RED 3-Axis Lens Control System Wireless/Wired Follow

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What wireless signal does the W.M.D. use to connect with the T.H.C.?

2.4GHz FHSS (Frequency-Hopping Spread Spectrum).

 

What is the wireless range between the T.H.C. and W.M.D.?

The wireless range depends on the environment, and is consistent with the wireless range of other leading lens control systems.

Standard wireless obstructions, such as concrete walls and other wireless devices within a close proximity limit the connectivity of the RED 3-Axis Lens Control System.

 

What is the wired connection range between the W.M.D. and T.H.C.?

If you are using a RED CAN Command Cable to connect the W.M.D. to a battery-powered T.H.C., the maximum wired connection range is 1600'. A RED CAN Command Cable provides power to the T.H.C. (when a battery is not installed) up to 500'. However, the maximum length of a RED CAN Command Cable for the RED 3-Axis Lens Control System is 50', so you should use a third-party cable for distances longer than 50'.

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