City Theatrical to Launch QolorFLEX Multiverse Dimmers at LDI Show 2019

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City Theatrical will be expanding its Multiverse wireless DMX/RDM product line with three new products in booth 435 at the LDI Show 2019, including: QolorFLEX® 5x2.5A Multiverse® Dimmers, QolorFLEX 2x2.5A Multiverse Dimmers, and Multiverse Receiver Cards.

This expansion of the Multiverse wireless DMX/RDM product line represents the first round of a wide range of products we're developing that use Multiverse wireless DMX technology. We went from developing primary devices to products that use wireless DMX to make their primary function even better.

City Theatrical will be launching and demonstrating new technology in Booth 435 at the LDI Show 2019 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA from November 22–24, 2019.

Nominated as an LDI Show 2019 Best Debuting Product, City Theatrical’s newest QolorFLEX® 5x2.5A 900MHz/2.4GHz Multiverse® Dimmers will be launching at the show. Available in dual band 900MHz/2.4GHz (P/N 5942) or 2.4GHz band only (P/N 5943), this new product is a constant voltage, five-output dimmer that can be controlled wirelessly with Multiverse wireless DMX/RDM technology or with wired DMX. The QolorFLEX 5x2.5A Multiverse Dimmer provides 20-bit PWM resolution and 16-bit or 8-bit control for extremely smooth dimming at the low end of the dimming curve. It uses detachable input and output connectors to make wiring easy. Configuration is performed using RDM, such as with a DMXcat® Multi Function Test Tool, with no DIP Switches. This dimmer is designed and built in the USA by City Theatrical in Carlstadt, New Jersey and pairs perfectly with QolorFLEX 5-in-1 LED Tape for ideal use in props and costumes, or for areas where space is a concern.

City Theatrical will also be presenting new QolorFLEX 2x2.5A Multiverse Dimmers and Multiverse Receiver Cards at the LDI Show 2019. The QolorFLEX 2x2.5A Multiverse Dimmers (P/N 5916 for 2.4GHz band or P/N 5917 for 900MHz band) are tiny two-channel low voltage dimmers, each with a Multiverse wireless DMX receiver built in. These receiver/dimmers are designed to be mounted in the smallest spaces, such as props, costumes, wands, and candles.

While Multiverse Modules are circuit board mounted devices used by professional lighting manufacturers, City Theatrical’s new Multiverse Receiver Cards are products that anyone can use to implement wireless DMX/RDM into their projects or equipment in a simple way. Multiverse Receiver Cards (P/N 5906 for 2.4GHz band or 5907 for 900MHz band) are full Multiverse receivers without the housing, XLR connectors, and user interface as used in wireless DMX receiving products like Multiverse Node and Multiverse SHoW Baby. Multiverse Receiver Cards include an internal antenna and a connection to an optional external antenna. Configuration is done via RDM with DMXcat.

"This expansion of the Multiverse wireless DMX/RDM product line represents the first round of a wide range of new products we're developing that use Multiverse wireless DMX technology," said Gary Fails, president and founder of City Theatrical. "We went from developing primary devices, like the Multiverse Transmitter and Multiverse Node, to products that use wireless DMX connectivity to make their primary function, like dimming with the QolorFLEX 5x2.5A Multiverse Dimmer, even better and easier to use for lighting professionals worldwide."

Other live demonstrations by City Theatrical will include LDI Show 2018 Best Debuting Product award winner Multiverse Transmitter with its ability to broadcast up to ten universes of DMX data from a single transmitter, QolorFLEX NuNeon as an incredibly flexible and bright alternative to traditional neon lighting, QolorPIX Pixel Controlled LED Tape for plug and play pixel control, QolorPoint® Wireless LED Uplighters for high quality wireless event lighting, and Lightwright® 6 software for entertainment lighting data management.

June Abernathy, 30-year spotlight operator veteran and author of The Spotlight Operator’s Handbook, will also be in City Theatrical booth 435 to show and discuss her books with visitors.

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