The Luminex GigaCore 10 NQS is by far the most versatile Luminex Gigabit switch ever built. The half 19 unit with front and rear connectivity is designed to be mounted in a truss, in a rack or even on a wall. The robust metal enclosure and rugged Ethercon and (optional) Fiber connectors make this unit excel in truss mounted applications with Ethernet enabled devices, such as moving lights, PA systems, microphones, cameras or general stage connectivity. But also to ensure ultimate redundancy the GigaCore 10 is an excellent choice. Just by coupling two units, AV professionals can create a full 19 rack combination with a primary and secondary unit.
Versatile. Effortless. Reliable.
By far the most versatile Luminex Gigabit switch to be built to date, the plug-and-play GigaCore 10 has been designed specifically for the challenges and rigours of the live events and touring industry, where effortless set up, flexible use options, compact size and rugged reliability are key.
Discover network flexibility in its true nature. The unit can be mounted in a truss, on a wall or in a rack, which makes it suitable for many applications. And with the easy group function, it's a piece of cake to modify groups, change port settings or add devices to the network, without having to reprogram the entire system.
The GigaCore's plug-and-play technology is a real time-saver for all AV professionals. The fully pre-configured Ethernet switch has an easy group function with RGB LED indicators, that is easily configured through an intuitive web interface. You can set-up one solid converged network for lighting, audio and video in just minutes without bandwidth issues.
With its robust housing and rugged connectors, the GigaCore 10 is sure to become the all-time favourite switch for touring and live events. The software is validated against all common protocols in the AV industry and will flawlessly work with almost every fixture you connect to the network. For ultimate reliability, two units can be combined in a 1U rack space and operate in a primary/secondary mode.