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  • Analog Address System Overview 

    Analog Address Overview
    The Analog Address system is a lighting control system that allows you to control
    architectural lighting from wall-mounted slider stations. The system can control up to
    eight analog channels wired to DMX512 dimmers. Up to eight slider stations may be
    installed. The system also includes a processor unit from which you can assign dimmers
    to channels and enter other system settings.
    In addition to the eight analog channels, the system also includes a panic channel and a
    work light channel. Panic and work light channels gives you immediate access to
    emergency lights and work lights independent of the eight analog channels.

    The Analog Address system includes the following features:
         Eight analog channels
         One panic channel
         One work light channel
         User-definable fade time
         Console pile-on and disable modes
         Diagnostic tests
         One DMX512 input
         One DMX512 output

    Analog Address hardware components:
         Processor unit
         Up to eight slider stations
         Up to eight panic stations
         Up to eight work light stations
         Keyswitch lockout available for all stations

    Each slider station includes at least one analog channel potentiometer (pot), a take
    control switch, and may include any of the following:
         Up to eight channel pots
         Local master pot (if more than two channel pots)
         Panic button

    Processor unit operation
    You can perform the following functions from the processor unit; each is described below.

         Assign dimmers to analog, panic and work light channels
         Set fade time
         Select console pile-on or disable mode
         Select DMX512 bypass mode
         Set DMX512 protocol termination
         Perform diagnostic dimmer tests