Tronix Explorer Mini with Bag (Patent Number : 2-2016-000842)

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Features :

  • Rated at 400 Watts continuous and at 1200-Watts peak power, is designed to provide power to most flash and power pack units. It makes your studio lights work on location or when power is not available - with faster recycling time, more power, better performance, and a much lighter setup compared to previous Tronix Explorer models.

  • Available in 115V/60Hz (North American/Japan) model and 230V/50Hz (Rest of the world/Universal) model.

Shipping Details :

The shipping fee anywhere in the world is $49 for 1 unit

The whole set will be shipped via FedEx with the tracking number

For some countries, duties and taxes may apply. The customer will pay.

Delivery time: 7- 14 days

Patent number: 2-2016-000842


What's in the box?

  • 1x Tronix Explorer Mini Main Inverter Unit

  • 1x Power Cord

  • 1x Adapter

  • 1x Car Battery Charger

  • 1x Carrying Case

  • 1x User Manual


Frequently Asked Questions

  • There are 2 models. How do I know which one will I need?

    • The model denotes the voltage output of the Tronix Explorer Mini. Select the model which matches the input voltage of your studio flashes or power packs (or other equipment).

    • For example, Tronix Explorer Mini 120-60 models are used by photographers in North America (Mexico, USA, and Canada) and other countries such as Japan where the convenience sockets give 100-110V. Tronix Explorer Mini 240-50 models are used by photographers in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, South, and Central America, Australia, New Zealand, and most parts of Asia and Asia Pacific regions.

  • How many pops can I expect with one full charge?

    • The number of pops will depend on the type of flash unit and the power loaded to Tronix Explorer Mini. Small loads will produce a greater number of pops and faster recycling time compared to large power loads.

    • Even at the same power rating, for example, a 500Ws bi-voltage flash and a 500Ws analog flash, and connected to the same fully charged Tronix Explorer Mini, these flashes will give different numbers of pops. In most cases, the analog flash will give more pops than the bi-voltage flash.

  • How do I know if my strobe or power pack is compatible with Tronix Explorer Mini? Why not all strobes and power packs are compatible with Tronix Explorer Mini?

    • Tronix Explorer Mini is compatible with more digital strobes, including bi-voltage strobes compared to previous Tronix Explorer models. However, compatibility to all strobes and power packs in the market is not guaranteed due to differences in the design of strobes and power packs between brands. For more information on compatibility of studio flashes: TRONIX EXPLORER COMPATIBILITY CHART

    • In a few cases, digitally controlled strobes will not be compatible with Tronix Explorer Mini. This is because after a flash is fired, the capacitors inside the strobe will draw a large inrush current. Tronix Explorer Mini cannot adequately provide such current. Thus, for a few seconds, the voltage output will be less than adequate. This is not a problem for analog flash, however. Analog flash can tolerate this voltage drop. For digital flash units, this will probably cause a reset of its settings to power upstage. Though this case is not damaging to the flash or Tronix Explorer Mini, the flash will just not work properly.

    • For incompatible bi-voltage strobes, due to voltage drop of the inverter when the flash is fired and during recycling time, the bi-voltage strobe is unable to find its working voltage, either 110V range or 230V range, thus causing the relays to flip over which can damage the flash overtime. Some bi-voltage strobes are compatible because Tronix Explorer Mini is able to charge the flash before its software can detect the abnormality or voltage drop.

 

For technical specifications, please see Page 14 of Tronix Explorer Mini Manual

 


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