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PWREP DIN Mount Opto Splitters
There are various types of PWREP DIN Mount Opto Splitters, or DMX-RDM Repeaters with Merging, in the Pathway Connectivity system.
Learn more about these products below, or in Pathway Connectivity's PWREP DIN Mount Opto Splitter product page.
The DMX Repeater, DIN-mount, 4-Ports, DMX Only, Part Number: PWREP DIN P4 NONRDM (Legacy Name: eDIN Opto-Splitter, Legacy P/N: P1002) is an essential part of any permanent DMX512 distribution system. The DIN-rail mountable eDIN Opto-Splitter enables ‘star’ wiring configurations of DMX512 data lines. Each buffered output is isolated from the DMX input and protects all connected end-devices from harmful electrical faults and ground loops.
The DMX Interface, DIN-mount, 12 Contact Closure Relay (8"), Part Number: PWINF DIN CC (Legacy Name: eDIN Contact Closure, Legacy P/N: P1003) interface provides twelve DMX-controlled dry contact closures for both power and signal level switching. It provides DMX512 control over twelve form-C relays, for signal level switching, in a DIN-rail mountable format. Each relay may be independently wired for normally-open (NO) or normally closed (NC) operation. Field configurable through front panel or by RDM, the eDIN Contact Closure has nine operating modes for maximum flexibility of use.
The DMX Interface, DIN-mount, 16 Channel Demultiplexer (6.25"), Part Number: PWINF DIN D2A (Legacy Name: eDIN Demultiplexer, Legacy P/N: P1004) converts DMX512 signals to 0-10VDC, or other common DC ranges, or to current-sinking control of LED drivers, Mark 7-type fluorescent ballasts, or solid state relays. The eDIN Demultiplexer converts DMX512 to 16 channels of analogue DC output voltage. Diode shunts allow user-selection between current sourcing applications is typically for theatrical dimmers, current-sinking control, or for LED fixture driver s or Mark VII electronic fluorescent ballast control. A non-dim mode supports solid-state relay control.
The DMX Interface, DIN-mount, 24 Channel Analog to Digital (6.25"), Part Number: PWINF DIN A2D (Legacy Name: DIN Analog-to-DMX, Legacy P/N: P1006) converts analogue voltages or dry contact input to DMX512. It converts 24 analogue 0-10VDC sources or 24 dry contact closures into a DMX512 signal. A built-in DMX merger combines signal output with other in-line eDIN Analogue-to-DMX interfaces, lighting consoles, or controllers. Also may be used as a simple snapshot playback device, holding up to 24 ‘looks’.
The DMX Repeater, DIN-mount, 4-Ports, E1.20 RDM Compliant, Part Number: PWREP DIN P4 RDM (Legacy Name: eDIN DMX/RDM Splitter, Legacy P/N: P1009) provides full isolation between ports and RDM-compatibility. It is a DIN-rail mountable four-way opto-splitter that supports the bi-directional communication standard E1.20 Remote Device Management (“RDM”), as well as DMX512. Used in installations that require ‘star’ wiring configurations, all output ports are separate electrical entities, fully opto-isolated and independently protected against fault voltages.
The DMX Repeater, DIN-mount, 8-Ports, Merge, Priority, HTP and Hub, RDM Compliant, Part Number: PWREP DIN P8 RDMHUB (Legacy Name: eDIN DMX/RDM Hub, Legacy P/N: P1016) brings flexibility to single universe DMX512 distribution systems. Through use of automatic signal sensing across four operating modes, any port may detect incoming DMX signals and act as an input, or: two inputs may be merged, the user may choose between inputs, or a priority scheme may be invoked. This device is RDM discoverable and configured.
The DMX Repeater, DIN-mount, 3-Ports, Merge, Priority, HTP and Hub, RDM Compliant, Part Number: PWREP DIN P3 RDMHUB (Legacy Name: DMX/RDM Merger, Legacy P/N: P1017) allows merging and switching between two DMX sources in a one-universe system. Through the use of automatic signal sensing across four operating modes, any port may detect incoming DMX signals and act as an input and produces two outputs; or two inputs may be merged to create one output; based on priority, HTP merge or switchable using an external contact. The P1017 is RDM discoverable and configured.