ecue lighting control introduces the Lighting Control Engine

High performance lighting server is designed to control large and complex installations.
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e:cue lighting control has launched the Lighting Control Engine (LCE), a high-performance lighting control server. LCE is said to combine the interactivity of the previous Media Engine 2 and the optimum performance of the Lighting Control Server (LCS1). 

Designed to control large and complex projects, the LCE is a high-performance server that comes with the new e:cue Lighting Application Suite 5.2 installed. A central control unit, this lighting control server orchestrates all devices and fixtures within a project.

With the ability to output DMX/RDM, e:net, and other protocols such as Art-Net and KiNET, and the capability to integrate various audio/video, external triggering, and other desired devices and content, e:cue claims the LCE is the ultimate solution for the most demanding projects.

A built-in touch screen monitor housed on the front panel of the durable aluminum casing provides user interaction with custom graphic user interface designs. The LCE can be mounted in a 19” rack and controls of up to 65,536 DMX channels.