DMX Shield for Arduino (Remote Device Management Capable)Designed by Conceptinetics, Ships from China
Overview This DMX / RDM Shield is a low cost high quality solution that allows you to connect your Arduino driven artwork into DMX512 networks. The shield is populated with high quality NEUTRIK XLR...Read More…
This DMX / RDM Shield is a low cost high quality solution that allows you to connect your Arduino driven artwork into DMX512 networks. The shield is populated with high quality NEUTRIK XLR 3pin Connectors (1x male and 1x female)
The MAX485 based shield can be used as DMX Master, Slave and as RDM transponder A unique RDM device id will be handed out from out range to you as well, this will make your device worldwide unique
The following settings are configurable via the onboard jumpers:
** In case you have the shield configured to use the RX and TX pins you have to disable the shield before you can upload your new sketch onto the Arduino board. This jumper allows you to disable the shield without disconnecting it from the Arduino board which saves time.
The shield comes standard in a 3pin NEUTRIK XLR version, 5 pin versions are only assembled on request, contact us for pricing and delivery times and or any other additional requests or services.
The Conceptinectics DMX Library for Arduino can be downloaded from sourceforge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/dmxlibraryforar
The library comes with few examples showing how to create a DMX Master or DMX Slave project... The Remote Device Management part of the library will be released soon as well.
The package will contain one fully assembled ready to use Shield and a uniquely assigned RDM UID from our own range.
We use economy shipping 10-22 days worldwide
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