Wireless Solution & W-DMX At PLASA 2006

Wireless Solution Sweden AB is “gearing up” for its third consecutive year exhibiting at PLASA. A complete new range of W-DMX products will be on display, including W-DMX T-512 Outdoor Transceiver, W-DMX Micro, and W-DMX D-512, the world’s first wireless three-way truss splitter. Two of these products have been entered for the PLASA Innovation Award, the D-512 and W-DMX Micro, a mini DMX receiver with built-in battery backup of six to eight hours use, signal display indication, and battery lifetime. As a bonus preview, the RDM specification on W-DMX will be shown for the first time at PLASA.

In just 8 months, over 5000 units of W-DMX products been shipped worldwide. The demand for safe plug-and-play wireless technology free from interference continues to increase. More OEM partners have joined the wave of manufacturers offering Wireless DMX in their equipment. The first product to offer W-DMX technology built inside a fixture was the SGM Giotto Synthesis. Most recently, the Alpha Range from Clay Paky, LSC Lighting Consoles from Australia, Swefog, and Antari X-Series smoke machines have implemented W-DMX into their equipment.

In addition to new OEM partners, several new distributors have been appointed in key markets, including White Light in the United Kingdom and Lightpower in Germany.

Wireless Solution will be exhibiting in Booth F37 at PLASA 2006, held at Earls Court in London, September 10-13. All visitors to the stand can enter to win a W-DMX system valued at 1200 Euros.

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