Designed to wirelessly control multiple lights in the Nanlite line, the NANLINK Transmitter Box is a 2400 MHz battery-driven unit that allows you to charge it while running on AC power. Bottom 1/4″-20 threads, a side belt clip, and a ring integrated into the chassis offer different ways to mount it. The included padded case has a belt loop and a carabiner clip. The NANLINK Transmitter Box is compatible with PavoTube II X-Series, PavoTube 30C and 15C, PavoTube II 6C, Forza 500, 300, 300B, 200, 150, 60, and 60B, MixPanel 150 and 60, FS 300, 200, and 150, LumiPad 25 and 11, Compac 200, and more.
Wirelessly control lights with the NANLINK mobile app regardless of whether they have built-in Bluetooth. Any Nanlite fixture with built-in 2.4 GHz is compatible with the NANLINK, including the PavoTube 30C and 15C, Forza 500, MixPanel 150 and 60, and others. The NANLINK mobile app gives you deep control over color temperature, HSI, and effects, and it lets you easily create repeatable scenes and presets and control lights in groups.
With a built-in 2400 MHz battery, the NANLINK Transmitter Box can run for 10 hours. The integrated USB Type-C port allows you to add future firmware updates, but it also lets you power the device in the field with a USB power bank battery. You can also use this port to connect the NANLINK directly to an AC outlet to run continuously while charging the internal battery.
The NANLINK was designed to be as compact and lightweight as possible while providing all-day battery life and a robust control signal. An internal antenna system helps it perform and keeps the size to a minimum. A bottom 1/4″-20 thread, side belt-clip, and ring integrated into the chassis give you many ways to mount it. The included padded case even has a belt loop and carabiner clip.
The NANLINK is fully compatible with the PavoTube II X-Series, PavoTube 30C and 15C, PavoTube II 6C, Forza 500, 300, 300B, 200, 150, 60, and 60B, MixPanel 150 and 60, FS 300, 200, and 150, LumiPad 25 and 11, Compac 200, and more.