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NSI / Leviton DMX Signal Management, Input Merger (100-240V)

NSI / Leviton DMX Signal Management and Input Merger (100-240VAC)

NSI / Leviton DMX Signal Management and Input Merger (100-240VAC)

B&H # NSDMXSMH81 MFR # DMXSM201H81
NSI / Leviton DMX Signal Management, Input Merger (100-240V)

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A DMX merger is used when multiple control inputs must communicate to the same device. A DMX merger helps to completely rid a system of complex, error-prone, multi-location DMX input wiring schemes. This merger combines all eight inputs, using a highest level takes precedence (HTP) philosophy into a single 512 channel DMX output.

All inputs are optically isolated from each other to ensure the protection of sensitive equipment. For further extension of the DMX signal, the merger can be combined with Leviton's DMXSM-H18 DMX splitter for an (8) input/(8) output DMX powerhouse.

This unit is rack-mountable into a 19" EIA rack, 1 RU required.

Controls multiple locations and devices simultaneously
Easy backup Controller integration
Inputs merge in highest level takes precedence (HTP) mode
100% optically isolated inputs
Inputs rated to withstand max +48Vdc, DMX 512A compliant
Built-in Power supply & Power Switch
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NSI / Leviton DMX Signal Management and Input Merger (100-240VAC)
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    Specifications
    Dimensions 19 x 1.73 x 4.45" (48.2 x 4.4 x 11.3 cm) (WxHxD)
    Weight 2.3 lbs (1.1 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 5.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 20.5 x 9.0 x 4.8"

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