The Elinchrom Transmitter Plus makes mastering light so simple.
Powered by 2.4 Ghz bandwidth, it enables remote control on all RX, ELC and ELB units and triggering capabilities over 16 frequency channels of 4 groups per channel with the range extended to up to 200 m (656 feet).
The Elinchrom Transmitter Plus is more than a trigger for flash units, it’s the key to a whole new world.
Master light from up to 200 m (656 feet) away. The Elinchrom Transmitter Plus gives you extra range for triggering and remote power control on all the latest Elinchrom flash units
Choose from 16 different channels (8 in normal mode and 8 in speed mode) on up to 4 flash head groups and make the most of the rotating swivel function to optimize reception.
All the functions are so easy to adjust on the Elinchrom Transmitter Plus. Strong, robust mechanics make it incredibly durable and you can power it with 2 AA batteries, available everywhere. Your next adventure starts here.
The Transmitter Universal Plus Set offers simplicity, durability, and reliability. It includes one Elinchrom Transmitter Plus and one Elinchrom Receiver Plus.
The receiver enables speedlights and other flash brands to be triggered in the wireless EL-Skyport system.
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With the Skyport system, there is an option to use the Speed or Normal mode of the Transmitter. This might be confusing, but here at the basics.
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EL33238 - This hardshell case is designed to protect any Elinchrom Transmitter, Receiver or Bridge.
|2.5 mm jack
|Sync cable 2.5 mm jack > PC, Wrist strap
|EL-Skyport Transmitter Plus
Elinchrom Transmitter Plus – Quick Start Guide
You’ll find three types of remotes inside our range; two transmitters and one receiver.
Check the following points:
All cameras respecting the standard sync triggering system will work.
The Hi-Sync/HSS/TTL features on the Transmitter Pro are only available for Nikon, Canon, Sony, and Fujifilm cameras (learn more).
If you use a DSLR camera and want to trigger higher than 1/200s keep in mind that the final Sync Speed depends on the camera, camera electronics, mechanics, software, digital chip size, etc.
A faster synchronization is only possible with some mirrorless cameras that can sync up to 1/1000s or even shorter.
To go higher than the average speed of your DSLR camera (1/200s mostly), please look for the Transmitter Pro. The Hi-Sync or HSS feature allows you to go up to 1/8000s shutter speed.
The distance range of the Transmitter Plus or Pro is 200 m (656 feet) outdoors and 60 m (196 feet) indoors.
If the distance is limited, then please try the following:
The Skyport Transmitter system has 2 operating modes that offer different shooting functionalities.
NORMAL Sync Mode
Green LED – 200 m (656’) working range – Synchro is limited to X-Sync.
SPEED Sync Mode
Red LED – 100 m (328’) working range – Synchro is limited to X-Sync but enables faster shutter speeds only on digital medium format cameras.
To use shutter speeds of up to 1/8000s, the HS / Hi-Sync mode must be activated on the Transmitter Pro when used in both Normal and Speed mode.
You can trigger Elinchrom flashes with Speedlights.
For a correct synchronization, you need to use the pre-flash feature of the photocell.
Now the photocell is correctly adjusted and will only trigger with the main flash.
Control of the modeling lamp is possible with the Transmitter Pro only and/or the Elinchrom App/Software.
It is not possible to control the modeling lamp with the Transmitter Plus.
A complete manual for the Transmitter Plus does not exist.
You can find additional information here.
This button allows using other frequencies in case there is interference with other wireless networks.
The frequency settings must also be changed on the flash unit, otherwise no communication.