Nanlite NANLINK WS-TB-1 Transmitter Box

Total including 10% GST: $109.00

Product Description

The NANLINK WS-TB-1 Transmitter Box lets you wirelessly control lights with the NANLINK mobile app regardless of whether or not they have built-in Bluetooth. Any Nanlite fixture with built-in 2.4Ghz is compatible with the WS-TB-1, including the PavoTube 30C & 15C, Forza 500, MixPanel 150 & 60, & others. The NANLINK mobile app gives you deep control over color temperature, HSI, & effects, & it lets you easily create repeatable scenes, presets, & control lights in groups.

Adds Powerful Mobile App Control

Easily control lights like the PavoTube 30C & 15C, Forza 500, and MixPanel 150 wirelessly with the free NANLINK mobile app. You can group lights, synchronize effects, & fine-tune dimming, HSI, & CCT.

Multiple Power Options

It has a built-in 2400 mA battery & can run constantly for 10 hours. An integrated USB-C port allows you to add future firmware updates & power the device with a USB powerbank battery. You can also use this port to connect the WS-TB-1 directly to an AC outlet.

Compact & Easy To Mount

Designed to be as small & lightweight as possible while still providing all-day battery life & a robust control signal. Internal antennas keep the size to a minimum. A bottom 1/4-20 socket, side belt-clip, & an integrated ring give you many different ways to mount it.

Compatible with Many Lights

Fully compatible with the PavoTube II X-Series, PavoTube 30C & 15C, PavoTube II 6C, Forza 500, 300, 300B, 200, 150, 60, & 60B, MixPanel 150 & 60, FS 300, 200, & 150, LumiPad 25 & 11, Compac 200 & more.

Believe in Our Quality

Includes a 2-year limited warranty that you can extend to 3-years for free when you register online, with nearly 30 years of manufacturing photo & video lighting products, you can have confidence in our quality.

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