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    Mini FM transmitter Mic Spy 60MHZ-128MHZ 9V 100hours

  • Categories:0.2W-1W / DIY PCB kit / FM Transmitter / Other / Products
  • Date:2011-03-03
  • Working Voltage:1.2V-----9V Working current:[email protected],[email protected] Use the 9V battery, can broadcast 100hours.package do not include the battery. Broadcast frequency rang:60MHZ----128MHZ, Frequency adjustable Before shipping, the we have adjusted the f ...
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Mini FM transmitter Mic Spy 60MHZ-128MHZ 9V 100hours




Working Voltage:1.2V—–9V
Working current:[email protected],[email protected]

Use the 9V battery, can broadcast 100hours.package do not include the battery.
Broadcast frequency rang:60MHZ—-128MHZ, Frequency adjustable
Before shipping, the we have adjusted the frequency to 94MHZ—-98MHZ.

Very small size, as small as a coin

Very high sensitivity, can hear the footsteps in the quiet room, can hear sound of the wind clearly in outside

Using a wire as the antenna, the antenna’s length can be appropriately increased or decreased accordiing the actual listening environment.

If you need to adjust the frquency, please adjust the green adjustable capacitor in the middle board.



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