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Made by: American DJ
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� ABS plastic mold body with matted black finish � Professional DMX-512 & MIDI tester � Analog/ Digital cable test � DMX packet, including data format, data timing and data level (volt), can be tested � Receiving DMX data, i.e. RX, can be displayed in Barchart, Value or Min/Max mode � Transmitting DMX data, i.e. TX, has four options: 512 channel, Single channel, Cue/Memory and Run Cues(Scenes) � RX data can be saved a cue, whereas the cue can serve as TX data � Up to 15 cues can be saved and replayed, and as be cleared � Start code TX (0-255), Hold/ Normal RX display, DMX polarity under control � Fixture library is editable, with a maximum of 10 fixtures, up to 36 channels per fixture � Up to 10 fixtures can be tested with selectable starting address � User-friendly operating and help information � Text version Supports English, Spanish, German, French and Italian � 4x20 characters LCD backlit display with adjustable contrast � Dial wheel for access of menus and data entry � 3-pin & 5-pin XLR Neutrix male & female socket � Power Requirement: DC 9 V, 500mA(powered by built-in, rechargeable battery, adaptor included) � Dimensions: 7.9� x 6.3� x 2.17� � Weight: 2.9 lbs.