DMX installations are fun, and very rewarding. But they do not always go according to plan. Sometimes issues arise, and without the proper equipment, it can be very difficult and frustrating to figure out the problem. Of course, testing your DMX line is essential to make sure everything is working properly. Testing can be tedious, and inefficient without the right device.
That is when the Baxter Pocket Console DMX comes into play. The Baxter pocket Console DMX has the ability control a whole DMX 512 Universe with only 8 faders. With a compact size of just 6.5" X 3.25" X 1.375" and an internal battery, this pocket console is easy to carry to all areas of the installation, allowing you to test different sections independently to trouble shoot with ease.
You may be asking yourself, "how can I possibly control 512 DMX channels with just 8 faders?" Well the answer to this question is easy; The Baxter Pocket Console DMX works by selecting a DMX channel when the device is on patch mode and then you simply select which fader you want to assign that channel to. You can assign multiple channels to a single fader, allowing you to test all 512 DMX channels on a single fader if you wanted to.
This video will walk you through the steps on how to patch, un-patch, and control DMX channels from the palm of your hand. With great battery life, and ease of use, this gadget is sure to be an essential tool on the job site.
Included in the box: -1 Baxter Pocket Console DMX -Instruction sheet -AC/DC adapter (For use with no battery) -1 installed alkaline 9V battery