dmx via lanbox to led par

    May 03 2012 | 4:56 pm
    hello all,
    does anyone ever managed to control a tri color led projector (I'm using lightmaxx ledpar63) via a lanbox?
    I use to control various dimmers but I can't manage to do anything onto a led projector.
    any help is much appreciated !

    • May 03 2012 | 6:00 pm
      What does it say in the manual for it about DMX channel allocation? What channel does what?
      I don't have one of those lights but in my experience this sort of thing comes down to trying to figure out how they do things per channel
    • May 04 2012 | 8:14 am
      I'm hardly looking for the manual yes. but anyway if i send 255 to every channel nothing happens..
    • May 04 2012 | 2:32 pm
      Here is a zip with some files I used to quickly test Lightmaxx fixtures with dmxusbpro (as I finally didn't use the lights, all those patches are quite ugly). There are different PAR models, maybe one of those included will work for you ; the parameter is the dmx channel.
      I think there are DIP switches on the PAR you need to set correcly to be in DMX mode and to set the channel (sorry, I don't have the manuals anymore).
    • May 04 2012 | 2:32 pm
      Ooopps, here is the zip:
    • May 04 2012 | 3:27 pm
      yes i've controlled many ledpars with the lanbox .
      dipswitches are correct?
      did you cleared all layers ? you can do ths in lcedit
      here is a maxpatch i made some years ago to clear it from max havent used it for a long time ...
    • May 07 2012 | 3:29 pm
      hey, thanks for your replies I'm a newbie working with projectors,I can't file any doc about this projector. so ther must be a problem with the dipswitches
    • May 08 2012 | 9:42 am
      Too bad I did't keep a copy of the manuals (but I didn't keep the PAR neither). You could try to contact MusicStore...
      On a french speaking forum, I see that DIP switch 10 should be set to on to set the PAR into DMX mode. Then the switches starting from 1 are used to set the DMX channel. So 1 & 10 on should allow you to control the PAR on channel 1.
    • May 08 2012 | 8:21 pm
      yep thanks that's it. for some reason I can't send dmx to the lanbox via udpsend, but it works in tcp with the nsock object.