The TX-XLR from Rode is a wireless XLR transmitter for the RodeLink digital wireless system (available separately). It can be used to provide one-touch sync with your wireless system, is capable of supplying 48V of phantom power for microphones through its XLR input, and plug-in power through its TRS input.
The TX-XLR sports an OLED panel, as well as an XLR input with a locking collar and a 3.5mm TRS locking input jack. This allows you to use various input configurations; though the TX-XLR can switch between its XLR and TRS inputs, you cannot use both at the same time. Whichever input you choose, you can power the unit with two AA batteries, a Sony NP-F battery, or even continuously via a micro-USB connection. While the unit will run up 7 hours, please note that activating phantom power will reduce the usable running time, depending on the power source you're using. The unit comes with a built-in internal antenna.
Note: Each RODELink system creates a wireless peer-to-peer connection allowing the transmitter and the receiver to operate as a pair. This means that the transmitter can transmit audio to only one receiver at a time. Conversely, the receiver can only receive audio from one transmitter at a time.