- About us
- Contact Us
The PPA T46 transmitter will broadcast a speaker’s voice or audio program on one of 17 available channels, 72-76 MHz, to listeners using PPA R38 or PPA R37 receivers. The unit features flexible microphone and auxiliary input jacks, push-button on/off/mute controls, channel lock and selectable compression. The T46 has the ability to operate in dual channel mode, allowing the user to easily switch between two different transmitting channels, each with its own set up parameters. An OLED screen displays current operating status and menu information. The PPA T46 operates up to 30 hours on two (2) AA Alkaline batteries, and up to 20 hours with two (2) NiMH batteries. It has recharge capability when used with Williams Sound drop-in chargers. Lightweight and portable, the PPA T46 will operate at a range of up to 150 feet (46m) from the listening audience. Ideal for providing hearing assistance to students in the classroom, tour group participants, employee training, business meetings and more.
Note: The Personal PA® system is approved by the FCC for operation in U.S. markets. The Personal PA® cannot be used in all countries. Check with your government´s radio regulations for 72 - 76 MHz operation.
- master & aux volume level
- mic mute
- settings lock
- battery level
4.1” L x 2.8” W x 1.1” D (104 mm x 71 mm x 28 mm)
2.6 oz (74 g), no batteries
Shatter-resistant PC/ABS plastic with textured scratch-resistant aluminum faceplate
Battery Type options:
Two (2) AA 1.5 V non-rechargeable Alkaline batteries (BAT 001-2), 75 mA nominal current drain, up to 30 hours battery life
Two (2) AA 1.5 V NiMH rechargeable batteries (BAT 026-2), 75 mA nominal current drain, up to 20 hours battery life per charge, recharges in 14–16 hours, uses CHG 3502 or CHG 3512 Charger
Selectable, 17 channels, 72.1 – 75.9 MHz*. Switchable 8 or 17 Channel Mode. (8-channel mode setting corresponds with PPA R35-8 receiver channels)
± .005%, frequency synthesized, crystal reference, PLL
Wide-band FM, 75 kHz peak, 75 µS pre-emphasis
80 mV/m at 3 m (max. allowed by FCC rules)
180 Hz to 13 kHz, ± 3 dB at 1% max. THD
65 dB (typical) transmitted
Integral with microphone cord
Electret type, 3.5 mm mono plug
OLED for status and menu information.
Status: Ch/Freq, Mic Audio Level, Auxiliary Input Audio Level, Battery Status, Mic Mute, Channel Lock, Dual-Preset mode.
Menu: Ch/Freq display mode select, Volume, Aux Input, Compression,
17 or 8-channel mode, screen time out, screen brightness, restore default settings
Momentary push button: push and hold 3 seconds for power On/Off, push and release for microphone mute On/Off. “Up”, “Down” and “Menu” buttons for accessing and changing transmitter settings. Battery type switch (Alkaline or NiMH) located behind the battery compartment door
Power LED - Green, flashes when battery is low
3.5 mm mono jack with electret mic bias, adjustable gain with
25 dB range
2.5 mm stereo jack, adjustable gain with 60 dB range
1:1 (off) or 2:1 (on) selectable in menu
PFM R31, PFM R32, PFM R33, PFM R36, PPA R35, PPA R37, PPA R35-8, PPA R1600,
FCC, Industry Canada, RoHS, WEEE
Lifetime PLUS Limited Warranty, 90 Days on most accessories.
The PPA T46 is FCC Part 15 compliant.
Effective July 11, 2016, the FCC has mandated tighter emissions limits on auditory assistance transmitters (72-76 MHz) manufactured or imported after this date to help avoid interference with and/or degradation of other airborne signals (All products manufactured prior to July 11, 2016, are compliant). Williams Sound FM transmitters – PPA T46, PPA T27 and PPA T45 (all models) – all have received a Grant of Certification from the FCC and are fully compliant/approved under this new mandate.
|PPA T46 Specifications||Specifications||English|
|FM Brochure - Low Res||Brochures||English|
|FM Brochure - High Res||Brochures||English|
|FM Frequency/Channel Chart||Technical Bulletins||English|
|PPA T46 User Manual Spanish||Manuals||Español|
|PPA T46 User Manual Portuguese (Brazil)||Manuals||Portuguese|
|PPA T46 User Manual English||Manuals||English|
|PPA T46 Quick Setup Guide||Manuals||English|
|Williams Sound: PPA T46|
A look at the new! PPA T46 body pack transmitter.