Alcorn McBride LightCue with Ethernet

A lighting console from Alcorn McBride.
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Alcorn McBride LightCue with Ethernet

Nov 23, 2011 10:07 AM

Alcorn McBride LightCue with Ethernet

Alcorn McBride has announced the LightCue with Ethernet, an enhanced version of the popular LightCue model. The new LightCue with Ethernet replaces expensive lighting consoles in permanent installations by capturing the DMX data and playing it back the same way every time. Lighting designers can program their lighting using their favorite DMX lighting console, record into the LightCue with Ethernet, and then take the console away. LightCue with Ethernet handles up to 40 pile-ons and stores 100 hours of DMX data. The unit operates via front-panel buttons, SMPTE timecode, RS-232, Ethernet, or contact closure/voltage inputs. Users can create a schedule to trigger playback using the built in realtime clock and examine or edit the recorded DMX data with included cue-management software. Price: NA

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