This listing is for a Package of (2) Enttec DMX USB Pro interface units. They were purchased new and used once. These units are in like new condition.
The DMX USB Pro is industry standard interface for connecting PCs and MACs to DMX512 lighting networks. Compatible with a broad range of commercial and free software it is a fast and reliable interface. Used by thousands of the lighting professionals around the world, it is used in creative light shows.
With industry standard-5 pin input and output connections as well as 1500V full isolation for both data and power lines, you can rest assured that your computer will be protected from any stray voltages and faults that may occur on the DMX line. Furthermore, this DMX USB interface features an internal frame buffer for consistent DMX generation when outputting. This means it isn't dependant on your PC's processor to regulate a steady, reliable flow of data and to provide a stable data stream regardless of your PC's workload. You can also view the activity of the DMX USB Pro quickly using it's LED status indicator. Use ENTTEC's free PRO-Manager software to test, update and configure your USB Pro alongside other products in the ENTTEC range. Pro Manager is easy to use and runs on both Windows and Mac (up to OSX 10.11). You can even change the firmware to support your exacting requirement (RDM or Non-RDM). The DMX USB Pro is compatible with an enormous range of commercial and free software.
(2) DMX USB Pro
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