The XTBA SMART SPLITTER VIEW VSS is a single input, five output data splitter with loop through, isolation and buffer amplifiers designed for use with lighting/moving light controls using USITT DMX512 (1990/1986) protocol.
The VSS additionally monitors all five outputs and will determine termination status or line overload.
In addition to the five outputs the unit also has a buffered data loop through with relay override. So in the event of power failure data will still pass through the unit to data through output.
The XTBA Smart Splitter 4D is a four way DMX splitter housed in a DIN rail case for ease of installation.
Ideal for use where space is at a premium. It is ideal for LED installations as it can be supplied mains powered or from 24 to 48 volts DC.
The input is optically isolated from the four outputs giving protection against ‘sordid unpleasantness’ or ‘nasty frightfulness’ that may end up on a DMX data line (most often with led luminaries) forcing the DMX controller into an early retirement.
XTBA's Smart Merge A-D will merge up to 24 channels of 0 to +10v analogue control and a DMX data stream into a single DMX512 output signal.
The XTBA SmartMerge A-D will allow older analogue equipment and custom-built controllers to be added into any DMX512 installation. The 24 channel analogue input may be moved via the three offset code switches to any position in the DMX output stream, allowing for analogue control of any channel.
The number of analogue channels used may be decreased from 24 down to 1 via the two length code switches.
XTBA Smart Merge 4:2 will take up to four DMX inputs and merge into two output data streams.
Each input has its own offset so data channels can be set end to end or overlapped. When using the offsets any channels over the 512 limit are carried over to output two. The Smart Merge 4:2 can be user set to hold last frame on any or all of the inputs in the event of data loss.
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