American DJ RGBW4C-IR 32-Channel DMX Controller for RGB, RGBW, and RGBA LED Fixtures (RC Compatible)

American DJ RGBW4C-IR 32-Channel DMX Controller for RGB, RGBW, and RGBA LED Fixtures (RC Compatible)

American DJ RGBW4C-IR 32-Channel DMX Controller for RGB, RGBW, and RGBA LED Fixtures (RC Compatible)

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American DJ RGBW4C-IR 32-Channel DMX Controller for RGB, RGBW, and RGBA LED Fixtures (RC Compatible)

American DJ RGBW4C-IR 32-Channel DMX Controller for RGB, RGBW, and RGBA LED Fixtures (RC Compatible)

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  • Compact Controller for LED Fixtures
  • Controls up to Eight Fixtures
  • Three User-Programmable Buttons
  • Color Macro Playback Mode
  • RGB and Auto Modes
  • Variable Strobe
  • Blackout Button
  • Sound Active Mode w/ Internal Microphone
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The RC-compatible RGBW4C-IR from American DJ is a 32-channel RGB, RGBW, and RGBA LED DMX controller designed to control any standard three or four-channel group of LED fixtures where channel one is red, channel two green, channel three blue, and channel four white or amber. Up to eight LED fixtures or fixture groups can be independently controlled via four fixture buttons. The unit is ideal for use in nightclubs, lounges, and bars by DJs and anyone who wants easy control of LED pars, bars, floods, or panels.

Controls include nine direct-access "Static Color/Chase" buttons which contain pre-programmed color presets and chase programs, three user-programmable color preset buttons, and four multi-function faders that control RGBW intensities in real-time as well as chase-program "Speed", chase-program "Fade Time", and "Master Dimmer". Additionally, an array of eight buttons selects the operation mode: RGB Fade, Auto Run, Color Macro, Chase, Sound Active, Strobe, Manual RGBW, or Blackout. The RGBW4C-IR is compatible with the LED RC2 infrared remote (not included).

Compact DMX512 controller for RGB, RGBW, and RGBA LED fixtures
Three user-programmable color preset, direct-access buttons
Nine color preset/chase program direct-access buttons
Manual RGBW intensity control mode
On-the-fly Speed and Fade control of all chase programs
Adjustable microphone sensitivity
Remote-control capable
UPC: 819730016485
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American DJ RGBW4C-IR 32-Channel DMX Controller for RGB, RGBW, and RGBA LED Fixtures (RC Compatible)
  • Power Supply
  • IR Receiver Sensor
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Connectors 1 x 3-pin XLR, DMX output
    1 x IR receiver sensor input
    Power Requirements 12 VDC 500 mA from included UL approved power supply
    Power Draw: 3.6 W
    Dimensions 12.9 x 5.5 x 1.9 (327 x 140 x 48 mm)
    Weight 2.4 lb (1.1 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.7 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 18.0 x 7.0 x 3.4"
    RGBW4C-IR 32-Channel DMX Controller for RGB, RGBW, and RGBA LED Fixtures (RC Compatible) is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from meh Really should be called a glorified up lighting controller as it doesnt do much for say, moving head lights. It does however control LED pars with RGBW and Y very nicely. I bought one last month and it DOES control movement and color but thats about it. Get a 16 channel DMX controller so you can do more for about $20 bucks more. This unit is limited but is small and portable. Also the wireless remote is worthless because the optional remote cant do much as well.
    Date published: 2017-11-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like it but.... I struggled with giving this 3 or 4 stars. I went with-well you already know. Anyway, this controller does what I need it to do, but there are some...eh...broken features. I've been doing lighting (volunteer and professionally)since 2010 so I think I have some experience and knowledge. I'm not sure if it's my Wifly QA5 Pars but one of the color buttons, Yellow doesn't appear to be Yellow. It appears to be Orange. Again, it could be a par issue. The presets can be programmed, but there's a glitchy thing where you have to press it twice in order to see what you set. Pressing it once gives you a look you have no idea where it came from. I wonder if I just got a bad controller. For the program buttons like chases, macros, and other stuff on the right side of the faders, I think their functionality is based off of the type of fixtures you have. Obviously, if your fixture doesn't have a sound active mode, using the controller to make it happen is not going to work. So, it would APPEAR that some of the buttons and faders in those selected modes don't work simply because the pars I have. I'm just not too sure yet. I am thinking about getting the compatible remote, but I almost don't see the point. Controlling a controller with a remote sounds like more work than needed. But, all you need is the remote; the controller comes with a sensor you plug in when you want to use it with the remote. Overall, like I said, it does what I need it to do. I simply control the fixture using the faders. RGBW faders for my RGBA fixtures. If you need just basic control, this is perfect. I rarely use the buttons so it's not a big deal for me and why I ultimately went with the rating I went with.
    Date published: 2017-02-15
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