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An easy-to-use RDS/RBDS Encoder with the versatility of dual-mode operation. The simple “static” mode does not utilize a host computer, nor does it require any user programming.
As many as 15 separate “frames” (complete sets of IDs, flags and messages) are factory-programmed into the 710’s non-volatile memory. With the touch of a button or by remote command, any data frame may be selected and instantly sent-out over the air.
European CENELEC and United States NRSC standards supported through appropriate software versions.
Static Mode: 0A, 1B, 2A, 6A, 15B
Dynamic Mode: 1A, 1B, 2A, 4A, 6A, 10A, 15A, 15B
PI, PS, PTY, TP, AF, TA, DI, M/S,PIN, RT, IH, CT
Unity-gain; 1V-10Vp-p, relative to 100% (±75kHz) carrier modulation.
Unbalanced-bridging, 600-ohmterminating, or 75-ohmterminating; selected by internal jumpering.
“Zero-impedance” voltage source, 75-ohm source impedance, or 600 ohm source impedance; selected by internal jumpering.
Continuously adjustable between 1% and 10% of total carrier modulation.
Encoder accepts TTL logic, NPN transistor saturation, or switch contact closure to ground to add selected frame(s) to the autosequence routine.
The 1-byte-wide parallel data bus (DB-25 connector) may be cabled directly to the LPT (parallel) port of an IBM-compatible computer for dynamic, on-line control of the 710 Encoder.
105–130VAC or 210–255VAC, 50/60Hz; 15 watts
1¾”H x 19”W x 7”D (1U); 7 lbs (shipping)