The Basslink is a HVDC link between the static inverter plant Loy Yang on the Australian mainland and the static inverter plant George Town in Northern Tasmania. The Basslink is a monopolar HVDC operating at a nominal voltage of 400 kV (dc). The nominal rating of the link is 500 MW although it is capable of transmitting 630 megawatts from George Town to Loy Yang for up to 4 hours. It consists of a 290 kilometre long submarine cable, a 60.8 kilometre long overhead power line section on the Australian mainland, a 6.6 kilometre long underground cable on the Australian mainland, an 11 kilometre long overhead line section in Tasmania and a 1.7 kilometre long underground cable section in Tasmania. HVDC or high-voltage, direct current electric power transmission systems contrast with the more common alternating-current systems as a means for the bulk transmission of electrical power. ... A static inverter station is the terminal equipment for a high voltage direct current transmission line, in which direct current is converted to three-phase alternating current, and, usually, the reverse. ... Municipality of George Town George Town is one of the larger towns in north-east Tasmania, on the eastern bank of the mouth of the Tamar River. ...
BassLink consists of a 10-inch subwoofer, 10-inch passive radiator and a 200-watt Class D amplifier housed in a rigid polymer enclosure, all carefully engineered to work together as a unique, integrated system.
The BassLink system features a servo-control circuit that continually monitors the voice coils position in the magnetic gap and prevents the distortion that occurs when a conventional woofer is overdriven.
BassLinks frequency response in a typical vehicle is 20 to 100Hz (±3dB), but this varies according to the vehicle and user adjustments.
BassLink consists of a 10-inch subwoofer, 10-inch passive radiator, and a 150-watt Class D amplifier in a rigid polymer enclosure, all carefully engineered to work together as a unique integrated system.
BassLink's frequency response in a typical vehicle is 25 to 110 Hz (±3 dB), but this varies according to the vehicle and user adjustments.
BassLink can be mounted either vertically or horizontally and comes with a two sets of cast mounting brackets to accommodate either mounting option.
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