DINA-DR1 DIN Rail Mounted Lighting Controller
DINA-DR1 DIN Rail Mounted Lighting Controller
DINA-DR1 DIN Rail Mounted Lighting Controller
Nicolaudie Group

DINA-DR1 DIN Rail Mounted Lighting Controller

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The DINA-DR1 is a lighting controller for the most ambitious of projects, outputting 6 DMX universes (3072 channels) in 20 zones. Trigger lighting scenes using calendar triggers and conditional rules with our New Stand Alone engine, using contact ports, RS232 or over Ethernet. New features will be unlocked in future such as remote management, direct support for LED Pixel tape and DALI. The lighting levels, color and effects can be programmed from a PC, Mac, Android, iPad or iPhone using software from our website. 

Key Features

  • DMX / eDMX / LED Pixel Stand Alone controller
  • Up to 6 x DMX512 universes (3072 channels)
  • RDM compatable
  • USB & Ethernet connectivity for programming/
  • Stand Alone mode with 2000 scenes
  • Play scenes in 20 areas / zones
  • 16MB flash memory & microSD slot
  • 8 dry contact trigger ports
  • Windows/Mac software to set dynamic colors/effects
  • iPhone/iPad/Android remote and programming apps
  • SUT Technology allows the device to be used with other Nicolaudie Group software

Future features

  • Remote management via internet (beta test)
  • Artnet/sACN (beta test)
  • Connect relay via triggers
  • Direct support for LED Pixel Tape
  • DALI


Techical Data
Input Power 12v DC (8-15V range)
Output Protocol DMX512 (x6), eDMX,LED Pixel (SPIx2)
Programmability PC, Mac, Android, iOS
Connections USB-C, Ethernet
Screw terminals for
- 6 DMX / RDM Universes
- LED Pixel (coming)
- 2 DALI loops (coming)
- 8 Contact ports
- Relay (coming)
- 12v power-in & p.through
- RS232 scene trigger
- Audio in (sound to light)
Battery holder (LIR2032 3.6v), microSD slot
Memory 16MB flash, SD Card
Environment IP20
Buttons 2 scene, 2 page, 1 reset
Dim / Weight 160 x 91 x 62 mm 317g
OS Requirements Mac OS X 10.8-10.14
Windows 7/8/10
Standards Low voltage, EMC, and RoHS

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