ETC DRd Power Control
ETC’s Unison DRd series enclosures are workhorses behind the scenes, with higher power density than other dimming systems and a variety of dimming, switching, and special-application modules. Integrated with ETC’s Unison Paradigm and Echo systems, the DRd supports all fixture types – LEDs, incandescent, fluorescents, emergency – and all dimming methods, including: 0-10V; DALI; forward- and reverse-phase; as well as two-, three-, and four-wire fluorescent ballasts. The Unison DRd is future-proofed with modular dimming, control, and station support so you can easily adapt to whatever comes next.
We ensure that your system stays reliable, even when the power goes out. The DRd is UL 924 Listed, providing uninterrupted service and load shedding should an emergency occur. Optional RideThru technology keep processors energized for up to 10 seconds, while power is transferred to an emergency source. For additional security, an optional BatteryPack module keeps your system processor functional for up to 90 minutes following a power disruption, so your system is ready to respond as soon as power returns.
When it comes to fluorescent dimming, Unison DRd can handle it all: two- and three-wire dimming ballasts with standard modules, DALI ballasts with the DALI option board, and 0-10V ballasts with the FLO option board. And DRd doesn’t stop at fluorescent control; there is reverse-phase dimming for electronic low-voltage transformers and a full range of load options, including LED.
DRd Power Control (with Echo)
Integrating a DRd enclosure with the Unison Echo power control family provides simple expansion for small- and medium-sized facilities while still delivering room-based local control. In this configuration, you can use simple DMX and streaming ACN input to interact with the high-quality dimming and switching of the Echo distributed system, along with optional support for Echo stations, responsive controls, and interfaces. DRd Power Control with Echo components form an incredibly flexible and powerful tool.
DRd Power Control (with Paradigm)
With Unison Paradigm Control in the DRd enclosure, you get unparalleled lighting control and full-featured dimming. The enclosure supports a Paradigm Architectural Control Processor (ACP), and an optional Paradigm Station Power Module for use with stations, responsive controls, and interfaces. Paradigm control supports Ethernet networking and integration, along with streaming ACN, DMX512A, RS-232 serial-, and contact-closure interfaces.
Unison Modules are available in voltages for every need: 120V, 230V, 240V, and 277V. Designed specifically for use in Unison DRd Series enclosures, these modules are heavy-duty, high-grade commercial hardware. Each module uses fully-rated magnetic breakers for continuous duty at the modules rated capacity.
For more than 25 years, ETC dimmer modules have been the rock-solid core of ETC power systems. They just keep working, and working, and working. Module options include support for LED, electronic low-voltage, magnetic low-voltage, incandescent, two-, three-, and four-wire fluorescent – even neon and cold-cathode on a module-by-module basis.
True air-gap relay modules ensure that switched power is just that – switched on or off. Relay modules are the perfect choice for moving light or LED circuits which will never need dimming. ETC’s relay modules support any switch load, including motor loads.
Constant Circuit Modules
Sometimes you just need power. With constant circuit modules, if the panel is energized, the circuit has power – period.
With Sensor ThruPower modules, you have a dimmer, a relay and constant circuit – all in one module. Switched and dimmed power output modes can be configured remotely via the Eos family of consoles, Concert software, or the TPSR app. Constant mode is set with switches directly at the module.
PhaseAdept LED-series modules provide high-quality dimming for LED fixtures. They are compatible with any Sensor dimming enclosure including current Sensor3, Sensor+, and Sensor enclosures. The flexibility to install in legacy and new systems giving venues the ability to update their fixtures or lamps without having to update their entire power infrastructure.