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ELC dmXLAN Wysiwyg interface


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As registered WYSIWYG Developer's, ELC lighting has now given its famous dmXLAN nodes, the ability to be used in conjunction with WYSIWYG, the worlds standard visualization lighting software program. This allows the conversion from DMX to WYSIWYG through Ethernet and full networking capabilities.
The ELC dmXLAN nodes are ideal for use with the WYSIWYG software and they make connectivity easy.
The node4 unit has 4 dmx inputs and 4 dmx outputs and a MIDI/RS232 port for passing through WYSIWYG Autofocus commands, to connected supported consoles. The 10mBit Ethernet port can be connected to the network, and the IP address can be set.
Rental companies will get easy interface from DMX to WYSIWYG including Autofocus with the dmXLAN node4 also being used during events. WYG-studios:will apperciate that multiple WYG stations can access the same dmXLAN node4 and multiple node4s can be used in the same network to connect multiple consoles, including multiple Autofocus (MIDI) connections. All WYG stations can use Autofocus on the same console.
To use WYSIWYG with ELC, the customer will need a dmXLAN Node1, for 1 DMX universe, Node2 for 1 or 2 universes, or Node 4 for 4 DMX universes. For more channels, more units can be linked through the network ports.
The dmXLAN system is a DMX and fixture management system, based on Ethernet, but it can also be used without ethernet for installations up to 4 DMX lines. In this case the node unit will be inserted between the console and the rest of the DMX line, running the system or the lighting rig.
08/2003 Pro-Light-News

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