MiPro ACT-32T Bodypack Transmitter, MiPro ACT-32T Bodypack Transmitter for use with MiPro ACT receiver.
Miniature, compact design.
Top features mute switch, mini-XLR connector and antenna.
Backlit LCD displays various parameters and indicators.
Unique battery cover design provides easy access to operational controls and protects against accidental change of settings.
Connector for optional MJ-70 remote mute switch cable.
Low spurious PLL-synthesized technology enhances frequency stability and reliability.One-touch ACT syncs the transmitter and receiver frequency automatically.
Selectable impedance for microphone or guitar/line inputs.
4-pin mini XLR connector is compatible with all MIPRO lavalier, headworn microphones and instrument cable.
Highly efficient power consumption circuitry ensures long operating hours from 2 AA batteries.
Adjustable belt clip allows wearing transmitter in up or down position.
Housing: Rugged Plastic
Frequency Range: 863~865 MHz
Bandwidth: 24 MHz
Oscillation Mode: PLL Synthesized
Number of Channels: 16
Channel Set-up: ACT Sync
LCD Display: LCD displays working band-code, group, channel, frequency, AF input gain, RF output power, mute & lock status, battery status and error codes.
RF Output Power: 10 mW / 50 mW switchable
Deviation: (country dependent)
Spurious Emissions: < ±40kHz
Max. Input Level: <-55dBc
Mute Connector: 0dBV
Battery: Optional MJ-70 remote mute switch
Dimensions(W × H × D): 2 AA alkaline
Weight: 63 × 82 × 22 mm (2.5 × 3.2 × 0.9 ")
Patents & Approvals: Approx. 81 g (2.9 oz), excluding batteries
Notes: Refer to actual product in the event of product description discrepancy.
Frequency range and maximum deviation comply with the regulations of different countries.
Channel 70 Plan
All frequencies within DR70 are deregulated for license-free use.
Due to the nature of this band we cannot guarantee completely interference-free use in all areas. Care should be taken during setup to ensure the clearest channel is selected
Channels marked * are the standard fixed frequencies currently available for MIPRO UK UHF systems
Channels marked ** are random frequencies chosen only to give the user alternative channels to use in cases of interference.
As the deregulated band is so small there are some caveats to operating more than one transmitter/ receiver.
It is not possible to run more than 3 systems in this band.
Groups of 3 that will work together are shown above as Group A / B / C
Caveats to operation when using multiple transmitters :
A: Minimum distance between transmitters to achieve 3 units with interference-free operation is 2 metres
B: Minimum distance between transmitters to achieve 3 units with interference-free operation is 5 metres
C: Minimum distance between transmitters to achieve 3 units with interference-free operation is 2 metres
A: If only 2 units are required then use CH3 and CH4 or CH3 and CH5 (No minimum distance restriction).
B: If only 2 units are required then use CH6 and CH7 or CH6 and CH8 (No minimum distance restriction).
C: If only 2 units are required then use CH9 and CHA or CH9 and CHB (No minimum distance restriction).
Please note that the transmitter works with a 1KHz Pilot Tone key, so cannot guarantee correct operation with older
receivers, to be safe please use Transmitters that are listed / shown below in the related items.
However tests that J.P. Leisure have tried do seem to work with the older Mipro
101U fixed range base units - ie 863.3MHz, 863.9MHz & 864.8MHz