Components | Electronics | Dimming Modules | Wireless | Apr 11, 2018

Acclaim Lighting Announces New Wireless Universal Dimming Module

Acclaim Lighting, a leader in innovative and advanced lighting technology, introduces its new wireless Universal Dimming Module (UDM-W). UDM-W is a multi-protocol driver designed to allow conversions between popular control systems, and allow for maximum control flexibility and integration with fixtures. UDM-W gives users a choice between a wireless and wired DMX input, by natively adding Acclaim’s Aria Wireless DMX technology.

Both the wireless and wired UDM units support DMX / RDM and 0-10 V inputs, while its outputs are DMX / RDM, 0-10 V and IGBT digital line voltage dimming (compatible with forward and reverse phase fixtures). Operating with 0-10 V Sink Power, the unit can deliver an output up to 25 mA drive current. Adjustments in mode settings can be achieved by utilizing the on-board dip switches or RDM.

The brand new UDM-W, with Aria Wireless DMX, has a 2,600-foot, line of sight wireless reception range with a 300-foot range between obstructions and walls. The UDM can take a power of 1000 watt at 100-277 VAC, while outputting 100-277 VAC or 50/60 Hz via IGBT. AC options include 90-277 AC pass through while using DMX, to allow power output to fixtures.

The unit hosts one input and one output via ½-inch conduit nipples. IP64-rated for damp locations, UDM operates in temperatures ranging from -35°C to 50°C. In addition, the UDM has transient voltage protection, DMX isolation, and comes with a 5 year limited warranty.

For more information about the UDM, contact Acclaim Lighting at 323-213-4626 or visit http://www.acclaimlighting.com/products/product-detail/product/udm-w.html

About Acclaim Lighting:

Acclaim Lighting, founded in 2003 in Los Angeles, Calif., made an immediate impact on the market with an impressive portfolio of innovative and advanced solid state lighting technology, including high-performance controller units for entertainment and architectural lighting demands. The experienced and well trained Acclaim team offers extensive consulting worldwide, leading to individual and distinctive lighting solutions. Profound technical knowledge combined with the ability to create reality for the customer’s vision is its expertise.

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