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Lighting on command

Lighting on command

MA Lighting launches new addition to the grandMA3 onPC solutions range.

MA Lighting has launched a new member of its grandMA3 onPC solutions range. The grandMA3 onPC command wing XT is described as a versatile solution for smaller and mid-sized installations. It uses the same interface as other grandMA3 consoles and allows new users to learn the MA user interface and later switch between this solution and other grandMA3 consoles.

The grandMA3 onPC command wing XT enables users to program, play back or back up within the grandMA3 world. It comes with 10 motorised faders, 40 physical playbacks, 16 assignable x-keys and a dedicated master playback section. The solution incorporates the command section of grandMA3 consoles to reportedly make it easier to use the grandMA3 onPC software. All inputs and outputs of a grandMA3 console are available to the user. DMX, Midi, Ethernet, Timecode and Remote Control are all on hand directly. Additionally, it has four individual monitor outputs allowing users to tailor it to best suit their needs.

The solution provides the maximum number of parameters available for grandMA3 onPC solutions: 4,096 parameters with two DMX outputs and two Ethernet Gigabit connectors included for DMX over Ethernet protocols. A total of 1,024 DMX universes can be assigned to any of the physical DMX outputs or transmitted via MA-Net, sACN or Art-Net.

Alongside the grandMA3 onPC command wing XT, there are two onPC options: the grandMA3 onPC command wing, said to offer the best grandMA3 mobile solution, and the grandMA3 onPC xPort Nodes, which reportedly provide a more cost-effective DMX output solution for software-only show control.

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