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LED Intensity Controllers

Basic Current Source
Overall Intensity Controller
4-Channel Intensity Controller
DC-Strobe Controller and Software

Basic Current Source

Overall Intensity Controller

4-Channel Intensity Controller

DC-Strobe Controller and Software


Basic Current Source

  • Internal Signatech Decoder Detects the Attached Light Head
  • Optimal Current Levels Set Automatically
  • Optional Manual Intensity Control 10-100% via Phillips Head Screw

Overall Intensity Controllers

  • Equalized Intensity Control of all Channels Simultaneously for Each Output
  • Two Independently Controlled Outputs
  • RS-232 and RS-232 with 3-Button Keypad Options Available

4-Channel Intensity Controllers

  • Control RGB Channels or LED Clusters Separately and Control Overall Intensity
  • Same Intensity Levels for Each of Two Outputs
  • RS-232 and RS-232 with 3-Button Keypad Options Available

DC Strobe Intensity Controllers

  • Fast Rise Time and High Current Pulses
  • Models to Control One or Two Independant LightHeads
  • TTL Level Positive and Negative Edge Trigger Inputs
  • ±1% Pulse to Pulse Minimum Regulation
  • Outputs Equipped with Electronic Safety Interlock
  • Pulse Characteristics:
    Duration: 0 or 1 to 64,000μsec
    Delay of First Pulse: 0 or 10 to 64,000μsec
    Number in Multi-Pulse Train: 0 or 1 to 255
    Time between in Multi-Pulse Train: 0 or 1 to 64,000μsec
    Time after Last Pulse during which Trigger Pulses are Ignored: 0 or 50 to 64,000μsec

These microprocessor-based controllers provide a fast rise time and high current pulses with a wide range of user selectable features. The model S4000 accepts one light head, whereas the model S6000 allows the use of two independently controlled light heads and synchronized triggers. The model S6000-AS also has two independently controlled outputs, but is capable of asynchronous triggers. Control of the outputs is available from the RS-232 port from a terminal emulator or DOS or Windows based computer. Software is provided.

Note: Outputs are a connection on the power source for the LED unit. Several channels can make up one output. For instance, an RGB unit has one output with three channels.

#54-845 3M Length Y-Cable allows for use of 2 LED sources from one output on a controller. It can be used with any of our LED Intensity Controllers on this page.

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