Classroom Infrared Emitter



The Classroom Infrared Emitter is designed to provide simultaneous listening for a classroom or simulation lab full of students. Many institutions find value in utilizing the Classroom Infrared Emitter with high priced manikins and simulators, allowing each student greater interaction with the sounds of the manikin or simulator.

 

The Classroom Infrared Emitter is often used with SAM, the Student Auscultation Manikin 3rd Generation and Harvey, the Cardiology Patient Manikin. The Classroom Infrared Emitter can be utilized by any manikin or simulator with a sounds output.

 

Up to 30 students can interact with the Classroom Infrared Emitter while wearing HeartMan Infrared Headphones. The Classroom Infrared Emitter is line-operated. The sound clarity is very similar to a standard stethoscope.

The Classroom Infrared Emitter should be used with the Heartman Infrared Headphone

 

  • Features
 

An added feature for the Classroom Infrared Emitter is the ability to connect up to two additional CIEs to increase room coverage. Up to 30 to 90 students can interact with the Classroom Infrared Emitter while wearing HeartMan Infrared Headphones. The Classroom Infrared Emitter is line-operated. The sound clarity is very similar to a standard stethoscope.

  • Ability to connect up to two additional CIEs to increase room covereage

  • Excellent sound quality

  • Small amd compact

  • Inexpensive

  • Large number of applications

  • Easy to set up and use

  • Available for large and small auditoriums

  • Brand new look


Classroom Infrared Emitter

The Classroom Infrared Emitter is designed to provide simultaneous listening for a classroom or simulation lab full of students. Many institutions find value in utilizing the Classroom Infrared Emitter with high priced manikins and simulators, allowing each student greater interaction with the sounds of the manikin or simulator.

Product Details

Catalog #:718-0015



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