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FUSION Signature Series LED Voltage Regulator & Dimmer Control

FUSION Signature Series LED Voltage Regulator & Dimmer Control
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Signature Series LED Voltage Regulator & Dimmer Control

Regulated Output Voltage
Provides a constant supply voltage to the connected Signature Series speaker or subwoofer LED's, ensuring stable illumination of up to 10 Signature Speakers/Subwoofers. Protection of output short circut and input over voltage are included.

Brightness & Dimmer Controls
The MS-VREGLED's Dim Input enables switching between two user-adjustable LED brightness settings. The brightness level of each setting are able to be adjusted from the brightness controls on the MS-VREGLED to match any environment.

Power & Illumination Controls
When using the regulator you can choose whether to illuminate the vessel or power down the lights. With the flick of a switch change between blue or white illumination.

Features:
  • Dual Color Switch
  • Adjustable LED
  • 1-Year Warrantly


The MS-VREGLED LED voltage regulator will work with any of the below FUSION Signature Series products (limit 10 per regulator). Multiple MS-VREGLED can be installed for large installations.

Compatible Devices:
  • 6.5" 230 Watt Signature Series Speakers
  • 7.7" 280 Watt Signature Series Speakers
  • 10" 450 Watt Signature Series Speakers


Specifications:
  • Input Voltage: 10.8 - 16 VDC
  • Input Current: 3 Amp Maximum
  • Output Voltage: 5 - 15 VDC (Adjustable)
  • Output Current: 1.5 Amp Maximum
  • Water Resistance: IPX2 (when correctly mounted)
  • Product Dimensions: (L) 110mm (4-5/6"), (W) 62.4mm (2-7/16"), (H) 23.5mm (15/16")
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