The DMX splitter ISP-4 boosts an incoming DMX signal and provides it on four (ISP-4) output ports. This allows for safely going beyond the 32-device limit of the DMX standard and building star topologies.
The ISP splitters also act as repeaters, and thus they may be used for transporting a DMX signal across more considerable distances.
DMX signals are often disturbed by the environment or devices connected to the signal line. An ISP splitter may completely clear the disturbances if connected at a location where the signal is still “readable.”
Providing individually optically isolated outputs and an optically isolated input, the ISP splitters may prevent harmful voltages applied to a given port from affecting the other ports and damaging the connected equipment.
The ISP splitters work within DMX/RDM and pure DMX environments. The devices are DIN rail mountable and powered by an external power supply unit.
- DMX splitter/booster
- DMX repeater
- Input optically isolated
- Each output is individually optically isolated
- RDM support
- Rugged metal housing
- Built-in termination
- RJ45 and pluggable screw terminal variants
- DMX Output Ports: 4
- Weight: 0.4 kg (0.9 lb.)
- Dimensions: (L x W x H) 124.55 x 90 x 56 mm (4.9" x 3.54" x 2.2")
- Ambient temperature: −30 to +55°C (−22 to +131°F)
- Power consumption: 4 W
- DC power input: 10 - 48 V DC
- DMX / RDM ANSI E1.11 / ANSI E1.20