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Lectrosonics Bows RPS4 Power Supply

New power supply is aimed for use with Lectro’s transmitters and receivers.

Rio Rancho, NM (September 7, 2018)—Lectrosonics has unveiled its new RPS4, a universal DC power supply with redundant internal supply modules.

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A 12V DC source for low-voltage devices such as wireless microphone receivers, IEM transmitters, IFB transmitters, and audio signal processing equipment, the unit is intended for use in numerous applications and is said to be a companion to the company’s Venue and Venue 2 receivers, Duet M2T transmitters, and IFBT4 IFB transmitters.

The 1RU chassis eliminates the need for a separate power strip with individual DC supplies for each device. The RPS4 supplies four 12 V DC thread-locking (LZR type) taps, each providing up to 1.5 Amps. Two internal power supplies and two temperature controlled fans operate in a failover mode for an automatic backup in the event one of them fails.

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Individual 2A automotive blade-type fuses protect each 12 V tap from overload or direct short. The unit can be powered by 100 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz. Output DC ripple is said to be less than 20 mV. The unit ships with both two 12-inch and two 18-inch DC supply cables.

The Lectrosonics RPS4 has an MSRP of $2,290.

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