DMX is a data protocol most commonly used in lighting and stage equipment. DMX or DMX-512 provides control of up to 512 channels per run. A run is commonly known as a universe. Essentially each universe provides you with 512 channels. When connecting DMX, each fixture is daisy chained. This means that the cable comes out of the lighting console or usb module into the first light, then the data comes out of the first light into the second light. Please see diagram below. Each fixture must also have an address. This address is the starting channel number. You can see...
VERSION 2 FIXTURES
We have spent a lot of time refining and developing our fixtures. When looking at our Pro Par Hex series, the most popular fixtures we have on the market, we sat down and said how could we make this better. Along came the 30 degree lens. You will notice the Pro Par Hex 12 & 5 have updated lens systems. These new lens systems give brighter output and smoother field beam. The most noticeable is the Pro Par Hex 12. You can see below that the new lenses are much wider and produce a greater field range. We have also...
Introducing PIX BAR
We are excited to release to you a new product series. We have taken our same great optics and LEDs and created a Bar line. This break through invention further adds versatility and use to our already great product lines! We also brought along the same great features you love: powerCON connectors, built in stand, and smooth color mixing from the PRO PAR HEX line.
Introducing PRO PAR HEX
Being a new company, we set out on a mission to bring an honest comparisons of popular products in the stage lighting market. Pulling fixtures from anywhere we could find, we set up a test scenario. We used a storage shelf and set up 6 fixtures on it. All the same distance from the wall, all aimed at the same point. We then set an SLR camera on the same shelf and adjusted it into manual mode. From there we adjusted some settings to ensure none of the fixtuers would wash out the camera completely and left the settings alone....