Zero 88 launches RigSwitch at PLASA 2019
Tuesday, 1 October 2019
zero-88-plasa-2019-david-catterall-demonstrates-rigswitch-pla151027115Zero 88 ‘s David Catterall demonstrates the RigSwitch at PLASA 2019
UK - Lighting control manufacturer Zero 88 enjoyed a busy PLASA Show 2019 at Olympia in London. The company’s new RigSwitch remote controlled switching system received its UK tradeshow debut and a host of other practical power, data and control solutions were presented.
RigSwitch is a customizable range of switching cabinets from 12 to 96 relays per cabinet, with four pre-designed options to cover the most regularly requested combinations. All relays feature power-on, DMX control and remote switching, using anything from a simple contact to a network of engraved keypads and touchscreens. Each channel has an MCB as standard, with additional options of RCBO, ELCB and AFP (Arc Fault Protection) for installations requiring further protection.
The product is designed for anything from entry level installations right up to the most complex multi-level projects and is affordable and cost-effective for all.
Other multifunctional products shown were the Betapack 4 - one product with six dynamic variants; the ZerOS Server - one product with three different uses and a new Data Distribution range supporting both DMX / RDM plus the latest Ethernet protocols.
All lighting desks on the stand were running on the latest ZerOS 7.9.6 software release which is available for all ZerOS consoles.
Product manager Jon Hole commented that the quality of the visitors to the show was “consistently good” and that the footfall was busy throughout, especially on the Monday and Tuesday mornings.
Running concurrently with the first two days of the show, Zero 88 also ran free hands-on introductory and training sessions for the FLX lighting console family at the Hilton Hotel. The specially-designed one-hour training sessions were based on a very successful informal format that the Zero 88 team has developed, with four a day including an extended two-hour session over lunchtime - with refreshments and a light lunch. The 6PM session featured an informative Q&A plus a drink for those attending.
(LSi Online)

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