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ETC Element 2
Overview

FEATURES

• 1,024 or 6,144 outputs
• 32,768 control channels (any number from 1 - 99,999)
• Up to 99 discrete users
• Partitioned control
• Master playback pair with 100mm faders
• 40 45mm faders x 100 pages for configurable faders, for
  channel, submaster and palette/preset, timing and effect master playback control
• User-definable direct selects
• Four discrete palette types (IFCB)
• Presets function as “all palette”
• Effects provide dynamic relational and absolute progressive behavior
• Central information area (CIA) accesses the browser and other controls
• Configurable high-density channel display, with format and flexi-channel modes
• Up to six abstract color spaces, tinting, spectrum and fade path tools.
• User configurable, interactive Magic Sheets
• ETCNet2™ and Net3™ (powered by ACN), ArtNet and Avab® UDP network output protocols
• Show import from Obsession, Express™, Expression®,
  Emphasis®, Congo®, Cobalt®, Grand MA1, Grand MA2, Safari and Strand 500/300 Series
• Two individually configurable Ethernet ports
• Multiple MIDI and/or SMPTE TimeCode Inputs, Analog/SerialInputs, OSC transmit/recieve
• Virtual Media Server function for pixel mapped effects, images, animations
 

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ETC Element 2

MQ Group / MQ Lightings
G/F Lydia Building, #39 Polaris Street,
Bel-Air Village Makati City, Philippines. 1260

Landline:

(+632) 890 - 8858
(+632) 896 - 1471
(+632) 896 - 1455
(+632) 896 - 1379

Mobile:

(+63)9171671168
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Email:

Sales@mqgroup.com.ph
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Description

The basics of lighting control, redefined

The Element 2™ console adapts the award-winning Eos family control platform for venues with modest rigs and maximum hands-on fader control needs. 

Simple or complex control? The choice is yours.

Affordable and easy to use, Element 2 brings the fundamentals of lighting control to the forefront while allowing access to a wealth of advanced control features below the surface. Simply record cues and fade times into Element's cue list for basic playback, or use effects, palettes, cue parts, discrete timing and follow times to create intricate lighting looks and transitions. 

Need a setup that can be run by students or volunteers? Customizable Magic Sheets let you create a simple topographical or abstract interface to quickly control your rig from a touchscreen monitor.

Hands-on playback; familiar programming

Use the Element 2 console’s pageable, LTP (Latest Takes Precedence) faders to directly control your channels, or flip a switch and use them to control submasters, IFCB palettes, presets, manual timing and global effects masters and more. 

Element 2 provides the same generous programming keypad as the larger desks in the Eos family, so you can move between consoles with ease.

 
Additional Information

S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
SYSTEM CAPACITY

• 1,024 or 6,144 Outputs
• 32,768 Control Channels (devices)
• 10,000 Cues
• One Cue List
• 999 Submasters
• 100 Fader Pages
• 4 x 1,000 Palettes (Intensity, Focus, Color, Beam)
• 1,000 Presets (all palette)
• 1,000 Groups
• 1,000 Effects (relative, absolute or step)
• 99,999 Macros
• 1,000 Snapshots
• 1,000 Curves
• 1,000 Color Paths
• Supports two external display-port monitors at 1280x1024
minimum resolution, with optional touch or multi-touch
control
• Solid-state hard drive
• Five USB ports for flashdrives, pointing devices, keyboards
DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
• All show data may be viewed on a single external monitor.
External views may be posted separately or expanded across
a maximum of two monitors. Three user-configurable
workspaces per display, with split-screen/sizing controls.
• The Central Information Area accesses:
-- Browser
-- File Management
-- System Defaults
-- Show Defaults
-- Desk Defaults
-- Partition Definitions
-- Network Configuration
-- Show Data Utilities
-- Print to PDF
-- Record Target Lists
-- Patch functions
-- Help
-- Electronic alpha-numeric keyboard
-- Command Line
-- Selected Cue
-- Error messages
-- Context-Sensitive Control
-- Parameter Categories and individual parameters
-- Filters
• Channel Displays
-- Live channel or table view
-- Blind cue, palette, preset and group views, in list, channel,
table and spreadsheet formats
-- User-configurable to show required parameters and/or
parameter categories (IFCB)
-- Flexi-channel to determine which channels to display
-- Zoom allows user to define how many channels are viewed
-- Color-coded intensity levels indicate direction of move
S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
-- Color-coded non-intensity levels indicate change from
previous state
-- Graphic differentiation of moving lights, single parameter
devices and unpatched channels
• Magic Sheets
-- User-defined interactive display layouts
-- Objects and images may be imported
• Patch Views
-- Patch by channel
-- Patch by address
-- Patch by Device List (RDM)
-- Assign proportional patch value, curve and, preheat value
for intensity
-- Swap pan and tilt
-- Invert pan and tilt
-- Custom fixture editor
-- User configurable shutter order
• Playback Status Display
-- Accesses status of 100 fader pages
-- Expanded cue list for selected cue, optional dynamic
countdown of active cues
• Cue List Index
• Effect Editor
• Group Editor
• Park Display
• Dimmer Monitoring
• Submaster List
• Fader Config Display

