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ETC Universal Fader Wing 2×10
Compact and compatible with ETC’s newest control consoles, the Universal Fader Wings offer flexible playback options at an economical price. Whether you need more physical faders for your Eos® or Gio® console, banks and banks of submasters for your Ion® console, or more space-conscious solutions for master playbacks on your Congo® jr console, the Universal Fader Wings are for you.
The Universal Fader Wings are ideal for broadcast and studio applications where quick manual lighting is required and for school and worship venues where less technically skilled staff need to be able to easily change lighting, without keystroke-command knowledge. Modularity allows the user to employ the Wings during show setup or programming and then remove them conveniently when they are no longer required for playback.
Connects to EOS family consoles via USB or can be mounted directly to the side of an Ion 6k
ETC Net3 Show Control Gateway
Don’t let your control design be limited by physical cabling restrictions! The Net3™ Show Control Gateway is a network data distribution device designed to take advantage of the quality and reliability of ETC’s network development.
The Net3 Show Control Gateway is a native Ethernet device that provides bidirectional communication with other Net3 devices, by forwarding MIDI and SMPTE signals over the lighting network. Multiple Show Control Gateway connections can now simultaneously provide you access to multiple SMPTE and MIDI Time Code sources, as well as a connection for MIDI show control.
ETC Net3 4 Port DMX Gateway
ETC’s Four-Port Gateway is a DMX and RDM distribution device built on the quality and reliability of ETC’s network development. Built for networking systems using industry standard streaming ACN™ (sACN) protocol, the Four-Port Gateway is compatible with ETC network system products. It uses bidirectional Ethernet communication with other network devices to send or receive DMX512 data and RDM messages. The Four-Port Gateway supports up to four DMX inputs and outputs to transport up to 2048 channels of DMX over Ethernet.