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W-DMX Strong at LDI

Wireless Solution Sweden's G5

Wireless Solution Sweden will be exhibiting at LDI, with TMB, its exclusive distributor in the United States. W-DMX will be in booth 1491, within the TMB village, November 17 - 19, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The Swedish brand will be showing the new Generation 5, a powerful new product series that debuted last year, and started shipping early 2017 -- G5 is the result of two years in development, and an assurance that W-DMX users will be investing into a reliable product that will still be able to withstand the new wireless challenges through years to come.

New features include patent pending tri-band technology, enabling transmission in 2.4, 5.2, and 5.8GHz, bands and new and improved Adaptive Frequency Hopping engine [able to survey and adapt its transmission to less congested wireless channels]. Wireless Solution has been in the forefront of wireless DMX technology in double and tri-bands, having been the first manufacturer to give another frequency to transmit in -- this addition is extremely important in today's world where the wireless spectrum becomes busier, especially in bigger venues.

Moreover, W-DMX G5 features the world's first double-up mode, a new method of doubling the number of universes transmitters per Wireless link [two universes on F-1 G5 models, and four universes of F-2 G5 models], utilizing the existent hardware, without adding extra antennae. This is particularly useful when transmitting to a higher number of fixtures or with a larger channel count. The double-up feature works on all three frequency bands, allowing users to get more universes at the same cost.

Adding to the list of new features will be the new personal connectivity technology, where users will be able to connect any mobile device and directly control their fixtures through any lighting app. With this upgrade, lighting operators, technicians, or gaffers will be able to control any corporate event straight from their personal devices, without the need to a lighting console. The Swedish manufacturer will also be implementing a wireless update feature, giving a direct link between products to remotely perform software updates, thus saving time and making service faster and smoother.

The new product series also includes a new facelift to the Micro and WhiteBox series, adding new and useful hardware features, and a distinctive edge to the brand.

WWWwww.wirelessdmx.com


(9 November 2017)

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