The Transcension 6 channel dimmer is a high-end 6 channel DMX/analogue controlled dimmer pack, whose range of functions makes it ideally suited for use in nightclubs, theatres and for live performances.
You can control it either digitally using its DMX 512 input or by analogue using the additional 8-pole DIN connector. The unit features a pre-heat and limiter function for prolonging lamp life. The dimmer also features a switch option that allows a simple on/off control of each channel. An additional useful feature is the automatic digital input check for detecting DMX signal failure. When in manual mode, dimming can be done even without an external lighting console. An auto store function saves all settings after leaving the configuration mode. The dimmer pack features a LCD display.
6 channel DMX / analogue dimmer pack with up to 10A output per channel
3 phase mains supply (1 phase possible at lower output power) via screw terminals on din rail
DMX 512 standard interface for digital control
Additional 8-pole DIN connector for analogue control (0 - 10 V)
Adjustable pre-heat and limiter function to prolong lamp life
Precise curve function enables selection of different fade modes
Automatic digital input check to detect DMX signal failure
Switch option for simple on/off control of each channel
Manual mode for dimming capability without an external lighting console
Auto store function saves all settings after leaving configuration mode
LCD display for indication in dark environments
Rugged construction ensures long life, even under the most demanding conditions
Channel output: 10A via screw terminals on din rail
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