Live Design Blog Archive
LumenRadio's CRMX at PLASA Focus Austin

LumenRadio's CRMX at PLASA Focus Austin

plasafocusaustin.jpgLumenRadio, technology leader in wireless lighting controls, will be showing its CRMX product range during PLASA Focus February 22nd and 23rd in TMB's stand # 700 at the Renaissance Austin Texas hotel.

On display will be LumenRadio's full range of highly acclaimed and award winning CRMX Nova, Outdoor, and Slim product series. CRMX is the world's leading technology for wireless DMX/RDM and extends its functionality to Ethernet networks with native support for protocols such as Streaming ACN, Art-Net, ETC-Net, Strand ShowNet, PathPort, etc. CRMX Nova was designed to meet the most rigorous requirements found in the professional entertainment lighting and event industry. CRMX Outdoor, intended for permanent outdoor installations, can withstand many years of adverse conditions in all types of climates thanks to its unique combination of an IP67 rated inner enclosure and a vandal proof metal cover and environmental shield.

LumenRadio's OEM Director, Hans Lau, will together with TMB demonstrate the SuperNova 2.0 management software and RMD controller that brings a wealth of information and packs a feature rich graphical user interface. SuperNova's RDM capabilities have been extended to wired networks and now offer unified connectivity and user-interface for systems that utilize a combination of wired and wireless DMX/RDM signal distribution.

"North-, Central and South-America are among the fastest growing markets for our CRMX technology. I believe PLASA Focus in Austin will be a perfect opportunity for us to demonstrate our technology to a growing American customer base. It is also a welcome chance for us to support our distributor TMB in meeting increased interest and demand for our products in the region", explains Hans Lau, Director of OEM and the Americas.

Hide comments


  • Allowed HTML tags: <em> <strong> <blockquote> <br> <p>

Plain text

  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.