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Obsidian NETRON RJT adapter
The Obsidian NETRON RJ-T is a compact useful adapter to convert ESTA compliant RJ45 DMX ports to a 3-wire screw terminal. Ideal for installations of NETRON RJ45 products like the RDM645 or the EN12-45 it is also a compatible with any other existing RJ45 DMX wiring infrastructure.
- RJ45 to screw terminal DMX/RDM Adapter
- ESTA compliant DMX pin-out
- Compact and short injection molded housing
- Compatible with all ESTA DMX compliant fixtures and DMX distribution devices
Obsidian Control Systems is a cutting-edge brand in the lighting and control industry, providing innovative and intuitive solutions for lighting professionals worldwide. With a focus on user-friendly design and advanced technology, They offer a range of lighting control products that are both powerful and easy to use.
Obsidian Control Systems was founded in 2016 by a group of experienced lighting industry professionals who had previously worked at leading lighting control companies such as ETC and Martin Professional. The founders saw an opportunity to create a new kind of lighting control system that would be more flexible, powerful, and user-friendly than existing products. To develop their new lighting control platform, the founders of Obsidian Control Systems acquired the rights to the ONYX lighting control software from Martin Professional, which had previously developed the software for their M-Series lighting consoles. The founders then set about redesigning and improving the software to create a new, more powerful lighting control system that could be used on a range of hardware devices.
In 2017, Obsidian Control Systems launched their first product, the ONYX lighting control platform, which was well-received by the lighting industry for its powerful features and intuitive interface. The company continued to develop and refine the ONYX software, adding new features and capabilities, and expanding the range of hardware devices that could be used with the platform.
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