The SPO interface is designed to work with any SPH series DALI LCM, converting the connected LCM output into a DMX driving output. This DALI to DMX interface takes its power from the LCM port, making it capable of powering connected DMX equipment up to a maximum load of 2 Amps.
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|PART NO.||DESCRIPTION||H X W X D (mm)||BLACK BOX SIZE||SUPPLY||OPERATIONAL TEMP||IP|
|SP0.20||DMX Interface DALI 20 channel||178 X 45 X 32||N/A||Two Wire Combined FELV Signal And Supply Connection VIA SPECS E-Bus||0 To 40 Degrees C|
|SP0.22||DMX Interface DALI 20 channel (Digital 1:1)||178 X 45 X 32||N/A||Two Wire Combined FELV Signal And Supply Connection VIA SPECS E-Bus||0 To 40 Degrees C|
|SP0.5||DMX Interface DALI/DSI 50 colour pre-programmed||178 X 45 X 32||N/A||Two Wire Combined FELV Signal And Supply Connection VIA SPECS E-Bus||0 To 40 Degrees C|
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