6 channel switchboard. Schuko outlets on backside 10 A per channel. 15 A total load. Fuses on frontpanel.
Dimensions: 482 x 135 x 80 mm (LxWxH)
Weight: 2,34 kg
The Scene Pilot is usable as stand-alone control for scanners, shopping windows, fairs and architectural lighting. First, connect the Scene Pilot to a DMX controller. Now you can download 2 x 9 programs with 48 steps to a max. of 96 DMX addresses. After downloading, all 18 shows can easily be controlled by music or speed.
DMX addresses: max. 96
Programs: 2 x 9 with 48 steps (download)
Controllable: by music or speed
Dimensions: 320 x 120 x 70 mm (LxWxH)
Weight: 0,38 kg
The Vista M1 is an ultra-compact and extremely cost-effective playback-only Vista control surface. The M1 is ideal for situations where you can do your programming in advance on your PC, but you still want hardware to control the playback of your show.
Designed to be used with a laptop, the M1 gives you all the playback benefits of a Vista show in a compact and portable package thatʼs perfect for trade show booths, hotels, clubs or any venue where space is tight.
With five playbacks including faders and flash buttons, plus a rotary master fader, the M1 is a complete and portable Vista playback module. When you want to travel light but you donʼt want to compromise your show, the M1 is the ideal live playback solution.
Blue, Green, Yellow, Red modifier buttons
Grand Master (rotary) fader and DBO button
5 Playbacks with faders and flash buttons
Playbacks feature; Select and Go buttons
Split mode allows control of up to 15 Cuelists
Playbacks can be configured for control of Groups, Presets and more
Page Up / Down buttons
DMX output channels determined by dongle – sold seperately
128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048 or unlimited channel versions available
Specify requirements at time of purchase
Input and Output Connections
2 DMX outputs (* Actual DMX output channels determined by dongle. Software pack, including dongle, must be purchased separately.)
1 USB2 connector – B type
Processor : 48MHz Atmel ARM7
SRAM : 256 Kbytes
Dimensions (l w h) : 250mm x 284mm x 59mm
Weight: 2kg Net 2.8kg Shipping
Windows 7, Vista or XP Professional with Service Pack 3, either 32 or 64bit edition.
Mac OSX 10.6 Snow Leopard or 10.7 Lion *Hardware must support the 64-bit kernel
Intel® processor i3 (i5 or better recommended)
2GB of RAM (4GB recommended)
4GB of available hard disk space
A Vista dongle required to enable output.
• 128x160 Pixels, color LCD display
The DR Pro Rack is a useful tool to store DMX values of complete Scenes, Chases or Shows. The total record time is 5 hours shared over the 8 memories. The basic functions are easy to control with the direct playback buttons at the front which makes it ideal for non-technical users. The unit can be locked with a password.
Specifications Power supply: DC9~12V
• 8 Memories for scenes, chases or shows
• Manual control, Real-time trigger, SMPTE/MIDI time code trigger, DMX trigger and DMX monitor
• 5 Hours internal recording time
• 4 Recording modes, Manual, Auto, Semi-Auto & Smart
Power consumption: 6W
Data signal: DMX/MIDI/SMPTE
DMX connectors: 3pin XLR
User mode: Auto/manual
Intern memory: 2G
Powerful Playback Controller for an easy and inexpensive hardware based control solution.
This powerful yet small playback controller handles all Martin lighting products. By combining individual scenes into sequences, the 2510 allows you to build a comprehensive Martin lightshow with a minimum of effort. A standard serial input enables you to download lighting programs from the Martin LightJockey or ProScenium controller.
The 2510 offers fully automatic operation and steps through memory sequences with no other prompting other than the internal clock or an external music signal. Manual mode allows for easy operation and a blackout function provides for even more extensive control.
Record up to 512 DMX channels from LightJockey
Easy playback with manual selection of sequences
Up to 10 sub-lists of sequences
Music input for triggering scenes
The IR Remote can be used in combination with the Quick DMX D512 plus interface to trigger 18 scenes or chases from its memory. It's possible to use 4 scenes or chases simultaneously.
