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[FMT-100L] V2016 87.5-108Mhz 0- 100W FM transmitter

US $560.00


FMT-30L 100w FM transmitter is a professional FM transmitter newly released. It’s featured by one button control for all functions. It has VSWR protection, temperature protection, RDS port, electronic volume adjusting,equipped with low pass filters. It’s applicable in many places, such as stadium, county radio station, community radio station, motel, public square,church, theater and so on.

Technical Specification

Functions and features:

-1 U-standard chassis

-Power up to 100 watts

-Using digital phase-locked loop frequency synthesizer (PLL) technology, ultra-high frequency stability.

-Have the standing wave protection, and overtemperature protection.

-Output power from 0 ~ 100W continuously adjustable

-Using the power lock feature

-Show the timely output power and various working status.

Electrical parameters:

RF part:

Operating frequency: 87.5 ~ 108MHz (step:100Khz)

Output power: 0-100Watt (continuously adjustable, step: 1W)

Output Impedance: 50 ohm

Spurious and harmonic radiation:-60db

Audio part:

Frequency response: 50 ~ 15KHz (3db)

Distortion: 0.2%

Left and right channel separation: 45db

LINE IN connector: RCA two-channel Cinch (stereo)

Power supply:

Rated working voltage:   AC 100-240V / 50/60Hz

Operation Attentions:

1. Make sure the antenna or the Load can be ground connected to transmitter

2. The power supply voltage must be within the allowed range.

3.Make sure the fan ventilation is good.

Package Include:

1*FMT-100L 100W FM transmitter
1*Power cord


With a good antenna the FM transmitter will broadcast better.  The transmission range depends on many factors. The true distance is based on the sensitivity of the receiver, antenna of the receiver, building and other obstructions which are between the transmitter and receiver. The distance will much more in open countryside.




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  • Model: FMT-100L
  • Shipping Weight: 5500g
  • 4 Units in Stock

This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 15 September, 2012.