We have a single laser projector connected to a DMX console via the integrated FB4 OEM hardware through DMX or Ethernet. This example requires the FB4 DMX or FB4 MAX. The FB4 has been pre- populated with frames and can operate without computer.
We have two laser projectors connected to a DMX console or computer via the integrated FB4 hardware interface through DMX or Art-net. These projectors have an onboard switch which allows you to daisy chain them. This example requires the use of a laser projector, purchased through Pangolin. When running from a PC, you can simple stream content to the device. When running from a console, the FB4 has been pre-populated with frames and can operate without computer.
We have two lasers connected to our PC via one FB3QS. Then we split the ILDA signal to both lasers (daisy chain). This is called shared control. As such, both lasers will do the same thing at the same time.
Here you can see a basic setup including a lighting console using a single laser projector. The same principles for shared and independent control mentioned above, apply here. Notice we have the ENTTEC connected to send our DMX signal.