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The fourth generation of Ai’s popular Inline Control System.

High Output Power: Capable of delivering 2.1 amps of continuous output and up to 8 amps in overdrive strobe at 24V, outperforming all other inline controllers on the market.

Compact & Rugged: Sleek enough to fit through wiring conduit with its compact anodized aluminum housing and sealed to IP68 standards for prolonged liquid immersion and complete dust protection.

Plug-and-Play Functionality: Enabled with SignaTech™, allowing for simplicity when overdriving, without risk of damage to the lighthead.

For more information, please refer to the Product Manual below under downloads.

Controller Style
Inline Control System (Cable Inline, Permanently Affixed)
Operating Modes
Pulse (Overdrive Strobe), Gated Continuous, Continuous
Input Connection
Flying Tinned Leads or Optional A-coded 5-pin Male M12 Connector
Input Supply Requirements
24V DC Nominal, 2.1A Recommended
21V Min - 30V Max; Power Inputs Reverse-Polarity Protected
Output Channels
1 Inline Channel
Output Power
Continuous: 50W Max*
Pulsed: 150W Peak Max*
Output Current
Continuous: 2.1A Max*
Pulsed: 8A Max* (Load Dependent)
Output Voltage
Vin - 1V
Trigger Signal
NPN, Active Low, TTL Compatible
PNP, Active High, TTL Compatible
2.5V Min - 30V Max, <=5mA
Trigger Protection
Protected up to 30V;
Trigger Delay
20 μs + 10us LED rise-time
Trigger Frequency Limit
2KHz *Requires Duty Cycle ≤ 1% beyond 1KHz
Trigger Interaction
Default OFF - PNP pull HIGH to enable, NPN pull LOW to enable
Pulse Width Range
30 μs - ∞
Duty Cycle Range
<5% up to 5ms
<10% up to 10ms
≥ 10% past 10ms
Analog Dimming
0V - 10V (0% - 100%); <=5mA
Operating Temperature Range
0°C to +60 °C
Storage Temperature Range
-25°C to +85 °C
IP Rating
3.9" x 0.65 DIA (99.06mm x 20.6mm DIA)
Approx. 0.106lb (48g)
N/A (Inline)
Case Material
5 Years
*Values shown are based on controller component limitations. Actual limitations will vary depending on the limits set for the connected light head. These limits are hardcoded into each in-line controller to prevent LED failure from occurring when driven beyond the light's acceptable range.

Please refer to the User Manual for complete specifications.