Thread: Trigger voltage
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Old Aug 7, 2007, 7:07 PM   #1
tjsnaps
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Just goes to show it never hurts to ask. I emailed
Tocad America, Inc. The importers of Sunpak flashes
and they sent me this.
I thought some of you might find it handy.



Sunpak flash synch voltage
1400M DISC. 190
1600A DISC. 190
144D 6
144PC 6

266D for Canon DISC. 6
2000DZ DISC. 6
333 DISC. 6
344D DISC.
355AF 6
433D 6
433AF 6
321 DISC. 190
322 DISC. 190
383 Super 6
411 DISC. 190
422D DISC. 6
444D DISC. 6
120J Auto 12
120J TTL 12
DX-8R DISC. 6
DX-12R 6
D-Macro 6
511 DISC. 190
522 DISC. Early 190 Later 6 Determined only by testing
544 6
555 6
611 DISC. 190
622 Auto Pro 6
622 Super 6
PZ4000AF 6
PZ5000AF 6
MZ440AF 6
018ST 2
DG-60 2
DS-20 2
FP-38 3 or 6
PZ40X DISC. 6
PZ40X-II 6
MS2000 DISC. 6
MS2400 DISC. 6
MS4000 DISC. 6
MCF300 11
MCF200 11
MP150 8
MP300 8
MPP500 11
MCF300 11
MDF500 11
MDF1000 11


Britek also returned my mail telling me the BB series had a trigger voltage of 5.5v but did not answer about older units.
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