All in excellent condition. 120V. 60HZ. 3PH. 4 wire.
(1) Lex Products Power Distribution
Adamson Systems Engineering is proud to announce the commencement of the much anticipated Project Energia. The project was conceived after years of analyzing the inefficiencies found in Sound Re-enforcement and with Performance Venue Optimization. The key components of Energia, include a series of new loudspeaker systems,...
Lex Products designs and manufactures superior electrical power distribution and control systems for the most demanding markets. We are an industry leader in both commercial and military power distribution markets due in large part to continuous innovation, award-winning customer service, and world-class manufacturing techniques. Our focus is on markets with special requirements ‚?? rough use, extreme climates, and high amounts of power load balancing. We learned how to make the most robust and reliable products from our roots in the entertainment market. Concert touring, motion picture filming, theatrical productions, and live events use copious amounts of electrical power that need to be precisely controlled. Our products met this need, but the nature of the entertainment industry posed additional challenges; our distribution boxes and cables were being tossed off loading docks, left in the elements for weeks on end at outdoor events, subjected to spectacular motion picture special effects, and set up and taken down day after day on concert tours. For these reasons, everything we make is, and has always been, designed to survive and thrive under the most demanding circumstances. Lex‚??s reputation for durability and dependability spread to the US Military. When the US Marine Corp conducted an exhaustive search to replace their aging portable power distribution system they chose Lex Products. In order to meet the stringent requirement of the USMC and other clients, we strategically acquired companies to strengthen our manufacturing and technical expertise, such as Kimchuck Metal Processes (2005) and Electrol Engineering (2006). Lex prides itself on being a true manufacturer; whereas many of our competitors are distributors, we are actively involved in every step of product development, from design to completion. We follow standard manufacturing processes and best practices, and employ customized tools. A full-time staff of mechanical and electrical engineers designs each and every unique box we create, while a precision metal fabrication division assembles boxes, and another division focuses on building power control systems. We have evolved into a world class manufacturer and a leader in our industry, yet we still maintain a level of personal service that allows us to customize products to meet the unique needs of our diverse customer base. Our engineers collaborate with clients to design customized systems that will be safe, mindful of the client‚??s needs, and of the very best quality. Our levels of personal service and customization, as well as the depth of our expertise, are unrivalled in the industry.
Dimmer racks are a specialist device used to control the brightness level of lighting fixtures. Also known as dimmers, these light dimming systems adjust brightness by increasing or decreasing the voltage to the light, affecting how much actual power the lamp receives. By doing this, the light output‚??s intensity can be adjusted. Dimmer racks are often used in theatres and concert venues (where they are known as a touring dimmer rack), and specifically controls halogen, resistive incandescent and compact fluorescent lights. For dimming mercury vapor, solid state, fluorescent and other specialist types of lighting, more specialized equipment than a dimmer rack module is needed. There are several different types of dimmer racks available, starting with the smaller light switch size boxes that are used in homes, all the way up to large consoles which are used in concert venues, theater etc. Such professional dimmer racks are too large to be controlled directly like the ones at home, and so a DMX or DALI control system is used instead. When dimmer racks used in professional situations, changing the intensity or dimming the lights is known as ‚??fading up‚?Ě or ‚??fading down‚?Ě. It‚??s recommended that lights are not ‚??faded‚?? too quickly, as doing so can damage the life expectancy of the lamp in question, although this is less of an issue with more advanced dimmer rack module units.