The SBC250 Networked Charging Station allows up to two ULXD6 or ULXD8
transmitters that are equipped with the SB900A rechargeable battery to
be charged quickly and conveniently. Transmitters simply slide into the
charger; it is not necessary to remove the SB900A battery. Bi-color LEDs
indicate charging status. When connected to a network, the charging
status of each transmitter can be viewed remotely. Transmitter settings
or firmware can be updated while the transmitters are in the charger
using Shure Wireless Workbench® or SystemOn™ Audio Asset
Management software, or through a third-party room control system. The
SBC250 can be also be rack or wall-mounted with optional URT3 rack tray.
- Supplies full charges in three hours, 50% charge in one hour
- Charge status bi-color LEDs for each transmitter
- Facilitates transmitter setting adjustments and firmware updates when networked
- Two SBC250 units can be rack or wall mounted side-by-side with URT3 tray (for use with ULXD6 boundary transmitters only)
- Sleek, low profile design integrates into virtually any room aesthetic
- Internal power supply
- Compatible with 3rd party control devices (AMX / Crestron)
|Shure Update Utility 2.4.2 (64-bit Windows 7, 8, 10)||ZIP||22.2 mb|
|Shure Update Utility 2.4.2 (64-bit macOS 10.11-10.13)||ZIP||19.6 mb|
|Shure Update Utiilty 2.4.2 (32-bit Windows 7, 8, 10)||ZIP||21 mb|
To install firmware for this product, Shure Update Utility is required. For more information, reference the Quick Start Guide for Shure Update Utility.
|SBC250/450/850 - Networked Charging Station See release notes||Posted June 14, 2018||Download PACK (459 kb)|
|SBC250/450/850 - Networked Charging Station See release notes||Posted May 22, 2018||Download PACK (459 kb)|
|SBC250/450/850 - Networked Charging Station See release notes||Posted May 19, 2017||Download PACK (441 kb)|
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