DMX Controllers

DMX Controllers, also known as DMX hardware, gives you detailed control over single or linked lighting and effects fixtures. With multiple banks and channels, our DMX lighting controllers will give you an easy way to take control over your lighting and produce a light show as impressive as possible.

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  1. BeamZ DMX60 Lighting Controller 6-Channel
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    £46.99
    BeamZ DMX60 Lighting Controller 6-Channel
    • 6 Channel DMX lighting console
    • 9V adaptor
    • XLR DMX output
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  2. BeamZ DMX-512 DMX Lighting Controller
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    BeamZ DMX-512 DMX Lighting Controller
    • Stream-line design
    • Internal rechargeable battery
    • Storage up to 30 patterns
    • IP20 protection rating
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  3. BeamZ DMX192S Lighting Controller 192-Channel DMX
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    BeamZ DMX192S Lighting Controller 192-Channel DMX
    • Ideal to control up to 12 light effects
    • Auto mode or as a stand-alone unit
    • Music controlled via a built-in microphone
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  4. BeamZ BBP Wireless DMX Transmitter/Receiver
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    BeamZ BBP Wireless DMX Transmitter/Receiver
    • Compact wireless DMX transmitter and receiver
    • Works with any DMX controller
    • Operating frequency 2.4~2.525GHz
    • 7 DMX universes
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  5. BeamZ DMX-240 DMX Lighting Controller 192-Channel
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    BeamZ DMX-240 DMX Lighting Controller 192-Channel
    • 192 DMX channels
    • 12 Scanners with 16 channels each
    • 30 banks of 8 programmable scenes
    • 6 Programmable chases of 240 scenes
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  6. BeamZ DMX-384 DMX Lighting Controller 384 Channel
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    BeamZ DMX-384 DMX Lighting Controller 384 Channel
    • 384 DMX Channels
    • 12 fixture with 32 channels each
    • 30 banks of 8 programmable scenes
    • 6 programmable chases of 240 scenes
    • 16 faders for manual control of channels
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  7. BeamZ DMX65W Wireless DMX Lighting Controller
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    BeamZ DMX65W Wireless DMX Lighting Controller
    • Wireless DMX Lighting Control: The BeamZ DMX65W mini DMX controller is a compact and rechargeable light-control-unit specially designed for use with for example wireless BeamZ Uplighters. Wirelessly synchronize an unlimited number of W-DMX fixtures simultaneously and operate them using the simple navigation on the OLED digital display.
    • 30 DMX channels for creating light shows with adjustable speed, fade, and chase effect control.
    • An unlimited number of lights can be synchronised at the same time, using wireless DMX transmission.
    • 7-universes built-in for using multiple DMX65W controllers at the same time.
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As opposed to DMX software, DMX controllers are physical pieces of equipment that feature sliders and buttons to adjust the settings on your lights directly. They are best suited when adjusting a single light, but you can control multiple lights at the same time if they are chained together or set to different addresses.

DMX LED controllers are a more hands-on approach to lighting control. With separate sliders changing different elements of a light, for example, one slider being the dimmer, one being the colour, one being the gobo selector, you can control all of these elements manually.

DMX, in the simplest form, is achieved by setting an address on your light, and then using that address on the controller so that they work together. With smaller controllers with limited sliders and channels, you will be able to control a smaller amount of lights effectively. You can set multiple lights to the same DMX channel and address so that one slider will adjust more than one light's features at the same time, which is great if you are using similar lights and want them to be doing the same thing in unison.

A useful feature that our controllers offer is a microphone for sound-to-light activation. If one of your lights don't have sound-to-light built-in, you can attach it to a controller with this feature and it will then react to music and sounds that are picked up on the microphone on the controller, creating a more synchronised light show.