Bidirectional DMX512 splitterDMX-Split™ RDM provides a DMX512 input with a passive loop through connection. The data is cleaned, optically isolated and then provided as five independent outputs. Each of the five outputs is capable of driving 32 DMX512 fixtures.
The product is housed in a robust extruded aluminium case.
All DMX512 ports use NeutriK 5 pin XLR connectors.
DMX-Split RDM supports the RDM V1.0 (Remote Device Management) Standard. RDM allow bidirectional communication over the DMX cable.
DMX-Split RDM also supports the High End Systems talkback protocol.
DMX-Split RDM is powered from a 9-24VDC power source on a 4 pin XLR.
This allows the use of most Colour Scroller PSU's as a source of power. (A separate Power Supply is available if required).
This product can be fitted with a Truss Mount Adapter Truss-Ears.
- Optically isolated DMX512 input
- Five buffered outputs
- Bidirectional data ports
- Jabber Detection
- Powered by 24VDC Scroller Power
- Truss Mount Adapter available
- Compatible with DMX512, DMX512 (1990), DMX512-A
- RDM Standard V1.0 (E1.20 - 2006 ESTA Standard)
- HES Talkback
- Listing: CE FCC
- IP Rating: Indoor use
- Power: 5W
- Input Voltage: 9-24VDC
- Height: 115mm
- Width: 195mm
- Depth: 55mm
- DMX Connections: XLR5
- Power Connection: XLR4
- Net Mass: 0.67 kg
- Approximate Carton Mass: 0.80 kg
- Approximate Carton Dimensions: 220 x 180 x 120 mm
- Volume: 4752000 mm³
- Manufacturer: Artistic Licence Engineering Ltd
- Country of Manufacture: The United Kingdom
- Cad file: DMX-Split RDM detail (dxf)
- Cad file: DMX-Split RDM mounting (dwg)
- Cad file: DMX-Split RDM detail (dwg)
- Cad file: DMX-Split RDM mounting (dxf)
May 2002. New range of RDM Ready DMX512 Splitters
Artistic Licence has launched two new DMX512 splitters: DMX-Split RDM and Rack-Split RDM. As the product names suggest, both are designed to support the forthcoming ESTA Remote Device Management protocol. RDM (officially BSR E1.20) is currently in development by the ESTA Technical Standards Programme, of which Artistic Licence is an active participant. Download »
July 2004. Artistic Licence supply Quo Vadis with Colour-Tramp
Architect Tom de Paor has been commissioned to improve the environment of the congested, hostile landscape of the A13 by the London Boroughs of Barking and Dagenham. In collaboration with artist Clare Brew, he created 'PUMP', a polished concrete structure 6.4m high and 4.2m square. The illuminated monolithic structure is named 'PUMP' because it is the new water pumping station built on the site of the former red brick Edwardian building. Embedded in the concrete structure are 456 LED luminaires connected to Acrylic Rods that create spots of light, 50mm in diameter, which can produce any colour at any brightness. An Artistic Licence 2048 ... Download »
May 2002. Truss-Ear Launched
In response to customer demand, Artistic Licence is pleased to announce the Truss-Ear! Truss-Ear is a truss mount adapter, compatible with a range of Artistic Licence products, including DMX-Split RDM, Net-Lynx I/P, Net-Lynx O/P and the soon to be released Power-Hub 4. Download »
August 2003. DMX512 Splitters grow up
The Artistic Licence range of DMX512 splitters now include three products: - Iso-Split RDM, Rack-Split RDM and DMX-Split RDM. As the product names suggest, they all support V1.0 of the new ESTA Remote Device Management protocol. RDM (officially BSR E1.20) is currently in development by the ESTA Technical Standards Programme, of which Artistic Licence is ... Download »