has been working with Cinelex
, a broadcast, video and film lighting specialist supplier, on the launch of their Universal Wireless DMX controller. Launched as Project Spectre
, the product was a response to the demand for a standard, portable, high functioning and sturdy wireless DMX system that can work with any DMX controllable light.
Cinelex took the concept to EMP Designs, who developed the embedded radio solution using technology from Lumen Radio. It fits neatly on the standard V-Mount between the light and the battery, which when stacked together give radio control to any light. EMP Designs provided Cinelex with a one-stop solution, turning their concept into a reality. Having developed the electronics system, EMP then designed and built a high quality product with custom extrusion, before fully testing the electronics ready for launch.
Definition Magazine recently ran an article on the product, noting “It could be the world’s first wireless DMX system to be powered via the same battery powering as the light, and “it’s already starting to set the standard in universal wireless DMX control”. Project Spectre is an innovation and a great addition to the professional broadcast and film lighting market allowing for existing lights to be upgraded to radio control in a clean and sleek format.