RadioPopper Radio Receiver for Photogenic Flash Heads

RadioPopper Radio Receiver for Photogenic Flash Heads

RadioPopper Radio Receiver for Photogenic Flash Heads

B&H # RAPRP MFR # P-RP
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Product Highlights

  • No Batteries Needed, Runs off Flash
  • For PowerLight and Solair Series Heads
  • 16 Channels, 4 Groups
  • Works with Jr2, PX, JrX, Nano Systems
  • LCD Display, 3-Button Control
  • Jr2 Transmitter Adjusts Power Levels
  • Modeling Light Control with Jr2
  • 1,750' Range
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RadioPopper PG-RX overview

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This RadioPopper Radio Receiver for Photogenic Flash Heads plugs into the body of PowerLight and Solair series monolights except those with manual sliders, allowing triggering of the flash from distances up to 1,750'. The receiver works with virtually all RadioPopper systems and requires an optional Jr2, PX, JrX or Nano transmitter for use. In addition to remote triggering, the optional Jr2 transmitter is also capable of controlling Solair and PowerLight series power levels and modeling light functions. Settings are displayed on an LCD screen built into the receiver. Since it draws its power from the flash head, no batteries are needed.

UPC: 616913276472
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RadioPopper Radio Receiver for Photogenic Flash Heads
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    RadioPopper PG-RX specs

    Type Radio receiver
    Range 1,750' (533 m)
    Channels and Groups 16 / 4
    Compatibility PowerLight and Solair series monolights except those with manual sliders
    Jr2, PX, JrX, Nano systems (requires transmitter)
    Maximum Flash Synchronization Speed Not specified by manufacturer
    Power Source Host: draws power from the flash head
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.02 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.7 x 3.2 x 0.5"

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