DynaMood™ Technologies

What is DynaMood™ Technologies? DynaMood™, developed by Traxon e:cue, is an architecture of leading technologies built into the luminaire control platform that enhance product capabilities and improve performance, while providing flexibility and intelligence to Traxon lighting solutions. WhiteOneWhiteOne provides intelligent algorithms to our portfolio with RGBW LEDs to improve the quality and brightness of white […]

Product Spotlight: SYMPL Modular Controls

An innovative, scalable, and easy-to-install modular controller portfolio designed for simplicity and flexibility that is suited for a variety of control tasks. Customizable, scalable system architecture built to the projects needs, and operates using the SYMPOLIGHT Software The use of dynamic host control protocol simplifies IP configuration, system setup and system operation Advanced testing functions […]

Addressing with SYMPHOLIGHT

RDM Addressing of luminaires is extremely simple using SYMPHOLIGHT 5 – the latest e:cue SYMPHOLIGHT software release! Use this document to help guide you through the process, step-by-step.

Product Spotlight: Allegro Dot

Play Versatile multi-pixel string for dynamic media and backlighting applications. Easy installation and maintenance Environment: Outdoor IP66, Outdoor IP67 Color Options: RGB, RGBW Auto-addressing See Full Product Specs Featured Projects View All Find Your Lighting Solution Looking for more information on Traxon e:cue lighting fixtures and controls,or need assistance in a specific region? Find A […]

Product Spotlight: ProPoint Linear

An exterior luminaire with a slim linear profile & superior optics providing near field RGBW color mixing or white light that is ideal for projects requiring architectural grazing or washing. RGBW, Dynamic White (2200K – 6500K) and White CCT Controllable via DMX512 with Remote Device Management (RDM) ANSI 3G Vibration & IK08 Rating IP66 Outdoor […]

Pixel Protocol

Get2know: asynchronous & synchronous (SPI) protocols DMX is very common for the control of dynamic luminaires and offers many advantages, but the differential protocol (D+,D-) must be converted e.g. into an asynchronous protocol for the control (dimming) of luminaires and pixels. This requires additional components and space inside the luminaire. Also, the number of channels […]

Manual DMX Addressing vs Auto Addressing

What Is Manual DMX Addressing?Manual Addressing is the process by which a lighting programmer assigns a unique DMX address to each device on a given DMX network. A device can be defined as a: “Light fixture, DMX Dimming Driver, Moving Head Fixture, etc.” A DMX Network can be defined as: “All devices connected either physically […]

Content to Consider for DMX Programming

Let’s set the stage: you or your customer have decided that you want your building illuminated with dynamic lighting content. You want different colors displayed on the exterior, and you’re willing to pay for the bells and whistles. You purchase the products, the contractor completes the install, and someone comes to the facility to program […]

What is DMX512?

What is DMX512?DMX512 is a lighting control protocol developed by the USITT (United States Institute for Theater (Technology) for the control of theatrical dimmers and ancillary components. Due to its high-speed data transmission, its robustness, and its ease of installation, DMX512 has been coopted for use in the control of architectural luminaires as the need […]

Effective Projected Area Ratings

Exterior installations can involve multiple aspects of examination that are not involved with interior installations, including environmental conditions such as rain, snow, sleet, ice, water, sunlight, and wind. For this study, we will focus on the impact of wind on lighting fixtures. Designing an exterior installation, the consideration of wind isn’t as simple as selecting […]