New DMX Converter enables easy lighting control for system integrators
October 30, 2020, San Diego, CA – Environmental Lights, a leader in LED lighting solutions, announces the launch of their new RS232 to DMX Converter for the A/V industry.
The RS232 to DMX Converter is the ideal tool for A/V integrators who want to incorporate low voltage LED lighting into their whole-house control systems. It receives the RS232 signal from the master control system and converts it into a DMX signal which can then be routed through DMX decoders to control low voltage lighting. The RS232 to DMX Converter serves a crucial link by essentially translating lighting instructions sent via RS232 into DMX and makes it easier than ever for integrators to add low voltage lighting to their projects.
“The RS232 to DMX Converter was designed to allow advanced A/V control systems to easily integrate and control a range of low voltage lighting solutions from Environmental Lights”, says Jordan Brooks, President of Environmental Lights. “It is ideal for AV integrators looking to add more low voltage linear accent lighting to their projects.”
RS232 to DMX Converter allows system integrators to add and control tunable white and color changing low voltage LED lighting to installations that utilize advanced lighting control systems such as Control4, Crestron, ELAN, Lutron and Savant. The converter receives a RS232 data signal and outputs a DMX signal that enables users to control low voltage LED lights from a whole-house control system. It can also be powered by a wide range of input voltages from 9-24VDC and supports up to 512 Channels, allowing for more flexibility with DMX decoders.
- Input voltage: 9, 12, or 24 VDC
- Supports up to 512 Channels
- Durable aluminum case
- CE and RoHS Compliant
- Ships with 9V driver
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Environmental Lights was founded in 2006 in San Diego, California, and has been listed on the Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest-growing private companies in America for eight years in a row. We transform environments with LED lighting technology by engineering our customers’ visions into innovative solutions. We partner with our customers from project inception, through planning, specification and installation of their LED lighting systems to ensure we create solutions that match their exact needs. Our work transforms environments in an array of industries including retail display, entertainment, trade show/exhibit, hospitality, casino gaming and audio-visual integration.
Learn more at EnvironmentalLights.com or by speaking with a sales engineer at (888) 880-1880.
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