Dalcnet presents Nicolaudie Architectural: DMX lighting control

Published : 03/02/2021 09:39:32

Within professional and stage lighting projects there is an increasing number of applications based on DMX systems; for this reason, Dalcnet organised an online event to introduce Nicolaudie Architectural's new DINA series of controllers.. After hardware presentation, a specific focus on programming software will be treated, with a session dedicated to the practical demonstration of how to use and program the devices.

Dalcnet presents Nicolaudie Architectural - DMX solutions for Light Control

How to control lighting via DMX with Nicolaudie solutions?

Solutions proposed by Nicolaudie Architectural are many and all focused on the use of the DMX protocol. The innovation, coupled with an ecosystem that combines independent hardware controllers, programming software and mobile apps, ensures total control of complex stage lighting projects. Thanks to the partnership with Dalcnet, it is also possible to take advantage of support and design consultancy service as well as specific training on Nicolaudie DMX control solutions.

DINA Series: reliable DMX controllers for complex lighting projects

DINA series represents the most innovative and reliable family of controllers for DMX lighting management. It is designed to handle complex applications and is available in DIN rail or 19" rack mount. Based on the latest technology from Nicolaudie Architectural, DINA's series of lighting controllers includes a variety of hardware solutions, from lean solutions to large-scale installations.

How to follow the online event dedicated to Nicolaudie solutions?

The online event will be organised on 15 March 2021 from 16:00 to 17:00 and will be divided into 3 parts:

  • Introduction to the companies: Dalcnet and Nicolaudie Architectural;
  • Introduction to the DINA product line: information on hardware and software by Nicolaudie Architectural;
  • Focus on how to use the Nicolaudie software and create a project: programming, scheduling, scene recall from a third-party supervision system and cloud.

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