Sennheiser EK 3241 True Diversity Receiver
Sennheiser’s EX 3241 is a miniature true diversity receiver designed for use with digital ENG camcorders.
The EK 3241 has a switching bandwidth of 36 MHz and frequencies that can be tuned in steps of 5 kHz, making this true-diversity receiver the perfect partner for Sennheiser’s current transmitter models SKM 5200 and SK 5212.
Frequency-agile products are in greater demand than ever as frequency resources become increasingly scarce. Sennheiser have therefore developed a new tuner module for this true-diversity camera receiver and given the lightweight EK 3241 (200g) the capacity for reliable, flexible RF wireless transmission: 32 customer frequenci3es have already been programmed within the switching bandwidth of 36 MHz; in addition the user is free to program and store another 20 frequencies in steps of 5 kHz into the user bank.
The EX 3241 can be easily and intuitively operated with a completely new user interface, which is similar to that of the SK 5212 body pack transmitter. The extremely reliable EK 3214 displays the battery status of the transmitter in detail and is housed in a full-metal, weatherproof case.
The EK 3241 can be inserted into the slot-in facility or most camcorders using mounting kits available:
Sony slot in mounting kit- GA-3041-15
Panasonic slot in mounting kit – GA3041-25
The EK 3241 can also be used with cameras without a slot in facility using the GA 3041-C
slot-in housing. To power from battery the
B battery adapter should be used in conjunction with the GA 3041-C.
EK 3241 Key Features:
Extremely compact and robust all-metal housing
Special protection against the ingress of moisture and therefore suitable for outdoor applications
Mounting kits available for all current professional camcorders
Power supply via camcorder or GA 3041-B
User-friendly, menu-assisted operation via LC display
High operational reliability due to true diversity reception
HiDyn plusTM noise reduction system
Up to 32 preset receiving frequencies
36 MHz switching bandwidth
Frequencies tunable in steps of 5 kHz
Signal-to-noise ratio >110 dBS/N.