24 Canali Radiocomandata
24 Canali Radiocomandata
Alimentazione centralina: 24V
Caricabatterie da rete (incluso): 230V 50Hz
Alimentazione telecomandi: 9v Pila tipo Transistor
Portata radiocomando: 500 metri in campo aperto
Codifica radiocomando: fixed code
Corrente massima di test accenditori: 1mA
Involucro: valigetta HPRC 2300
Garanzia internazionale 24 mesi
MADE IN ITALY
This system has the same functions as the 12ch Remote controlled, but it’s in a military case and has 24channels.
It manages n 24 lines of independent firing, on each of which it is possible to connect more igniters simultaneously (the number of igniters depends on their technical characteristics, the distance in which they are placed with respect to the control unit and the type of connection used: it is about 20 ignitors in series).
The two trasmitters for remote management are marked with the letter “A” (remote control that manages the channels 1 to 12) and the letter “B” (remote control which operates channels 13 to 24). Is turned on by means of a slide switch on the side. This allows you to be able to uses safely even with the remote control unit already armed.
The ignition control unit, has a three positions rocker switch: when is in the center position the unit is off, when it is placed on the left, the control unit lights up in “Test” mode, and a LED shows the effective inclusion of the mode; when is positioned to the right the unit turns on in “Fire” mode and is then ready to execute orders given by the remote control. A flashing red LED shows the effective insertion mode “Fire” (army unit).
The above-mentioned “Test” mode includes the lighting of a LED for each channel of the controller. This is achieved by circulating a reduced current in all lighters connected (called no-fire current). If the controller finds that lighters are correctly wired and still intact, then turn on the LED for that channel. Otherwise remain off. The Pyro can therefore instantly verify the correct connection of all lighters.
The powerful internal batteries also allow the control unit to perform many shows without being recharged. The autonomy of the unit in “armed and ready to shoot” can be several days. They are installed in the upper right corner 3 simple LEDs, which have the function of indicating when the battery is running low. Just make sure that the LED is not lit “low battery”. A second LED alerts you when the battery is about to run out.
The type of terminal used (QuickClips), is produced and sold almost exclusively for the use of fireworks. Its structure in steel and plastic, allows the insertion and the perfect tightening of one or more wires. You simply press two fingers on the outside of the plastic making it then scroll down, insert the wire or wires already stripped within the space that is created between the outer plastic and steel center, and then release the outside. A powerful spring will tighten the conductor ensuring perfect electrical contact. There is no hole where threading of the wire into the central cylinder: the conductor is simply placed vertically between the outer plastic and the metal center at any point.
The entire unit is housed inside a briefcase military HPRC2300 of Italian manufacture, (http://www.plaber.com/2300.htm) whose mechanical performance, guarantee a perfect protection device to weathering and any shocks. The use of stainless steel for panel, clamps and screws, it does not allow moisture, over the years, ruin and wear out the components