YAMAHA QL1 : DIGITAL AUDIO MIXING CONSOLE

R142 223.00
(R163 556.45 incl VAT)
List price: R177 778.00
Short description:

Compact console with large-scale capabilities is ideal for compact all-in-one solution for mixing, processing, and routing audio

01-MIX-DIG-005

Packed with many of the core features of their acclaimed CL Series, the Yamaha QL1 32-channel digital mixer is your ideal compact all-in-one solution for mixing, processing, and routing audio. Loaded with premium internal processors, including stellar-sounding EQ and dynamics tools developed in cooperation with Rupert Neve Designs, the QL1 will bring out the best sonic character in any source. With built-in automixing functionality, Dante network support, and remote control via your tablet or computer, the Yamaha QL1 is the perfect sound reinforcement solution for small- to medium-scale live sound, corporate speech events, broadcast, and more!

Yamaha QL1 Digital Mixer Features:

  • Premium internal processors simulate classic studio gear and more
  • Rupert Neve-designed EQ and dynamics for studio-quality sound
  • Automixing functionality via the Dan Dugan automatic mixer
  • Dante network support lets you create complex system designs
  • Remote control via tablet or computer lets you go deep into your mix
  • Tons of scene memory, customization options, and more

Pure, natural sound and powerful processing

In order to produce great mixes, audio engineers need to have uncolored, natural sound as a starting point. That's why the Yamaha QL1 features top-shelf circuitry and components — to provide you with pristine audio from input to output. And when you're ready to get creative, the QL1's powerful Virtual Circuity Modeling (VCM) technology effectively captures various pieces of analog gear right down to their individual components (including models influenced by an 1176, LA-2A, and EQ-1A), injecting your mix with an abundance of authentic-sounding analog vibe. Of course, the crown jewel of the QL1's analog emulations is its VCM versions of the Rupert Neve Designs Portico 5033 EQ and 5043 compressor developed in collaboration with Rupert Neve Designs! You also get Yamaha REV-X reverb processors and a graphic EQ for your buses.

  • Top-shelf circuitry and components
  • Virtual Circuity Modeling (VCM) analog emulations
  • Modeled Rupert Neve Designs Portico 5033 EQ and 5043 compressor
  • Yamaha REV-X reverb, graphic EQ, and more

Revolutionary Dan Dugan automatic mixer

The Yamaha QL1 comes armed with Dan Dugan Sound Design's revolutionary automatic microphone mixing technology. This remarkable processor, which can be loaded into up to 16 channels simultaneously, lets you automatically optimize your microphone gain distribution for speech applications. The result is smooth, natural gain control — the QL1 almost mixes itself! This is a lifesaver for a non-engineer volunteer who runs live sound in a house of worship or at a community event. This is especially useful in non-scripted situations, as it allows you to concentrate on the balance rather than having to chase talkers on the faders.

  • Dan Dugan Sound Design's automixing technology
  • Up to 16 channels of Dugan Speech System
  • A lifesaver for non-engineer sound volunteers

Refined control for smooth operation

When you're running live sound, you've got to move quickly! Well, Yamaha took this into account, making visibility and usability hallmarks of the QL1's design. First of all, the QL1's large, easy-to-navigate touch-panel display makes working in the dark child's play. You'll love the intuitive design of the QL1's Selected Channel interface, which provides you with a comprehensive overview of the parameters available to you for the channel that you're working on. On top of that, you get remarkably comfortable faders and a straightforward Touch-and-Turn knob, which make operating the QL1 a phenomenally smooth, efficient experience. You also get remote control and offline setup capability via your iPad or computer, adding even more refinement to an already state-of-the-art operating environment.

  • Straightforward Touch and Turn knob
  • Intuitive Selected Channel interface
  • Comfortable sculpted faders and knobs
  • Remote control and offline setup capability

Link it up with built-in Dante networking

Network capability is essential in today's live sound applications, and the Yamaha QL1 has everything you need. By utilizing the widely-implemented Dante networking protocol, the QL1 is able to interface with other Dante-compatible devices to create systems of just about any scale or complexity. Additionally, the QL1's "Port to Port" feature allows its inputs and outputs to be used as elements in a larger system, providing you with unprecedented routing capabilities for front-of-house and monitor consoles. And you'll never have to worry about gain complications disrupting the balance of your mix, as the QL1's Gain Compensation feature ensures that the total gain sent out via the network remains constant, regardless of which device a signal is routed through. In other words, crank up the analog gain on a stage box, and Gain Compensation will automatically turn down the volume on the network so nobody hears the volume change.

