- RGB W / Tunable White / single channel mode
- DMX 512 (8-16 bits)
- 7.5A+7.5A output capability (20A max)
- 4-32kHz PWM frequency
- RJ45 output for PWM sync to slave
FEATURES & BENEFITS
LEDMASTER Studio range is composed of two dimmers: a master dimmer which embeds the DMX interface and a slave dimmer which is synchronised with the master one via an RS485 link
This solution allows to control a long lenght of LED strip and it makes the wiring easier. LEDMASTER Studio saves time and reduces costs.
The LEDMASTER™ STUDIO range has been designed to create bright decorations in studios and TV sets with LED ribbons.
The “master-slave” concept simplifies wiring and reduces installation costs because a single master dimmer can drive a multitude of slave dimmers.
Thanks to the “Sync” connection, it is possible to easily and cheaply increase the number of PWM outputs and thus the number of LED ribbons to drive.
The distance between a master and a slave can reach up to 200m.
ABSOLUTELY FLICKER FREE
LEDMASTER™ STUDIO embeds a 8/16 bits DMX interface and a 4 specific dimming modes which allow you to switch between RGBW, RGBW+Master, Tunable White and individual Channel dimming.
The frequency of the PWMs can be adjusted between 4kHz and 32kHz depending on the desired dimming accuracy.
With a frequency of 4kHz, it is possible to have 12000 dimming levels while with a frequency of 32kHz it is possible to have 500 dimming levels without any flickering
EXALUX™ DIMMING TECHNOLOGY
YOUR LIGHT IS UNDER CONTROL
LEDMASTER™ dimmming technology is based on a powerful 32-bit microcontroller that allows soft, smoother and accurate dimming .
Thanks to our dimming technology, you can now shoot films in slow motion without any risk of flickering, even at very low dimming level, between 0 and 10 %.
LEDMASTER™ dimming technology brings many advantages :
> Optimized dimming curve for LED technology so you can dim down without colour shifting.
> Patented CCT synthesizer to get the right CCT, whatever the LED ribbon
> High speed 32KHz PMW to avoid flickering even at very low dimming level
> phase shifting PWM to avoid the PSU noise when dimming