The IFB200 can be used as either a transmitter or receiver. As a transmitter, it sends IFB audio, timecode and remote control commands to TRX digital recording wireless transmitters and ERX receivers. It can also be used to monitor audio from a QRX or any other ZaxNet transmitter. The signals are carried on a single RF channel over a 2.4 GHz signal and can be used license-free in almost every country with an IFB audio range of approximately 100 feet and an IFB timecode and remote control range of approximately 400 feet. The front has a graphic LCD screen showing timecode and transmitter status. The IFB200 has a built-in 2-channel mixer for combining two separate channels into a mono transmission signal.
The IFB200 can be used in an array of applications - sound cart, sound bag, studio or on the side of your video camera.
Send high quality audio & timecode to any ZaxNet receiver
Never worry about not being redundant, with the IFB200 you've always got a timecode stamped 2-channel backup
TRX's & ZFR's getting out of hand? Remotely change frequency, input level gain, output power levels and record status right from the palm of your hand
WHAT IS ZAXNET?
ZaxNet is a wireless network that runs on a user selectable 2.4 GHz RF signal. ZaxNet is used for the distribution of timecode, IFB audio and metadata. That same ZaxNet signal is also is used to control TRX wireless transmitters.
ZaxNet gives you the ability to control any Zaxcom TRX wireless remotely, so there is no need to approach talent and fumble with a transmitter anymore. You can remotely change the
frequency, pre-amp gain, transmitter output power and have the ability to place
the transmitter's built-in recorder into record, playback and stop modes. All TRX transmitters also receive timecode for the built-in recorder via ZaxNet.
ZaxNet will also distribute audio, timecode and metadata over the same ZaxNet 2.4GHz frequency. This allows you to send timecode and audio throughout your set. An ERX-TCDwill receive Zaxnet and simultaneously output frame accurate timecode and audio. So an ERX-TCD mounted on a camera or digital slate will keep everything in perfect sync since the ERX will be constantly be re-jamming its timecode via ZaxNet. Another option is to use the ERX-TCD to simultaneously feed both timecode as well as a mono audio track to any camera (even if the camera does not have a timecode input).
An ERX body pack receiver can also be used on set for anyone to monitor audio via the same ZaxNet signal. Not only can you use an ERX for monitoring audio but it can also aid in taking script notes since the LCD on the ERX can display timecode, user bits, and scene and take information.