  • Widely implemented Dante networking protocol
  • Expand your rig with the Port to Port feature
  • Automatic Gain Compensation between devices

Expand your system with mini-YGDAI slots

The Yamaha QL1 gives you plenty of opportunities for expandability, thanks to its mini-YGDAI expansion slots, which can accept more than 30 types of expansion cards. You can also connect multiple QL1s together via I/O cards such as the MY16-AE, to create powerful systems that offer massive channel counts. The QL1 can also be cascaded to other Yamaha digital consoles such as their CL Series, giving you unprecedented flexibility. On top of that, you can use a separately sold MY8-LAKE expansion card to infuse your QL1 with Lab.gruppen's Lake Processing technology — Mesa EQ, Ideal Graphic EQ, Linear Phase EQ, and other processing features that are capable of fine-tuning your system in a wide variety of environments.

  • Highly versatile mini-YGDAI expansion slots
  • Connect multiple QL1s together for massive channel counts
  • Cascade the QL1 with other Yamaha digital consoles
  • Compatible with Lab.gruppen's Lake Processing technology

Two-track recording and multitrack options

If you're wanting to record your live shows, the Yamaha QL1 makes it easy. You can either make a 2-track recording straight to a standard USB flash drive (in MP3 format), or you can create a full-blown multitrack recording with Nuendo Live or your DAW choice via Dante. Multitrack recording is great for performing "virtual sound checks" when the band isn't available, and for making professional recordings of your live shows. On top of that, you can play back sound files (in MP3, AAC, or WMA format) from your flash drive, for convenient playback of background music or sound effects without the need for extra playback equipment.

  • Record two tracks directly to a flash drive
  • Play back files from a flash drive
  • Create multitrack recordings with your DAW via Dante
  • Up to 32 tracks can be recorded simultaneously

Tight iPad and computer integration

Thanks to Yamaha's state-of-the-art QL StageMix iOS app, it's possible to mix on the QL1 remotely using your iPad. Imagine being able to mix from the audience's or performer's positions — you can ensure that your show sounds great in every corner of the venue! You can also use the QL Editor app, which is compatible with both Macs and PCs, to set up the QL1's parameters via your computer, both on- and offline. You can use the QL Editor to conveniently manage scene and patch list data, for example, and keyboard entry capability can be a huge advantage for typing channel names, etc. One thing's for sure: both of these innovative apps are great timesavers!

  • Two amazing ways to access your settings
  • QL StageMix allows you to mix remotely with your iPad
  • QL Editor lets you set your parameters via your computer

Loaded with features and performance.

Optimized for live sound, the QL1 provides you with up to 300 scene memories, up to 1000ms of delay on its inputs and outputs, ample EQ and dynamics processing, 16 DCA groups, eight mute groups, 12 user-defined keys, multiple user key sets, a 5-in/5-out GPI interface, and more. The perfect sound reinforcement solution for small- to medium-scale live sound, corporate speech events, and broadcast, the Yamaha QL1 is a phenomenal 32-channel digital mixer!

  • Up to 300 scene memories
  • Up to 1000ms of delay on its inputs and outputs
  • Ample EQ and dynamics processing
  • 16 DCA groups
  • 8 mute groups
  • 12 user-defined keys
  • Multiple user key sets
  • 5-in/5-out GPI interface
  • Onboard help file

 

  • Type:Digital
  • Channels:32 mono, 8 stereo mixing channels
  • Inputs - Mic Preamps:16 x XLR
  • Phantom Power:16 x Channels
  • Talkback:Yes
  • Inputs - Digital:2 x EtherCon Cat5 (Dante Primary, Secondary)
  • Outputs - Main:8 x XLR (Omni)
  • Outputs - Digital:1 x XLR (AES/EBU), 2 x EtherCon Cat5 (Dante Primary, Secondary)
  • MIDI I/O:In, Out
  • Data I/O:Network RJ-45, GPI
  • USB:1 x Type A
  • Channel Inserts:Yes
  • Busses/Groups:16 mix, 8 matrix
  • I/O Expansion Slots:2 x Slots (mini-YGDAI)
  • Headphones:1 x 1/4"
  • Word Clock:In, Out
  • Faders:18 x 100mm Throw
  • EQ Bands:4-band Parametric
  • Effects:Yes
  • Rackmountable:Yes (kit sold separately)
  • Height:10.7"
  • Depth:22.1"
  • Width:18.4"
  • Weight:32.4 lbs.
  • Manufacturer Part Number:QL1

