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Portable device in a strong and durable housing
In the receive mode you can receive data from your lighting desk. The X-MT-120 will display received and transmitted data in your choice of value: percent, decimal or hexadecimal.
Plug directly into your dimmer or lights and scroll through channel by channel building scenes and editing scenes as you go. Turn all the house lights off with the push of a few buttons.
In receiving mode, 3 different view options can be used:
1) Normal View:
The actual address is shown on the left side, the value is shown on the right side.
2) Table View:
In this mode, 60 DMX Values are shown at the same time.
3) Graphic View:
In this mode, all 512 DMX Channels are shown at the same time.
Easily record a lighting scene of up to 512 DMX channels on to the X-MT-120 from your lighting desk. Up to 32 lighting scenes of a full 512 can be recorded. After recording, plug into your dimmer or lights and recall each lighting scene easily and quickly. At this point you can edit and adjust each lighting scene and edit individual channels to create the desired lighting effect or look.
You can also create a sequence (chaser) with all the scenes. Up to 100 steps, each configurable with a scene can be added to the sequence.
When playing the sequence, the speed and the fade time between the steps can be changed.
Test 3- and 5-pin DMX cable with the X-MT-120. A fast check of the shield and all three or five pins are done. If there is a problem, the display will let you know what kind of error it is and between which pins.
The X-MT-120 shows you which pins are connected with an easy graphic overview.
The address can also be shown in binary. It is shown directly under the decimal address on the left side of the display.
You can also add fixture libraries, such as moving lights, scanners etc.
Up to 32 different fixtures with up to 35 channels each can be manually entered in the X-MT-120. When these fixtures are patched, you will always see the description of the actual channel on the bottom of the display.
Enter your name on the X-MT-120 and it will always be shown when you start up the XMT-120.
The X-MT-120 runs off of a 9V battery. The battery is easy to access for replacement.
You can also plug in an external power supply with 9V-12V AC or DC.
The X-MT-120 set comes with the Measurement Tool, as well as 2 adaptors—XLR 3-pin male to 5-pin female and 5-pin male to 3-pin female—housed in a handy, nylon carrying case with belt clip.
The external power supply is not included in delivery.