LS 1 LightShark. DMX console up to 8 universes. Based on web browser. Multitouch UI. DMX controller. 8 universes. Based on web browser. Multitouch UI. LS-1 is a range of next-generation hardware lighting consoles, being the first DMX-based hardware lighting console, offering wireless control as well as Web browser-based control from a multi-touch smartphone or tablet, with support for up to three devices. connected simultaneously. LS-1 sets a new standard for features and usability.
LS-1 runs in its "core" LightShark, the lighting software platform that makes this console a new concept of lighting control. LightShark brings together the best features in the world of lighting control with innovative and exclusive software and combines them with an intuitive and ergonomic hardware control surface.
Thanks to the LightShark software engine, LS-1 offers 8 DMX universes via sACN and / or ArtNet, detailed control of color and gobo options via paddles, full grouping options, CueList operation with up to 1200 Cues and Lists, customizable automation to via a stylish graphics-based, special effects and fanning Executors window, and built-in support for a growing library of fixtures.
Because the LightShark control software runs on the console, and is controlled via a simple web browser on the Wi-Fi connected smartphone or tablet, the control software is fast and responsive, offering the benefits of control. multi-touch in real time. For those professionals who prefer control through a physical user interface, it is worth remembering that once configured and assigned, all aspects of the LS-1 system can be fully controlled from the hardware surface; A large LCD screen to the right of the control surface shows how physical controls are mapped at all times, and updates as the user switches between control mapping layers. Therefore, LS-1 users have the freedom to control their lighting systems through Web browser-based control software, a combination of LS-1 hardware and their preferred mobile device, or solely through LS-hardware. 1, according to your personal preferences.
All required hardware interfaces are available on the back of the LS-1 console (including Artnet, a 5-pin DMX output to control a 512 channel DMX Universe, and an Ethernet port to access seven other DMX universes), along with a USB connector for updates. Highlighting its ergonomic features, there is also a built-in stand to hold an iOS or Android device on the back of the LS-1, and an extra dedicated USB charging socket on the back panel to keep associated tablets or Smartphones charged throughout. moment. Designed from the ground up as a complete lighting control system and delivered with the web browser-based control software pre-installed in the console with Wi-Fi (Safari, Chrome Firefox and Opera are supported), the LS-1 includes everything except the smartphone or tablet.
LS-1 has been designed to fit the standard 19 '' rack size, and has a rack mount accessory.