The RDM standard is now published, and products are coming on the market that use the methods described in the standard to collect information about equipment on a DMX512 network and to set parameters such as a DMX starting address and operating modes from the lighting control console. Officially called ANSI E1.20-2006, Entertainment Technology-RDM-Remote Device Management Over DMX512 Networks, the standard builds on USITT's DMX512/1990 and its update, ANSI E1.11-2004. Products that support ...

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