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The PPA T27 transmitter will broadcast a speakers voice, music program, or audio service wirelessly up to 500 feet to a listening audience. Audience participants use the optional R35, R35-8, or any FM receiver operating on 72-76 MHz frequency to pick up the broadcast. The PPA T27 has 17 available frequencies and features an LED display and push-button channel selector. The speaker simply connects a microphone with a 3.5mm plug into the unit to broadcast their voice. Alternatively, the unit can connect to a sound system through a line-level RCA jack to broadcast music or other audio service. The Williams Sound Corp. PPA T27 shall be housed in a heavy duty black plastic case 4.1 x 6.1 x 1.3. It shall be microprocessor controlled with push button configuration. It shall have an operating range of up to1000ft. with optional ANT 005. It shall have seventeen wideband channels operating on the hearing assistance bandwidth between 72 MHz to 76 MHz. There shall be a rubber duckie antenna output through the top of the enclosure. The front panel shall have a push button controlled LED digital display showing the frequency selection. Once a frequency is selected, there shall be a lock or unlock feature by holding down both the up and down frequency buttons for three seconds. There shall be a 3.5mm mono microphone input jack for two wire electret microphones. It shall have a rotary input level control. There shall be up and down frequency select buttons.ppThe PPA T27 shall be powered by a 24VAC power supply via a 5 pin DIN connector. It shall have a 75 Ohm F-connector antenna output. It shall have a Line-level, high impedance RCA, monounbalanced input.The Williams Sound PPA T27 shall be housed in a heavy duty black plastic case 4.1″ x 6.1″ x 1.3″. It shall be microprocessor controlled with push button configuration. It shall have an operating range of up to1000ft. with optional ANT 005. It shall have seventeen wideband channels operating on the hearing assistance bandwidth between 72 MHz to 76 MHz. There shall be a ‘rubber duckie’ antenna output through the top of the enclosure
The front panel shall have a push button controlled LED digital display showing the frequency selection. Once a frequency is selected, there shall be a lock or unlock feature by holding down both the up and down frequency buttons for three seconds. There shall be a 3.5mm mono microphone input jack for two wire electret microphones. It shall have a rotary input level control. There shall be up and down frequency select buttons
The PPA T27 shall have FCC, Industry Canada approvals, be compliant with RoHS and WEEE regulations, and be powered by a UL and CSA approved power supply. It shall be covered by a five-year parts and labor warranty. It shall be compatible with Williams Sound FM equipment operating on 72 MHz to 76 MHz. The Transmitter shall be the Williams Sound model number PPA T27
The PPA T27 shall be powered by a 24VAC power supply via a 5 pin DIN connector. It shall have a 75 Ohm F-connector antenna output. It shall have a Line-level, high impedance RCA, mono/unbalanced input. US Power Supply. *Note: The T27 transmitter is approved by the FCC for operation in U.S. markets. The transmitter cannot be used in all countries. Check with your government’s radio regulations for 72-76 MHz operation
The PPA T27 transmitter broadcasts a speaker’s voice, music program or audio service wirelessly up to 1000 feet to a listening audience. Audience participants can use the optional R37, R35-8 or any FM receiver operating on the 72-76 MHz frequency to pick up the broadcast. The speaker simply connects a microphone with a 3.5mm plug into the unit to broadcast their voice. Unit also can connect to a sound system through a line-level (RCA) jack to broadcast music or other audio service. Meets Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility requirements

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