Supports the drape or item and releases it when signalled. 230v AC.
Specifying an Electro Kabuki system is straightforward. Order enough EK Modules to space at intervals of one to two metres along your drape and enough cables to link them together. And be sure to select modules of the right voltage. Work out the distance from your control location to the first EK module, and order a cable that’s long enough.
If you need a simple manual kabuki drop, at the push of a button, choose a Basic Firing Box. But if you expect to perform an automated kabuki drop using DMX technology, you can specify the DMX/Sensing Firing Box; you’ll need an end-of-line unit to work with it.
Other EK components are readily available to let you set up more complex curtain drops and kabuki reveals: see the configuration examples below.