The eDIN #1016 DMX/RDM Hub brings flexibility to single universe DMX512 distribution systems.

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Through use of automatic  signal sensing, across four operating modes, any port may detect incoming DMX signals and act as an input; or two inputs may be merged;  the user may choose between inputs; or a priority scheme may be invoked.  RDM discoverable and configured.

  • Eight bi-directional ports
  • Four operating modes
  • Simple UI for mode selection
  • Automatically locates incoming DMX signal and routes according to current mode
  • Act as automated signal patch bay
  • Auto-termination of inputs
  • Port direction LED indicators, as well as power and function
  • E1.20 Remote Device Management support in routing modes
  • Hold last look time and output speed user-settable by RDM
  • Multi-level cascade  of modules permitted
  • Pluggable terminal block connections accept solid or stranded wire between #26 and #16 AWG
  • Power easily daisy-chained between modules
  • Mode 1 :  RDM Hub
    Module detects and latches to a DMX input applied to any port.  Automatically routes DMX signal to remaining ports as outputs.  If a second source is applied, that source is ignored until the initial source stops.
  • Mode 2 : RDM A/B Select
    Allows user selection, through use of dry contact closure,  of input signal arriving at Port B to be selected and routed to the remaining ports, over signal arriving as input at Port A.  When dry contact is open, the signal arriving at Port A will be routed. 
  • Mode 3 : Priority
    Provides predictable signal priority arrangements of DMX sources.  Port A is given highest priority, Port H lowest.  Module automatically senses DMX input on any port, and will route signal arriving at the highest priority port to the remaining ports as outputs. Module will automatically switch to any new signal arriving at a higher priority port, or fall back to the next lower priority signal when a signal stops.
  • Mode 4 : Merge
    Provides HTP (highest-takes-precedence) merging of two DMX sources, regardless of which ports are used as inputs.
  • 250V fault protection on input and output ports
  • Input operating voltage: 24-48 VDC
  • 7W power consumption
  • Operating conditions: -10to +48°C; 10-90% relative humidity, non-condensing
  • ANSI E1.11 DMX512-A(2008)/USITT DMX512(1990)
  • ANSI E1.20 RDM(2010) - Remote Device Management
  • RoHS 2002/95/EC
  • Class 2 Low Voltage
  • 0.70 lbs (0.32 kg)
  • 8.0”W x 4"H x 1.8”D  (203mm x 103mm x 46mm)




DMX/RDM Hub, eight ports



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eDIN Rack Mount Panel,
2RU high, two 16.5" DIN Rail


eDIN System Enclosure, 10" x 13" x 4.5"
c/w One 9" Vertical DIN Rail


eDIN System Enclosure, 10" x 23" x 4.5"
c/w One 19" Vertical DIN Rail


eDIN System Enclosure, 10" x 23" x 4.5"
c/w Three 9" Horizontal DIN Rail


eDIN System Enclosure, 10" x 13" x 4.5"
c/w Two 9" Horizontal DIN Rail


Expanded eDIN System Enclosure 18.5" x 31.5" x 6.5"
c/w Three 24"Vertical DIN Rail,
One 18” DIN Rail in Class 1 section,
two 3-gang knockouts in removable door


eDIN Enclosure Assembly Service


Data Sheet



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