IOL's DMX512-A XLR to RJ45 Socket Adapters meet the requirements, specifications and wiring patterns of ANSI E1.11 DMX512-A. Designed primarily for patch bays and for use in various DMX universes.
Four models available. Male and Female 3 and 5 pin XLRs feature nickel plated contacts, and the RJ-45 Ethernet socket meets the requirements of CAT5E and CAT6. Black, non-glare hard anodized powder coat finish.
These adapters enable the use of CAT5, CAT5E or CAT6 Ethernet cable as a DMX512 cable or to convert a standard XLR cable to deliver DMX data to equipment with an RJ45 connector.
IOL's DMX Adapters allow constructing a DMX512 cable quickly at a low cost. They can be utilized to convert a 5-pin to a 3-pin cable, or to verify data over Ethernet using DMX test equipment.
DMX512 (Digital Multiplex) is a standard for digital communication networks that are commonly used to control stage lighting and effects.
Expanded DMX applications include non-theatrical interior and architectural lighting, scaling to massive projects.
DMX can be used to control virtually anything, one of many reasons for it's widespread deployment in theatres and multifarious venues.
DMX512 is a variable-sized, packet-based communication protocol that employs EIA-485 differential signaling at its physical layer. It is unidirectional.