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Schott DCR IV Fiber Optic Illuminator with Reference Modulamp A20890
    Schott DCR IV Fiber Optic Illuminator with Reference Modulamp A20890
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    • Schott DCR IV Fiber Optic Illuminator with Reference Modulamp A20890

      SKU: A20890
      Product Code: schott-a20890
      Vendor: Schott
    • MSRP: $1,598.00    Price: $1,438.20

      Shipping Weight: 15.00 lbs

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    Features
    • Remote controllable using built-in integrated RS232 interface
    • Designed to control up to three additional DCR III units via a built-in 15-pin connector. Expansion cable and DCR III light sources sold separately.
    • Enhanced communications available by embedding error checking codes in command strings
    • Easy programmability with simple command structure
    • DC-regulated light source limits light fluctuation due to line voltage variation up to 0.5%.
    • Current limiting circuitry protects the unit from overheating due to defective and aging bulbs.
    • Lamp change indicator light - LED located on front panel changes color from green to red when lamp requires replacement. Lamp status output on RS232 is available.
    • Solid state intensity control adjusts from 0 to 100% light output.
    • Interchangeable Modulamp units offer 2 lamp positions to maximize individual lamp efficiencies.
    • Soft start “lamp saver” circuitry
    • IR filter for cool illumination
    • CSA certified to UL, CE compliant to low voltage and EMC directives
    • Universal input voltage accepts 90 to 265 VAC, 50/60 Hz
    • Note: If the intensity control knob is turned to the R (Remote) position, lamp intensity control is switched to the RS232 interface. Front panel intensity control will always override the remote intensity control. Remote control of attached DCR IIIs is dependent on each individual unit's setting, which should be in R (Remote) position for remote control.