Equipment Category


Control - Memory - Strand Lighting


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200 Plus Series  (2011)
200 Series  (2002 - 2011)
250ML  (2013 - )
250 dimmer channels and 30 moving lights & LEDs
300 Series  (1998)
Manual / Memory Desk (48/96, 125/250 channels) with Genius Pro software
301 Backup Console  (2002)
310 / 510i  (1998)
Show Controller / Backup unit
430  (1994 November)
Uses Genius Pro operating software. 30 submasters.
520 / 520i  (1997)
Portable desks with Genius operating system
530 / 550  (1995)
Genius Pro operating software
530i / 550i  (1996)
Genius Pro operating software
Action 24 / Action 48  (1987 - 1990)
24 or 48 channel, 99 memory lighting control system
Celebrity Plus 2  (1987)
Compact (CMS)  (1975 - 1978)
Self-contained memory control for up to 120 channels (originally 80 channels)
DDM / System DDM  (1971 - 1980)
Digital Dimmer Memory with 120 - 320 channels. 
Designers Remote
Duet / Duet 2  (1978-1984)
48, 60, 62, 120 max channels
Galaxy  (1980)
96, 144, 190, 240... 768 channels
Galaxy 2  (1983/4)
768 channels - 3 individual systems (Arena, Studio & Premier)
Galaxy 3  (1987)
999 channels
Galaxy Nova  (1993 - 1996)
999 channels
Gemini  (1984)
180 channels. Replaced the Duet in the range.
Gemini 2+  (1989 September - 1995)
340 channels, dual colour video displays, increased system memory.
GSX  (1993)
25, 50, 75, 100, 125 channels using Genius software
IDM  (1965 December)
First fully working lighting control system with Instant Dimmer Memory.
Impact  (1987 - )
350 control channels with proportional patching to 960 dimmers
KTV / System KTV  (1959 April)
First dimmer system with fully automatic plotting of lighting & switchboard controls.
LBX  (1994)
25, 50, 75, 100, 125 channels, memory and manual. Genius operating system.
Light Palette  (1978 - 1988)
Strand Century product
Light Palette 2  (1984)
Light Palette 3  (1987)
800 channels
Light Palette Range  (2007)
Using PaletteOS written by Horizon Controls
Lightboard  (1975 - 1980)
1000 max channels
Lightboard M  (1987 - 1996)
96 channels with 24 or 48 submasters, or 144 channels with 24 submasters with channel faders. 
Lightboard M Junior  (1989)
As Lightboard M but without faders
Lightboard XP  (1986)
Lightpalette 90  (1989 - 1996)
576 / 1536 channels
Mantrix 2S / Mantrix Memory  (1982 September)
Memo-Q  (1968)
IDM was marketed in the USA as Memo-Q
Memocard
Punched card memory system
MGP / System MGP
Multi-Group Preset
Mini Light Palette  (1984)
Mini Light Palette 2 / MLP2  (1987)
200 channels. Smaller version of Light Palette 3
Mini Light Palette 90  (1992 - 1996)
576 channels, 20 submasters, 8 timed or manual playbacks. 
MMS  (1973 - 1980)
Modular Memory System with 80, 120, 240, 360, 480 channels. 
MSR or IDM/MSR  (1971 to 1972)
Multi-Q  (1976)
Strand Century
MX  (1990)
12,24,48 channels, 2 presets.
Neo  (2014)
Octet  (1978 September)
Sucessor to the Duet
"the high channel capacity memory lighting control with multiple sub-masters"
Palette Range  (2007)
Using PaletteOS Windows XP Embedded operating system, written by Horizon Controls. 
ParkNet
Large-scale applications with ShowNet
Pro Palette  (1988 July - 1990 September)
US Market - designed as a direct replacement for Light Palette V6E (black & white version)
R120 / R130 Remote Tablet
Riggers Remote
Satellite  (1981)
Shownet  (1997?)
Ethernet nodes for 500 series console with Networker software installed.
SN100 Series Shownet Node  (1996 - )
Software: Communique
Networker server application software for Genius desks
Software: Genius  (1993)
Application Software for Genius desks (GSX, LBX)
Software: Genius Pro
Application Software for Genius Pro desks (300, 400, 500 series)
Software: Kaleidoscope
Software: Lightpalette
Operating software for Genius Pro consoles
Software: Tracker
Application software for Genius Pro desks
SWC (System Wide Control)
Remote control / backup system for use with LD90 / DE90 / CD80 dimming systems.
Taskmaster - Showchangers  (1987)
Controller for Showscan moving lights
Tempus M24  (1983 - 1993)
First batch-manufactured memory control, 72-120 channels. 

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