Description. The SL-5 SuperSlot Wireless and Powering System provide wireless power and audio connection for standard slot-in interconnections and higher audio control and monitoring capability when used with compatible receivers. The Powering System SL-5b is designed for general, commercial and/or system applications where multiple outlets are needed. It includes a SL-mount receiver that is compatible with most SL-mount connectors on the market.
The radio transmitters in most SL-type products provide a variety of transmission speeds and channels. The Powering System provides five transmitter channels and three receive channels. It has built-in station identification that allows quick and simple identification of the systems by looking at the monitor display. You can also monitor up to twenty system channels on the web browser on the superslot’s website.
Features. The Powering System comes in a full-range radio system that includes: (a) standard CB radio channels; (b) seven channels of low-frequency radio waves; (c) fifty analog channels including: (a) emergency weather alerts; (e) voice announcements; (f) control and keypad access for convenience; and (g) an optional hands-free kit with transmitter and receiver, for hands-free operation. In addition, superslot it also has optional MRC-style (low-frequency radio) -alternating multiple-band channels for use with satellite and receiver systems. There are three Firm Mode RF modules that offer fast and accurate synchronization with the satellites. In addition, the Powering System has built-in support for PLL codes and TCPS signals.
The above features are presented to help you get the most out of your superslot product when interfacing standard equipment with digital devices and digital-to-analog converters. With this in mind, let’s take a look at how the open wireless control standard allows for such compatibility. The superslot receivers have been designed and tested using the open standards set forth by the Wireless RF Compliance Solutions Association (WRCA).
Accessing open wireless standard modes requires the use of transceivers (transceivers must be purchased separately). The use of a transceiver is simple: one connects it to the superslot’s bus and the other connects it to the host. Most receivers will connect to both bus and host at once. The Bus Transfer Function (BTFS) transmits data to the host and aBSS mode broadcasts transmit data back to the host. However, the open standard requires the use of a BTFS/BSSR type transceiver and not the MRC type. Thus, most superslot will only support the MRC types of transmissions.
Some of the most commonly used open wireless control interfacing standard modes include MRC/MNCR, iBSS and BBSS. MRC stands for multi-mode repeater while NCR stands for non-crossoverable repeater. The iBSS network is capable of supporting either bidirectional or point-to-point operation and the network can support bidirectional or single-mode operation. In addition, most superslot will also support MSA compliant iBSS and BBSS networks.
One major benefit that most manufacturers enjoy with their OEMs is compatibility with existing products including their audio connectivity receivers. The SBCs provided by the superslot allow compatibility with most of the audio connectivity systems currently available in the market. Also, most SBCs allow for manual configuration and manual termination of the signals. This eliminates most of the problems that come with factory-made products, while ensuring maximum compatibility.
For those who will be connecting the SBC to power a home entertainment system, the SBC provides an easy way to connect the devices to the appropriate power source. This includes power stripping, device grounding and protection of the connections between the SBC and its respective components. All of this eliminates potential ground loops, which can lead to interference and possible damage to the electronic devices when they are being operated outdoors. A ground loop can damage your device’s because it makes the voltage on the power lines fluctuate and lead to short circuits.
Another feature provided by the superslot is firmware updates. This ensures that you receive timely firmware updates and perform future updates seamlessly and efficiently. With the latest firmware update, the SBC can emulate several additional wireless audio channels, allowing you to connect your home theater PC or laptop to up to nine computers. Users can also configure additional input and output peripherals, such as microphones and speakers.
The superslot’s multi-band output features eight optical outputs with five front-facing stereo channels. These receivers offer flexible options in selecting the appropriate locations for input and output. They are compatible with most major brands of microphone and headset manufacturers, including Phillips, Logitech, Yamaha and iHome. You can also add additional receivers, such as the iHome iSN Booth Plus 8-Band Mobilephone, to the list of compatible manufacturers.
The SBC includes a built-in power control display and user interface that is simple to operate. The SBC includes an intuitive user interface and easy menu operation, making setting up the SBC an easy process. The monitor transmitter battery requires approximately two hours to charge fully, and users can connect the system to their computer for charging through the USB port. The monitor transmitter battery should be recharged after at least three months of regular use.