Butler XT2

 
 
go.went.gone. - Frankfurt/Main, Germany

Similar to the Butler S2 but with more connectivity options, the Butler XT2 is a DMX512/RDM engine that can be used in standalone mode to replay and standalone features previously uploaded lighting shows, programmed using with the e:cue software suite. The Butler XT2 allows control and playback of up to eight independently controlled zones in standalone mode. This Engine has many connectivity options used to control the lighting show running on the device including direct connection to Glass Touch User Terminals, RS-232, digital dry contact inputs, and e:cue protocols. It can be controlled using a custom graphical user interface in conjunction with a web browser or via free apps designed for iOS and Android™ devices over a wireless connection1.

  • Up to eight independently controlled zones in standalone mode
  • Control up to 1024 DMX512/RDM channels
  • Supports RDM protocol for bidirectional communication
  • Internal real-time and astronomical clock with daylight savings options
  • Easily upload lighting show files via Ethernet
  • Scalable up to 64 devices (128 DMX512 universes) if connected to e:cue control software; scalable up to 16 devices (32 universes) in standalone mode
  • Integrated webserver, remote control of lighting shows via web browser or iOS-systems1, Android Systems1

 

Click here to download the iOS app from the iTunes App Store.
Click here to download the Android app from Google Play.
 

1 iOS and iTunes are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Android and Google Play are trademarks of Google Inc.
 

Technical Specifications
 

 Order code

EN.BX.0000001

 Dimensions WxHxD

177 x 60 x 75mm/ 7 x 2.4 x 3 inch

 Weight kg/lbs

0.4 / 0.88

 Power supply

12 … 24 V DC, >= 1,3A

 Operating/ storage temp.

0 ... 40° C/32 ... 104° F

 Operating/ storage hum.

0 ... 80% not condensing

 Environment

IP20

 Housing

Aluminium

 Mounting

35 mm DIN Rail

 Certifications

CE, ETL

 User interface

Button

 System link

e:bus (clamp terminals)
E:net (RJ45, Ethernet)

 Output

DMX (RJ45, clamp terminals)

 Input

RS-232 (clamp terminals)
RDM (RJ45, clamp terminals)
8 optically isolated digital inputs

 Display

7 Seg.-LED

 Data storage

MicroSD card

 



Applications
 
  • Biaxial Tower - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Campus Cambridge, MA, USA
  • Madison College – Madison, WI, USA
  • Dylan‘s Candy Bar – New York, NY, USA
  • Diving Bell Exhibition – Tokyo, Japan
  • Great Western Quarter – London, United Kingdom
  • CIMACO – Mazatlán, Sinaloa, México
  • Kendra Scott Jewelry Retail Stores – Various Locations, US
  • Spike Sports Hall - Budapest, Hungary
  • National Gymnastics Arena – Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Ruislip Manor Station Bridge – London, United Kingdom
  • Young Living Japan Showroom Lounge – Tokyo, Japan
  • Täby Centrum Shopping Mall – Täby, Sweden
  • Youth-and-Culture-Church St. Peter - Frankfurt, Germany
  • Maywood Medical - Maywood, NJ, USA
  • Sparkasse Paderborn-Detmold - Paderborn, Germany
  • Bloom Pavilion – Macau, China
  • Binary Sculpture of Manyata Embassy Business Park - Bangalore, India
  • go.went.gone. - Frankfurt/Main, Germany
  • i Light Marina Bay 2014 "Joujou-Ours"- Singapore
  • i Light Marina Bay 2014 “Bedazzled”- Singapore
  • Riverside City Hall - Riverside, CA, USA
  • AURA Event Hall - Zurich, Switzerland
  • Blast Furnace PHOENIX West - Dortmund, Germany
  • BayArena - Leverkusen, Germany
  • Norwegian Cruise Line – Papenburg, Germany
  • Bülow Carré - Stuttgart, Germany
  • University Hospital Münster – Münster, Germany
  • Centro Cultural Caixa – Recife, Brazil
  • Bio Ritmo Gym – São Paulo, Brazil
  • Amsterdam ArenA – Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • "Zacheta" National Gallery of Art - Warsaw, Poland
  • Perry Monument – Erie, PA, USA
  • Klodzko fortress – Klodzko, Poland
  • 650 Fifth Avenue - New York, NY, USA
 
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