For MicroVision (and FX) Control of analog Strand CD80 a lot depends on what vintage and configuration of CD80 you have.
Based on information from Pathway Connectivity and the Fall, 2000 edition of ESTA's Protocol magazine:
"Four-pin XLR type connectors are newer, and meet the USITT standard for AMX192 connections. Earlier equipment has TA4/TY4 series Mini-Switchcraft connectors.
Adapters are required to use TA4/TY4 equipped devices with newer AMX192 devices. When wiring adapters, you should be aware that the two connectors' pinouts are different.GENDERXLR4 ConnectorsSources (Consoles): MALEReceivers (Dimmers): FEMALETA4/TY4 Connectors All equipment: FEMALEAll cables: MALE/MALE
NOTE:CLOCK+ and CLOCK- are one twisted pair, ANALOG and COMMON are the other twisted pair."
The TA4/TY4 connector pin-out for the CD80 was clock- on pin 1, common on pin 2, clock+ on pin 3 and mux analog on pin 4.
Depending on when the CD-80 was made, it might use a 4-pin XLR, in which case the cable is 1-1. However, if it is an older CD-80 pack, with a TA4, then you need the following adapter:
If the CD-80 pack is analog, as in 0-10vdc, then you need an analog output card [36-pin Centronics on rear panel]
ETC offers an AMX upgrade for the MicroVision and MicroVision FX. Part number 4030K4005