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RF Secondary Transmitter, 110VAC
- Item # 2LMU8
- Mfr. Model # 42337
- UNSPSC # 44103201
- Catalog Page # 2151
- Shipping Weight 2.2 lbs.
- Item RF Secondary Transmitter
- Mount Wall or Ceiling
- Shape Rectangle
- Case Material Metal
- Case Color Black
- Connector Type Wireless
- Voltage 110VAC
- Frequency 902-928MHz
- Width 6-1/2"
- Depth 1-3/4"
- Height 5"
- Features Continuously broadcast time signal between 902MHz-928MHz (128 signaling channels) to unlimited number of analog or digital clocks with no interference, Automatically adjusts for Daylight Savings Time & power outages, No FCC site license required
- For Use With Pyramid TimeTrax(TM) Sync RF Primary Transmitter & wall clocks
- Includes TimeTrax(TM) Sync RF Wireless Wall Mount Transmitter, Antenna, Transformer with 6ft cord, Cat 5 Cable
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This item is restricted for international sale.
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