W-DMX set for PLASA Focus: Nashville
In addition to demonstrating their new product advancements, Wireless Solution will also be holding a seminar on Wednesday, 11 July from 1:30-2:30 in the Demo room. The seminar will be hosted by Niclas Arvidsson and will serve as an introduction to the world of Wireless Lighting Control, including Wireless DMX, RDM and more. Topics include what to avoid and which solution is the best for different applications in both crowded indoor situations or long distance outdoor applications. A presentation of the W-DMX line of products will be shown, along with which item to use for different applications and what accessories are available to solve potential problems.
Visitors can see W-DMX product demonstrations at the Wireless Solution booth. W-DMX makes it possible to deliver the most reliable wireless DMX signal available in some of the most challenging applications conceived. W-DMX has withstood the heat of the Middle East to the below freezing conditions of Scandinavia. The product range offers IP-65 rated units capable of withstanding the toughest elements and now has new improvements.
The W-DMX G4S software platform includes improved adaptive frequency hopping; new Invisi-Wire MK2 with support for wireless software updates; improved Data-Safe MK2 that now supports up to four times redundancy of all the wireless data; RDM MK2 with custom made features for W-DMX as well as all standard RDM commands. Fast discovery and support up to 128 RDM Responders and more. This completely new platform has the lowest latency in the market under 5ms, available for a software update on all existing Micro F-1, BlackBox, WhiteBox and ProBox units already shipped via the USB Dongle.
Niclas Arvidsson, CEO of Wireless Solution says, "We are very excited to show these advancements and new product offerings in Nashville. Wireless Solution has had many years of success in a variety of markets and it's rewarding to know that W-DMX made them happen. We think users will be impressed with our new improvements."