Products, Materials & Tools | Jul 09, 2008

Anolis Introduces New DMX Controller: ArcControl 1024

Anolis ArcControl 1024 is a feature-rich, fully programmable DMX controller, designed to offer comprehensive and intuitive control of all Anolis fittings and third party DMX controlled luminaires.

It is ideal for the widest possible range of applications including commercial and residential installations - restaurants, bars, hotels, modern interiors, lightscapes, retail outlets, point-of-sales, illuminated signs and exhibition stands.

Anolis ArcControl 1024 is a totally stand-alone wall-mounted system. It requires no additional equipment to control DMX fittings, and fits neatly into a 47 mm deep back box. Surface mount and frame mount options are also available.

Anolis ArcControl 1024 includes a comprehensive library of all Anolis luminaires and  other effects for easy installation and programming. The LCD display and scroll-wheel combined with the real time astronomical clock enable more complex sequences, timed events and colours to be added without using a computer.

Technical Specifications:
DMX Channels: 2 universes of 512 channels each
DMX Standard: DMX 1990 A
DMX Refresh Rate: Configurable, 36 Hz max.
Power Supply: 15V DC, 300 mA, (included)
 
Networking:
Ethernet 10/100MHz – Auto uplink detection
Built-in web server
Telnet command server

Configurable terminals: The 3 pairs of configurable terminals can be configured as either volt-free contact inputs or independent analogue inputs (0-10V, 50mA)
Audio Input: Line-level mono audio input for beat triggering
Real-Time Clock: Built-in real-time clock, with 6-month battery back-up
LCD Screen: 128 x 64 pixel, monochrome with configurable RGB backlight
Physical Size: 35mm deep, fits standard 47mm-deep UK double-gang backbox
Weight: 0.255 kg
 
Standard Fascia: Stainless steel
Finishes: Polished brass, polished chrome, white
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