The ED-15 4-Channel Dimmer from Eliminator Lighting is designed to control your light fixtures movement. This 15A controller features 16 automatic and sound activated built-in programs. All four channels are user assignable between Dimmer and Switch modes while there are LED indicators for each channel. Among the ED-15's features are DMX and Analog input/output connection, Slave, Auto and Audio functions, a ropelight connection and an audio sensitivity knob. Four 6A fuses are provided for overload protection.
- 16 Automated & Sound Activated Programs
- 600W per Channel
- DMX and Analog Input/Output Connector
- 15 Amp Controller
Eliminator Lighting ED15 Overview
Eliminator Lighting ED15 Specs
|DMX||1 x 3-Pin XLRMale|
1 x 3-Pin XLRFemale
|Plug Type||NEMA 5-15P|
|Total Outlets||8 x NEMA 5-15R|
|AC Input Power||120 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz at 15 A|
|Maximum Wattage||600 W|
|Dimensions||10.3 x 6.8 x 2.4" / 26.1 x 17.3 x 6.2 cm|
|Weight||3.7 lb / 1.7 kg|
|Package Weight||5.375 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||12.1 x 8.9 x 4.8"|
Eliminator Lighting ED15 Reviews
It works fine but not as user-friendly as other similar ones
I do some lighting design for a small community theater. We needed a way to control some non-DMX on-stage lights and special effects lighting from the light board. This unit was among several dimmer packs I investigated and was competitively priced compared to its features: four separate channel DMX control with paired analog/digital controlling. Setting it up required a little background knowledge as the terms used aren't very familiar or descriptive. And the DIP switch requires some math thinking to set it to the desired channel, but we did manage to program it and the pack worked fine for our production. I had a AC/DC adapter plugged into one channel and an on-stage lamp. Both worked fine in dimmer mode. I could've set the lamp to on/off mode but it looked better when everything faded to black at the same time instead of the lamp winking out separately. I did not test the sound reactive input, so cannot comment on that. While it did fine, I ended up returning it, mainly because the DIP switch set up doesn't allow you to check or adjust the settings in the dark as easily as an LED display with buttons. It is certainly a value alternative to those competing models, but to me I'll spend the extra money for that versatility.
Item didn't work
Item didn't work, i plan on returning.
Works like its supposed to
I am using it to control Edison bulbs on stage.
Just what I wanted.
I had 8 300 watt pars that I wanted to control. These did the job for a low price.
Versatile 4 Channel Dimmer
I am using this as a switched dimmer for running LED light tubes. It is very compact. The settings are written on the case and fairly easy to comprehend. The edison plugs are well mounted and durable. The rope light connector is handy but it is a set of exposed terminals and needs to have a cap included to avoid a shock hazard. This is a very nice little unit and a good value for the price (about $85).
Everything I need
I was surprised at how much less expensive this is than some of the other options. It does everything I need it to do and is of solid build quality. Totally happy with it
Received the dimmer in good working order. However I was disappointed with the electrical noise emitted from dimming. Farther investigation I noticed no coil chokes (filters), a important element overlooked in cost cutting.
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