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Made by: Peperoni Light
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USB DMX512 receiver interface

The electronic fits completely into an original Neutrik™ plug without any extension. The Rodin2 communicates via USB2.0 and is fully compatible with the DMX512, DMX512/1990 DMX512-A and RDM.

The Rodin2 is open to all developers for use in their own software. All interfacing and driver specifications are provided on request.

It is supported by QLC and QLC+ on Linux and Windows, and uses the same protocol as Peperoni USBDMX21.