Base-to-Beltpack Frequency Response: 100Hz – 7.1kHz
No. of Beltpacks per Base Station: 5
No. of Transceiver/ Antennas Supported by Base: 10
No. of Active Transceiver Ports: 2, one port can remotely power up to 1 FSII splitter or 1 FSII transceiver
PC Programming Port: 2 LAN RJ45
Relay Port: DB15, supports one relay assigned to the SA out
Partyline A ,B,C,D (each): XLR-3F, on/off termination switch, Clear-Com and RTS compatible
Partyline Power On/Off: A/B, C/D paired
Partyline Output Voltage: 26 – 28VDC, 800mA per pair (A/B or C/D)
Four-Wire/Matrix Connection: 4 RJ-45
Program Input: XLR-3F, transformer isolated, line-level input
Stage Announce Output: XLR-3M, transformer isolated, line-level output
Front Panel Headset: 4-pin male and 5-pin female options
Front Panel Displays: 4 OLED’s with encoders and assignable soft keys
Front Panel Indicators: Antenna Status, Beltpack Status
External Power Supply Connection: 12VDC
Base Station Programming/Editing: Push-to-enter rotary encoder
Input: 100-240V AC, 1.4A max
Output: 12V DC. 60W, 5A
Current Draw: 12V, 4A max, 48W max
1.75 x 19.0 x 10.2 in (HxWxD)
(44 x 483 x 259 mm)
5.57 lbs (2.5 kg)
Dual-frequency operation in one single base station maximizes intercom investment and provides flexible deployment options. Intelligently mix 1.9GHz and 2.4GHz system components for an expanded system.
Robust base station supports up to 5 full-duplex wireless beltpacks and covers a large production area with 10 transceivers and two transceiver splitters spanning up to 3,200 feet away from the base station.With the built-in fiber connection, each fiber transceiver module can further extend coverage to a maximum distance of 60,000 feet (or 20,000 meters) away from the base station via the SFP fiber slot.
The FreeSpeak II-Base-II-5 offers three different modes: Base Station for digital signal transmission; a headset master station for operators to communicate with anyone wired or wireless on the system; and an intuitive menu user interface for configuring setup and making real-time system changes.
Four 2-wire ports and four 4-wire ports allow the base station to directly connect with industry-standard analog partyline and 4-wire audio devices, respectively, without the need of additional interfacing required.