The UCR411A receiver provides professional performance and a versatile feature set in a compact design for field and location production.
All settings are made from the front panel with a powerful LCD interface, making the unit ideal for use in Quad Paks, on sound carts, in portable bags and in rack mount multi-couplers. To alleviate interference problems in an increasingly congested RF spectrum, an RF spectrum analyzer is built into the receiver. The receiver tunes across its 25.6 MHz tuning range and records RF activity with markers on the LCD screen. Finding clear operating frequencies is a quick, simple process. The UCR411A is compatible with all 400 Series Lectrosonics wireless transmitters (and some other transmitter types) and can be powered with internal 9V batteries or external DC.
The mechanical design of the receiver combines field proven features developed over many years of experience in motion picture and television production markets. The machined aluminum housing and panels are surfaced with electrostatic powder coated and anodized finishes with laser etched markings to withstand the rigors of field production.
Digital Hybrid Wireless® (U.S. Patent #7,225,135)
256 selectable UHF frequencies
Auto-tracking front-end filters
DSP-based pilot tone
Graphics type backlit LCD display
Balanced XLR audio output
Internal batteries or external DC powering options
Compatiblity modes for use with analog transmitters
Operating Frequencies (MHz): Block 470: 470.100 - 495.600 Frequency Adjustment Range: 25.5 MHz in 100 kHz steps Receiver Type: Triple conversion; superhet IF frequencies: 244 MHz, 10.7 MHz and 300 kHz Frequency Stability: ±0.001 % Front end bandwidth: ±5.5 MHz, @ -3 dB Sensitivity: 20 dB Sinad: 0.9 uV (-108 dBm), A weighted, 60 dB Quieting: 1.12 uV (-105 dBm), A weighted AM rejection: >60 dB, 2 uV to 1 Volt Modulation acceptance: 85 kHz Image and spurious rejection: 85 dB Third order intercept: +8 dBm Diversity method: Phased antenna SmartDiversityTM FM Detector: Digital pulse counting detector operating at 300 kHz Antenna inputs: Dual BNC female jacks; 50 Ohm impedance Audio output: Rear panel XLR connector; can drive 600 Ohm, adjustable from -50 to +5 dBu in 1 dB steps (into nominal 10 k bal. load) Frequency Response: 32 Hz to 20 kHz (+/-1 dB) THD: 0.2% (typical) Input Dynamic Range: 125 dB (with full Tx limiting) Overall Latency (time delay): 3mS Audio Test Tone: 1 KHz, -50 to +5 dBu,