eBOX II allows us to expand the conventional DMX-RDM installation, with the protocols ethernet: ArtNet, sACN or IPX
Using ArtNet, sACN or IPX protocols allows us to integrate conventional DMX-RDM universes into the lighting control system, as well as elements such as Media Servers (Coolux, Hipotizer, Catalyst…), Visualizers (Capture, WysiWyg…), that can be used directly with these protocols via ethernet. In this way we can manage these elements from any console that outputs in these protocols.
Distribute DMX-RDM lines easily (cable / wireless)
By an Ethernet cable, or using a wireless link for the transmission of the Ethernet signal; we can transmit all the DMX-RDM universes of the show, obtaining easier installations in complicated assemblies or in points to which access is difficult.
Obtain physical DMX-RDM lines anywhere on the Lighting Ethernet Network
If our control consists of consoles with ethernet outputs, simulators, media servers, and even dimmers and robotic lights that accept Ethernet control (ArtNet, sACN), eBOX II allows us to obtain 2 / 4 physical DMX-RDM universes to be able to integrate into this installation DMX-RDM receivers that do not directly support the Ethernet signal.
Get direct DMX-RDM output from LT’s WOLE simulators (Hydras, Piccolos…)
The eBOX II device allows us to use any LT PC editor, WOLE (Windows Off Line Editor), autonomously, being able to control DMX-RDM installations without the need for a console. eBOX II allows us to work and obtain physical DMX-RDM with the woles of the following LT consoles: Hydra II, Piccolo II, and physical DMX with the Hydra Space, Sky, Spirit, Hydra Plus, Piccolo and Piccolo Scan consoles
eBOX II is compatible with simulators from other brands with ArtNet output.