- How does it work?
The RSC Lightlock works by accelerating and decelerating a balanced mass or weight at
the appropriate moment of the swing cycle
of a moving structure.
- Will the RSC Lightlock stabilize a truss or
pipe when one or more automated fixtures
- How many moving fixtures can be moving
in unison before one RSC Lightlock
The RSC Lightlock will remain effective for
as many moving fixtures as you require, however it will take slightly longer for the structure to come to rest, so instead of stopping the swing instantly it may take a second or two.
- Will RSC Lightlock correct oscillations
produced by wind?
No, not at the moment - in its current
design the RSC Lightlock will only correct oscillations produced by something that is attached to the structure. That is to say,
the RSC Lightlock cannot dampen
movement caused by an external force pushing the structure. However watch this space as developments are on going....
- Is RSC Lightlock affected by heat emitting
from moving fixtures?
- Does it need data?
- Does it need a secondary safety device?
As with all devices rigged at height, the
RSC Lightlock requires a safety bond. The
RSC Lightlock also has an added internal electronic safety device that prevents it
from being rigged the wrong way up.
- Does it require any specialist rigging?
No, but a series of purpose built
accessories are available.
- Can I tour RSC Lightlock's into different countries with different voltages?
Yes the RSC LightLock is fitted with an autosensing power supply.
- Does it require calibration?
The RSC Lightlock self-calibrates every time you power-up; this usually takes about 1.5 seconds.
- What power does it use?
The RSC Lightlock runs at a maximum
of 100 watts.
- Do you need a different size RSC Lightlock
for larger or smaller items?
No, the standard RSC Lightlock will serve
most applications, but for larger items RSC Lightlocks can be added together to work
in unison with each other.
- How do I rig the RSC Lightlock?
The RSC Lightlock has an integrated track
for ½" or M12 fixings that can be rigged
with standard clamps and couplers or
direct mount plates.