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With the NSI/Leviton N6300 DMX DigitalController, you are entering a new era of microprocessor controlled stage lighting technology. The powerful NSI Micro-Plex designs involve the electrical marriage of microprocessor technology and digitally controlled multiplexing. The result is a control package with the flexibility for a variety of innovative applications.
This NSI N6300 Series Lighting Console features an advanced microprocessor based design containing many benefits found in today's personal computers. This technology provides for the option of adding programmable memory scene masters and chase effects to the simplicity of a familiar two scene console.
6300 is capable of storing 128 scenes in internal memory. These scenes are completely user-programmable and may be reprogrammed at any time. The memory scenes are organized into 16 pages of eight. Eight memory scene access buttons are available on the controller to bring up any of the eight scenes within the page indicated on the LCD display. Scenes that have been programmed can be recalled at any time by pressing the desired Memory Scene button when the proper Page is active. Pressing the button a second time will cause the scene to fade out. All programming is stored in non-volatile memory which retains information for at least ten years, even when power is removed.
Simple Micro-Plex: Connect a single three conductor audio cable (standard microphone cable with 3-pin XLR connectors) or equivalent shielded cable to the Micro-Plex output jack on the back of the console. The other end of the cable is then connected to the first NSI dimmer pack. Another three conductor cable is used to connect the first dimmer pack to the second dimmer pack. Additional NSI dimmer packs may be connected in the same manner.
DMX 512 is a digital signal that provides the highest speed, precision, and noise immunity.