Fingertip lighting control from Nicolaudie30 January 2015
The Easy Stand Alone (SLESA) and STICK DMX lighting control ranges are being showcased at ISE 2015.
Nicolaudie says its devices can be used to easily control lighting within a variety of applications in homes, hotels, restaurants, fountains, gardens and commercial locations.
The company says the SLESA range is a robust and cost-effective solution for controlling installations. Installers just connect the controller to a computer by USB or Ethernet and build the lighting programs using Nicolaudie software. Once created, the controllers can run scene programs in standalone mode without a computer.
The Sunlite Touch-sensitive Intelligent Control Keypad (STICK) range has been designed to offer a wall-mounted control system for architectural lighting applications. Each STICK package includes a touch sensitive interface and programmable standalone memory.
Devices range from the programmable STICK-GU2 which comes preloaded with RGB effects, up to the powerful network functionality of the STICK-DE3, which features a colour display, supports 1024 DMX output channels and has the ability to store 500 scenes across ten zones.
Also on show and available in February for download is the latest version of the Easy Stand Alone software, ESA2.
Nicolaudie says this standalone application for Windows and Mac OS X combines simplicity and a feature-rich effects generator to make it one of the most definitive lighting control products available.