Mega-Lite Announces Enlighten ONE Console In Production
Mega-Lite announces that the Enlighten ONE console is in production with all parts in stock. The Enlighten ONE lighting console is an all-in-one unit that provides hands on, solid control experience. It is an affordable choice for stages and houses of worship and is very easy to use. It relies on a system of creating buttons as looks or sequences to empower lighting operators of all experience levels.
The Enlighten ONE console combines the Enlighten lighting control software with hardware to provide a turn-key solution. Together the software, board, and 23" touch screen monitor provide optimal performance and reliability needed to create an impactful light show. The board and monitor are both included and ship together.
The Enlighten ONE lighting console comes with four universes. With a total of 2,048 channels of DMX. The unit has a 2.8GHz Intel motherboard and processor and solid state hard drive. These components ensure fast boot-up speed and increased reliability. The unit is ArtNet expandable. This makes it possible to use existing Ethernet network to distribute DMX, without the running extra cables.
The board's components include eight sliders, one grand master, one manual crossfader, 11 jog wheels, eight bump buttons, and 32 preset or assignable access buttons. The integration of the 23" touch screen monitor, provides the flexibility of using the monitor or the board for faster programming and playback, the company says.
The housing of the Enlighten ONE console is white, with blue and green backlit buttons. The backlit encoder wheels provide valuable user feed-back.
Then Enlighten ONE console was designed to be volunteer-friendly and easy to use. Learning the software does not require a manual and can be learned through a process of discovery by interacting with the unit. Users can learn the software before purchasing it by downloading a free version at the URL below.
The collection of Enlighten products were developed and manufactured in Texas. Product support comes from the US as well.