Suitable for smaller devices and retrofittable, KLSTR.nano is real game changer for lighting devices on DMX512, whether it be touring or fixed installations.
We all know cables can fail. On a traditional DMX line, any electrical short in just 1 cable will make the whole universe go down. Searching for the culprit can waste a lot of time. Whether it’s touring or fixed installations, fixtures and their cables can be hard to reach. It’s the burden of DMX.
KLSTR.nano uses a revolutionary and patented approach to segment and isolate the cable between each fixture. A microprocessor inside each fixture determines and monitors the quality of the connection continuously.
“We were lucky to beta test KLSTR.nano and we can't even imagine going back to trial and error”
Traditional DMX512 devices directly connect the DMX-IN to the DMX-OUT on the inside. Therefore, it is impossible to know the order in which they are connected as they are all on the same line.
As part of the KLSTR ecosystem, KLSTR.nano doesn’t need to be patched by you. The KLSTR application will check the amount of channels a device uses, and create a patch accordingly. Just assign a fixture ID and export it to the lighting console.
Traditional DMX has its limitations, like a maximum of 32 devices on a single line. KLSTR.nano removes the barriers and simplifies cabling. Thanks to the unique and patented approach, you will get new and creative opportunities for your sets.
With KLSTR.nano, you can go the extra mile. Every KLSTR enabled device will output a new, clean and high quality DMX data stream. This means every fixture is virtually the start of a new line, meaning you can cross bigger distances with DMX.
KLSTR seamlessly integrates with pre-production. First, connect your devices and assign fixture ID’s in the KLSTR.CTRL desktop application. Next, import your MVR file and export it again with all the necessary information about universes and start addresses. The KLSTR-improved MVR contains everything the lighting console needs to start programming your show.
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