Today’s performance installations demand that lighting control intelligence can operate building wide. The Chilli Pro Series has been designed from the start with this in mind and can deliver outstanding performance dimming.
Chilli Pro is a range of high density, wall mounted convection cooled power switching and dimming cabinets. Quick to install and set up, easy to operate and maintain, Chilli Pros are the workhorse of any hard working professional venue.
Chilli Pro is available in a range of different control variants including:
Chilli Pro includes, as standard, theatrical leading edge phase-cut dimming, optionally delivered as a mixture of dimming and hot power switches to suit the requirements of today's mixed lighting systems.
A 4-channel optional relay card may be retrofitted to Chilli Pro to allow remotely controlled power switching via DMX. Relays can be used to control effects or to power intelligent fixtures including LED’s, projectors, and other non-dim loads.
Individual dimming channels can be switched to deliver mains power for intelligent fixtures, LED’s, projectors, and other non-dim loads - save wiring, simplify your set up, and allows you to connect your fixtures exactly where you want them. This 'hot power' override brings peace of mind with a lockable door and viewing windows.
Chilli Pro is available with MCBs or, depending on the variant, RBCOs per circuit. Chilli Pro is optionally available with RCB protection on the input.
Individual channels are protected by 'Miniature Circuit Breakers' (MCBs) as standard. MCB’s are 'C' curve with built in Neutral disconnection; one standard for use in all 230v markets.
12-channel units can be upgraded to Eaton RCBOs ('Residual Current Breakers with Overload protection'). RCBOs are a combination of an RCD and MCB, providing over-current protection and earth fault current protection for each individual circuit, ensuring faults only interrupt individual circuits.
'Residual Current Devices' (RCDs) monitor the incoming supply, detect earth leakage, and break the incoming circuit if a fault is detected. RCD's are required as standard in some countries. Individual channel RCBOs can alternatively be considered for 12-channel units.