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TomBrien

Simple Question RE: Fat Frog

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Hi :)

 

The Fatfrog has no analogue din connectors, it provides one universe of DMX, via 5-pin XLR connection.

 

If your dimmers have no DMX connection you'd need a demux to convert from DMX to an analogue signal.

 

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Don't forget although the Frog only has 1 DMX universe there are 2 outputs if you want to send one line to dimmers or demux and another to movers/ smoke machines or whatever.

 

Sam

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:lol: Can I nominate that for a prize? Gotta be the best quote ever!

 

Yep you can! don't mind any thing would do, sorry I will take anything at the moment! looked at schools lighting the other morning, i'd forgotten how bad it was looked at our desk (been fixed twice now) Channel 2 on preset B control the master 1(A) shorts at 0 and so is on full at zero, 16(B) doesn't exist not just the faded cover come of the fader it self has gone!

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Level Series I think and our older hall uses a old strand mini2!

 

EDIT/Update: yep it is the level 24 no DMX memories or any thing posh like that you push the fader and a light comes on, well some of the time anyway.

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