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VMM-D4
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The VMM-D4 is a four-channel shutter driver capable of controlling up to four Vincent shutters independently. The compact design puts four individual shutter drivers in a single streamlined system. Active high-level logic inputs allow independent shutter control, while one single input will activate all channels simultaneously. Active low-level logic outputs are available to monitor the status of each individual synchronization system output. One single output is available to monitor when all shutter synchronization system circuits are active.

FEATURES

  • Four channel shutter driver capable of driving up to four UNIBLITZ shutters independently.
  • Four independent inputs to allow individual shutter control.
  • One input to open four shutters simultaneously.
  • Four independent outputs to monitor the individual synchronization output of each shutter.
  • One output to monitor when all individual sync outputs are active.
  • Manual open/close switch for each channel. Allows normally open shutter operation.
  • Energy select slide switch - allows selection of additionally pulse energy necessary when operating the VS35 or larger apertures.
  • Exposure determined by external pulse, or switch contact closure.
  • Four standard 710C 10ft. shutter interconnect cable included one for each channel.
  • Separate fuse for each shutter channel.
  • Black aluminum enclosure.
  • Power input 115/230VAC - 3 prong IEC type connector. Manual switching as required.
  • Size (HWD) 2.60x5.50x8.00 inches (6.6 x 13.9 x 20.3 cm.)
  • Weight 4.5 lbs. (2.05 Kg)

 

 

 

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