Avolites ART 2000 Powercube

Avolites PowerCube

Dry hire day / week rate: £50.00 / £150.00 +VAT
Trade Account Holders' discount available up to 40%

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Avolites PowerCube ART 2000 is a compact, flexible dimming control, mains power distro and DMX data distribution unit. PowerCube also features Art-Net control.

Main features

  • DMX 512 input with isolated/ buffered split into 2 circuits
  • 63A 3-phase input (TPNE)
  • 26 user circuits rated at 10 amps or 16 amps, 100% duty cycle
  • 18 dimmer circuits of 10 amps each
  • 6 combined dimmer & fixed mains circuits of 10 amps each
  • 6 fixed mains outlets of 16 amps each (up to 2 outlets per phase)
  • Socapex outlet form

The unit provides distributed, intelligent control from a lighting desk. This reduces DMX cabling - no need to run DMX universe cable to the lighting control desk at FOH. DMX cabling can therefore begin at the PowerCube, which can be located close to an incoming mains power source.


Other features

  • Additional DMX input via Art-Net, with isolated-split out into 2 circuits
  • 12 programmable memories with remote store and playback, allowing for quick recall of configurations for regular applications
  • Local dimming control via 18 rotary faders
  • User interface via graphic screen and cursor control, or web browser

Please contact us to hire a PowerCube for your lighting production.


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Mainline Show Productions Ltd:
Unit B12a, Heywood Distribution Park, Heywood, Manchester OL10 2TS

T: 0161 723 0612 T: 0161 7230612


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