Blizzard wiCICLE Wireless DMX Transmitter and Receiver Bundle

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Blizzard wiCICLE Wireless DMX Transmitter and Receiver Bundle
Key Features
  • Wireless DMX Transmitter
  • Wireless DMX Receiver
  • Line-of-Sight Range of 1000'
  • AC Adapters Included
The Blizzard Wireless DMX Transmitter and Receiver Bundle was put together by B&H to give DPs and other lighting technicians all the benefits of remote control and none of the hassles of wired systems. The kit includes a Blizzard transmitter and a receiver, each with AC adapters.
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Blizzard wiCICLE Overview

The Blizzard Wireless DMX Transmitter and Receiver Bundle was put together by B&H to give DPs and other lighting technicians all the benefits of remote control and none of the hassles of wired systems. The kit includes a Blizzard transmitter and a receiver, each with AC adapters.

The DMX transmitter is a plug-and-play accessory that sends DMX signals without lag time to an optional wiCICLE receiver at line-of-sight distances up to 1,000'. The transmitter uses the stable 2.4 GHz frequency, has an external antenna, and selects channels automatically. Up to seven systems can run simultaneously, and a color-coded status LED identifies the channel in use. The receiver also runs on the same frequency, with the same 1000' range. Both can be powered by their included AC adapters or the host fixtures.

Blizzard wiCICLE Wireless DMX Transmitter

The wiCICLE Wireless DMX Transmitter from Blizzard Lighting is a plug and play accessory that sends DMX signals without lag time to an optional wiCICLE receiver at line-of-sight distances up to 1,000'. The transceiver runs on the stable 2.4 GHz frequency, has an external antenna and selects channels automatically. Up to 7 systems can run simultaneously. A color-coded status LED identifies the channel in use.

UPC: 662425034949

Blizzard wiCICLE Skywire Wireless DMX Receiver

The wiCICLE Skywire Wireless DMX Receiver from Blizzard Lighting is a plug and play accessory that picks up DMX signals at line-of-sight distances up to 1,000' with no lag time from an optional transmitter or transceiver. wiCICLE runs on the stable 2.4 GHz frequency, has an internal antenna and selects channels automatically. Up to 7 systems can run simultaneously. A 7-color LED on the unit identifies the channel in current use.

UPC: 662425034932

Blizzard wiCICLE Wireless DMX Transmitter Specs

General
Ports1 x 3-Pin XLR Locking Male
Sensitivity-94 dBm
Wireless Range1000' / 305 m
Frequency2.4 GHz ISM
Transmit Power20 dBm
Power
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
DC Input Power5 VDC at 1 A
Compatibility
ProtocolDMX512
Environmental
CertificationsFCC, as per Manufacturer
Physical
Material of ConstructionSteel
Dimensions8.5 x 0.8" / 21.5 x 1.9 cm
Weight0.1 lb / 0.05 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.425 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.15 x 4.1 x 2.5"

Blizzard wiCICLE Skywire Wireless DMX Receiver Specs

General
Ports1 x 3-Pin XLR Locking Female
Sensitivity-94 dBm
Wireless Range1000' / 305 m
Frequency2.4 GHz ISM
Power
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
DC Input Power5 VDC at 1 A
Compatibility
ProtocolDMX512
Physical
Material of ConstructionSteel
Dimensions3.4 x 0.8" / 8.5 x 2.0 cm
Weight0.1 lb / 0.05 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.38 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.15 x 4.15 x 2.55"
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question

I understand these receivers use various LED colors to show channels. If I want to run two universes, and I were to use two transmitters and two receivers, how can one control which transmitter each receiver reads?
Asked by: Anonymous
According to the manufacturer, you would just need to manually set the color on the transmitters and receivers the same for each universe.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Is this 3 or 5 pin?
Asked by: Paul M.
It has a three pin.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

How much Wireless DMX Transmitter needs to turn 16 lights ?How much Wireless DMX ReceiverNeed to turn 16 lights ?Tank you!
Asked by: .
If you are using a lighting control board, you can connect one transmitter to the output and one receiver to the first light in your chain. Then, you can daisy chain the remaining lights together. So, one receiver and one transmitter should be enough, unless you are using all your lights far away from each other and don't want to have any cables. In that case, each light would need both a receiver (to get the signal from the previous unit) and a transmitter (to send it to the next unit in the sequence).
Answered by: Ash B.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Will this work with the ARRI Skypanl?
Asked by: Nicholas C.
If you have a way to send DMX signal and the fixture accepts DMX signal it should work.
Answered by: Robert W.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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