SM-8 Solo | DMX Desk Station | 8 Programmable Scenes

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The SM-8 Solo is a Self Contained DMX Control Station with 8 programmable scenes. After being programmed, it can operate by itself. When your console is in use, it becomes inoperable, so it will not interfere with your main lighting production. 

It is the standalone version of the SM-8 Wall Station, and can sit in a desk or booth instead of being wall mounted. 

It is the easiest way to control your DMX fixtures for everyday use! It does not require installation, but merely connects to your fixtures through 3-pin DMX. You can run output from a console to the SM-8 Solo, and then from the SM-8 Solo to your fixtures. 

Also available, the SM-16 Solo with 16 programmable scenes.

So who is this for?

This is an ideal solution for schools or churches who have volunteers running lights. Instead of having to go to the console for every day functions, you can have basic lighting looks programmed, so using your venue becomes as easy as pushing a button! It is also ideal for restaurants and bars with a small performing space. Instead of trying to figure out a lighting controller, use an SM-8 Solo! This allows anyone to easily control your lights. 

It is a very helpful control station, that is easy to install and program. Questions? We would love to help, feel free to shoot us email or give us a call.

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  • Self-contained preset station with 8 scene capacity
  • Built-in fade time presets
  • DMX-512 output
  • DMX input snapshot

How to Program 

  1. Hold down buttons 1 and 8 to enter programming mode (light will turn red). 
  2. Set desired look on lighting console. 
  3. Press desired preset button 1-8. Light will flash. Scene is stored. 
  4. Set new look on lighting console. 
  5. Press another unused button or record over existing scene by selecting button. Up to 8 scenes can be recorded. 
  6. Repeat. 
  7. Hold down buttons 1 and 8 to exit programming mode.

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