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Monday, February 8, 2010

Lightcraft 4400 Control Center



My favorite controllers for analogue control. Lightcraft made great units, but unfortunately the company went out of business once DMX became king. This unit has 4 channels for relay output (on off only) and 4 channels for dimable output. Unit uses 0 - 10 volt control and works with Lightcraft Dimmers and Relays. Unit has 16 internal programs for different types of chase on the dim output channels as well as knobs for control of the speed of the flash, intensity of the channels (dim), and audio (via the internal microphone). Unit made in the United States.


5 comments:

  1. IF ANYONE OUT THERE HAS A LIGHTCRAFT 4400 CONTROLLER THEY WANT TO SELL ... E-mail me please
    c_edw63@yahoo.com .. i had one for years , but it burnned out and cannot be repaired because the whole unit is shot

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  2. 1. I see no power jack, so I'm guessing one of the pins on one of the 'out's must provide power.

    2. Is this something people would be interested in buying still? I have one.

    3. Source for manual or schematics? Failing #2, I'd like to see if I can force this thing to give me some interesting audio by circuit bending it. Failing that, it'd make a good box for some other project, but only as a last resort.

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  3. The "in" has an additional wire that is used for the power. I think it is the center pin. The power is provided from the dimmer pack. Hope this helps.
    Colin

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  4. Some people still use these in small clubs / bars. I still find them used in many churches as well. As for a selling price they are pretty cheap as they are not current.
    Colin

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  5. Sorry, but I have no schematics.
    Colin

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