Phoenix - CDB401 R4

Phoenix - CDB401 R4

Product no.: CE40104

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Phoenix - CDB401 R4
Phoenix - CDB401 R4
Phoenix - CDB401 R4
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The Phoenix detector is our allrounder giving you the option to use all common bat detection methods. All functions can customized to perfectly fit your needs, no matter if used as a handheld divice or for unattended recordings.

The transflective LCD display shows all informations needed about your detector settings and depending on mode used the chosen frequency, the received ferquency or a bar graph with the full detector spectrum. The display can be dimmed to the desired brightness. It also can be switched off if the detector is used by daylight. The transflective display can also be read if passive lit by i.e. sunlight.

The precise electret measurement microphone supplies receiver circuits with a clear signal. In heterodyne mode it will be transformed with a bandwidth of 12kHz (+/- 6kHz) into the hearable range. All other detector modes use the full spectrum of the detector from 18kHz up to 130kHz. The frequency division mode divides the whole spectrum by ten to transform it into the audible range. The time expansion recording available in the handheld mode saves the whole signal with a sampling rate of 275kHz and plays it back by using 1/10th of the sampling frequency. All detector modes can be recorded and played back if an SD card is inserted.

The box mode, a mode for unattended recordings, gives you all the options available in handheld mode (heterodyne, frequency division, dual HD/FD, time expansion) as well as a real time datet recording mode. The beginning and duration of the recordings will be managed by the detector analysing incoming signals. You can also customize the On-trigger behavior, settings about duration, additional time settings etc. A timed mode is also available. You define the beginning and ending time of the session and the detector starts automatically and records if any signal are detected. By reaching the ending time the detector shuts down to deepsleep mode. The standyby current is ~30mA while in deepsleep mode the detector only uses ~0,3mA. The timed mode will continue as long as you did not stop it manually.

The settings are saved in userprofiles. These were saved on the SD card. On every SD card up to 99 user can set up their own profile with their own settings. If more people uses the detector everybody is able to use it's own preferred setup. But this can also be used for setting up more than one detector. This is useful for unattended recordings in arrays. The profile saved on the SD card can be copied onto the card of other detector to make it work identically to the origin. If the detector is used without an SD card the profile will be saved in the internal flash memory.

The Phoenix has a lot of settings. This would be too much for an overview. If you want to know all about this detector, please download the manual from the download section below.

The safe on programming avoids that the detector will be switched on if not used, i.e. in a bag. If you switch the detector on you have to confirm it by pressing another button to confirm it. The handling of this detector can be customized to fit your needs. Volume and functions are controlled by push buttons on the front of the detector, the frequency dial on the side gives you fast access to change quickly if needed.

The Phoenix runs on 9 volts batteries. The internal low battery function shows you when it's time to replace the battery. You can also use external power sources for this detector. If your source is above 10,5 volts you have to use an adpator to reduce the voltage. Please see our accessories.

You can find accessories like headphones and batteries on the bottom of this side or in the category Accessories.

Technical data  
Name Phoenix
Partnumber CE40104
Display Graphic LCD display white transflective
Controls 6x precision push buttons
  1x Thumbwheel (Frequency)
Receiver Electret measurement microphone
Frequency range 18 - 130 kHz
Principle 1 Heterodyn
  Bandwidth 1 12 kHz (+/- 6 kHz)
  Recording 1 44,1 kHz Sample rate 16 Bit
Principle 2 Frequency division
  Teilungsfaktor 1:10
  Amp. Retaining Yes
  Bandwidth 2 0-13 kHz
  Recording 2 44,1 kHz Sample rate 16 Bit
Principle 3 Time expansion
  Bandwidth 3 0-130 kHz
  Recording 3 300 kHz Sample rate 16 Bit (275kHz in handheld mode)
  Playback 3 30kHz (27,5 kHz in handheld mode)
Principle 4 Real time data
  Bandwidth 4 0-130kHz
  Recording 4 300 kHz Sample rate 16 Bit
Speaker 2x 0,5 watts microspeakers
Connector 3,5mm stereo jack headphones
  3,5mm stereo jack line out
  3,5mm stereo jack external microphone
  2,1mm DC jack external power supply
  micro SD card slot
Power supply 9 Volt volts battery
  external power supply max 10,5V
Voltage min 7,2 volts, max 10,5 volts
Power consumption 55mA average(excluding SD card)
Dimensions (B x H x T) 90 x 145 x 25 mm
Weight without battery 212 g
Included in delivery Detector
  micro SD card min. 16 GByte
  Brief instructions (Full instruction booklet can be downloaded here)
























Additional product information

Brief manual Download
Instruction manual Download
Upgrade Instruction Download


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