American DJ DPDMX20L Dimmer Pack

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Protect your equipment from all sorts of electronic maladies and make sure everything is running on just the right amount of power with this dimmer pack.

The DP-DMX20L is a 4-channel DMX dimmer pack. This pack can serve as a stand-alone chaser or a DMX dimmer pack. This pack is designed for zero-crossing circuitry which protects against inductive loads, so it is safe for use with all lighting effects that include transformers (such as pin spots). Each channel comes with two 3-prong Edison socket inputs for a total of eight. This unit features XLR female and male connection for DMX compatability. Each channel is equipped with a fuse, and a maximum output load of 6A per channel or 15A total. This revision of the DP-DMX20 has a great new case design that makes it great for permanent or mobile applications.

Easy to use LCD display -- no more dip switches

Built-in 4-channel chaser

May be used as a 1, 2, or 4 channel pack

600 watts per channel - 2400 watts max

20 amps maximum draw

- 4 channel DMX Dimmer Pack

- Digital display- used to set starting DMX address channels and set all other menu options

- Selectable 1, 2, or 4 channel operation

- Adjustable master dim level.

- Two three prong Edison sockets per channel

- 3 pin XLR DMX Input & Output

- Four LED's display channel activity

- External channel fuses for quick and easy replacement

- Sleek reversible mounting panel on the rear

- Zero crossing circuitry for protection of transformer loads when switching

- 16 built in Chases when in Chase mode with adjustable speed setting

- Use in conjunction with Elation; DMX Operator Pro, Stage Setter-8, Scene

- Reversible mounting brackets.

- Setter, Scene Setter-48, Stage Desk-16 or any universal DMX controller

- Power Input: 120V ~ 60Hz

- Maximum Load: 10A per channel / 20A total

- Dimensions: 10.25"L x 8.25"W x 3"H

- Weight: 6 lbs

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 323-582-2650

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