The CueCore2 is a lighting controller for permanent installations. The device is completely solid-state, with no moving parts; it is an extremely secure and low-maintenance installation control solution that has only a minimal power consumption. All operating and programming is done through its dynamic web 2.0 interface.
In fixed installations, often the computer running the lighting software proves to be the weakest link. Failing power-supplies, hard-disks, fans or dust-filled CPU heatsinks are notorious for bringing PCs to a full stop.
The CueCore2 is designed to operate without a computer; thus lowering the cost of the control system and greatly reducing the need for maintenance.
Connected to a browser, the CueCore2 unfolds itself into a 1024 channel lighting controller, complete with a industry-standard command-line interface for fast programming. It features 256 scenes with programmable fade and hold times.
With its exceptional value-for-money, the CueCore2 also features a DMX and Art-Net recorder with a capacity for storing 16 individual tracks. Each track has 1024 channels and is compressed for maximum duration. Multiple tracks can be played back, each with individual master levels.
With lighting projects becoming more complex every day, the CueCore2 features a powerful Show Control logic for advanced system integration. This allows for interaction with other types of equipment and controllers. The Show Control editor enables you to program triggers and actions based on events from scheduled dates or times, time-code, contact-closure or any other incoming signal.
2 x DMX-512 opto-isolated (in or out)
Art-Net & sACN (in and out)
MIDI, MSC & MMC
OSC & UDP (in and out)
TCP triggers (in)
GPI port with 4 contact-closures or 0-10V inputs
On-board lighting controller with 6 independent playbacks
DMX, Art-Net and sACN show recorder
Scheduling with Real-Time clock, weekdays and sunrise/sunset
NTP time synchronization
SMPTE, MTC and Art-Net timecode slave
Show Control function (connect any input to any output)
Master/slave protocol for synchronizing multiple units
Compatible with Kiosc
Desktop or DIN Rail mounted