Functionalities

Natural and powerful; economical and professional. The new family of PICCOLO consoles combines the simplicity of the lighting systems with a technologic development very advanced (Ethernet, USB). LT introduces 4 models covering an extensive range of possibilities and offering a good substitute for the well known consoles, TTIAN & TRITTON.

  • 4 working modes that allow to the console adapts itself to any situation:
  • Single mode: In this mode, the console faders are to control channels, duplicating the channels number with direct access for the operator.
  • Double mode: The upper faders control the same channels as the lower faders. In this mode the user can do manual crossfades between the upper & lower fader row. This gives freedom to improvise in the show.
  • Theatre mode: In this mode, the console allows the use of its power, with full channel control as Editor, Submasters, and the crossfader.
  • Manual mode: In this mode, the console allows the use of its power, with full channel control as manual filed, Submasters, and the crossfader.
  • Channel faders for full control of channels
  • The Submasters accept Cues, Groups and Effects.
  • Channel Flash and Master Flash. The Master Flash can be configured in different modes: GO, FLASH and SOLO.
  • Exam function, which permits to exam some console item.
  • Modify function, to modify Cues, Groups & Submasters.
  • The 4 arrow keys for the placement of the cursor in the desired menu and data cell of the data-base display pages.
  • 5 interactive soft keys
  • Numeric editor to create groups and cues, entering the levels using the numeric keyboard or using the level encoder. It is possible to use the channel faders at the same time.
  • You can label any console item, in an easy way, just like using a mobile phone.
  • Channel Patch, 512 dimmers with response curves & LIMIT functions.
  • Installation Patch that allows to you returns to preset console status..
  • 5 preprogrammed curves.
  • Attributes to control moving lights or scrollers.
  • The MIDI function to synchronize the console with an external device or with an other console to execute effects.
  • User setupfor the personalisation of the console.
  • Piccolo can work with or without external monitor (VGA-output available as Option).
  • Several user Languages.
  • Storage of Show to external USB memory.
  • Printout of show data in a file *.txt.
  • WOLE ( Windows Editor Off Line for PC). Complete Simulator, which allows you to practice, to edit and to modify the Shows on your PC.
  • USB updating and web support.
  • Ethernet protocols: IPX, ArtNet & CITP
  • Wireless DMX (Optional)

Characteristics

  • 48 (96, 144, 192) Dimmer Channels
  • 32 attributes to control moving lights and scrollers
  • 80 (128, 176, 244) real output channels, with Patch to 512
  • 12 (24, 36, 48) Submaster
  • 999 Submaster pages
  • 999.9 Cues
  • 999 Groups
  • 999 Effects. Step number not limited, and are programmed with Cues, Groups or channels. Chase controls: level, speed, ramps, direction & mode. The chases accept a start Cue
  • Up to 999.9 crossfades with input-time, output-time, auto-time and jumps
  • Crossfader with In and Out fader
  • Multifunction fader
  • Encoder
  • General Master, with black out key. B.O. It can work at 100% or 200%. It’s possible to exclude channels of its control
  • LED per channel show us the current scene channel output
  • Hardware & Software test
  • Large Display of 240×64 dots
  • Power supply: 12Vdc, 1.5A
  • 1 XLR-5. DMX out.
  • 1 XLR-5. DMX in.
  • 2 Din-5. MIDI in, out
  • Ethernet 10/100
  • RS485 (LT-Link) for Remote Control connection
  • USB (Host & Devices)
  • Optional: VGA output
  • Optional: Working light

Dimensions

  • Piccolo 12/48: 490 x 400 x 50…100. Weight: 3,5 kg
  • Piccolo 24/96 : 720 x 400 x 50…100. Weight: 5 kg
  • Piccolo 36/144 : 950 x 400 x 50…100. Weight: 6.25 kg
  • Piccolo 48/192 : 1180 x 400 x 50…100. Weight: 7.5 kg

Size are in milimeters (width x depth x height)

mBox. Expansion Multimedia Box

Optional peripheral that allows to connect to Piccolo.

  • SMPTE input.
  • AUDIO input.
  • 3 external triggers.

eBox. Conversor Ethernet – DMX

  • 2 or 4 Configurable DMX ports (IN /OUT).
  • Ethernet: ArtNet and Hydra IPX protocols
  • Special use with LT simulators (W.O.L.E.)

Remote. Radio Frequency and/or Cable

  • Cable/wireless remote control.
  • Ion-Lithium battery. High duration and easy charge.
  • Display with light & auto-illuminated keyboard. Auto power-off function.
  • Easy and ergonomic. The Remote Control permits us to execute, practically, all Hydra functions. Bi-directional, with command line, messages and others status in the remote control.

wBox. Receive and transmit DMX via wireles

  • Supported protocols: USITT DMX-512 (1990) & DMX512-A
  • DMX universes: 1
  • Frame synchronization: less than 0.01ms.
  • Supported DMX frame rates: 1-830Hz
  • Number of DMX channels supported: 512
  • Loss of DMX input behavior: DMX driver output will go into high impedance state.
  • Power supply: 7-12VDC / 1,2W max.
  • Operational frequencies range: 2402-2480MHz. In ISM band (2.4GHz), free license international band.
  • RF output: 100mW (20dBm)
  • RF modulation: GFSK
  • Sensitivity at 0,1% packet error rate: -96dBm
  • Link range (normal power mode using standard antennas in urban area): 500-1000m
  • Recovery time upon loss of signal: Less than 1s.
  • Approvals: FCC: 15.247&68 Class B; Canada ICES 003 CE; EN 301 489-1; EN 301 489-17; EN 300-328-1; EN 300-328-2; EN 609 50; SRRC – China
  • Environment: -20ºC to 35ºC. 0-90% non-condensing humidity.
  • Antenna connector: MCX
  • Compatible: with W-DMX systems.