selects 5kW Eddystone Broadcast Transmitter

After a lightning strike event on their previous transmitter, Phil Galvin and Bill ‘Spud’ Murphy were outputting only 600W.

Darwin Christian Broadcasters contacted Broadcast Components for expedited service on a replacement unit, specifically the 5kW S7605C from Eddystone Broadcast. The 7600 series transmitter offers the highest module redundancy in the market, and has been combined here with the sound quality and feature set of the dual BW Broadcast V2 Exciters. Broadcast Components have supplied the complete transmission solution including connectors and lightning protection.

Technical Features:

– Transmitters use 300W PA and 1kW PSU modules
– Transmitters can contain an additional PSU module in 2+1 configuration.
– All transmitters from 500W to 20kW use the same PA and PSU modules. Many other modules and parts are common.
– All modules are hot-pluggable.
– All modules have very simple control and monitoring. Green LED’s to show the correct operation of that module. If the LED turns red, then the module is faulty and should be changed.
– The time needed to replace a faulty Power amplifier or Power supply module is less than 20 seconds.
– Modules are lightweight and can be easily transported for repair.
– Modules are inexpensive. We normally supply spares with the transmitter for stocking on site.

Eddystone Transmitters come with individual and central monitoring, pre racked, wired and tested with options for single or three phase power, single or dual exciters, IP and 3G connectivity and more…

Contact us for pricing and information on the transmitter of the United Nations- with no single point of failure and 5 year warranty.




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