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Sennheiser ew 112-p G2
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Sennheiser ew 112-p G2 Evolution Wireless Video Portable Receiver with mini Clip Microphone

The ew 112-p G2 system is ideal for video recording theatre performances and presentations. The ME 2 clip-on microphone is virtually invisible. The extremely small SK 100 G2 bodypack transmitter and EK 100 G2 camera receiver feature nine frequency banks with four directly accessible presets each – ready for immediate use.

Features
1440 tunable UHF frequencies for interference-free reception
Absolutely reliable transmission and extended range due to high RF output power
Pilot tone squelch for eliminating RF interference when transmitter is turned off
Automatic frequency scan feature searches for available frequencies
Transmitter and receiver with rugged metal housings
Receiver features user-friendly menu operation via backlit display
Lock function avoids accidental changing of settings
HDX compander for crystal-clear sound
Transmitter and receiver feature “Low Battery” indicators
Mute function for the transmitter
Wide range of accessories adapts the system to any requirement

Delivery Includes
1 EK 100 G2 portable receiver
1 SK 100 G2 bodypack transmitter
1 ME 2 clip-on microphone (omni)
1 CL 1 jack cable
1 CL 100 XLR cable
1 camera adaptor
4 AA batteries
Operating instructions

Technical Data
Transmission/receiving frequencies 1440
Presets 4
Switching bandwidth 36 MHz
Peak deviation +/- 48 kHz
Compander HDX
Frequency response (microphone) 40.....18000 Hz
Signal-to-noise ratio > 110 dB(A)
THD, total harmonic distortion < 0,9 %
In compliance with ETS 300422 , ETS 300445 , CE , FCC
Audio-XLR connector 3,5 mm jack
Audio output level (balanced) +10 dBu max
Dimensions (Receiver) 82 x 64 x 24 mm
Weight (Receiver) 158 g
RF output power 30 mW
Operating time > 8 h
Input voltage range 1,8 V line
Input voltage range 2,4 V line
Dimensions (Transmitter) 82 x 64 x 24 mm
Weight (Transmitter) 158 g
Transducer; Microphone type elektret
AF sensitivity 20 mV/Pa
Sound pressure level (SPL) 130 dB(SPL) max.
Pick-up pattern omni- directional
Frequency response

Glossary
Transmission/receiving frequencies

Presets

Switching bandwidth
The frequency band in which frequencies can be switched directly.

Peak deviation
Maximum permissible deviation for FM.

Compander
Also known as noise reduction system. A system which improves the signal-to-noise ratio by compressing the dynamics on the transmitter side using a compressor, and subsequently restores the normal dynamics on the receiver side using an expander.

Frequency response (microphone)
The frequency response of a microphone is given within the limits defined by the manufacturer. In studio condenser microphones it is generally within the range of between 20 Hz and 20 kHz.

Signal-to-noise ratio
The signal-to-noise ratio is the difference between the reference sound level of 94 dB (equivalent to 1 Pa) and the equivalent noise level. Studio condenser microphones generally have a signal-to-noise ratio of 74 to 64 dB (CCIR) or 84 to 74 dB(A).

THD, total harmonic distortion
Total harmonic distortion is a measure of non-linear harmonic distortion and is given in %.

Example headphones:
Non-linear harmonic distortions are signals which were not present in the original before the signal was converted by the headphones. These unwanted signals are caused by the diaphragm, whose movements do not precisely move in time with the electric signals that cause it to move. Unfortunately, this is a feature of all electroacoustic transducers. Although it cannot be completely eliminated, suitable steps can be taken to minimise it. However, the user is not interested in why this distortion takes place but in how great the level of distortion must be for it to become perceptible. According to the findings of several research projects, a total harmonic distortion of 1% in the frequency range of 100 to 2000 Hz is imperceptible. Below 100 Hz, the perceptibility threshold lies at 10%.

In compliance with
Gives the guidelines and requirements which have to be met before a unit can be put onto the market. Such guidelines are published by e.g. standards committees, telecommunications authorities etc.

Audio-XLR connector
The most common connector for connecting microphones to amplifiers or mixing consoles or for linking audio units in the studio (usually 3-pin XLR connectors). XLR-3 connectors are also used for digital audio signals (AES/EBU).
In addition to audio applications, multi-pin XLR connectors are used for supplying power to e.g. ENG cameras.

Audio output level (balanced)
Logarithmic value of the audio output voltage based on a standard reference value. A balanced circuit or connection uses separate signal lines for sending a signal, returning the signal and ground (3-pole connection).

