DMX Lighting control stands for Digital Miltiplex and is a digital control protocol that has been used primarily in the theatrical space.Over the past several years, DMX lighting fixtures have made their way into the architectural world to do everything from lighting the exteriors of buildings, bridges and artwork to offering a simple way to change the mood of an interior space by altering the color temperature of white light. But what is DMX and how does it work? What should you look for in a DMX lighting controller? Read on and we will answer these questions and more as we dive into the technology of DMX lighting.View Case Study
Lighting control systems play an essential role in today's modern commercial buildings. A well-designed lighting control system should achieve two primary objectives.View Case Study
A building automation system (BAS) is the automatic, centralized control of a building's subsystems including, HVAC, Lighting, Electrical, access control (security), and automated shades. A BAS is used to improve the efficiency of the building through the reduction of energy, operating and maintenance costs. Another common goal of the BAS is to improve the user experience. An example of this includes controlling lighting scenes or even tunable color lights via DMX or DALI.View Case Study
In 1999, Crestron released the first control system with a built-in Ethernet port. For many, this provided a faster way to program systems and provide connectivity to new and emerging technologies. However, over the years, Ethernet has evolved to both offer more and allow us to do more.View Case Study
Crestron lighting control has streamlined operations, reduced energy costs, and contributed to the world-class experience for fans at iconic Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers.View Case Study
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