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Home Accessories Dew Control Systems Kendrick Dew Heater Systems Kendrick DigiFire 8 Digital Dew Heater Controller
The new Kendrick heavy-duty "Prosumer" model with 4 individual adjustable heater ports and programmable power supply suitable for powering popular DSLR cameras. The new DigiFire 8 has all the features of the former DigiFire 7, plus some improvements.
The new Kendrick heavy-duty "Prosumer" model with 4 individual adjustable heater ports and programmable power supply suitable for powering popular DSLR cameras. The new DigiFire 8 has all the features of the former DigiFire 7, plus some improvements. Heavy-Duty, individually adjustable power output for up to 4 heaters. NEW Built-in 8V DSLR Power Supply. Just add our DSLR Battery Adapter and power you DSLR from the Dew Controller. * NEW 2 DC Accessory Ports 1 Port 12V up to 15 Amp output NEW 2nd port programmable for 12V OR 8V (DSLR Camera Power). Up to 1.5 Amp output 15 Amps total power (max 7 Amp with Cigarette Lighter Plug). Dimmable lights! In fact, after 2 minutes, they shut-off! Pressing 1 of the 2 control buttons will "wake-up" the lights again User Changeable Cord. We strongly recommend you "ditch the Cigarette Lighter Plug". Chose you own or add our Anderson Power Pole pre-welded (glued) plugs to get all 15 Amps the unit is capable of delivering. Cord Management - Power other devices using the 2 DC Accessory Ports. For example, our 12V USB Hub. Low Voltage Cut-Off - A Kendrick Standard that saves your battery from permanent destruction. NEW Disable Low Voltage Cut-Off. We don't recommend it, but if you want to drain your battery beyond repair it is now possible. (!) Reverse Polarity Protection* The DSLR power supply is designed for normal astrophotography applications. Specifically, long exposures with momentary delay between exposures. It is NOT design for daytime burst exposures.