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TEAM System Base (50 charger)

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TEAM multio-charger case
Part #: TEAMSYSTEM-1B

The TEAM System Base is designed for customers monitoring a large number of subjects—up to 50 simultaneously—who want the convenience of a single, organized case for charging.

The system includes a large case that contains 50 charging stations, OmniSense software, gateway transmitter, repeater to extend range, and a barcode scanner.

Range extender for the ECHO system allows for far afield usage to cover the maximum amount of area on the market. Using four (4) ECHO Repeaters allow teams and users to measure up to over 4M2 feet live.

Barcode Scanner makes it easy to quickly assign and allocate participants and equipment in a hurry without touching the computer.

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