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RE-2 PRO Bodypack

WTU-2 Bodypack Transmitter

  • RE-2 PRO Bodypack
  • RE-2 PRO Bodypack
  • RE-2 PRO Bodypack
  • RE-2 PRO Bodypack
  • RE-2 PRO Bodypack
The WTU-2 is a compact metal bodypack for the RE-2 system. Automatically compatible with the Telex RSB-2 mute switch for football applications, the WTU-2 features selectable RF output power and rechargeable AA battery operation with optional BH-200 charger.
Frequency Band Estimator
  • Cast magnesium construction
  • Flat steel beltclip
  • Two AA batteries with NiMH rechargeable option
  • Exclusive EV Guitar optimization mode
  • 5mW or 50mW transmit power
  • Compatible with RSB-2 referee mute switch
  • TA4 connector for all EV mic options
  • “Blackberry Proof”
Antennas External ¼ wave detachable
Battery Life 8 hours with Alkaline typical
Case Material Cast Magnesium
Connector Type TA4M
Displays Group/Channel, Frequency or Battery Level
Power Requirement 9V Battery
RF Output 5 mW or 50 mW selectable
Height 94 mm (3.7")
Width 66 mm (2.6")
Depth 23 mm (0.91")
BH-200

BH-200

Two Bay Battery Charger
BPA

BPA

¼ Wave Flex Bodypack Antenna
RE90Tx

RE90Tx

Omni-Directional Lavalier Microphone
RE920

RE920

Horn and Instrument Microphone
RE92Tx

RE92Tx

Directional Lavalier Microphone
RE97-2Tx

RE97-2Tx

Two Sided Micro-Headworn Condenser Microphone
RE97TX

RE97TX

Micro-Headworn Condenser Microphone
RSB-2

RSB-2

Referee Mute Switch

RE-2 Pro Systems are available in the following bandwidths. The from and to frequency numbers shown below represent the lower and upper limits of the system tuning bandwidth.

Frequency Spread NTSC TV Channel Orientation
Band From To Lower (from) Upper (to)
A 648.000 MHz 676.000 MHz 43 48
G 614.000 MHz 642.000 MHz 38 42

Selecting the proper system tuning bandwidth for your local area is very important to successful wireless microphone system performance. Please make sure to use our automated frequency band selector to help in choosing the most appropriate bandwidth for your area.
Use the Frequency Band Selector

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