Technical Specification of QL/CL

 

QL5

QL1

CL5

CL3

CL1

Mixing Capacity

Input Mixing Channels

64 mono + 8 stereo

32 mono+ 8 stereo

72 mono + 8 stereo

64 mono + 8 stereo

48 mono + 8 stereo

Mix Buses

16

24

Matrices

8 (Input to Matrix supported)

8 (Input to Matrix supported)

Stereo Bus

1

1

Mono

1

1

Cue

1 (Second Cue Bus supported in QL V4.0 or later)

1 (Second Cue Bus supported in CL V4.0 or later)

Local Connectors

Analog Inputs

32

16

8

Analog Outputs

16

8

8

MY Slots

2

3

Dante I/O

Primary / Secondary

Primary / Secondary

Digital Out

1 (AES/EBU)

1 (AES/EBU)

GPI

5 in / 5 out

5 in / 5 out (CL V1.11 or later)

Word Clock I/O

Yes

Yes

MIDI I/O

In / Out

In / Out

External Redundant PSU

No

Optional PW800W

Meter Bridge

No

Output meter built-in

Optional MBCL

Ethernet

Yes

Yes

AC Inlet

V-Lock Type

V-Lock Type

Scene Memory

Number of Scenes

300

300

Recall Safe

Yes

Yes

Focus Recall

Yes

Yes

Fade Time

Yes (0s ~ 60s)

Yes (0s ~ 60s)

Preview

Yes

Yes (CL V1.51 or later)

Selective Load / Save

Yes

Yes (CL V1.7 or later)

Tactile Control Keys

No (on-screen)

Yes

Input Channel Functions

Gain Compensation

Yes

Yes

Digital Gain

Yes (-96dB ~ +24dB)

Yes (-96dB ~ +24dB)

ATT

-96dB ~ 0dB

-96dB ~ 0dB

HPF

20Hz ~ 600Hz, -6 or -12dB/oct Selectable

20Hz ~ 600Hz, -6 or -12dB/oct Selectable (CL V1.51 or later)

PEQ

4 Band Full PEQ 
(RTA overlay support in QL V3.0 or later, New EQ Algorithms support in QL V4.0 or later)

4 Band Full PEQ 
(RTA overlay support in CL V3.0 or later, New EQ Algorithms support in CL V4.0 or later)

Dynamics 1

Gate / Ducking / Compressor / Expander (Key-in Filter on the Compressor and Expander in QL V4.0 or later)

Gate / Ducking / Compressor / Expander (Key-in Filter on the Compressor and Expander in CL V4.0 or later)

Dynamics 2

Compressor / Compander-H / Compander-S / De-esser

Compressor / Compander-H / Compander-S / De-esser

Input Delay

Yes (0ms ~ 1000ms, frame delay support in QL V3.0 or later)

Yes (0ms ~ 1000ms, frame delay support in CL V3.0 or later)

Pan

CENTER NOMINAL or LR NOMINAL for monaural input channels in QL V3.1 or later 
L-MONO, R-MONO or LR-MONO for stereo input channels in QL V3.1 or later

CENTER NOMINAL or LR NOMINAL for monaural input channels in CL V3.1 or later 
L-MONO, R-MONO or LR-MONO for stereo input channels in CL V3.1 or later

DCA Group

16 (Output DCA support in QL V3.0 or later)

16 (Output DCA and DCA Roll-Out support in CL V2.0 or later, Scrollable DCA Roll-Out support in CL V4.0 or later)

MUTE Group

8

8

Number of Inserts

2

2 (CL V2.0 or later)

Direct Out

Yes

Yes

Output Channel Functions

PEQ

4 Band Full PEQ 
(RTA overlay support in QL V3.0 or later, New EQ Algorithms support in QL V4.0 or later)

4 Band Full PEQ 
(RTA overlay support in CL V3.0 or later, New EQ Algorithms support in CL V4.0 or later)

Dynamics 1

Compressor / Expander / Compander-H / Compander-S

Compressor / Expander / Compander-H / Compander-S

MUTE Group

8

8

Number of Inserts

2

2 (CL V2.0 or later)