Dimensions (Receiver)

Weight (Receiver)

RF output power
Output power measured at the antenna socket.

Operating time
States how long a unit can be continuously used with one set of batteries / rechargeable accupack.

Input voltage range
Indicates the voltage range of the input signal within which a unit will work properly, i.e. as specified in its technical data.

Input voltage range
Indicates the voltage range of the input signal within which a unit will work properly, i.e. as specified in its technical data.

Dimensions (Transmitter)

Weight (Transmitter)

Transducer; Microphone type

AF sensitivity
Specification used for judging the quality of acoustic transducers. A given sound pressure level will generate a certain voltage and vice versa.

Sound pressure level (SPL)
Due to the impractical numerical values, the sound pressure is usually given as the logarithmic value of the sound pressure level according to the equation: dB SPL = 20 x log (po / 0.00002 Pa). The abbreviation SPL (sound pressure level) is added in order to make a clear distinction from other uses of dB. The reference sound pressure, which is at the same time the threshold of hearing, is then 0 dB SPL. The threshold of pain is 140 dB SPL. A difference in the sound pressure level of 1 dB is just about perceptible, while a doubling of the sound pressure corresponds to 6 dB and a doubling of the volume corresponds to a rise of 10 dB.

Pick-up pattern
Also known as polar pattern, directivity. According to their acoustic design, microphones differ in their sensitivity towards sound from different directions. Pressure microphones have a sensitivity that is largely independent of direction (omni-directional pick-up pattern). Pressure gradient microphones have the pick-up patterns wide cardioid, cardioid, super-cardioid or figure-of-eight. Interference microphones can be used to achieve a further concentration of the pick-up pattern (lobar pick-up pattern). As a special case, dummy head microphones achieve the pick-up pattern of the human ear/head (dummy head stereo).

Glossary

Recommended Accessories
Description Product Article No.
System case CC 2 09826

Hard case for complete evolution wireless G2 Sets.

Antenna booster AB 2-A 09817

UHF antenna booster, provides 10 dB gain to improve RF signal strength when several evolution wireless receivers are used with one pair of antennas and the passive ASP 2 antenna splitter.
Frequency range 518 - 554 MHz

Antenna booster AB 2-B 09818

UHF antenna booster, provides 10 dB gain to improve RF signal strength when
several evolution wireless receivers are used with one pair of antennas and the
passive ASP 2 antenna splitter.
Frequency range 626 - 662 MHz

Antenna booster AB 2-C 09819

UHF antenna booster, provides 10 dB gain to improve RF signal strength when several evolution wireless receivers are used with one pair of antennas and the passive ASP 2 antenna splitter.
Frequency range 740 - 776 MHz

Antenna booster AB 2-D 09820

UHF antenna booster, provides 10 dB gain to improve RF signal strength when several evolution wireless receivers are used with one pair of antennas and the passive ASP 2 antenna splitter.
Frequency range 786 - 822 MHz

Antenna booster AB 2-E 09821

UHF antenna booster, provides 10 dB gain to improve RF signal strength when several evolution wireless receivers are used with one pair of antennas and the passive ASP 2 antenna splitter.
Frequency range 830 - 866 MHz

Antenna Splitter ASP 2 09824

Passive 2 x 1 : 4 antenna splitter. The ASP 2 allows a single pair of antennas to feed up to four EM 500 G2, EM 300 G2 or EM 100 G2 receivers. Incorporates DC distribution for distributing the DC supply voltage of the NT 1 power supply unit to up to four receivers. By combining two ASP 2, an 8-channel system can be operated with only two antennas.

Active Combiner AC 2 09822

Active 4:1 antenna combiner for combining the transmission signals of up to four SR 300 IEM G2 wireless monitor transmitters onto a single antenna. The transmitters are powered via the antenna combiner and the NT 3 power supply unit.

DC adapter DC 2 09827

6-18V DC adapter for external power supply of evolution wireless series bodypack transmitters and camera receivers. The adapter can be inserted into the battery compartment. The cable is open-ended.

19"-Rackadapter GA 2 09823

19"-Rackadapter für die Rackmontage von ein oder zwei
EM 100 G2, EM 300 G2, EM 500 G2 und SR 300 IEM G2

Antenna front mount kit AM 2 09912

Antenna front mount for connecting the antennas of EM 100 G2, EM 300 G2, EM 500 G2 receivers or SR 300 IEM G2 transmitters to the front of the rack. To be used in combination with the GA 2 rack mount.

