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DmXlr DMX Tester


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Testing a DMX outlet for valid DMX data couldn't be easier. Just plug the DMXLR into the outlet and set the level on channel 1. The LED will follow the level as a one-channel mini-dimmer.

The built in microprocessor, taking its power from the data line, will take care of the DMX signal and convert it to a visible LED level. When the DMXLR is plugged in, the LED will follow the DMX data rate for two seconds. After two seconds, the LED will follow the level of DMX channel 1.


  • Low cost
  • Ease of use
  • Small size
  • No battery needed