Phillips Strand Lighing: Controls

The introduction of the NEO lighting control console marks a new chapter in the evolution of control. This console allows the ability to seize light; to grab, move, change position, color and motivate the lighting design simply and effectively. The NEO lighting control console is the closest that a designer can get to actually touching the light; encompassinClick to go to the NEO Console Micrositeg the dreams and aspirations of both professionals and amateurs alike. The NEO lighting control console starts with the inclusion of many timesaving features, allowing the user to program faster and more accurately.


Icons and Shutter controls are represented graphically on the display, saving time and presenting meaningful data to the operator. Floating Windows allow the operator to configure their views their way, making it easier to find information. Effects are revolutionized, with “Time Line” features, allowing drag and drop to create that perfectly timed sequence.


The show is even secured on a “Mission Critical” grade SQL server, ensuring no data loss in those critical moments. Boot time is massively reduced with high speed solid state disk drives, making the NEO lighting control console robust for everyday and touring use.


With individually controlled back lit keys, motorized faders, user security system, pixel mapping and media playback: we think you will find the NEO lighting control console a worthy successor to a proud history of iconic consoles that have had the honor of bearing the Strand Lighting and now Philips Strand Lighting name.

 

NEO Console Playback and Submaster Wings

The NEO Submaster Wing adds 20 non-motorized faders in a 2 x 10 configuration with 5 color screens that identify the Submasters identities. Each Submaster wing has left and right side page up/down buttons for additional control with USB connectivity to the console as well as USB communication daisy-chaining between each wing, and power input and output connections on each wing can be powered via the console or an optional power supply.

The NEO Playback Wing adds 10 motorized faders and 5 Multi-Function Faders. Each NEO Playback Wing has 5 color screens that identify the submasters / playback’s identities. Each Playback wing has left and right side page up/down buttons for additional control with USB connectivity to the console as well as USB communication daisy-chaining between each wing, and power input and output connections on each wing can be powered via the console or an optional power supply.

 

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Product Features
  • Up to 100 Universes of DMX per Console
  • 10 Motorized Submastersclientuploads/NEO_Webinar Button.jpg
  • Motorized A/B Playback Faders
  • 5 Motorized Multi-Function Faders
  • Dual Motorized Grand Masters
  • Individually Controlled Backlit Keys
  • 4 Indented Push Encoders
  • Color LCD Screens for Encoder Assignment
  • Keyboard drawer with storage with USB
  • Touchscreen capable interface
  • Unlimited Cues, Cue Lists, Groups, Palettes, Effects and Macros
  • Tempo Button
  • Tracking, Cue Only and Hybrid Tracking Programming
  • Flexible Shortcut System
  • Generic Palettes
  • Time Line Effects
  • Pixel Mapping
  • Media Playback
  • Multi-User
  • Tracking Backup
  • User security system (login)
  • Timed Events with sunrise/sunset
  • Telnet Interface
  • Android / iOS Remotes
  • Undo History
  • Visual Timecode Editor
  • Power Monitor
  • Color and Position Paths per Cue
  • Blind Pre-Visualization
  • Magic Sheet Layout
  • 4 DMX Out Ports / 1 DMX In Port / 2 Network Ports
  • 3 Video Outs (HDMI / VESA Display Port / DVI)
  • MIDI Out / In
  • SMPTE Out / In
  • USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 Ports
  • 2 COM Ports
  • 2 XLR Ports for Console Lights
  • Tablet Storage


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