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New ECRESO FM 10KW Transmitter Gets Euro Debut at IBC 2016

  Sep 8, 2016

WorldCast Systems is set to unveil the new Ecreso FM 10kW Transmitter, a powerful new system with an innovative design, to European broadcasters at IBC 2016

The latest and most powerful FM Transmitter in the new generation of Ecreso, this 10kW system is based around a fully digital FM modulator that enables excellent audio purity and hosts a wide range of useful built-in features such as audio back-up, RDS and Stereo encoding and an FM limiter with MPX power control.  However, it is the reliability, redundancy and overall efficiency of the new Ecreso FM 10kW that really make it stand-out from the competition.


As solid as a 1+1, the Ecreso FM 10kW Transmitter is based on an intelligent design that provides 1+1 levels of reliability. The Power amplifiers, power supplies and even the fan modules are fully hot swappable and redundant and a completely passive 6-way coupler ensures that, should one of the amplifiers suffer a fault, the transmitter can stay on-air with minimum power loss indefinitely until the fault is rectified. For peace of mind, the system can be supplied with a warranty of up to 10 years.


The highly efficient, self-monitoring power supplies contribute to an overall transmitter system efficiency of up to 76%, the highest available in today’s FM broadcast market.


Commenting on the forthcoming launch of the new 10kW, Gregory Mercier, Product Manager for Ecreso, said, “We are excited to show off this truly amazing new 10kW FM Transmitter to our friends, customers and dealers in the industry. There have been phenomenal efforts from our R&D team to make this a truly outstanding product in terms of ease of use, ease of maintenance and ease of control as well as the 3 key pillars of transmitter development: reliability, reliability and reliability!”


The Ecreso FM 10kW Transmitter will be center-stage on the WorldCast Systems’ stand 8.B60 at IBC from 9th-13th September, 2016.