LSS DNPs are touch PCs that can be used to switch and monitor dim and non‐dim circuits as well as rehearsal, blue and way lights. As part of the lighting system, they are used in lighting control rooms or on stage manager’s desks. Wherever light has to be switched, controlled and monitored a LSS DNP can do it. They can also be used to control media servers and other media devices.
The DNP XXL is equipped with a 19” touchscreen, fifteen freely programmable buttons and five motorized faders. The faders can be linked‐to functions of the user interface or control circles independent from that. The desktop device has a lockable drawer.
Width x height x depth: 645 x 467 x 190 mm
Weight: 17,00 kg
Order number: 5009
DNP XXL for surface mounting. Below the touch screen, additional push‐buttons or other controls can be installed on a mounting panel. The connections are made on the underside of the device, or back if requested by the customer.
Width x height x depth: 630 x 440 x 99 mm
Weight: 14,00 kg
Order number: 5009
DNP portable is a 15” desktop device with external power supply and adjustable tilt.
Width x height: 354 x max. 300 mm
Weight: 4,00 kg (without PSU)
Order number: 5209‐15
LSS DNPmobile is a mobile stage manager’s desk. The user interface is designed for the Microsoft Surface 6 Pro tablet PC with a 12.3-inch PixelSense™ display. It can either be integrated into the network via WLAN or via a wired USB C-to-Ethernet adapter.
The LSS LightControl eco is a control system for small systems for architectural and room illumination. It can directly control light fixtures, lamps and other devices within a DMX universe via DMX or sACN. Cues can be stored in up to ten storages and the fade-in and fade-out times can be set individually. The cues can then be recalled directly from the touch screen or via external push-buttons, can be faded in or out alone or in one another, or they can simply be switched on and off. The programming of the storages of the LSS LightControl eco is simple and user-friendly. The control screen and presets can be customized. Existing cues can be directly read in by light-ing control consoles and storage devices and processed on the devices. All settings are made directly on the device and are intuitively designed.