The Ultamation UC-DMX-200 is an Ethernet to DMX control interface for DIN rail mounting applications.
Features complete control of an entire 512 channel DMX universe, the UC-DMX-200 provides the bridge between any programmable Ethernet based control system and a DMX lighting system (or any other DMX controlled devices).
In addition to discrete channel control, the UC-DMX-200 also implements 8 independent pattern generators, capable of scrolling a pattern of up to 16 RGB values across a range of DMX addresses, removing the load from the host system.
Extension Device drivers are available for Crestron Home giving immediate access to the pattern generators and colour changing control of DMX fixtures - the datasheet can be downloaded below.
Crestron SIMPL control modules are available which make integration a breeze, and a simple ASCII based protocol is also available making integration with other systems simple.
The following videos show the DMX controller in action, one with a Crestron system and one using the configuration tool for direct control.
The configuration app has been re-written from the ground up. It's available from the download section below.
The original configuration app is stall available here: The native Windows application used for initial setup. Download the OLD application here.
Works with Crestron Home
Note: The number of devices supported on the DMX network is dependent upon the electrical characteristics of the installation and DMX drivers used and suitable termination should always be used.
Note: A separate power supply is required. Please refer to the datasheet for specifications.
Note: There may be additional duty or import charges applied to your purchase, these are to be covered by the purchaser.
While we have tested the controller with a large range of DMX drivers, we cannot verify every device. Our DMX controller sits squarely in the middle of the DMX timing specifications, but there are some drivers that do not adhere to the specification and this can be one of the causes of unwanted flickering.