Manufacturer: Zero 88
The Zero 88 Demux 48 is a 48 channel freestanding DMX to Analogue converter. Manufactured to the highest professional standards, the Demux 48 offers users the ability to use legacy analogue equipment with more modern DMX512 controllers. It is possible to select individual analogue output sockets as either negative or positive control voltage (+/- 10V), for maximum flexibility.
Although discontinued by Zero88 and replaced by the Zero 88 Demux 24 (which only offers 24 channels), the Zero 88 Demux 48 is still a viable choice for digital to analogue demultiplexing in order to enable DMX512 control in theatres where analogue dimming equipment exists.
The DMX output from a lighting desk will normally be connected via a DMX cable, to one or demultiplexers, which in turn are connected to the dimmers. A DMX cable carries control signals for 512 dimmer channels. The Zero 88 Demux 48 will decode any sequential group of 48 channels out of the 512.
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