The new Maxiva PMTX-1 is a completely autonomous outdoor transmitter system. Housed in a fully environmentally sealed enclosure, the PMTX-1 includes many options, allowing configuration flexibility for many applications.
The unit can be configured as a Transmitter. Waste heat is efficiently dissipated through the metal housing and heat sink; there is no active cooling or fans. This makes it possible to mount the unit on a variety of structures, including towers, legs, poles or building walls. For regions with extreme weather conditions, options are available for ambient temperatures up to +50 °C (122 °F) and down to -40 °C (-40 °F).
The compact dimensions (429 W x 280 D x 503 H mm) of the Maxiva PMTX-1 chassis are key to this unique design, allowing installation on a wide variety of exterior posts or mast structures. Access is through a locked and sealed door.
The sealed metal housing of the PMTX-1 has been designed to efficiently remove heat from internal circuits. The unique design of the PMTX-1 provides a high level of installation versatility, allowing it to be installed on virtually any suitable outdoor structure.