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Elation Basic Stage Pak Lighting Control Package
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This Basic Stage Pak Lighting Control Package includes an Elation SDC-6 simple controller, Elation DP-415 Dimmer Pack, and a 25-foot DMX cable for si...Click To Read More About This Product
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A complete setup for basic lighting control.
This Basic Stage Pak Lighting Control Package includes an Elation SDC-6 simple controller, Elation DP-415 Dimmer Pack, and a 25-foot DMX cable for simple setups like product demos or manual control of LED and other conventional Par Can fixtures.
- 6-channel DMX controller
- Master dimmer fader
- On/Off switch
- 3-pin XLR output
- Operates with 9VDC battery or included power supply
- Compact 4-Channel DMX Dimmer
- 2 - 3-prong Edison plugs per channel (8 total plugs)
- On/Off power switch
- XLR In/Out
- 10-position dip switch settings to address DMX
- Assign as a dimmer pack or switch pack
- Changeable bracket for hanging on truss
- LED "On" indications
- Max. Power: 15A Total, 5A per channel
- Dimensions: 7"L x 7"W x 2.5"H, 180mm x 177mm x 64mm
- Weight: 3 lb../1.2 kgs.
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Comments about Elation Basic Stage Pak Lighting Control Package:
This is a very basic unit with very little instructions. Instructions did not explain how to get the dimmer to work with the controller, but it was not difficult to figure out with a little trial and error. If you move dip switch 1 to on position will it pick up channels 1-4 accordingly from the controller. Leave all other switches off. Instructions explain that switch 10 determines if the unit works as a dimmer or a switch. I will be adding a second DP-415 to get the other two channels and I imagine that with a little trial and error I will figure out how to get the remaining two channels to the second dimmer.If you run the dimmer slides slowly you get a lot of flickering from the lights. The dimmers are scaled from 0-10, 0= off. 5.5 is full on - any movement between 5.5 - 10 is meaningless.