Easy Stand Alone 2008
The interface must be directly connected to the computer through the Ethernet port or to an Ethernet hub/switch. The default IP address of the interface is 192.168.1.20, the address your computer must be in the same range in order to establish a communication.
You can browse the Hardware manual to see a detailed installation procedure. Connections The connection of the DMX signal is made to the XLR female connector. The 9V DC power supply must be connected to the rear power connector. The interface must be externally powered, there is now way to power it through the ethernet connector. This interface has 8 ports to trigger 8 different scenes. To use the input ports, you must create a connection between the Ground pin and the ports (see the picture below).
The SLESA-IP1 interface is our standard Ethernet-DMX interface. The interface can run up to 512 DMX channels in stand alone mode and every scene can be triggered by date/time or through the input ports. The memory capacity depends on the total amount of stand alone DMX channels.
There are 2 push buttons on the top of your interface with the following purpose:
- "+" calls the next stand alone scene
- "-" calls the previous stand alone scene
- "#" in addition with "+" and "-" enables do increase or decrease the global DMX level To reset the interface and get all default settings (IP address, password...) back, you must press and hold the '+' button while restarting the interface. Using several interfaces to control more DMX universes It is possible to link several interfaces on the same local network in order to create a multiple universes stand alone show. It is important to set the master and slave units. The master interface is used to trigger the whole system. By default. the master unit is the one with the lowest IP address. Each ethernet interface is shipped with the same IP address (192.168.1.20) If you are using more than one ethernet DMX interface, you must connect the interfaces one at a time and change the interface IP address within Easy Stand Alone (explained in the Hardware manual).