I am setting up a row of Tribrick 36 LED with a Stage Setter 24 console. All of the fixtures are set to 4 channel mode, Address 008. No matter what I do I cannot get the bricks to see the DMX from the console, the display continues to flash. All the other fixtures in my rig are responding to the data from the console. We have tried home running to every fixture in the row and they all flash, no DMX. What could this be?
I'm new to setting up the eNode 4 ethernet node. I have a network setup with 12 - eNode 4 units, each of them needs to to be configured for all 4 DMX ports set to output. I need 4 ports to be assigned to 2 universes, 2 ports for universe "x" and the other 2 ports to universe "x+1". When I go to the DMX port option on the menu, there is a "NET" setting and I'm not sure what number to use on all the ports for the 12 units? Can anyone help me with this? Thanks in advance, Perry Beatty
Hello guys I want to make a simple musical water fountain for my garden. I aim to use around 40 LED s , each 6 watt (the ones that for swimming pools that contain 6 of one watt led s ) , and 40 water fountain nozzles (electrical valves) . Should I use DMX for such a project ? Should I buy only dmx-compatible LED s ? Can DMX also control nozzles ? I would appreciate your help , Thanks in advance.
Help! I just purchased four Cyber Pack 20a dimmers and can't understand the user manual at all! (what is a "note number"?) I am familiar with DMX and have used many different types of dimmers, but the documentation for this product leaves much to be desired. I'm wondering if anyone has seen more thorough documentation online that I can access. I'm trying to configure the units to work sequentially so the first pack is DMX 1-4, the next is 5-8, etc. What is the correct menu/button sequence to...
Recently received the Gobar Plus IR and trying to hook it up to a Stage Setter 8 Console and can’t seem to get any results. Could be an issue with basic setup that I’m not aware of, as I’m incredibly new. DMX our from console to DMX in on gobar. Can’t figure anything else out from there. Thank you.
To set the universe of a DMX port, go to "Set DMX Port" menu, then select the DMX port you want to change. After selecting your desired port, go to "Principal". "Principal" is where you select the universe you want to be outputted by the DMX port. Also, the IP address of your enodes will be set to 184.108.40.206 by default. The IP address must be set to something unique on each enode in your network.
The board is outputting DMX, other fixtures on the same universe are seeing it. I know that the Stage setter only outputs DMX channels 1-24, (If I set a unit to an address above 24 using this console, I get a no DMX error). Could that be messing with the DMX inputs on the tri bricks? Are they looking for 1-512?
Hi everybody! I am currently renovating a permanent install which was a mess. I have found two unknown Dmx 5 pin leads that look like they are home runs from the dimmers in the back to the console. I am having ghosting issues with these two Dmx lines they look like two separate lines. There is no problem with the console because there is only one dmx line that runs to the dimmers and they work perfectly. Do not know the brand of the dimmers. I am wondering what my next troubleshooting steps...
I am wondering if someone could help me figure out a problem. I have a pixel net 4, which I know is older, that I would like to use. The 4 ports use Uni 0 - 3. I would like to change the starting address for each port starting with Universe 5. I have done it a while ago with DMX Workshop, but I cannot seem to catch lightning in a bottle twice. Does anyone have a solution for this issue? FWIW - I am connecting the Pixel Net through a switcher to a Gio@5. Thank you for your time. J
In DMX Workshop, Go to Node List, and under the Node Status tab, the Pixel Net 4 should appear with its IP address listed Right-click and expand all menu for the Pixel Net 4 Under Output menu, right-click and select Configure on the output you want to change. Under the Port tab, input the desired universe.
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