The maximum number of Talons/Clip-on Igniters, MJG initiators, or professional e-match you can fire across multiple slats depends on the length/type of cable and type of slat (series or parallel). Please see Continuity Clarified to help determine the amount of cable needed based on your equipment setup and feel free to contact us at email@example.com with additional questions.
Articles in this section
- What is a slat?
- What are the Pros and Cons of using slats?
- What is the difference between series and parallel slats?
- What is the difference between light-duty (24 AWG) and heavy-duty (22 AWG) cables?
- Can I use series slats and also fire the onboard cues?
- I am using series slats, but I cannot get them to show continuity or fire?
- Do the onboard cues fire in series or parallel when also using slats?
- Can I fire the 18S and 36S slats on the same module at the same time?
- What is the extra piece (shunt) that comes with my series slat?
- What are the pin-outs on the 6M DB9 to Airburst 9" Adapter Cable?
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