Traxon & e:cue Introduces Butler XT2: A lighting control engine with increased power and possibilities
Hong Kong and East Rutherford, NJ – April 30, 2012. Traxon Technologies, a global leader in solid state lighting and control systems, proudly introduces its Butler XT2. Similar to the Butler XT but with more performance, precision and complete RDM capability, the Butler XT2 is a DMX512/RDM Engine used to replay and loop previously uploaded lighting shows. It can also work as master or slave engine in a cluster configuration with several Butler XT2s.
Programmed with e:cue’s Lighting Application Suite 5.5, the Butler XT2 offers a new hardware platform with increased CPU power and more RAM than its predecessor, Butler XT. In addition, Butler XT2 allows control and playback in up to eight independent zones in standalone mode.
This Engine has many connectivity options used to control the lighting show including direct connection to Glass Touch User Terminals, RS-232, digital dry contact inputs, and e:cue protocols.
Butler XT2’s main features include the ability to control up to 1024 DMX512/RDM channels; up to eight independently controlled zones in standalone mode; support of RDM protocol for bidirectional communication; internal real-time and astronomical clocks. In addition,; reliable uninterrupted operation;; and the scalability up to 65,536 DMX512 channels.
Product News | 30 April, 2012