The VMM-D4 is a four-channel shutter driver capable of controlling up to four Vincent shutters independently. The compact design puts four individual shutter drivers in a single streamlined system. Active high-level logic inputs allow independent shutter control, while one single input will activate all channels simultaneously. Active low-level logic outputs are available to monitor the status of each individual synchronization system output. One single output is available to monitor when all shutter synchronization system circuits are active.
- Four channel shutter driver capable of driving up to four Vincent shutters independently.
- Four independent inputs to allow individual shutter control.
- One input to open four shutters simultaneously.
- Four independent outputs to monitor the individual synchronization output of each shutter.
- One output to monitor when all individual sync outputs are active.
- Manual open/close switch for each channel. Allows inverse shutter operation.
- Energy select slide switch - allows selection of additionally pulse energy necessary when operating the VS35, the VS45, or the CS45.
- Exposure determined by external pulse, or switch contact closure.
- Four standard 710C 10ft. shutter interconnect cable included one for each channel.
- Separate fuse for each shutter channel.
- Black aluminum enclosure.
- Power input 115/230VAC - 3 prong IEC type connector. Manual switching as required.
- Size (HWD) 2.60x5.50x8.00 inches (6.6 x 13.9 x 20.3 cm.)
- Weight 4.5 lbs. (2.05 Kg)
Simple and straightforward controls allow the VMM-D4 to be easy to use and configure. LED indicators reveal each shutter’s status at a glance. Four fuse holders with .6A slow blow fuse, accessible at the front panel for ease or replacement. N.O./N.C. switches allow manual operation.
All main input/output functions can be accessed at the VMM-D4 rear panel, including the 115/230VAC input. Manual switching as required. Additionally, (2) 6-pin pluggable terminal strips allow for easy termination to input (active high) and output (active low) signals.