Pyrodigital Raptor FC-E Field Controller
The Pyrodigital Raptor (FC-E) is a compact, cost effective field controller, perfect for smaller shows and displays with simplified operation.
The Raptor (FC-E) is the smaller brother of the FC-A Field Controller. The Raptor (FC-E) has the same firing power as the legacy FC-3 and it costs approximately a quarter of the FC-A. The Raptor (FC-E) is fully compatible with all existing Pyrodigital Firing Modules.
The Raptor (FC-E) was designed for intuitive operation. This controller makes it simple for operators to fire manual or automatic programs and even makes it easy to check continuity.
The Raptor (FC-E) provides two firing tables with a maximum of 640 shots each. The Raptor (FC-E) can even be synchronized to Pyrodigitial PD-FSK timecode through an external modem.
With the Raptor (FC-E) you can control up to 40 Pyrodigital firing modules using two script tables and fire your show manually, fire a scripted show manually, or auto fire your scripted show using the internal clock.
- Drive up to 40 Pyrodigital Firing Modules
- Up to 2 scripting tables with 640 lines each
- Simplified operation
- Direct manual fire
- Scripted manual fire
- Scripted auto fire using the internal clock
- Ability to proceed to the next shot when in auto fire
- External deadman switch option
- Download scripts via USB
- Large OLED display
- Built-in continuity checking
In addition the following accessories are available:
- Deadman pickle (for FC-A and FC-E)
- Spare key
- Time code adaptor
» Download the Raptor Operating Instructions
The Raptor is FRICKING AWESOME Beautiful. Outstanding on everything -- packaging, case, looks, operation, firmware ... everything. I really didn't know what to expect, but If you know how to operate any PD FC, then you already know how to operate the Raptor. I immediately felt completely at home and familiar with the Raptor. The Raptor truly IS a "Mini Field Controller" I am quite impressed! SUPERB JOB -- Congratulations on an extreme masterpiece of engineering!
-- Ken Nixon, the originator of Pyrodigital