- Hardware Tools
- General information on DMX interfaces
- SIUDI 1 (2000 USB interfaces)
- SIUDI 1bis (2002 USB interfaces)
- SIUDI 2 (2002 low cost USB interfaces)
- SIUDI IP1 (2004 ETHERNET-DMX interface)
- SIUDI 5 (2006 USB interfaces)
- SIUDI 6 (2006 low cost USB interfaces)
- SIUDI 7 (2009 USB-SD interfaces)
- SIUDI 8 (2010 USB interfaces)
- SIUDI 9 (2011 low cost USB interfaces)
- STICK 1 (2009 Touch-sensitive keypad)
- STICK 2 (2011 low cost glass keypad)
- STICK 3 (2012 palet/display glass keypad)
- Other connections
- Frequency Asked Questions (FAQS)
USB-DMX interfaces 512 channels
The USB standard defines a new type of serial-communication as well as a new type of connector. This standard was introduced in 1997 and has been spreading ever since 1999.
It offers many advantages in comparison with former standards. For instance, it allows devices to be directly powered via the USB port as well the simultaneous use of several devices at once. Plug and play is also made possible.
The USB-DMX interface is a world's first innovation. It thoroughly respects the USB protocol specification and DMX512 for output. It is directly powered via the USB port and controls all 512 potential channels of a DMX line. If the 512 channels are not sufficient, some software can run up to 10 USB interfaces simultaneously, i.e. 5,120 channels altogether.