Lightware: PSUX10-200-12V Rackmountable Power Supply
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- Remote control ability for Lightware matrix switchers
- Available in 16+16 and 32+32 button versions
- Programmable Preset and Salvo functions
- Device control via Ethernet (TCP/IP)
- Crosspoint XY control possibility
- Built-in website for device configuration
- Twist-and-lock DC power connector
- External universal power adaptor
- Metal enclosure
- Directly mountable in 19" rack
- Compact size
Remote control panel for Lightware matrix switchers
Lightware MX-RCP16 is remote control panels for controlling Lightware matrix routers remotely through LAN connection. The RCPs can be used just like the front panel buttons on matrix routers to make crosspoint changes, or they can be programmed for special functions like salvo mode or universal device control.
Lightware MX-RCP16 is a remote control panel for controlling Lightware matrix routers remotely through LAN connection. The RCPs can be used just like the front panel buttons on matrix routers to make crosspoint changes, or they can be programmed for special functions like salvo mode or universal device control. The salvo mode allows storing a group of commands for each button. This function makes possible to send out multiple commands with a single press of a button. The universal device control mode transforms the RCP to a simple button array to control any device through a simple protocol. The control panels have illuminated front panel buttons and an Ethernet LAN port for configuration and connecting to the controlled device.
The configuration of the remote control panels requires the Matrix Controller software. Download it on:
The remote control panels can communicate with different protocols, and they have several operational modes. The communication protocol can be set with a DIP switch on the rear of the unit. Using different protocols depends on the application and the device that has to be controlled.
In X-Y mode the remote control panel functions just as if it would be the front side control panel of a matrix. Each button is dedicated to an input or an output of the matrix router that the RCP is connected to.
The salvo mode makes possible to execute a sequence of commands with a single button. In this mode the buttons are not dedicated to I/O ports, but each button can have its own command sequence that is executed if the button is pressed.
The UDC protocol is developed to create a simple button array that can be used as a universal device controller. The commands can be processed by a third party device.
|LAN:||Ethernet 10Base-T or 100Base-TX (Auto-sensing)|
|Ethernet protocol:||TCP/IP, HTTP, TFTP, Telnet|
|Front panel control:||yes|
|Power:||universal power adaptor, DC 5V 1 A|
|Power consumption:||2 W (max)|
|Dimensions:||446 (482) W x 55 D x 44 H mm|
|Power:||locking DC connector (2.5 / 5.5 mm)