PLASA 2017 – Artistic Licence in explosive mode

Artistic Licence will be exhibiting at PLASA London, Olympia, 17-19 September, Stand C32. This year, its new set design promises an electrifying experience, as visitors can attempt to blow up products using a Van de Graaff generator!

The important message here is that our premium splitters and gateways have unusually high levels of electrical protection built-in, says the company. This is great news for expensive consoles and moving lights, which can all be damaged or destroyed by accidental mains connection, generator spikes or lightning strikes.

DMX-Protect is a new product that serves only to provide electrical protection of other equipment. It is a low-cost retrofit solution to ensure your investment is protected. See what you think – it will be on show in the Awards for Innovation gallery, as well as Stand C32.

Just announced is the next generation of Artistic Licence ethernet-to-DMX gateways. Based on a more powerful chip technology, the range provides full support for the award-winning Art-Net 4 protocol, giving access to impressive new functionality not offered in earlier releases.

Leading the way, artLynx quad and artLynx duo are DIN rail mounted products that convert Art-Net (all releases) or sACN to 4 (quad) or 2 (duo) DMX/RDM universes.

New for 2017, the moody programmable LED controllers have been updated and improved to provide a much more aesthetic product. With a choice of cover plates in contemporary material finishes and a subtle glowing dial, the moody range provides versatile DMX, DALI or constant voltage dimming control via an attractive and user-friendly interface.


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