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Stage Right 16-Channel DMX-512 Controller
Control up to 12 intelligent lights with up to 16-channels of DMX data with this 16-Channel DMX-512 Controller from Monoprice!
This compact controller gives you access to up to 6 sets of chases with up to 240 scenes each. It is able to execute multiple chases at the same time and includes beat-activation, tap sync, and auto run functions.
- Universal DMX-512 controller
- Controls 12 intelligent lights of up to 16 channels
- 30 banks of 8 scenes, 240 scenes total
- 6 sets of chases containing 240 scenes
- Execute multiple chases simultaneously
- Re-assignable channels
- Wheel assignable Pan/Tilt and 16-bit control
- Beat-activation, tap sync, auto run
- Grab any fixture on the fly
- Polarity selector
- MIDI compatible
- 1x 16-Channel DMX-512 controller
- 1x AC power adapter (DC 9-12V 500mA, 90V~240V)
- 1x User's manual
|Data Input||locking 3-pin XLR male socket|
|Data Output||locking 3-pin XLR female socket|
|Data Pin Configuration||pin 1 shield, pin 2 (-), pin 3 (+)|
|Input Voltage||9 ~ 12 VDC, 500mA min|
|Maximum Ambient Temperature||+113°F (+45°C)|
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||19.0" x 7.5" x 3.5" (482 x 190 x 90 mm)|
|Weight||7.7 lbs. (3.5 kg)|
I did notice that it seemed very glitchy and wonky trying to get fades between scenes set smoothly. Seemed to jump from too fast to too slow.
Took it out to use in the field last night for the first time. Everything was fine about the first half hour and then I noticed it wasn't responding to any controls. It became stuck and unable to fade or do anything. Had to do a hard reset by turning it off/on again in the middle of a show - which was even worse because it comes up in blackout state.
This occurred at least 3 other times last night after the first one. I don't know if there is a firmware upgrade that might fix the issue but so far I am embarrassed and completely disappointed.
Many nice features for an entry level controller.
CONS: Crashes/freezes up.
Thank you for your review and truly sorry to hear about the trouble experienced with PID 612120. Issues may occur when using the controller without a DMX terminator such as PID 601600:
Can you verify that you have a DMX terminator at the end of your last light? Please let me know so that I may further assist you. Thank you!
PROS: Price, warranty, flexible lamp included, better manual than Chauvet.
CONS: Layout of buttons could've been a bit better, mainly with the Chase buttons.
I've read through the manual and played with the various settings in a number of different ways and for the life of me I can not figure out how to do this. They seriously need a tech note or supplement to the manual to outline how to enable a soft cross fade when switching scenes.
PROS: Simple to set up
CONS: Haven't been able to figure out how to fade between scenes
PROS: Standard 192 channel controller, built solid, controls are smooth, CHEAP
PROS: Great build quality. Sturdy. Does what it's supposed to. Not difficult to master.
CONS: Would prefer to be able to just assign specific colors with the touch of a button.
PROS: Sturdy, Responsive I haven't notice any lag in the response between the unit and the fixtures.
CONS: Kind of funky to program, I still have yet to get any chases to actually function.
Scenes are funky at best.
CONS: NO FADING BETWEEN SCENES
3 months ago
PROS: Powerful lighting controller for a great price!
CONS: Slight learning curve
PROS: This compact controller is a complete controller for dmx lights, it's easy to use, even your kid can take the control of it !