DIN rail DMX merger
The DmxMerger is DMX-512 merger in a DIN rail form factor. The device features six optically isolated DMX inputs and one optically isolated DMX output.
The DmxMerger offers three different merging strategies.
The Latest Takes Precedence strategy selects one of the LTP inputs based on which port had the most recent change. This can be a change in channel levels or a DMX signal becoming active.
The Highest Takes Precedence strategy is used for combining the HTP inputs and the result of the LTP merging. In this strategy each DMX channel is compared across the inputs and the highest value is forwarded to the output.
If a DMX signal is present on the Priority input then this input is forwarded directly to the output. In this case all other inputs are ignored.
The Priority, HTP and LTP ports are all merged together.
Combine multiple controllers
When your DMX installation is best served with more than one controller, the DmxMerger can combine the outputs from multiple controllers into one single DMX network.
Use the Priority input to connect your main DMX controller. Should it fail, the DmxMerger will instantly switch to a secondary DMX controller connector to one of the other input ports.
Combine with other products from the family
The DmxMerger can easily be combined with the CueCore2 and QuadCore lighting engines. Or the IoCore2, a GPI, GPO & RS-232 interface module. And the B-Station and Kiosc.
Please read more about the CueCore2, QuadCore, IoCore2, RdmSplitter and Kiosc.
You can buy DmxMerger here.
• 6 Inputs
• Optical Isolation (individual per port)
• USITT DMX512-A (ANSI E1.11)
• Screws connectors
• DIN Rail mounting
• Power consumption 9-24V DC 500mA power input (optional external PSU)
• Dimensions 105 x 86 x 60 mm (4.1 x 3.4 x 2.4 inches)
• Weights 120 gram (0.26 lbs)
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