PocketWizard Receiver Module for Select Bowens Monolights

PocketWizard Receiver Module for Select Bowens Monolights

PocketWizard Receiver Module for Select Bowens Monolights

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PocketWizard Receiver Module for Select Bowens Monolights

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Product Highlights

  • For Gemini C, R, & Pro-Series Monolights
  • Allows Wireless Triggering of Monolight
  • Frequency: 340-354 MHz (FCC/US)
  • Receives All 32 Channels and 4 Zones
  • Powered by Light
  • Works with Any PocketWizard Radio
  • Works with Select Sekonic Light Meters
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The PocketWizard Receiver Module for Select Bowens Monolights is a 340-354 MHz (FCC/US) radio module that allows certain Bowens monolights to be wirelessly triggered by a PocketWizard radio. It fits into a slot on the side of the monolight and works with an antenna to receive signals from any PocketWizard radio. It can receive all 32 channels and 4 zones. These are initiated within 10 seconds of light start up. The module is also powered by the light for worry-free use and it works with select Sekonic light meters for a simple wireless metering solution.

Compatible Monolights
Bowens Gemini C, R, & Pro-Series Monolights
Compatible Light Meters
Sekonic L-478DR and L-758DR
Compatible PocketWizard Radios
All PocketWizard Radios
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PocketWizard Receiver Module for Select Bowens Monolights
  • Antenna
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Frequency 340-354 MHz (FCC/US)
    Power Source Monolight connection
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.276 x 2.598 x 1.102"

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