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Projector Dowser

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City Theatrical
SKU
4160
Model
4160
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Inexpensive digital projectors are used on shows everywhere but they have a problem that is difficult to overcome:  When they fade out, they still project light, called "video black", and this small amount of light is easily visible during a stage blackout.  This Projector Dowser is a simple DMX (or contact closure) controlled flag that can be closed in front of the projector's lens when you need a complete blackout.  An included mounting plate allows a variety of hanging positions to suit your production's needs.

  • Changes "video black" to complete blackout
  • Adjustable over 90° range, takes less than 1 second
  • Fits most video projectors
  • DMX controlled, single channel
  • Requires a 4-pin "Color Changer" power supply (uses ~7 watts) to operate via DMX.  Manual contact closure via 24VDC, 250mA power supply (not included) is also possible.
IncludesAccessory Plate, Velcro Pad Kit, Allen Key, Rubber Feet
Suggested Items4-pin "Color Changer" Power Supply
Basics
IncludesAccessory Plate, Velcro Pad Kit, Allen Key, Rubber Feet
Suggested Items4-pin "Color Changer" Power Supply
ManufacturerCity Theatrical
Model #4160
Our SKU4160
Dimensions
Box L x W x H14" x 8" x 12"
Weight4
  • 503.13
  • 2006
  • Mar. 29th, 2018
  • 1.86
  • 1.3
  • Mar. 29th, 2018
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