IR Radiator IRR 6025
The infra-red radiator is used for transmitting channels from a sender source to participant receivers. It accomplishes this using infra-red light in the 0-10 MHz range using special diodes with a radiating angle of 40 degrees.
The ability to cover a whole space with the signal is dependent on the shape of the room, the surfaces of the walls and potential barriers (wide pillars, niches). Multiple radiators can be connected to one another using a coaxial cable. Multiple radiators are recommended for a uniform coverage of a room.