Premium Rack

Number of Premium Racks

8

8

Mountable Device

RND Portico5033 / RND Portico5043 / U76 / Opt-2A / EQ-1A / Dynamic EQ / Buss Comp 369 (QL V3.0 or later) / MBC4 (QL V4.0 or later)

RND Portico5033 / RND Portico5043 / U76 / Opt-2A / EQ-1A / Dynamic EQ / Buss Comp 369 (CL V3.0 or later) / MBC4 (CL V4.0 or later)

Effect Rack

Number of Effect Racks

8

8

Number of Effect Programs

54

54

Mountable Device

Effect / 31BandGEQ / Flex15GEQ / 8Band PEQ (QL V3.0 or later)

Effect / 31BandGEQ / Flex15GEQ / 8Band PEQ (CL V3.0 or later)

GEQ Rack

Number of GEQ Racks

8

16

Mountable Device

31BandGEQ / Flex15GEQ / Dugan Automixer / 8Band PEQ (CL V3.0 or later) 
(RTA overlay support in QL V3.0 or later, GEQ gain control from the TOUCH AND TURN knob in QL V4.0 or later)

31BandGEQ / Flex15GEQ / Dugan Automixer (CL V3.0 or later) / 8Band PEQ (CL V3.0 or later) 
(RTA overlay support in CL V3.0 or later, GEQ gain control from the TOUCH AND TURN knob in CL V4.0 or later)

Dante

Number of I/O Channels

64 in / 64 out

32 in / 32 out

64 in / 64 out

Dante Patch from Console

Yes

Yes

Recording

USB Memory Recording

Yes

Yes

DVS Recording

Yes (DVS and Nuendo Live bundled)

Yes (DVS and Nuendo Live bundled)

Broadcast Functions

5.1 Surround Panning

Yes (QL V3.0 or later)

Yes (CL V3.0 or later)

Surround Monitor

Yes (QL V3.0 or later)

Yes (CL V3.0 or later)

Mix Minus

Yes (QL V3.0 or later)

Yes (CL V2.0 or later)

L-Mono / R-Mono / LR-Mono

Yes (QL V3.0 or later)

Yes (CL V3.0 or later)

Monitor

Solo Mode

Yes (QL V4.0 or later)

Yes (CL V4.0 or later)

Second Cue Bus 
(allows the MATRIX 7/8 to be used as a CUE B bus)

Yes (QL V4.0 or later)

Yes (CL V4.0 or later)

Oscillator

Sine Wave 1ch / Sine Wave 2ch (QL V3.0 or later) / Pink Noise / Burst Noise

Sine Wave 1ch / Sine Wave 2ch (CL V3.0 or later) / Pink Noise / Burst Noise

Other Functions

Port to Port

Yes

No

RTA

Yes (QL V3.0 or later)

Yes (CL V3.0 or later)

Output Port Delay

Yes (0ms ~ 1000ms, frame delay support in QL V3.0)

Yes (0ms ~ 1000ms, frame delay support in CL V3.0)

Cascade

Yes

Yes (via MY slots)

User Level

Yes

Yes

Help File

Yes

Yes (CL V1.51 or later)

Channel Link

Yes (Output Channel Link support in QL V3.0 or later)

Yes (Output Channel Link support in CL V3.0 or later)

Channel Copy/Move

Yes

Yes

Control & Monitoring 
for Digital Wireless Receivers

Shure ULXD4D/ULXD4Q (QL V4.0 or later)

Shure ULXD4D/ULXD4Q (CL V4.0 or later)

User Interface

Display

10 inch Touch Panel

10 inch Touch Panel

Centralogic Section

No

Yes

Faders

32 + 2

16 + 2

16 + 8 + 8 + 2

16 + 8 + 2

8 + 8+ 2

Selected Channel Encoders

Gain, HPF, PEQ (controls for a selected band), Dynamics 1/2(Threshold only), Pan

Gain, HPF, PEQ (controls for 4 bands), Dynamics 1/2(Threshold only), Pan, Mix/Matrix Sends

Channel Encoder

No

Yes (for Gain, Send Level, or an assigned parameter)

Channel Name / Color Display

Yes

Yes

Custom Fader Banks

Yes (customized for all faders in a lump, 
MASTER fader of FADER BANK A in QL V4.0 or later)

