Marc Batters , Oct 16, 2011; 06:51 a.m.
When looking at wireless triggers, you need at minimum, one transmitter and one receiver.
Also, for greatest versatility, you may want/need receivers capable of mounting flash units directly to the wireless receiver via a hot shoe, and/or using a PC sync cord.
I am not familiar with Canon flash units, but does your 430 EX II have a PC sync port (a round plug-in on the side)?
If your flash doesn't have a PC port, then you will need at least one receiver with a built-in hot shoe for your Canon flash.
Contact Cowboy Studios directly; ask them to put together a package with the receiver in the first link for your Canon flash unit (hot shoe capable), and a receiver from the second link (PC sync cord capable), for firing your A. Bee strobe.
Some receivers are capable of both the shoe mount, and PC sync, in the same receiver.
Only one transmitter is needed, just ensure all of your receivers are the same channels as your transmitter.
Cowboy Studio has a large page on the *Bay. Check there, they may already have the package combo you need.