AM2 – DMX 4 channel RGBW Version
AM2 | 4channel DMX Version | AM2 DMX34
The AM2 DMX4 is MegaLED’s top selling RGB DMX Stand Alone Controller. Provides built in colour change programme and static control with fine colour tuning of Red-Green-Blue-White light output levels. Speed and brightness control in colour change mode, master brightness control in static mode.
The AM2 DMX is commonly used with a DMX Driver card for dimming 12 or 24VDC Linear LED Bars and LED Sign Lighting Modules. If ordered with a faceplate, the controller is conveniently designed to fit in a standard double box with the controls mounting it onto the front plate.
Compatible DMX Driving Cards:
Any of MegaLEDs DMX Driver Cards.
Most popular: DMX9, DMXMini
AM2 4 channel RGBW DMX Stand Alone Led Controller | Features:
> Stand Alone controller, providing output signals to DMX dimmer / driver cards.
> RGBW Colour Changing, Programme built in
> Speed and Brightness settings
> Ease of Use
> Proven, incredibly reliable
> Custom builds & programming available
> Fits into standard double gang wall plate
> Ideal for Illuminating RGB LED Light Bars
> Ideal for Illuminating LED Sign Lighting Modules.
AM2 4 channel RGBW Stand Alone DMX Led Controller | Specifications:
Size: 63 x 95mm (PCB).
Fixings: 5x potentiometer shafts if panel mounted or 4x 3.25mm holes.
Weight: 80g approx.
Colour change mode speed:
Loop times adjustable between 7s to 30m.
Power connection: 2x Screw terminals.
Input voltage: 7-24Vdc
Output current: N/A Outputs DMX.
Output voltage: N/A.
PWM Frequency: N/A.
Control resolution: 256 step / 8-bit.
AM2 4 channel RGBW DMX Stand Alone Led Controller | Operation:
Two modes of operation allow for static (adjustable steady colour / brightness) and RGBW colour changing effects. The colour change pattern is MegaLED’s standard RGBW colour change pattern which provides
smooth, flicker free colour transitions. A random start colour is chosen when colour-change mode is entered.
Static mode allows precise setting of brightness in Red, Green, Blue and White channels. Additionally, a brightness control is available allowing overall dimming without changing colour. This control is available in both modes of operation.
The mode is selected by a momentary push switch, and the current mode is displayed through a red and green on-board LED. The controller can be switched off from the mains by pressing the “mode” button for 2 SECONDS.
On power up, the controller will be in the same mode it was last set to. Other and custom LED Lighting programmes can be created and embedded into the AM2 chip, on request.