DMX Interface is a device that can receive DMX messages and control different type of lights. It is designed to be powered at 12v and housed in a standard DIN enclosure.
What does it do?
When connected with in a DMX network, it can be used to control a 4 groups of lamps from a central location. It can be used to control Incandescent and LED lights. Up to 128 of these devices can be connected on a single cable to control up to 512 groups of lamps.
Why is it useful?
DMX is the most common light-control protocol, used in theatre, concerts and building. There are a lot of software packages, both free and commercial, that can be used to control lights.
The DMX-PWM converter is used for brightness control of 4 low-voltage LED or incandescent lamps via the DMX protocol. PWM is used to control up to 4 groups of LEDs allowing RGBW operation.
DMX messages are converted into PWM signals driving 4 power MOSFETs and DMX address is set via the DIP switches.