Yes (customized for each fader section)

User Defined Keys

12 (x 4 banks in QL V3.0 or later)

16 (x 4 banks in CL V3.0 or later)

User Defined Knobs

4 (on-screen)

4

Touch and Turn Knob

Yes

Yes (using a User Defined Knob)

Monitor Level Knob

Yes (on-screen)

Yes

Wooden Arm Rest

No

Yes

iPad Stay

Yes

No

Yes

No

Rack-mounting

No

Yes

No

Software

Editor

QL Editor (Win/Mac, CSV files import/export in QL Editor V4.0.0 or later)

CL Editor (Win/Mac, CSV files import/export in CL Editor V4.0.0 or later)

StageMix

QL StageMix (iPad app)

CL StageMix (iPad app)

MonitorMix

Yes (QL V4.00 or later)

Yes (CL V4.00 or later)

Console File Converter

Yes (Win/Mac)

Yes (Win/Mac)

General specifications QL5/ QL1

 

QL5

QL1

Sampling frequency rate

Internal

44.1kHz / 48kHz

44.1kHz / 48kHz

External

44.1kHz: +4.1667%, +0.1%, -0.1%, -4.0% (±200ppm), 48kHz: +4.1667%, +0.1%, -0.1%, -4.0% (±200ppm)

44.1kHz: +4.1667%, +0.1%, -0.1%, -4.0% (±200ppm), 48kHz: +4.1667%, +0.1%, -0.1%, -4.0% (±200ppm)

Signal delay

Less than 2.5ms, INPUT to OMNI OUT, Fs= 48kHz

Less than 2.5ms, INPUT to OMNI OUT, Fs= 48kHz

Fader

100mm motorized, Resolution=1024steps, +10dB to –138dB, –∞dB all faders

100mm motorized, Resolution=1024steps, +10dB to –138dB, –∞dB all faders

Total harmonic distortion

Less than 0.05% 20Hz-20kHz@+4dBu into 600Ω, INPUT to OMNI OUT, Input Gain= Min.

Less than 0.05% 20Hz-20kHz@+4dBu into 600Ω, INPUT to OMNI OUT, Input Gain= Min.

Frequency response

+0.5, -1.5dB 20Hz-20kHz, refer to +4dBu output @1kHz, INPUT to OMNI OUT

+0.5, -1.5dB 20Hz-20kHz, refer to +4dBu output @1kHz, INPUT to OMNI OUT

Dynamic range

112dB typ.: DA Converter / 108dB typ.: INPUT to OMNI OUT, Input Gain = Min.

112dB typ.: DA Converter / 108dB typ.: INPUT to OMNI OUT, Input Gain = Min.

Hum & noise level

Equivalent input noise

-128dBu typ., Equivalent Input Noise, Input Gain=Max

-128dBu typ., Equivalent Input Noise, Input Gain=Max

Residual output noise

-88dBu, Residual output noise, ST master off

-88dBu, Residual output noise, ST master off

Crosstalk

-100dB*1, adjacent INPUT/OMNI OUT channels, Input Gain = Min.

-100dB*1, adjacent INPUT/OMNI OUT channels, Input Gain = Min.

Power requirements

100-240V 50/60Hz

100-240V 50/60Hz

Power consumption

200W

135W

Dimensions

W

828mm(32.6in)

468mm(18.4in )

H

272mm(10.7in)

272mm(10.7in)

D

563mm(22.2in)

562mm(22.1in)

Net weight

21.8kg(48.1lb)

14.7kg(32.4lb)

Accessories

Owner’s Manual, dust cover, power cord, DVS license sheet, Nuendo Live

Owner’s Manual, power cord, DVS license sheet, Nuendo Live

Options

Mini-YGDAI cards *2 , Gooseneck Lamp LA1L

Rackmount kit RK1, Mini-YGDAI cards *2 , Gooseneck Lamp LA1L

Others

Operating temperature range: 0 - 40℃, Storage temperature range: -20 - 60℃

Operating temperature range: 0 - 40℃, Storage temperature range: -20 - 60℃

Crosstalk@1kHz : A 22kHz, 30dB/Oct filter is used to measure crosstalk. 
Total Harmonic Distortion : An 80kHz, 18dB/Oct filter is used to measure total harmonic distortion. 
Hum & Noise : An A-Weight filter is used to measure hum &noise.

