Phoenix MR-20FX Firing System

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MR-20FX Firing system with multiple features
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Phoenix MR-20FX Firing System

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Get ready to dazzle your audience!

The MR-20FX is a practical and affordable ignition system for lighting your fireworks. It has some great features that are usually found only in more expensive firing systems, such as sequential fire and “all” fire. In addition, the cues can be addressed one-by-one from 1-20 in step-fire mode. The remote has a range of over 500 Yards (line-of-sight) which allows for a comfortable distance between your live material and the shooter adding a layer of safety to your pyrotechnic displays! Now, you can join your audience and see exactly how your show looks from their perspective! Just sit back in your lawn chair and fire away!

NOTE: Remote is capable of firing up to 99 cues by adding extra receivers which you will find on our website

OPERATIONAL MODES:

Your MR-20FX includes the following functions:

  1.  Step Fire – In this mode the receivers will fire from #1 to #10 in stepping order each time the “fire” button is pressed.
  2. Sequential Fire – In this mode the receivers will automatically fire in sequential order with a preset time between cues from #1 to #10 after pressing the “fire” button once.
  3. All Fire – In this mode all of the receivers will fire simultaneously after pressing the “fire” button.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Receiver power requirements: 4x AAA Dry Cells
  • Transmitter power requirements: 1x Standard 9v Dry Cell
  • Continuity testing current: <1mA
  • Maximum ignition current: 10A
  • Max. number of Talon® igniters/cue: 2-3 in Parallel Circuit

WARRANTY:

One year warranty on parts and labor.  If any part fails within the first year it will be repaired or replaced.  Email or call for prompt service:
 



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