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Filament Chase Lights D1280021

The filament Chase Lights are made in the desired length that fits the customers needs. The lamps are spaced approximately 1" apart. The lamps are normally wired for a 4 circuit chase operation. Each lamp draws 40 ma of current at 6 volts. The lamps are installed in a 3/8" Flexible Tube and the ends of the tube are sealed with hot glue to prevent moisture penetration. The Leader wires are color coded for circuit identification. The most common driver for the chase lights is Davis 4- Circuit Chase Module (D1284110). Unless specified by the customer, the Leader length is 24".

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4-Circuit Chase Module D1284110

The 4-Circuit Chase Module is designed to operate on 6 VDC and can handle 2 amps per circuit of current load. The adjustment allows the user to set the speed of the chase. Only one of the circuits will be active at any given time. The common (C) is connected to the positive side of the lamp and the circuits (1-4) are connected to the negative side of the lamps.

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Battery Charger D1490100

The Davis Series D1490110 Battery Charger is designed to charge eight 6 volt 7 amp hour batteries to 95 % of their capacity within 16 hours of charge time; however, the charger will charge any lead type 6 volt battery from 1 amp hour to 10 amp hour safely. The charge time is based upon the amp hour of the battery. Each output is calibrated to 6.80 VDC Float charge and is safe to leave the batteries on Float Charge when they are not in use. Each station output is protected with a 2.0 amp polys witch to safeguard against short circuit conditions.

The green LED of a given station will light when a good battery is connected to it. The red LED of that same station will glow when the battery is drawing current; the brightness of the red LED is proportional to the amount of charge being delivered.

The charger is designed to operate on either 120vac/240vac at 50/60 Hz. The selection of the desired voltage is through the fuse holder located on the power input module. The input power cord ca n be selected for the country where the charger is to be used.

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Battery: 6 Volt 7 AH D1870100

The Davis Series D1870100 is a 6 volt 7 amp hour lead type Power Sonic battery or equivalent. The battery has a molded top which seals the terminals and encloses a 6 amp polyswitch for short circuit protection. The unit has a two pole Cole Hersee plug (part number 11172) installed.

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Mini Light Engine - 1 D1970100

The Davis Series D1970100 is a dual channel light engine. The unit operates on 6 volts DC. The unit uses BNC connectors which have been drilled out for the connection to the fiber bundles. The unit is fan cooled and will run for over one hour with very little heat build up. The unit must be installed in such a manner for the air discharge and intake to be free from obstructions.

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Dual 4-Circuit Chase Unit D1971100

The Davis Series D1971100 is a dual 4 circuit chase unit. The unit operates on 6 volts DC with a maximum output current of 6 amps. The unit can be wired for a sequential or random chase and should handle the average number of lamps on a given costume.

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Mini Light Engine - 2 D1972100

The Davis Series D1972100 is a dual channel light engine and is similar to the D1970100. The unit operates on 6 volts DC. The unit uses BNC connectors which have been drilled out for the connection to the fiber bundles. The unit generate heat when run for one hour and care should be taken as to the placement or location of the unit. The unit is also available in an all solid state version including the lamps which are high power LEDs.

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