RayPak for Beltpack Transmitter
The RayPak for Beltpack Transmitter is used to send the signal from a TV presenter to the receiver over far longer distances than are possible with a low power beltpack wireless transmitter.
The RayPak is designed to be worn on a belt and can mount either vertically or horizontally, clipped into a backpack, or with the many optional fixings even to handlebars. A microphone or line level signal can be input via the 3 pin female XLR connector, and the antenna or antenna feeder cable are fitted to the BNC socket output. DC is input via a 4 pin XLR male connector.
This device is useful for any application where a radiomic on its own will not provide the coverage needed. Sports is the main application for instance for golf, cycling and tennis tournament coverage in particular where a wide area needs covering.
The RayPak is currently available for the Wisycom single and dual battery transmitters.
Versions for Lectrosonics, Shure and Sennheiser are available to order. Please contact us to discuss.
Power output is 1W for >30mW drive and 10mW drive produces 0.5W at the output
- Self contained high-power radio microphone
- Power supply 12Vdc nominal on 4 pin XLR chassis plug approx. 4W consumption
- Microphone or line input on 3 pin XLR chassis socket
- Power on LED indicator
- Easy open lid with cut-outs for access to internal transmitter
- RF Power output 1 Watt on BNC Female chassis socket
- TX compatibility: analogue and digital.
- (N.B. for digital use the power must be derated to 300mW)
- External Dimensions: 153 x 71 x 57mm
- As standard the Raypak is supplied with the amplifier and all internal cabling, but not the actual beltpack transmitter
- RF Power output up to 1W (300mW for digital radiomics)
- Various RF and DC cables as well as suitable antennas are available to order from Raycom