RDM And Flickering Legacies

The RDM standard is now published, and products are coming on the market that use the methods described in the standard to collect information about equipment on a DMX512 network and to set parameters such as a DMX starting address and operating modes from the lighting control console. Officially called ANSI E1.20-2006, Entertainment Technology-RDM-Remote Device Management Over DMX512 Networks, the standard builds on USITT's DMX512/1990 and its update, ANSI E1.11-2004. Products that

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