DMX Software

DMX software provides a means to control all of your lighting and effects fixtures from one source on your PC. Essential for a synchronised and impressive display at larger events where effects are important, DMX technology is a staple in modern lighting technology that gives you full control over your equipment.

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  1. 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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  2. BeamZ SUSHI-DS DMX Lighting Interface
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    BeamZ SUSHI-DS DMX Lighting Interface
    • DMX interface with software
    • Includes SUSHI BeamZ USB DMX interface
    • DMX channels: 128 (expandable to 512)
    • Stand-alone capacity with memory: 1,266 steps with 12 channels / 8 scenes
    • Create your own fixtures with the Scan Library Editor
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  3. BeamZ Light Rider ESA2 USB DMX Interface
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    BeamZ Light Rider ESA2 USB DMX Interface
    • USB DMX interface for controlling DMX devices with a computer or Android Tablet
    • Includes Light Rider/ESA2 interface
    • DMX channels: 128 (expandable to 512)
    • Operating system: Windows (Mac OS and Linux are optionally available)
    • Powered via USB
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  4. BeamZ Light Rider ESA2 USB Wi-Fi DMX Interface
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    BeamZ Light Rider ESA2 USB Wi-Fi DMX Interface
    • USB/WIFI DMX interface for controlling DMX devices with a computer or Tablet
    • Includes Light Rider BeamZ edition/ESA2 BeamZ edition Express mode software
    • 128 DMX Channels
    • DMX channels are expandable up to 2 x 512 channels (via www-dmxsoft-com)
    • Operating system: Windows and Mac OS
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  5. Sushi-DS 128 Channel DMX Lighting Control USB Interface

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    Sushi-DS 128 Channel DMX Lighting Control USB Interface
    • 128 DMX channels
    • Power supply via USB (supplied with cable)
    • Compatible software: Sunlite, suit 2004, Daslight DVC 1 and Easy Stand Alone 1
    • Software available for download
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DMX lighting software differs from DMX hardware, as all of the control will be done on a PC rather than on a controller. You would daisy-chain all of your lighting to the DMX interface, which is then recognised by a software or program on your computer where you would address all of your fixtures and make fine-tuned adjustments for the display that you want. DMX is quite an in-depth way to control your equipment, so a bit of research is necessary to use it efficiently.

A great way that you can utilise DMX is with non-lighting effects equipment with DMX capability. Using software, you can set certain fixtures to perform different tasks at set times in your own custom show. With a smoke or haze machine, for example, you can set it to go off over intervals of your choice, so say you want it to go off every 5 minutes for a duration of 10 seconds, you can achieve this with DMX.

DMX control allows complete adjustment over a single light and all its features. For example, on a moving head light, you will generally be able to control pan, tilt, colour, gobo, dim and speed. By being able to alter each of these separately and setting them to a custom show, you can have them point where you want, produce effects you want, and dim when you want at certain times in your event. This makes your light show utterly unique with endless possibilities.