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An advanced theatrical lighting console with 2048 channels for generic and moving light controlThe ORB has been designed for 21st century theatrical lighting control. Extensive market research and customer feedback has driven the design of the Orb. The ZerOS software suite which underlies the Orbs operating system has been tried and tested in leading entertainment controllers, the Leap Frog and Frog 2. The ZerOS software has now been adapted to meet the stringent requirements of theatrical lighting designers and programmers in the 21st Century.The 2048 DMX control channels offered by the Orb allows users to control multiple LED fittings, intelligent lights or media servers controlling video, as well as the standard generic dimming systems common to theatres and television. All of these devices are programmed through intuitive user interfaces incorporating custom designed encoder wheels, multiple playback stacks, user definable keys and optional touch screens. To discuss a scheme get in touch E-Mail us
Latest generation Frog consoles with generic dimming control and capability for 200 moving lights
The Jester is a new lighting console from Zero 88. It offers direct control of up to 48 channels of DMX either using submasters or a traditional theatre playback stack.12 auxiliary buttons are provided which can be used to trigger DMX devices such as scrollers, smoke machines or strobes.A monitor port is standard on the Jester. Channel, cuestack and submaster data can all be viewed using the monitor. An onboard LCD screen also provides the user with all information needed to operate the console allowing it to be used without a monitor. A USB port allows users to back-up shows that have been recorded on the Jester.A DMX in option allows the Jester to be used as an economical back-up console for other desks. It is possible to snap shot a full 512 channels of DMX into submasters or the memory stack. The Jester has three modes, allowing it to operate as simple two scene preset desk through to a fully functional memory console. In playback mode the user has full access to all the channels on the console. This allows live changes to be made to specials instantly.Midi notes can be used to trigger channels or submasters. A sound to light jack allows for chases to be sequenced to music. Chases can be recorded into the memory stack or directly into submasters.The Jester provides users with a powerful set of programming and playback tools in an easy to use and economical lighting console.
Feature packed memory consoles with added control of up to 30 moving lightsThe Jester ML series of lighting consoles from Zero 88 offers users a cost effective solution for control of up to 30 moving lightsThe Jester ML24 also offers direct control of 24 dimmer channels. Playback is either via 24 submasters of through a traditional theatrical cue stack
The Juggler provides manual lighting control for the smaller stage, offering the perfect solution to uncomplicated lighting plots.The Juggler is a two preset, 12 channel desk with a wide mode feature that allows 24 channel operation. Channel faders are set in a conventional two preset layout for easy crossfading. Each preset has its own fade time control allowing smooth fades to be achieved over periods as long as 5 minutes. All crossfades are true dipless. This ability to hold constant lighting levels and varying fade times allows sophisticated lighting plots to be replayed simply and accurately.The Juggler has channel flash buttons enabling the creation of lively lighting effects. These can be disabled by the flash on/off switch to prevent accidental use.The Juggler also offers a sequence feature allowing users to program chases or playback stacks. Up to 12 sequences of 99 steps can be recorded on the desk. (Only 1 of the 12 sequences may be output at any given time). Sequences can be played back using the auto function with the ability to set the chase time using the speed pot. Sequences can also be stepped through manually. In manual mode the time pot used for the A/B faders can be used to set the fade time between steps. To allow seamless integration of a chase into a look there is a sequence master. Sequence steps can contain single or multiple channels.
The Basic Simple 6 channel single preset Desk.