Mains unit (EU version) NT 1 04786

Plug-in mains unit for the ASP 2 antenna splitter or charger L 2015.
Output voltage: 12 V DC
Output current: 1.5 A

Mains unit (UK version) NT 1-UK 04787

Plug-in mains unit for the ASP 2 antenna splitter or charger L 2015.
Output voltage: 12 V DC
Output current: 1.5 A

Mains unit (120V-Version) NT 1-120 04788

Plug-in mains unit for the ASP 2 antenna splitter or charger L 2015.
Output voltage: 12 V DC
Output current: 1.5 A

Mains unit (EU-Version) NT 3 04863

Plug-in mains unit for the AC 2 antenna splitter or charger L 2015.
Output voltage: 12 V DC
Output current: 2.5 A

Mains unit (UK-Version) NT 3-UK 04864

Plug-in mains unit for the AC 2 antenna splitter or charger L 2015.
Output voltage: 12 V DC
Output current: 2.5 A

Mains unit (120V-Version) NT 3-120 04865

Plug-in mains unit for the AC 2 antenna splitter or charger L 2015.
Output voltage: 12 V DC
Output current: 2.5 A

Rechargeable battery pack BA 2015 09950

The BA 2015 rechargeable battery pack powers bodypack transmitters and portable receivers of the evolution wireless G2 Series. It contains two rechargeable NiMH cells and is inserted into the battery compartment instead of two standard AA cells. The battery pack features an integrated sensor which indicates the battery status, monitors temperature during recharging and avoids the charging of non-rechargeable batteries.

Charging unit L 2015 09928

The L 2015 quick-charging unit automatically recharges two Sennheiser BA 2015 rechargeable battery packs. The battery packs are either inserted directly into the charger or remain in their bodypack transmitters/receivers of the evolution wireless G2 300 and 500 Series.

Guitar cable CI 1-N 05021

Guitar cable for SK 100, SK 300 and SK 500.
Connector: 1 / 4 " (6.3 mm) jack plug.

Line cable CL 1-N 04840

Line cable for SK 100, SK 300 and SK 500.
Connector: XLR-3, female.

Clip-on microphone, omni-directional ME 2-N 05018

Clip-on microphone for SK 100, SK 300 and SK 500, condenser, omni-directional.

Headset, super-cardioid ME 3-N 05019

Headmic for SK 100, SK 300 and SK 500, condenser, super-cardioid.

Clip-on microphone, cardioid ME 4-N 05020

Clip-on microphone for SK 100, SK 300 and SK 500, condenser, cardioid.

Passive, omni-directional antenna A 1031-U 04645

Passive omni-directional antenna. Transmitting and receiving antenna for frequencies between 450 and 960 MHz.

Active, directional antenna A 12AD-UHF

Active directional antenna.
Frequency range: 450-960 MHz
Apex angle: approx. 100°
Front-to-back ratio: =14 dB
Gain: approx. 10 dB

UHF-Richtantenne A 2003-UHF 03658

Active directional antenna, Transmitting and receiving antenna for frequencies between 450 and 960 MHz.

Camera adapter CA 2 09986

Windscreen MZW 1 04839

Windscreen for evolution wireless SKM 100, SKM 300 and SKM 500 handheld transmitters.

Variant
Product Article No.
EW 112-p G2-B 09582

Frequency range 626...662 MHz

EW 112-p G2-C 09583

Frequency range 740...776 MHz

EW 112-p G2-D 09584

Frequency range 786...822 MHz

EW 112-p G2-E 09585

Frequency range 830...866 MHz

EW 112-p G2-A 09581

Frequency range 518...554 MHz

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Product Specifiations

Transmission/receiving frequencies 1440
Presets 4
Switching bandwidth 36 MHz
Peak deviation +/- 48 kHz
Compander HDX
Frequency response (microphone) 40.....18000 Hz
Signal-to-noise ratio > 110 dB(A)
THD, total harmonic distortion < 0,9 %
In compliance with ETS 300422 , ETS 300445 , CE , FCC
Audio-XLR connector 3,5 mm jack
Audio output level (balanced) +10 dBu max
Dimensions (Receiver) 82 x 64 x 24 mm
Weight (Receiver) 158 g
RF output power 30 mW
Operating time > 8 h
Input voltage range 1,8 V line
Input voltage range 2,4 V line
Dimensions (Transmitter) 82 x 64 x 24 mm
Weight (Transmitter) 158 g
Transducer; Microphone type elektret
AF sensitivity 20 mV/Pa
Sound pressure level (SPL) 130 dB(SPL) max.
Pick-up pattern omni- directional

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