Revolutionary hand-held IR remote-control system. Multi-unit DMX dimming control without lighting console. Easy to use logically designed controls. One unit can address & command up to 64 dimmable fixtures (DMX daisy-chained) when used in conjuction with the FLS-120 (IR-DMX External Sensor, which allows multi-unit remote dimming without the need of a console).
For those who are new to using DMX-512, we offer the following brief introductory definition...
DMX-512 is an addressing & communication protocol that allows a centralized controller (like a lighting console) to address and dim from 1-512 dimmers individually. In this case, it allows a DMX-capable lighting console (or the new Lowel IR-DMX Controller) to assign a separate address for up to 512 different dimmable Lowel Fluo-Tec fixtures, and to send dimming commands to them. Those commands can vary according to the abilities of the controller, but can include pre-timed fades, sub-group programming, and pre-designed lighting plots with stored levels.