Quick DMX provides the ultimate solution for lighting control. It offers the possibility of direct control, from simple parcans to the most complex moving light and pixel control, with a computer, software and an interface. The computer is loaded with Quick DMX software to build and control the lighting show, by an interface via a USB port.
The software is designed to be user-friendly and can easily be used by even those whose knowledge of DMX and light programming is limited. We offer a unique software, which is free to download from our web site download page. The software is available for Windows and MacOS. All software upgrades are free.
The software contains several views: Editor, Pixels, Live, Stand Alone. Each view has its own dedicated tabs to have direct access to all necessary functions and settings.
Declare your lighting equipment in Editor > Fixtures. The library contains personality files for the most common fixtures (Spots, Bars, Moving heads, Color changer, Strobes, etc ...). This library is regularly updated to stay current with new fixture releases. If the light you are using is not included, it is easy to add and configure new ones.
With Editor > Steps you can create dynamic scenes. The screen manages:
• pan/tilt movements
• colors, gobos, ...
• time and fade mode
• fixtures grouping
The screen looks similar to a –regular fader lighting desk“, but with the advantnge of special functions like copy, paste, insert, color pallet, etc..
In Generator, you can build complex lighting scenes within a few mouse clicks, it can handle pan/tilt movements, colors, gobo and effects, for a group of moving lights, with delay effects.
With Pixels it's easy to create chaser, rainbow, text effects or upload GIFs to use as template for your animated pixel show. Just add your devices with the correct horizontal and vertical pixels assign the color range and position on screen like the real setup. Pixels will do all calculations and generate all DMX values.
In Live, you can play and customize the show depending of your needs (pages, buttons, presets). Buttons can be made for colors, effects movements but can also trigger a complete light scene or timeline multimedia file. While operating in live it's possible to overrule with the Editor.
Timeline is a synchronized multimedia show editing software. It is able to play multiple file formats (video, picture, audio and light scenes). Drop the files into the timelines and slide them in the desired time. The possible applications are:
• basic –sound and light“. The readable audio files are wav, mp3, ogg and wma format.
• –video and light" on plasma screen or video projector. The readable picture files are bmp, jpg, png, giff. The readable video files are avi, mpg, mpeg, mov, wmv.
With 3DView you can display the stage in 3 dimensions and it shows the lights moving in real time, from any point of view. Set stage size and place your objects and lighting fixtures. The program has a bank of basic objects (speakers, truss, music instruments, ...). You can also import your own objects. Set position (orientation, scale, color) of each object (or fixture). It is possible to set these parameters on a group of objects. Set textures, luminosity, smoke level for more realism.
The interfaces and 19" Rack can also operate lights in stand-alone mode. With the StandAlone view you can download dynamic scenes into the interface. Depending on the model, it is possible to store from 1 to 14 dynamic scenes for later recall without the need of a computer. The scenes can be swapped or added together. This system is not only ideal for backup during big shows, but also to run standalone installations where simple use is important, like exhibitions and architectural lighting, ..
Software update 11 September 2014 - version 7.1.12
main - PDF manual (English)
main - Spanish language in software
main - bug in "check for new software version" fixed
Edit fixture - popup menu in list channels/levels was not working (in version 7.1.8 only)
Steps - "channel paste" without "channel copy" bug is fixed
Steps - remembers the last state of "Ungroup actions" button, after software quit/restart
Pixels - cut/copy/paste fixture keyboard functions (ctrl x, c, v) work
Live - with options "fade out" + "pause at end" together, all channels switch off correctly
TimeLine - loads all PCM wav files
TimeLine - after a multi-import of media files, the length of the blocks is correct
3DView - selected group in 2DView is correcty selected in 3DView
StandAlone - the final scene is correctly generated, when there is not scene at time 0 in the timeline
StandAlone - after a multi-import of scenes files, the length of the blocks is correct