ELINCHROM SKYPORT

The EL-Skyport Transmitter Speed enables triggering of all Elinchrom units with built-in EL-Skyport receiver and all Elinchrom units to which a Transceiver RX is attached.

The additional control of power settings and modelling lamp on/off can be achieved on all Elinchrom units with built-in EL-Skyport RX and on all older Elinchrom units which require the Transceiver RX (Digital RX 1200/2400, and Ranger Speed AS).

  • +/- buttons to change flash power settings and modelling lamp on/off
  • Test button for manual flash trigger
  • Switch selection for 8 different frequency channels
  • Switch selection for 4 different groups
  • All switch to control all units within Groups 1 to 4
  • LED status for sync mode and battery level status
  • Long life Lithium battery provides over 30000 flashes
  • Integrated hot-shoe with screw lock
  • Very small: only 4 x 5 cm
  • Ultra lightweight: only 36 g (battery included)!
  • 30 hours of battery use
  • The Li-Ion battery recharges in approx. 3 hours with the charger included
  • Auto-Standby function when not used for 4 hours
  • Integrated intelligent quick-charge circuit to recover deeply discharged batteries
  • Switch selection for 8 different frequency channels
  • Switch selection for 4 different groups
  • Camera triggering (requires optional camera shutter release cables)
  • Recognized by the EL-Skyport software for trigger and flash-delay options
  • Super small: only 6.5 x 5 cm
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  • Switch selection for 8 different frequency channels
  • Switch selection for 4 different groups
  • Recognised by EL-Skyport software and the EL-Skyport Mobile App
  • ra lightweight: only 54 g (battery included)

he Universal Receiver is compatible with classic Elinchrom units, most speedlights and most other flash brands. Allow yourself to use studio flash units with speedlights. The Universal Receiver includes a multivoltage charger with Euro, UK and USA mains adapters and EL-Standard sync and 3.5mm jack cables, to connect to other units. The charger can be connected to the mains, whilst the Universal Receiver is in use.