The infrared wireless DMX512 Link from Goddard Design Co.
Think of all the times
wished for a simple means to transmit DMX512 for short distances in the
millimeter to 10 meter range. To handle signals onto turntables,
units, wagons, across a crowded area where running cable is
Or think of transmitting DMX512 to amusement ride vehicles easily.
The O-WOW handles one
universe of DMX512, including systems intermingling null start code
and alternate start code packets. The O-WOW encodes DMX512 into a
error checking protocol designed for optical transmission. This data is
then modulated onto infrared light. The signal is recovered, error
and the original DMX512 data stream is reconstructed. The system uses
encoding box, a decoding box, and separate optical sensors for
and receiving. These sensors are compact and may be placed where
The optical units are connected to the encoder and decoder by 4-pin
Part numbers and prices
|FD OWOW_TE||Table top encoder and power supply||$575.00|
|FD IRIL||Short range infrared transmitter||$90.00|
|FD IR_BRIGHT||Mid range infrared transmitter||$180.00|
|FD OWOW_TD||Table top decoder and power supply||$575.00|
|FD IR_RCV||Infrared receiver||$170.00|
|FD OWOW_SYS||Complete mid range system||$1500.00|
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