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City Theatrical Launches PDS-375 TRX Power/Data Supply

City Theatrical Launches PDS-375 TRX Power/Data Supply

City Theatrical PDS-375 TRXCity Theatrical is pleased to announce that it is now shipping its PDS-375 TRX power/data supply for Philips Color Kinetics CKDMX LED lighting fixtures.

The PDS-375 TRX is a six output version of City Theatrical's PDS-750 TRXâ„¢ power/data suppy, and operates without a fan in its standard operating position making it perfect for installations such as studios which require complete silence.

The PDS-375 TRX combines advanced new LED control and configuration features with multi-control protocol interoperability and powerful new data management resources in a single lighting control unit, and along with the larger PDS-750 TRX, represents the first practical implementation of all of these features in a single unit. The unit can be controlled with all popular Ethernet protocols including Streaming ACN, Art-Net, or KI-Net, as well as wired and wireless DMX512, and is fully RDM enabled. Every unit includes a built-in SHoW DMX ® receiver.

The PDS-375 TRX provides full control capability for the new Philips Color Kinetics five color RGBAW ColorBlast 12 TRX, as well as 16-bit and 8-bit ColorBlast 12 TRs, iW Blast 12s, conventional 8-bit ColorBlast 12s, ColorBlast 6s, ColorSplash 2s, and other CKDMX fixtures. Each of the six outputs can be individually configured for the quantity of DMX slots required and the starting DMX address.

Other features include a built-in three port managed switch to provide an Ethernet pass-thru to down stream devices, and a built-In Ethernet node gateway which when using one of the Ethernet control protocols allows the assignment of any of the six outputs (or the DMX output) to one of two virtual DMX512 universes.

The PDS-375 TRX can also reconfigure Philps Color Kinetics LED fixtures remotely via RDM control of Zapi features.

The PDS-375 TRX is available through City Theatrical distributors world wide.

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