Category: Eating Disabilities

Audex Infrared Home Transmitter (Model H-Trans)

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The Audex Infrared Home Transmitter, model H-TRANS, is a transmitter for infrared amplification devices for persons who are hard of hearing. This compact unit provides for improved listening of any auditory signal. It is equipped for auxiliary and microphone input, and compatible with any auditory source found in the home, including stereos, televisions, intercoms, dictation equipment, and live voice communication. Both the auxiliary and microphone inputs may be transmitted simultaneously, providing ocmmunication with two sources at once. The Audex Automatic Gain Control feature gives constant transmission strength regardless of the level of the input to the unit. This unit is available for purchase separately, or with other components of the Audex Infrared Home System (see separate entries). DIODES: 20 degree 940 nM infrared transmitting type. Maximum power dissipation is 100mw per diode. There are 12 diodes total; 6 each on two pivoting pods to cover a large listening area. FREQUENCY: Response is 100 to 18,000 hertz. CARRIER FREQUENCY: 95 KHz. DISTORTION: Typically less than 2 percent. POWER: 110 volt, 60 hertz using a 16 volt, 700mA. 16 volt 10VA.

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Audex, Inc.
Audex, Inc. Organization Type: 
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Email address: cbeatty@audex.com
Phone: 800-237-0716
Fax: 903-660-2892
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
903-660-0283
Web Address: 
http://www.audex.com
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Deaf & Hard Of Hearing, Recreation, Communication