This kit allows you to control a relay using the widely known DMX512 protocol. This protocol was developed by USITT in 1986 with the aim of controlling dimmers, scanners, moving heads and other lighting with simple wiring.
In many cases, switching the device on and off is required. This is where this kit comes into play. This kit is actually a bus-controlled power driver. Het laatst geselecteerde effect wordt in het geheugen bewaard. Values equal to 120 or less drop the relay. The kit features LED indication for power supply, relay output state and fault state. The "safe DMX data stream" function reduces interference to a minimum. The relay hold function is activated in case of a DMX signal loss.Together with the DMX controller WSL8062 or WML116 (mounted version), you effortlessly build a computer-controlled automation system.
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+ Perfect for young and old: With this experiment kit, children and adults with little or no prior knowledge can take their first steps into the exciting world of electronics and advanced users can deepen their knowledge.
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- This kit also exists in mounted version: WML138.
- To make this kit, you will need some basic tools; a soldering iron or station, solder tin and pliers. Another practical tool is an anti-static soldering mat.
- The kit is ideal for youngsters and adults aged 9 to 99! However, children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
switching capacity: 8A
supply voltage: 12VDC non-regulated
power consumption: max. 100mA
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