ELC "Buddy": Ethernet to DMX node has all the functions needed to get DMX out of your laptop
The popular 'sideKICK too' captures and stores DMX data for manual playback or as a backup or aux desk
Checker is a multipurpose DMX/RDM data analysis and testing toolbox
AC612 range of push-button and fader DMX record/playback panels for simple control and playback
A range of DMX splitters with 1 in to 5 out, 2 in to 9 out and 2 in to 10 out splitter/booster.
DMX programmable merger: 2-in to single DMX out for combining two separate DMX lines.
This 19” rackmount DMX splitter supports the bidirectional extension to the DMX protocol for Remote Device Management (RDM).
The focusHand3 wireless riggers' focusing control also acts as a backup system
The range of programmable Ethernet/DMX bi-directional nodes includes this compact wall-mounted panel
Click to view the award winning Green-GO digital intercom from ELC
ELC's range of DMX controllers and recorders can capture and replay data from a DMX line, manually or automatically.
Bi-directional Ethernet-DMX-RDM nodes that are fully programmable with PC/MAC dmXLAN software.
Wireless hand-held rigging control that can be used as a backup.
Much more than network setup... the NEW dmXLAN v4 provides all the data you need to optimise and analyse your Ethernet network in real time.
ELC Lighting is based in The Netherlands and has been developing lighting systems since 1994. Its development team comprises practitioners who are designing network products with the benefit of practical hands-on experience in the field.
ELC products have an international reputation and are sold around the world in more than 25 countries, supported by a network of specialist distributors. More about us...
ELC's range of DMX distribution is fully compatible with the latest RDM recommendations, and features bi-directional and 'thru' connections for RDM.
Ethernet applications in the entertainment technology sector are not the same as in an office enviroment. High-speed, capacity, high reliability and silence are demanded by users. ELC products are designed to meet those standards.
The ELC development team was, and still is, involved in 'hands-on' live events. That's how ELC products evolve to meet the exact needs of the users.
A lighting network based on Ethernet and DMX isn't just for arena events and opera houses. ELC products are found in the drama studios and architectural lighting applications from restaurants to conference centres.
Software can be downloaded from this site to program your DMX recorders, and to setup and manage a complete Ethernet network with ELC dmXLAN nodes and switches.
You can find technical data sheets, user manuals and product guides for all ELC products on this site.