DMX512 wireless receiver and transmitter 'sticks.' These are the same as Blizzard Lighting's 'Wicycle,' which typically sell for $60 - $90 each. These are $25 each. Transmits standard
DMX512 protocol data (generated by your dmx console or controller) allowing normal
control of your dmx lighting without having to buy, store, carry or run
Transmits signal data in real-time, through people, scenery, furniture, reliably up to 400 meters,
and with no latency or delay via 2.4G ISM frequency; it will
automatically change to any of 126 frequencies (adaptive frequency
hopping which picks out only open radio frequencies) if there is any
interference in transmission, giving it high anti-jamming ability while
not interfering with frequencies already in use. Plug 'n' play right out
of the box with no special setup needed, but also includes option to
select any of 7 color-coded IDs for when there are other dmx wireless
'universes' being used nearby.
Generally speaking, you will want
one transmitter (plugs into the dmx output of your controller) and one
receiver for each area where you have a group of lights. For example, I
typically have 3 locations for groups of lights: a light tree on either
side of the stage, and a cluster in the rear, center stage. I use 1
receiver each location, then connect the lights to each other in each
location using short dmx cables.
Also very handy if you have an
array of lights on the other side of a big room! If you use lights
equipped with wireless dmx transceivers (like some of the ones I sell),
all you may need is 1 transmitter to 'speak' to all those lights. Call
or email if you have questions!