Featuring a 21-inch High-Definition TFT screen with 1920 x 1080 resolution, the L5‘s screen has plenty of room to add and re-arrange windows, so users can do more with less scrolling. Tahnks to the L5 screen‘s viewing angle operators can see at a glance what‘s going on, even when not directly in front of the console. A special anti-glare coating ensures that everything stays crisp and clear even when the show is lighting up the whole room.
Introduced at prolight + sound show
2012, Frankfurt, the Jands Vista L5 console now boasts version 2-2 software which combines with a massive screen, backlit keyboard, Linux operating system and abundant processing power.
Typing accurately when the lights are low has never been easy, Jands solved that in the L5 with a backlit keyboard and numeric keypad. Subtle blue lighting illuminates every key clearly.
The L5 replaces the previous modular Vista chassis design with a ’monocoque‘ design. This significantly reduces the console‘s weight without sacrificing any strength. With sleek end pieces to improve handling and a hinged armrest that contains storage compartments, two USB connections and the console power On/Off button, the L5 is designed ergonomically.
The L5 has an Intel Quad-Core i7-2600 (3.4GHz) processor and 8GB of dynamic random-access memory (DRAM). This combination works smoothly for even the biggest show where using lots of fixtures, LEDs and media servers can place significant demands for power on the console.
The L5 has all the hardware features that have made the Vista range popular, including a huge selection of live controls, big LCDs, 25 playbacks, four DMX outputs, timecode input, and three encoder wheels for manipulating intensity, position, colour, gobo, beam and other features.