|Assign each light fixture to a DMX channel strip of the 512 available.
|UDP/IP protocol which simplifies the transfer of DMX frames. It allows multiple DMX universes to be managed at increased speed in a single network. This system requires RJ45 type network cabling.
|Shutters. Accessory that cuts the luminous flux.
|Unit of measurement of light intensity perceived by the human eye in a given direction noted (cd). A candle has a brightness of about 1 cd in the horizontal plane.
|Color temperature expressed in Kelvin (K). Variable between 1800K (candle orange) to 10,000K (blue electric arc). The light on a sunny day is between 5600K-6500K.
|Accessory that allows you to couple several batteries to increase power and/or autonomy.
|Cognitive Radio MultipleXer. This system developed by Lumen Radio automatically scans the 2.4 GHz network and uses the less saturated frequencies of the band, thus limiting interference and latency. It allows DMX frames to be transferred wirelessly using a transmitter (TX) and one or more receivers (RX) connected to the lighting sources. see the CRMX section
|Correct to Orange/Blue. Filters that are used to "heat" or "cool" an existing source.
|Intensity control box / knob. Graduated from 0 to 100%.
|Digital Multiple Xing. Data transmission standard used for lighting control and stage effects. This protocol makes it possible to control 512 channels (9 addressing bits) by assigning to each channel a value between 0 and 255 (8 bits per channel).
|Battery connection port used in the film industry.
|Power supply box which is often used as a control / dimmer.
|Box of eggs. Gridded accessory that narrows the light range of a projector.
|Generally mobile focusing lens / or mobile reflector which makes it possible to narrow the beam (spot) or widen it (flood). The closer the lamp and its reflector are to the lens, the wider the beam.
|English term for a lighting chief / Tape used in film.
|Colored film used to correct or modify the color of light.
|GOes Before Optics - Metal plate accessory with pre-cut patterns that allows you to control the shape of the shadow.
|Hue Saturation Intensity. Hue (0-360°), saturation (0-100%) and intensity (0-100%) control.
|Hue expressed from 0 to 360° on a chromatic circle.
|Light source that illuminates by incandescently burning a tungsten filament.
|Color rendering index. Measures the ability of a light source to render the color tints/shades of a surface/object. Between 0 and 100, the established iRC rendered in relation to a reference source (ex: the sun)
|Color temperature between 5600 and 6500 Kelvin.
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