This compact device is capable of controlling up to 340 RGB nodes (2 x 512 DMX channels), making it ideal for medium complexity projects such as fonts or facades.

Philips iPlayer3

The new iPlayer3 driver from Philips allows you to program lighting shows in medium-complexity projects, such as fountains or facades.

This compact device is capable of controlling up to 340 RGB nodes (2 x 512 DMX channels). ColorPlay3 software offers ample flexibility to customize lighting effects, which can be stored on a Micro SD removable memory card.

The system includes an astronomical clock to light shows automatically according to date, day of the week or even at dawn or at dusk.

Manually, through an LCD interface, I could also be controlled in a very intuitive way or by using user interface in-wall Controller Keypad, which provides playback of up to eight scenes with the push of a button.

The iPlayer3 is also compatible with the expansion device optional AuxBox, that automatically shoots up to eight light shows using any device remote activation as motion sensors or external control systems.

Angela Chong perfomance in the Opera House controlled by Philips iPlayer3


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By • 21 Feb, 2013
• Section: Control, illumination