ETC Expands ArcSystem Pro Luminaire Platform With New D4 CV Driver Family

by | Dec 19, 2020 | Gear, Lighting, News, Production

ETC announces a new addition to its ArcSystem Pro luminaire platform — the D4 CV driver family — designed for use with 24 VDC constant voltage LED loads such as linear tape applications. ArcSystem products are noted for ease of installation as well as quality of light and dimming.

The D4 CV driver line complements the recently introduced F-Drive system, creating a range of LED-driving options for a variety of installations. The new D4 CV driver line includes both wall-mount and rack-mount options, with four channels per driver, and the ability to reach maximum load capabilities of 528 W across four channels.

D4 CV drivers are available in the following three sizes.

— D4 CV 150: Wall-mountable, with four outputs of up to 50 W per output or 150 W with all outputs combined

— D4 CV 350: Wall- or rack-mountable, with over 72 W on a single output or 264 W with all outputs combined

— D4 CV 700: Wall- or rack-mountable, with 146 W per output or up to 528 W with all outputs combined

Go here for more specifics about the ArcSystem Pro D4 CV drivers.

ETC

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