All-in-one conceptSimply connect the STICK to your lights

The STICK range has been designed to offer the perfect lighting control solution for any environment. DMX data messages are sent directly from the STICK to a DMX compatible power supply (sometimes called a «DMX Driver»). The power supply listens to the DMX messages and supplies the power to the lighting fixture. For example, an LED strip may use a 12V DMX power supply. The DMX messages are then passed on to the next lighting fixture or DMX driver.

Easy setupRobust technology

Thanks to their «All-In-One» technology, each STICK package includes a high-tech keypad, stand alone memory storage and a powerful DMX512 lighting software package. Due to an absence of mechanical buttons, the strongly built STICK is timeless.

1

Mount the back side

Mount the back side of the interface on the wall with 2 or more screws.

2

Plug the connectors

DMX and power (connector block or RJ45)
Ethernet cable if needed

3

Mount the front panel

Press against the back plate and then slide down

4

Secure the panel

Use 2 screws to hold the controller

Simple usewith USB

Using the «plug and play» USB connection is the most simple way to program the STICK controller: connect the device, start the programming software, create the show and finally press the «write memory» button to save the show into the stand alone memory.

Networksynchronization

The Ethernet connections of the STICK-KE2 and STICK-DE3 offer the possibility to interconnect several STICK controllers for multi-room installations and direct control via a cable or wireless network using a computer or a smartphone. How does it work?

• A single ESA Pro show/document is used. This includes all DMX fixtures and areas.

• Multiple STICKs can be added in the Stand-Alone window. A different combination of scenes and areas can be assigned to each STICK.

• Each STICK controller’s memory is written simultaneously using its name and IP address over the local network.

• Matching areas are synchronized between the STICKs. It is also possible to disable the synchronization of an area if required.

Integration withthird-party devices

90% of applications use USB and DMX512 connections only, but the most demanding of our customers will also be able to interface additional devices such as contact closures, UDP/TCP, RS232 and more.

This feature is available with the STICK-KE2 and STICK-DE3 only.