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Acclaim Lighting UDM-W Universal Dimming Module

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• Created: April 10, 2018

Acclaim Lighting’s wireless Universal Dimming Module (UDM-W) complements Acclaims Lighting’s wired UDM and features DMX, 0-10V and line voltage dimming ability for a wide range of applications.

More details from Acclaim Lighting (www.acclaimlighting.com):

Acclaim Lighting, a leader in innovative and advanced lighting technology, introduces its new wireless Universal Dimming Module (UDM-W). UDM-W is a multi-protocol driver designed to allow conversions between popular control systems, and allow for maximum control flexibility and integration with fixtures. UDM-W gives users a choice between a wireless and wired DMX input, by natively adding Acclaim’s Aria Wireless DMX technology.

Both the wireless and wired UDM units support DMX / RDM and 0-10V inputs, while its outputs are DMX / RDM, 0-10V and IGBT digital line voltage dimming (compatible with forward and reverse phase fixtures). Operating with 0-10V Sink Power, the unit can deliver an output up to 25mA drive current. Adjustments in mode settings can be achieved by utilizing the on-board dip switches or RDM.

The brand new UDM-W, with Aria Wireless DMX, has a 2,600-foot, line of sight wireless reception range with a 300-foot range between obstructions and walls. The UDM can take a voltage of 1000 watt at 100-277 VAC, while outputting 100-277VAC or 50/60 Hz via IGBT. AC options include 90-277AC pass through while using DMX, to allow power output to fixtures.

The unit hosts one input and one output via ½-inch conduit nipples. IP64-rated for damp locations, UDM operates in temperatures ranging from -31 °F to 122 °F. In addition, the UDM has transient voltage protection, DMX isolation, and comes with a 5 year limited warranty.

For more information about the UDM, contact Acclaim Lighting at 323-213-4626 or visit http://www.acclaimlighting.com/products/product-detail/product/udm-w.html.

 

 

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