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LED Rgb Dmx Systems

LED Rgb Dmx Systems

We at Illuminations carry various controls and drivers to connect LED Light and LED Rgb Dmx Systems lighting to DMX512 systems. These products can be used in night club lighting, bars, casinos, entertainment, theater, movie sets and many more projects requiring control of a large number of LED Rgb Dmx Systems lights.DMX75 is MegaLED’s versatile modular system with DMX, USB or RS232 control and up to 75 output channels. Ideal for situations where large numbers of channels need individual control.The DMX75 system comprises a decoder board, plus up to 3 driver board(s) per complete “stack” giving up to 75channels total – to suit the application and LEDs used. Driver Boards stack onto of the decoder using supplied spacers for a compact system. LED Driver Boards for both PowerLEDs and Voltage-driven led types are offered, these can be mixed to suit multichannel, multi-LED fixture type installations.


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    Understanding the Basics of DMX Control

    "DMX" stands for "Digital Multiplex Signal". It is sometimes called DMX 512 because it can be used to control up to 512 channels. To better understand the word channel, think of a DMX "Channel" as a "Color", so if you have an LED Rgb Dmx Systems light this light would use 3 "Channels" or "Colors". You can control up to 170 RGB Lights in a single DMX universe or up to 512 single color lights in one DMX universe. Each fixture is specifically addressed within the 512 universes using a DMX Decoder/Driver, and you program your light scenes according to the LED Rgb Dmx Systems address that you assigned to each fixture.

    Hook up your DMX Control System for Programming

    Hooking up your DMX Control System for programming is a fairly straight forward process depending on the size of the installation. First of all you must determine the DMX addresses that you would like to set your DMX Decoders to. It is best practice to start with your first driver/decoder and give it the lowest address in your system, such as 1. If you are using RGB Lights then your next decoder address would be 4-6, since 1-3 is being taken up by the first decoder. If you are using single color lights then your next decoder in the daisy chain would be set to address 2. There are 3 different ways to configure multiple decoders, the first being a daisy chain, the second using a DMX Splitter and the third using a DMX Wireless Transmitter and receiver (See photos below). Once you have everything wired together you can bring low voltage DC power to your decoders as well as turn on your DMX Controller by a 5V USB connection.