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Visual Productions Launches IOCore at Prolight+Sound 2012
The new product that Visual Productions is launching at Prolight+Sound is the IOCore, an expansion module in the CueCore product family of solid-state lighting controllers. It offers interfacing to digital and analogue inputs and digital outputs and supports various protocols like DMX, RS-232, OSC, UDP and Art-Net.
The IOCore features eight inputs that can be individually configured as digital or analogue input. Set as digital input, it allows for an easy connection with, for example, physical switches and sensors. When set to analogue, it supports 0-10V and 1-10V inputs; ideal for connecting to household dimmers.
The eight outputs on the IOCore are relay-switched and can handle 3 Amp. The digital outputs can be used to switch various other equipment like A/V devices, blinds or heavy-duty relays.
Additionally, the IOCore is fitted with a DMX-512 port that can be configured as input or output, and a bi-directional RS-232 port. Through its network port, the IOCore also supports OSC, UDP and Art-Net protocols that can be used for triggering and conversion.
The compact and versatile IOCore is the ideal expansion unit for the CueCore in projects that demand more IO. Furthermore, IOCore is equally well suited for standalone IO interfacing or working together with any third-party show control system.
Located in Hall 11.0 Stand A69, the same stand as last year, Visual Productions will also be showing the latest versions of Cuelux and the CueCore, solid-state controller. The CueCore, now 1 year old, has seen good success and enthusiastic response from worldwide distributors and users alike. New features have been added to the CueCore including a useful back-up function. This function allows users to make back-ups to save the contents of the CueCore into an XML file.
5th March 2012
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