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- Multi type signal input allow ease of architectural dimming system setup
- HC version: each load output is designed for 20-50W downlight
- LC version: each load output is designed for 10-30W downlight
- 2 independent channel output or set as dual channel for Colordeve approved tunable white downlight
- 4 types of input signals can be selected - DMX-512A, DALI, 1-10V DC and manual dim
- 4 dimming curves -  Linear, Square, S-curve and Gamma
- Selectable 8bit or 16bit control mode for all input signal types
- RDM working status feedback for system monitoring
- Perfect dimming range from 0-100% by internal PDM in 19bit resolution
- Output Last hold when signal lost on DMX and DALI
- DipSW configuration can be done without power ON
- Wide range of input voltage from 12 - 48V DC
- 2 & 3pin detachable terminal connections
- Short circuit protection




Input volatge range: 12 - 48V DC
Connection: 2pin detachable terminal connector


HC version output current selections - 700mA, 1050mA and 1400mA
LC version output current Sselections - 350mA, 500mA and 900mA


Dimming signal input: DMX-512A(RDM), DALI, 1-10V DC
Connection: 2 & 3pin detachable terminal connector
Dimming range: 0 - 100%
Fading resolution: Internal PDM 19bit (524,288 steps)
Dimming curves: Linear, Square, S-Curve, Gamma


Mounting: Wall & ceiling mounted
Construction: Steel case to IP20
Dimensions: 120mm ( L) x 72mm (W) x 23.5mm (H)
Weight: 0.25kg


Operating ambient temperature: -10°C to +40°C
Storage ambinet temperature: -20°C to +50°C
Case temperature: +55°C


Over voltage, Over Temperature, Overload, Short Circuit, Over Power

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