All portable stage lighting dimmers and controllers are made to connect using standard cables and connections. It's as easy as 1...2...3 !
1. Plug your lighting instruments (PAR, Ellipsoidal, Fresnel, etc.) into the dimmer pack standard Edison receptacles.
2. Connect between dimmer packs and the controller using standard XLR-type microphone cables. It won't matter which order they are connected as long as they are all connected.
3. Plug the dimmer pack AC power cables into a standard 20AMP, 120v AC circuit.
You're done with the wiring! The controller gets its power from the dimmers. Start programming the dimmers and setting your lighting scenes.
When connecting electrical equipment it is important to observe standard precautions to avoid electric shock.
Do not exceed the dimmer channel or dimmer pack load capacity.
Do not use under sized wire cables to connect dimmers or light instruments. HEAVY DUTY 12/3 EXTENSION CABLES ARE REQUIRED.
Do not over load the AC power circuit(s) used to power the dimmers. Usually both outlets on a duplex receptacle are on the same circuit. And often several duplex outlets will be on the same circuit.
Take care to isolate separate circuits when connecting dimmers to AC power.