Used Kendrick Digi-Fire 10 Dew Heater Controller - 11115- SOLD

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  • $129.00
  • Regular price $249.00
  • Used Kendrick Digi-Fire 10 Dew Heater Controller - 11115- SOLD

    • Sale
    • $129.00
    • Regular price $249.00
    • ITEM #

    • Sold Out



    • This is a used item in very good condition
    • Fully programmable heater control
    • Reverse polarity protection
    • Firmware upgradeable

    Used Kendrick Digi-Fire 10 Dew Heater Controller - 11115- SOLD

    100% digital operation.

    RFI (radio frequency interference) free. Absolutely necessary if you are into digital imaging!

    6 outputs.

    2 outputs programmable for temperature sensing. Set these two outputs to keep your chosen optical surfaces anywhere from 1° to 10° C above ambient temperature. (Only one optic sensor is included with the controller. Ambient air sensor in included). The remaining 2 programmable outputs can be programmed to operate on duty cycle. Or, use all 4 on duty cycle.

    All four outputs are programmable in duty cycle if you choose, from 0 to 100% in 10% increments.

    Low voltage cut-off (a Kendrick standard!). Protect your battery from being to deeply discharged. IMPORTANT NOTE on this feature.

    Run 12 VDC accessories or heaters from the 2 dedicated 12 volt outputs. For example, run cooling fans, computerized setting circles, DewGuard secondary mirror heaters etc.

    Firmware upgradeable.

    Pulse Width Modulation duty cycle control.

    Reverse polarity protection.

    Mosfet transistors built on board (no voltage drops!) and on all outputs! Get the best possible performance out of your heaters!

    Brushed stainless steel case.

    Really simple to use!

    Dimensions: 5.5" L x 3" W x 1" H

      Additional Information

      Input12 Volt
      OperationDigital Control
      OutputsSix 2 Programmable
      Product TypeDew Heater Controller
      Warranty90 Day
    • Digi-Fire controller only*
    • *Does not include temperature sensors*

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