Analog input characteristics

Input Connectors

GAIN

Input 
Impedance

Source 
Impedance

Input level

Connector

Sensitivity*¹

Nominal

Max. before clip

INPUT 
1-32 *6

+66dB

7.5 kΩ

50-600 Ω 
Mics & 
600 ΩLines

–82dBu 
(61.6μV) 

–62dBu 
(0.616mV) 

–42dBu 
(6.16mV) 

XLR-3-31 
type 
(Balanced) *2

–6dB

–10dBu 
(245mV)

+10dBu 
(2.45V)

+30dBu 
(24.5V) 

*1. The sensitivity is the input level required for output at +4dBu (1.23V) or at the defined level when all the faders and level 
controllers are set to the maximum value. 
*2. XLR-3-31 connectors are balanced jacks (1=GND, 2=HOT, 3=COLD). 
*3. 0dBu=0.775 Vrms for all specifications. 
*4. All the AD converters use 24-bit linear/128-times oversampling. 
*5. The INPUT connectors have +48V DC (phantom power) jacks, each of which can be turned on/off individually from the console software. 
*6. QL1: INPUT1-16

Analog output characteristics

Output 
Connectors

Output 
Impedance

Load 
Impedance

Maximum 
Output 
Level *5

Output Level

Connector

Defined Level

Maximum 
Non-Clip Level

OMNI 
OUT 1-16 *7

75 Ω

600 Ω 
Lines

+24dB 
(default)

+4dBu 
(1.23V)

vt+24dBu 
(12.3V)

XLR-3-32 type 
(Balanced) *1

+18dB

–2dBu 
(616mV)

+18dBu 
(6.16V)

PHONES

15 Ω

8 Ω 
Phones

-

75mW *6

150mW

Stereo Phone 
Jack(TRS) 
(Unbalanced) *2

40 Ω 
Phones

-

65mW *6

150mW

*1. XLR-3-32 connectors are balanced jacks (1=GND, 2=HOT, 3=COLD). 
*2. The PHONES connectors for stereo headphones are balanced jacks (Tip=LEFT, Ring=RIGHT, Sleeve= GND). 
*3. 0 dBu=0.775 Vrms for all specifications. 
*4. All the DA converters use 24-bit linear/128-times oversampling. 
*5. The console has an internal switch for toggling the maximum output level. 
*6. This is a value measured with the PHONES LEVEL knob set to 10 dB below the maximum position. 
*7. QL1: OMNI OUT 1-8

Digital input/output specifications

Connectors

Format

Data length

Level

Audio

Connector

Primary/Secondary

Dante

24bit or 32bit

1000Base-T

64ch Input/64ch 
Output@48kHz *1 

EtherCON Cat5e 

*1. QL1: 32ch Input/32ch Output@48kHz

Digital output specifications

Connectors

Format

Data length

Level

Connector

DIGITAL OUT

AES/EBU

AES/EBU Professional Use

24bit

RS422

XLR-3-32 type (Balanced) *1 

           

*1. XLR-3-32 connectors are balanced jacks (1=GND, 2=HOT, 3=COLD).

I/O SLOT (1-2) specifications

Each I/O Slot accepts a Mini-YGDAI card. 
Only Slot 1 has a serial interfac

Control I/O characteristics

Connectors

Format

Level

Connector

MIDI

IN

MIDI

-

DIN Connector 5P

OUT

MIDI

-

DIN Connector 5P

WORDCLOCK

IN

-

TTL/75 Ω terminated

BNC Connector

OUT

-

TTL/75 Ω

BNC Connector

GPI (5IN/5OUT)

-

-

D Sub Connector 15P(Female) *1

NETWORK

IEEE802.3

10BASE-T/100Base-TX

RJ-45

LAMP (QL5: x 2, QL1: x 1)

-

0V-12V

XLR-4-31 type *2

USB HOST

USB 2.0

-

USB A Connector (Female)

*1. Input pin: TTL level, w/ internal pull-up (47kΩ) Output pin: Open drain output (Vmax=12V, maximum sink current/pin=-75mA) Power supply pin: Output voltage Vp=5V, Max. output current=300mA 
*2. 4 pin=+12V, 3 pin=GND, Lamp nominal power: 5W, Brightness (voltage) can be adjusted from the software.

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