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Doug Fleenor Design Inline Optical Isolator

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Doug Fleenor Design Inline Optical Isolator

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Product Code DFD-DMXOPTO5
Manufacturer Doug Fleenor Designs


The DMX512 Inline Optical Isolator (DMXOPTO5) is designed to plug directly into the back of most DMX lighting consoles. Its primary purpose is to protect the console from hazardous voltages which may travel on the control cable. Hazardous voltages may be caused by dimmer failures, electrical storms, and cross wiring non-DMX equipment (foggers, intercoms, arc welders) into lighting control outlets. The isolator also eliminates ground loops and provides high drive current for long control runs.

Please Note: The input circuit of this inline isolator is passive and will not work with some DMX512 output circuits, specifically "slew-rate limited" circuits. Slew-rate limited applications require the active input circuit of Doug Fleenor Design's DMX Isolation Amplifier

Inline Optical Isolator Data Sheet
Inline Optical Isolator User Manual



Manufacturer 1 Year Limited Warranty

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