NSI / Leviton Par 38 4-Light D4DMX/N3004 Mini Kit (Black)

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NSI / Leviton
NSI / Leviton Par 38 4-Light D4DMX/N3004 Mini Kit (Black)
Key Features
  • Four PAR 38 Fixtures, Bulbs
  • N3004 DMX Control Console
  • D4 DMX MD3 Dimmer Pack
  • Gels, Gel Frames, T-Stand
The NSI Par 38 4-Light D4DMX/N3004 Mini Kit is a 4-channel programmable light system. It comes with a D4DMX 4-channel digital dimmer, which accepts up to 1200 watts per channel with 2400 watts of maximum power.

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NSI / Leviton PAR 38 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2PAR 38 Fixtures
  • 3N3004 DMX Control Console
  • 4D4DMX Dimming Pack

The NSI Par 38 4-Light D4DMX/N3004 Mini Kit is a 4-channel programmable light system. It comes with a D4DMX 4-channel digital dimmer, which accepts up to 1200 watts per channel with 2400 watts of maximum power.

Also included is the N3004 Control Console, an ideal mate to the D4DMX, providing four dimming control channels, a 4-scene recordable memory, and numerous chaser functions including Channel and Scene Chase, Speed and Direction Control and Audio Input. The N3004 has a master output fader and each channel has a bump button.

The four Par 38's are black, rugged PAR fixtures that accept flood or spot lamps up to 150 watts. 150-watt flood lamps are included. Also included is a 7' (2.1 m) stand with crossbar for mounting the fixtures, color frames, and gels.

PAR 38 Fixtures

UL Listed
Rigid, rolled edge frame
Includes frame at no extra cost

N3004 DMX Control Console

DMX512 output
4 dimming control channels
4-scene recordable memory
Chase Functions: 2 User-selectable Chases, Channel Chase, Scene Chase, Speed Control, Direction Control, Audio Input
Bump buttons for each channel or scene
Master output fader

D4DMX Dimming Pack

Microplex and DMX512 protocols
DMX on 3-pin receptacles
Data "in" and "out" provided for easy daisy-chaining of devices
Resettable circuit breakers (no fuses to change)
Simple pushbutton DMX addressing makes setup a snap
Bright LED display for easy, menu-driven programming
Versatile output channel selector lets you choose the exact number of channels you need
Clear operation instructions printed on back of unit for ease of use
16 pre-programmed chase patterns with chase speed and chase output level controls.
Input: 120V, 60Hz (15A Edison plug)
Output: 120V, 60Hz, 1200W per channel, 2400W Maximum
Built-in mounting bracket
Housed in rugged metal protective chassis

NSI / Leviton PAR 38 Specs

RatingEach Fixture: Up to 150 W
Socket (Lampholder)Medium screw-base
Lens (Condenser)In bulb of choice
Reflector (Mirror)None
MountingC-clamp
YokeFlat bladed fork
Cable3' / 1 m, household Edison plug
FocusingDepends on bulb in use
WeightEach Fixture: 2.75 lb / 1.24 kg
Dimmer: 9 lb / 3.2 kg
Control Console: 2.4 lb / 1.5 kg
DimensionsEach Fixture: 7.5 x 7.25 x 9.75" / 19 x 18.4 x 24.7 cm
Dimmer: 10.2 x 7.5 x 2.6" / 26 x 19 x 6.7 cm
Control Console: 9 x 6.7 x 2.2" / 23.2 x 17 x 5.6 cm
Kit Weight32.4 lb / 14.7 kg
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