Doug Fleenor Designs PRE10-A-POPO
DMX512 Wall Zone Controller

OUR PART #  PRE10-A-POPO

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The Doug Fleenor Design Preset 10 Architectural is a DMX512 playback device that can take up to ten snapshots from a DMX console and play them back at the press of a button. Fade times can be set from 0 to 999 seconds (default is 2 seconds).

There are two versions of software available: PRE10A and PRE10A-POPO. The original PRE10A offers "Radio Button" operation, where only one preset may be active at time. The new PRE10A-POPO offers ten HTP presets. Each of these ten HTP presets are capable of being turned ON or OFF individually.

Doug Fleenor Design Preset 10 Architectural Specifications:

  • Connector: Phoenix Contact MSTB series 5-position two part terminal block
  • Connector pin out:
    • 1 - DMX512 common
    • 2 - DMX512 data -
    • 3 - DMX512 data +
    • 4 - Negative supply
    • 5 - Positive supply
  • Input/Output circuit: ESD protected EIA-485 transceiver (LT1785)
  • Indicators:
    • Ten green preset indicator LEDs
    • One red Lockout / Record LED
  • User controls:
    • Ten preset push buttons
    • One recessed record push button
    • One recessed fade time push button
  • Power input: 9 to 16 volts AC or DC / 150 mA per station (A 10 volt class "doorbell" transformer is recommended for fixed installations)
  • Color: Black Anodized, With Silver Engraved Nomenclature
  • Size :
    • Faceplate (HxWxD): 4.5" x 2.75" x 0.2"
    • Faceplate Rear Inset (HxWxD): 4.05" x 2.4" x 0.1" 
    • Electrical Box Minimum Inside Dimensions (HxWxD): 3.5" x 2.1" x 1.25"
Transformer for PRE10A, RERUN-A and ES2
Doug Fleenor Designs XFMR Transformer for PRE10A, RERUN-A and ES2
The model XFMR is a class 2 "doorbell" transformer. It is suitable for use with the PRE10-A, PRE10-A2, ES2 and RERUN-A.Doug Fleenor Designs XFMR Transformer Specifications: AC Input (Primary): 120VAC Output Secondary (RMS): 10V, 1.2APower ...

Doug Fleenor Designs PRE10-A-POPO
DMX512 Wall Zone Controller

OUR PART #  PRE10-A-POPO

Product Information:

The Doug Fleenor Design Preset 10 Architectural is a DMX512 playback device that can take up to ten snapshots from a DMX console and play them back at the press of a button. Fade times can be set from 0 to 999 seconds (default is 2 seconds).

There are two versions of software available: PRE10A and PRE10A-POPO. The original PRE10A offers "Radio Button" operation, where only one preset may be active at time. The new PRE10A-POPO offers ten HTP presets. Each of these ten HTP presets are capable of being turned ON or OFF individually.

Doug Fleenor Design Preset 10 Architectural Specifications:

  • Connector: Phoenix Contact MSTB series 5-position two part terminal block
  • Connector pin out:
    • 1 - DMX512 common
    • 2 - DMX512 data -
    • 3 - DMX512 data +
    • 4 - Negative supply
    • 5 - Positive supply
  • Input/Output circuit: ESD protected EIA-485 transceiver (LT1785)
  • Indicators:
    • Ten green preset indicator LEDs
    • One red Lockout / Record LED
  • User controls:
    • Ten preset push buttons
    • One recessed record push button
    • One recessed fade time push button
  • Power input: 9 to 16 volts AC or DC / 150 mA per station (A 10 volt class "doorbell" transformer is recommended for fixed installations)
  • Color: Black Anodized, With Silver Engraved Nomenclature
  • Size :
    • Faceplate (HxWxD): 4.5" x 2.75" x 0.2"
    • Faceplate Rear Inset (HxWxD): 4.05" x 2.4" x 0.1" 
    • Electrical Box Minimum Inside Dimensions (HxWxD): 3.5" x 2.1" x 1.25"
Transformer for PRE10A, RERUN-A and ES2
Doug Fleenor Designs XFMR Transformer for PRE10A, RERUN-A and ES2
The model XFMR is a class 2 "doorbell" transformer. It is suitable for use with the PRE10-A, PRE10-A2, ES2 and RERUN-A.Doug Fleenor Designs XFMR Transformer Specifications: AC Input (Primary): 120VAC Output Secondary (RMS): 10V, 1.2APower ...
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