LSC ePro Dimmer

LSC ePro Dimmer

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Stage Experts Ltd
Regular price
€855.00 (ex.Vat)
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€855.00 (ex.Vat)
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€1,026.00 (inc.Vat)
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LSC ePRO 12 x 2.9kW Dimmer
The ePRO portable dimmer offers high quality, high performance digital dimming that can be installed into either 19” racking systems or free standing applications.
The dimmer is powered from a 3 phase power source and provides dimming functionality through an integrated front control panel and DMX512 control input. A wide selection of output connector options is available to deliver power to the load.
On site software upgrades can be performed with LSC’s CodeLINK software option ensuring the dimmer is operating with the latest optimised software.
Each dimming channel is protected by a fast acting Miniature Circuit Breaker (MCB) or optionally with a Residual Current Breaker with Overload (RCBO). The ePRO dimmer uses LSC’s proprietary Current Control Technology© to minimise nuisance tripping of the MCBs when high inrush currents are suddenly applied. The added benefit is that lamp filaments are also protected from this shock, thus extending lamp life.
Quality toroidal inductors and filtering circuits minimise the possible interference to other electronic equipment by reducing the harmonic waves produced by phase angled control of the power mains.
Ease of operation is a key element of the ePRO dimmers. The clever use of pushbuttons and an easy to read display allows the user to quickly set the DMX512 address, to drive individual channels at varying levels, to create a 12 channel scene set a choice of up to six different fade curves for each dimmer channel.
The ePRO dimmer utilises Pulse Transformer Fired Dimmer (PTFD) Technology. In essence this means the technology used inside the ePRO enables it to control virtually any type of connected load. This includes inductive loads such as transformers, pinspots, 12v EVL dichroic lamp systems, strobes, and reactive loads (discharge lamps and fluorescent lamps).