NSI / Leviton Digital Dimmer Pack - 12 Channels, 1200W Per Channel - 14400W Total - Knock Out Panel (120V AC)

BH #NSDS1212KO • MFR #NDS124011K0
NSI / Leviton
NSI / Leviton Digital Dimmer Pack - 12 Channels, 1200W Per Channel - 14400W Total - Knock Out Panel (120V AC)
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NSI / Leviton NDS124011K0 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Easy Maintenance
  • 3Easy to Read Display
  • 4Safety
  • 5Digitally Controlled
  • 6Analog Control
  • 7Calibration
  • 8Compact

The NSI/Leviton DS12-24 Rack-mountable Dimmer controls 12 channels, 1200 watts per channel, up to 14,400 watts total. It has a 20 button function keypad, programmable time fade presets and programmable bump buttons. It has dual control input: NSI Microplex (3 pin XLR), and DMX512 (5 pin XLR) for full versatility. A termination switch is mounted on the front panel. This model has knock out for do-it-yourself wiring. Suggested users include touring groups, or theatres where complete pack removal is difficult or impossible.

Easy Maintenance

Dimmer and Control Modules are easily serviced using removable front panel while dimmer remains in rack.

Easy to Read Display

16 Character X 2 line backlit liquid crystal display.


Magnetic circuit breakers and voltage regulation

Digitally Controlled

Valid DMX and NSI Microplex Signal Indicators

Analog Control

0-10VDC Analog Control Inputs


Full On Test/Focus


Occupies only 2- 19" wide rack spaces

NSI / Leviton NDS124011K0 Specs

DMX1 x 5-Pin XLR
AC Input Power120 VAC, 60 Hz
Maximum Wattage1200 W
Dimensions17.2 x 17.15 x 3.5" / 43.7 x 43.5 x 8.9 cm
Weight48 lb / 21.8 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight46 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)23.3 x 21.5 x 9.2"
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Is this unit compatible with led lighting?

Is this unit compatible with led lighting?
Asked by: Dustin
You will need to consult with retrofit manufacturer to confirm driver/dimmer compatibility. Actual LED show light fixtures just need power and DMX. Most retrofits will lose the bottom 10% dimming. They shut off and pop on in the bottom end. Fixtures will go all the way down.
Answered by: Hal
Date published: 2020-12-04
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