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Chroma Q 5-Way PSU Conventional Lighting Accessories5 Way PSU Specifications
Product Code: CHCBPSU
Dimensions: 360mm ? 185mm ? 65mm
Power: 100-240VAC 50/60Hz
Power Consumption: 4A @ 120VAC; 2A @ 240VAC
Control: USITT DMX512 (1990)
Power Connector: IEC
Colour: Black powder coated paint
IP Rating: IP20
Approvals: Pending EN55103-1 & 2, IEC60950, EN61000-3-3 & EN61000-3-2
Chroma Q Conventional Lighting AccessoriesThe new Chroma-Qâ?¢ Plus colour changer builds on the great success of the Original colour changer and adds new, advanced features, while maintaining the affordable price. With over 30,000 units sold worldwide, the Original's industry proven performance and reliability is combined in the Chroma-Qâ?¢ Plus with new electronic features, increased capacity and other enhancements - providing even greater flexibility and usability.
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