Using The D.M.X. Interface with your Neutron Pro:
The D.M.X. Interface will allow D.M.X. 512 Protocol to activate the Haze
output of the Neutron Pro Haze machine.
With Main power disconnected:
1.) Insert a 3 pin XLR cable into
Machine Signal Input
(Pictured Right) of the
D.M.X. Interface. Insert opposite end of XLR
3 Pin Remote Input
of Neutron Pro
2.) Connect Main power, and turn on Mains
The HAZE switch on the rear of
the Neutron must be in the off position.
3.) Check if the
Below) of the D.M.X. Interface is illuminated,
indicating power is present to the unit.
Note: If the
is not illumi-
nated, check that main power is present and
all cable connections are secure.
4.) Using the dipswitch, address the D.M.X. Interface using binary values (see
further in this publication) for the appropriate D.M.X. controller channel.
Connect D.M.X. Data input and output cables to D.M.X.
5.) Check if the
(Pictured Right) of
the D.M.X. Interface is
illuminated, indicating Data
is present to the unit.
will flash at 1
second intervals if no data
stream is detected.
6.) There is no haze issue from 0% - 55%. Haze issue
will start at 56% of D.M.X. signal .
The Neutron Pro has a constant output rate, and will not vary with D.M.X.
Signal. After shutting cue off, haze will continue to issue as the Neutron Fin-
ishes its self cleaning mode. Refer to Neutron Operators manual for more
details on the Cleaning Mode.