Hopping from gig to gig and can't bring your console with you? Doing the lighting in a venue whose desk has seen better days? That's where ETCnomad™ control comes in. Small enough to fit on your keychain, ETCnomad plugs into your computer and opens up the power of both Cobalt® and Eos®/Element™ software, so you can program and run shows anywhere.
It can serve as a primary controller, a backup or a client device - or work offline entirely - operating on either a PC platform running Microsoft Windows® 7 or higher or natively on a Mac running El Capitan (v10.11) or later.
ETCnomad is available at either 512 or 6144 outputs.
Note that without the key, the software functions in offline mode (Cobalt and Eos family) or mirror mode (Eos family). The ETCnomad key is upgradeable to reach maximum capacity.
When you use it as a primary or backup, the system output is determined by the device with the lowest output configuration. When it's connected as a client, the output capacity of ETCnomad is ignored.
When you use ETCnomad as a primary or backup, the system output is determined by the output count of the server device. Only the number of outputs purchased will be backed up in case of a failover. When it's connected as a client, ETCnomad's output capacity is ignored.
ETCnomad's functionality comes from the application in use. To find out what features are supported and to see user-interface descriptions, check out the Cobalt, Eos-family and Element documentation.
Afraid your computer will get roughed up or go missing during a busy programming schedule? ETCnomad Puck is your answer. It offers all the flexibility and capabilities of ETCnomad, but comes in a secure mini-computer that only allows ETC applications to be installed. That means you can get your work done without worrying about security risks.