Wireless Power in Rack: Palmer PWT 06 19" Multiple Power Supply
The Palmer PWT 06 features six isolated 5.5 x 2.1 mm power sockets that deliver 1000 mA each. An output voltage of 9, 12 or 18 VDC can be selected for each connection; the polarity can also be set individually. Two-coloured LEDs on the front panel indicate the correct supply voltage or possible improper settings. The PWT 06 is designed primarily for wireless systems and up until now is the only 19" power supply on the market that can supply DC current to up to 12 wireless receivers, e.g., the Sennheiser EM100G3, AKG 4500SET, Shure ULXP4, Line6 XDV75 or the receivers from LD Systems.
The Palmer PWT 06 Multiple Power Supply comes complete with six Y DC cables that can supply power to two devices each via one output and a strain relief bar for organising and securing the cables.
The Palmer PWT 06 is available at a price of € 398,00 RRP.
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Adam Hall GmbH
Since starting out more than thirty years ago, Palmer Germany has established itself on an international scale as one of the best known secrets in the music and audio industry. When local musicians needed repairs by qualified technicians, custom modifications to their instruments and amplifiers or special "little helpers" unavailable from any manufacturer, they turned to Palmer first.
Through these close contacts with working professionals, Palmer gained valuable insight into what is really important to musicians and audio technicians - maximum sound quality, reliable functionality, and precision down to the very last detail. On this basis, Palmer began producing its own products, which established the Palmer brand both in Germany and worldwide and are used by leading musicians and technicians on stage and in the studio. This tradition continues today with our highly specialized audio tools, the innovative design of the DREI, and unique product optimisations.
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