- 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)
The STICK interfaces have 8 ports at the rear. You can access ports 1-4 on the STICK from the rear connection socket and ports 5-8 from the Ethernet add-on (available as part of the com+ option).
You can use an 8 button touch pad to trigger the ports, or you can use a touch pad with up to 255 buttons by combining the 8 trigger contacts in binary.
Ports 1,2 & 3 will send the value 7
Ports 1 & 4 will send the value 9
Each port will need to be mapped to a scene. This is done within the software package you are using with the STICK.
Once your touchpad is set up, you can test the pins with the Hardware Tools. See the Hardware Tools tutorial for more information. If you are combining the ports to use up to 255 buttons, you will need to make sure that the addressing option is enabled under the parameters tab.