Use the Rotator virtually anywhere you need simple but precise motorized control of a spinning set piece.
Consider it for moving clock hands, rotating signs, motorized window or door pivots, advanced mirror ball effects,
periaktoi, rotating mirror panels, or anything else that a designer imagines.
Can be mounted vertically or horizontally, and is operated via a DMX controller.
This is how it works:
The Rotator is an advanced mirror ball motor with DMX control.
The motor can spin with variable speed, both clockwise and counter clockwise.
The motor has a servo – positioning system, with different operation modes.
It’s possible to spin the motor continuously with variable speed for some minutes, change direction during spinning,
and then, when needed, stop the motor at a certain angle.
The Rotator is often used to rotate curtains, banners, huge mirror balls or other kinds of set pieces in the theater,
show and exhibition area.
With a simple DMX interface it’s easy to integrate advanced and dynamic movements to the show,
and it’s possible to make precise and smooth operations.
The output shaft is made of 20 mm iron shaft. The shaft has a 10 mm tread in the end, and also a 10 mm hole sideways in the shaft
(see detailed dimensions under Technical Details) Both holes are used for mounting the rotation object.
The Rotator is made for applications hanging from the ceiling, with rotation around a vertical shaft.
Horizontal rotation is only possible with a very limited weight, or if the load is supported with extra bearing
so that the product is not carrying the full horizontal load.
230 volt AC 50-60 Hz
Max 75 W
Neutrik powercon TRUE1 male & female
5 pole XLR, in & link
|DMX control signal||
DMX 512 1990 + DMX 512A / 6 Channels used
50 kg (110 lbs) vertical load
0-40 °C (32- 104 °F)
50 mm (2 inch) slim coupler (max load: 300 kg) 50 mm ( 2 inch)
20 mm iron axel with 10mm tread
13.3 x 23.3 x 18.3 cm/ (H-W-D) / 5.2 x 9.2 x 7.2 in
7.6 kg /13 lbs
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