Booster – XSP Series
DMX splitters are the backbone of any DMX512 installation. The XSP series of splitters offer the highest level of reliability for professional use for events or on installations. The specially designed power supply ensures safe operation even under harsh mains conditions. Each port is optically isolated and very well protected against transient over voltages.
The DMX signal is regenerated and boosted while the DMX protocol timing is not modified. The XSP splitter reduces reflection problems and allows splitting the DMX signal across multiple lines.
An integrated microcontroller constantly monitors the DMX protocol and indicates the presence of DMX signal or an error with the DMX.
In order to meet the requirements of a variety of applications, there are numerous XSP models. The XSP box models have a thread for a clamp and an eye for the safety line. These models are portable and suitable for truss mounting. The rack and double rack models are for 19 “rack systems. There are different types of connectors with 5-pin XLR, 3-pin XLR and pluggable screw terminals. Installation versions for wall mounting and direct wiring are also available.
High level of reliability
Reduces reflection problems
Individual optical isolation per port
Connector types: 5-pin and 3-pin XLR and pluggable screw terminal models
Housing types: Installation, box, rack and double rack models, rear entry
5 DMX outputs per universe / 10 outputs for the double-rack versions
DMX line termination
Booster – XSR Series
The Swisson XSR series are reliable DMX and RDM splitters and boosters that process DMX and RDM signals with a high level of reliability for professional applications.
The XSR has a specially designed power supply which ensures safe operation even under harsh mains conditions. All ports are individually optically isolated and well protected against transient over voltages.
In the “DMX-only” mode all non-DMX data is filtered out and a clean signal without RDM or other protocols is generated.
The XSR splitters are “discoverable”, and are visible on RDM controllers. This gives the user an better overview of the installation and helps with trouble shooting.