LiteGear LiteDimmer+ Plus

P.O.A

The LiteDimmer +Plus Series includes Hybrid, Chroma, and DMX versions in capacities ranging from 100 to 1600 watts in AC and DC configurations.

Description

Incorporating legendary LiteDimmer cinema-grade electronics, the LiteDimmer +Plus Series includes Hybrid, Chroma, and DMX versions in capacities ranging from 100 to 1600 watts in AC and DC configurations. Some units feature CurrentSense™ technology that regulates the output regardless of the luminaire size. This feature allows for a 400W LiteMat+ Plus 8 to be powered by a 200W LiteDimmer+ Plus unit, which can be helpful when adding a last minute light source to a setup.

Battery Information

List of Recommended Batteries for LiteDimmer+ Plus

Anton Bauer – Digital G90

  • Max. output current = 10A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.4V
  • Capacity = 89Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = Li-Ion
  • Average Run Time* = 0:42

Cine 150 GM

  • Max. output current = 12A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.4V
  • Capacity = 150Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = Li-Ion
  • Average Run Time* = 1:14

HyTRON 140

  • Max. output current = 12A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.4V
  • Capacity = 140Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = NiMH
  • Average Run Time* = 1:19

Digital 190

  • Max. output current = 10A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.4V
  • Capacity = 194Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = Li-Ion
  • Average Run Time* = 1:43

Dionic XT 150 GM

  • Max. output current = 12A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.4V
  • Capacity = 156Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = Li-Ion
  • Average Run Time* = 1:18

Bebob

V150

  • Max. output current = 10A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.4V
  • Capacity = 147Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = Li-Ion
  • Average Run Time* = 1:07

V200

  • Max. output current = 10A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.4V
  • Capacity = 196Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = Li-Ion
  • Average Run Time* = 1:33

V155RM

  • Max. output current = 20A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.8V
  • Capacity = 155Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = Li-Ion
  • Average Run Time* = 1:15

V290RM

  • Max. output current = 20A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.8V
  • Capacity = 294Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = Li-Ion
  • Average Run Time* = 2:19

Block

2F1-144

  • Max. output current = N/A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.4V
  • Capacity = 144Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = NiMH
  • Average Run Time* = 0:44

Blueshape

BV180

  • Max. output current = 9A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.8V
  • Capacity = 180Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = Li-Ion
  • Average Run Time* = 0:50

BV190HD SPLASH

  • Max. output current = 12A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.8V
  • Capacity = 190Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = Li-Ion
  • Average Run Time* = 1:30

BV270HD

  • Max. output current = 9A

  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.8V
  • Capacity = 180Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = Li-Ion
  • Average Run Time* = 0:50

BV270HD

  • Max. output current = 12A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.8V
  • Capacity = 266Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = Li-Ion
  • Average Run Time* = 2:13

BV270HD SPLASH

  • Max. output current = 12A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.8V
  • Capacity = 266Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = Li-Ion
  • Average Run Time* = 2:14

Core SWX

Hypercore 9 Mini 3-Stud

  • Max. output current = 12A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.8V
  • Capacity = 98Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = Li-Ion
  • Average Run Time* = 0:46

Dynacore

DN310-S

  • Max. output current = 18A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.8V
  • Capacity = 310Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = Li-Ion
  • Average Run Time* = 2:25

IDX

DUO-150

  • Max. output current = 10A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.8V
  • Capacity = 146Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = Li-Ion
  • Average Run Time* = 1:02

DUO-C198

  • Max. output current = 14A
  • Voltage (nominal) = 14.4V – Capacity = 191Wh
  • Cell Chemistry = Li-Ion
  • Average Run Time* = 1:37

*Average Run Time is based on tests completed under lab conditions using a LiteMat+ Plus 2L and either a LiteDimmer+ Plus DC200G or DC200V. All batteries were fully charged prior to testing. All batteries tested ran for approximately an average of 77.7% of their rated run time.

**It is recommended to use one battery for every 100W. For example, a 150W LiteMat+ Plus 3 would require use of two batteries simultaneously.

***It is recommended to use batteries with a higher maximum output current capacity. Typically, this means using batteries that allow up to 10A of output continuously, although batteries with a lower capacity can be used in certain situations. Be sure that you are using the appropriate battery.

****Any visible flicker at the end of a battery’s life is caused by the battery and not the ballast.

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