Wall Station Mode

Pressing the Power button once, then touching Lock playback_arboards_lock.png will turn the touch screen into a screen saver, virtual button/slider station or into a dedicated Playlist playback. 


When in Wall Station mode, the Choreo's programming functions are disabled. To restore programming functions, touch Unlock  lock_off.png.  


Touch the keyboard icon to enter a password that will be required to exit Wall Station mode.  By default, the password is blank.  If no password has been entered here, simply touching Unlock lock_off.png will return you to normal operation.  Passwords are NOT case-sensitive.


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If you forget your password, contact Technical Support.




Limits Choreo to cue playback only.  Once the parameters are set, touch the Lock icon to enter Playlist mode.  Release, GO and Pause buttons appear at the bottom of the screen.  To exit, touch Unlock lock_off.png and enter the password (if set).


Use the arrowsuber_tool_artboards_spinner_down.pnguber_tool_artboards_spinner_up.pngto select the available Playlists.

Button Station (and Slider)


This option turns the Choreo into a virtual button/slider station.  The number of Memories shown, the Memory Page associated with those buttons and password protection may be set. Once the parameters are set, touch the Lock icon to enter station mode.

Memory Page

Use the arrowsuber_tool_artboards_spinner_down.pnguber_tool_artboards_spinner_up.pngto select the available  Memory pages. The very first entry is not a name of a Memory page, but says "Allow Paging". When selected, Wall Station Mode will have arrows uber_tool_artboards_arrow_down.pnguber_tool_artboards_arrow_up.png in its title bar allowing you to select the active page. Memories that are active on the current page will remain active when you page to another Memory page.


Use the arrowsuber_tool_artboards_spinner_down.pnguber_tool_artboards_spinner_up.png  select from 2, 4, 8, or 20 button virtual stations. In Slider mode, you can choose 4 or 8 Sliders with or without buttons for each. You can also choose to include a Memory Page master slider or not. The layouts recall recorded Memories from the selected Memory Page, starting from left of the Memory Page.  For example, 8-button mode associates the first eight Memory only. Banking to addition memories within a Memory Page is not permitted. 


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The on-screen icon reflects the operating mode of the bump button associated with each Memory.  Single dot means the icon will act as a momentary.  A slot indicates the icon will behave as a toggle.  Three dots indicate the icon belongs to a radio group.  A timed momentary (fade up, wait, fade down) has a clock. With some planning, Memories and button icons can be arranged by function into rows or columns, and by toggle or radio group. 




The Choreo logo will displayed when the Lock icon is touched.  A password may be set by touching the keyboard icon and entering a password. 


You can import a custom screen image. Put a BMP or PNG file on a USB thumb drive and select IMPORT CUSTOM LOGO. Suggested resolution is 800x410, but any image will scale to fit the screen. If a custom loga has been added, there will be a DELETE CUSTOM LOGO button.


When in Logo mode, touch screen isinactive.  However, Playlists operating from PLAY | Schedule will be run, and the playback may still be triggered from Serial RS232 contact closures, LUA or Telnet scripts.


rooms.png Rooms

Beside the lock_off.png Unlock icon at the bottom of the screen on each Wall Station Mode is the Rooms icon rooms.png. Press this icon to reassign rooms to spaces.


While in the Rooms display of Wall Station Mode, touch a Room row header room_station_muted.png or Space column header space_stations_muted.png to mute the associated Choreo NSB stations. Touch again to unmute the stations. To mute individual stations, highlight the station in Setup|Choreo NSB and touchmute_nsb.png Toggle Mute.