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Instead of the locking device you can slide a motor into the channeled rail, which will allow motorized change of direction and angle remotely.
Such reflector motors can be controlled.
A — Manual Control
One of the dedolight Lightstream manual controllers allows the control of two reflector motors. It employs a switch to choose which reflector you want to control. It has a 4-direction push button device that allows to control up/down or left/right movement, or both simultaneously by hand.
These controllers can be fed by V-lock batteries or AC power supply.
B — DMX Control
We have a DMX controller that can be powered by battery or by AC power supply. It features all known DMX functions and has six output connectors, to control six reflectors.
Thus, you could give all the six reflectors the same address and control them simultaneously in the same manner and direction, or you can give each of the six reflectors an individual DMX address, and set them accordingly.
You can therefore employ, control and direct reflectors over a considerable distance, without having to climb ladders or walk on the overhead construction. Such methods are particularly beneficial when you want to experience and control the lighting effects from the point of view of the talent or the camera.
The motors to be used can be slid into the channeled rail on the back of all our different
reflectors in the regular dedolight Lightstream range which are fitted with this channeled rail.
For the 100x100 cm reflector, which has no channeled rail but a yoke mount, we will
soon also have a different DMX-controlled motorization.
For dedolight Lightstream Lite and dedolight Lightstream Table Top there is no motor control at this stage.