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  • What is the best ETC dimmer to use to control a Fan or Motor?

    Question: What is the Best ETC dimmer to use to control a Fan or Motor? Answer: SCR-based dimmers are the best to use in this situation based on the fact that it may receive a non-linear kick-back in voltage. For this reason the D15 and D20 modules are your best choice. This kick-back may damage the...
    Posted to ETC Product Wiki by Kelsey Aleckson on 07-22-2010
    Filed under: Dimmer, Sensor, Unison
  • Viewpoint - Rise Time: Facts and Myths

    Rise-time: Facts and Myths By Adam Bennette of ETC Europe Ltd There as a new buzzword in our midst: rise-time (RT), but what exactly is it and how much of it is a good thing? To put it simply it is an attempt to measure the noise produced by a dimmer but with very varied results. Equipment purchasers...
    Posted to ETC Product Wiki by Kelsey Aleckson on 07-16-2010
    Filed under: Dimmer, SineWave
  • Risetime and Lamp Noise - What's the Connection?

    Risetime and Lamp Noise - What's the Connection? Everyone agrees that while a certain amount of dimmer noise at the rack is OK, noise at the lighting fixture is unacceptable. The popular wisdom is that the only way to prevent this dimmer–induced lamp noise is to specify high risetime dimmers...
    Posted to ETC Product Wiki by Kelsey Aleckson on 07-14-2010
    Filed under: Dimmer, Sensor
  • Dimmer doubling and ML patching

    Question: Can you patch a moving light onto a dimmer doubled port? Answer: If the port has been set to dimmer doubled in setup then the console will not allow you to patch a moving light to that port. The light needs to be patch to a different port or universe of DMX
    Posted to ETC Product Wiki by Kelsey Aleckson on 07-09-2010
    Filed under: Dimmer
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