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This 800 Watt mono sound-to-light modulator effect kit will create a great party or disco atmosphere without spending much money. The board will control the intensity of one or more lamps and make them flash in rhythm with the music.
The input is connected to the speaker output of the amplifier and mains bulbs are connected to the output. Opto-isolation ensures complete isolation between the audio and mains voltage sections provides safe and reliable operation.
Input sensitivity is adjustable.
The output is designed for use with conventional incandescent filament light bulbs only.
NOT suitable for use with inductive loads or other types of bulbs e.g. fluorescent, CFL, halogen, transformer, etc.
See Order Code 1133 for a Stereo version of this product.Features
|Working Voltage||230V ac mains|
|Input Sensitivity||2-60 Watts|
|Output Power||800 Watts max.|
|Output Voltage||230V ac|
|Output Current||3.5A max.|
|Board Dimensions||~ 60 x 40 x 30 mm|
|Control Knob||KB0410 (metal splined pot now supplied)|
|Board Connections||Solder posts|
|Product Format||SELF-ASSEMBLY Electronic Kit (KT) Product Formats Info|
|Documentation||1006 User Manual|
|WARNING||Product operates at mains voltage and is not suitable for children. An isolating enclosure is required (not included). Installation, testing and commissioning should be performed by a competent person. Mains Electricity Info|
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