Dimming Module Allows Conversions Between Control Protocols for Flexibility and Integration

The Universal Dimming Module is a multi-protocol driver that allows conversions between control protocols.

The Universal Dimming Module is a multi-protocol driver that allows conversions between control protocols.

Acclaim Lighting has unveiled the Universal Dimming Module (UDM), a multi-protocol driver designed to allow conversions between control protocols that allow for control flexibility and integration with fixtures.

The UDM inputs are DMX and 0-10V, while its outputs are DMX, 0-10V and IGBT digital line voltage dimming. Operating with 0-10V Sink Power, the unit can deliver an output of 25ma drive current. Mode setting can be achieved by utilizing the on-board dip switch or RDM. The module can intake a voltage of 1000 watts at 120VAC or 2000 watts at 240VAC, while outputting 100-277VAC or 50/60 Hz via TRIAC. AC options include 90-277AC pass through while using DMX to allow power output to fixtures.

Featuring eight- and 16-bit dimming, the unit hosts one input and one output via ½-inch conduit nipples. In addition, the IP66-rated UDM operates in temperatures ranging from -31 to 122 F and in wet locations. Its aluminum housing ensures that neither dust nor water will harm the unit. In addition, the UDM has transient voltage protection and DMX isolation. It’s available in black and carries a five-year limited warranty. For more information about the UDM, contact Acclaim Lighting at (323) 213-4626 or visit online.

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