PLAYBACK CONTROLS
• Master Playback crossfade pair with two 100mm
potentiometers, Go and Stop/Back
• 100 pages of 40 45mm faders, each configurable as:
-- IFCB Palette/Preset Lists or single instances
-- Configurable Grand Master with Blackout
-- Additive or Inhibitive Submaster, with user-configurable
button/slider behavior
-- Channel faders
-- Filtered Manual Timing Master
• Rate Controller
• Playback fader controls include:
-- Load to assign content
-- Timing Disable
-- Release
-- Freeze
-- Manual Override
-- Rate
-- Background Enable/Disable
-- 10 Priority States
-- 10 Background Priority States
-- Parameter and channel filters
• Macros
-- May be set to play background or foreground
-- Startup and Shutdown Macros
-- Disconnect Macros

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MANUAL CONTROL
• Channel selection from keypad and/or multi-touch
direct selects
• Lists constructed with +, -, thru
• Intensity set with level wheel, keypad, level button, full
and out
• Select Last recalls last sequential channel selection set
• Select Manual selects all channels with manual values
• Select Active selects all channels with intensity above zero
• Ordered groups
• Offset; including even, odd, random and reverse
• Fan
• Sneak
• User-definable home
• Home by parameter, parameter category or all non-intensity
parameters
• Capture
• Park at level
• Scaled park for temporary percentage adjustment
• Recall-from and Copy-to commands
• About provides detailed view of selected channels or
record targets
• Undo
• Highlight and Lowlight, with optional user-definable Rem Dim
• Lamp controls to strike and douse arc sources,
calibrate devices

PROGRAMMING FEATURES
• Channel Functions
-- Non-intensity parameters set via numeric entry or
pageable encoders
-- Encoders support software-controlled tactile response
-- Local display of color and gobo images
-- Color matching to gel selector
-- Color Path, color tinting and color spectrum tools.
-- Apply discrete time and delay per channel parameter
• Palette and Preset Functions
-- Record and Update
-- Toggle display to absolute data
-- Up to 999 decimal values may be inserted between any
two whole numbers
• Effects
-- Create live or blind
-- Pattern-based relative dynamic effects
-- Absolute effects
-- Step effects
-- Channel level overrides
-- Cue level overrides
-- Entry mode determines how parameters enter effects
-- Exit mode determines how parameters depart effects
• Cue Recording
-- Cue List HTP/LTP Intensity
-- Cue List Priority and Background Priority
-- Fader as progress controller, manual or intensity master
-- Record manual values or channels in use
-- Auto playback of recorded cues
-- Auto-mark instructions
-- Block at cue or parameter level
-- Follow or hang times
-- Out of sequence link
-- Loop functions
-- Cue level parameter category timing
-- 20-part multi-part cues
-- Cue-level rate override
-- Up to 999 decimal cues between each two
whole-numbered cues
-- Execute List
·· Triggers snapshot
·· Triggers macros
·· Show-control triggers
·· Analog triggers
-- Update and Update Trace functions
-- Undo record and delete
• Submaster Recording and Playback
-- 999 additive or inhibitive submasters
-- Bump button timing for fade up/dwell/fade out
-- Exclusive or Shielded Mode
-- Background enable/disable
-- Restore to background or minimum value
-- LTP/HTP intensity
-- Fader as progress controller or intensity master
-- Priority and Background Priority status
• Curves
-- Assignable in patch to modify dimmer output ramp
-- Assignable at cue or cue part level to modify intensity
crossfade profile or non-intensity parameter ramping

MOVING LIGHT CONTROLS
• On-Demand Moving Light controls include labeling and
current parameter value on connected display monitor
• Flip and Home functions
• Parameters selectable on screen for mouse-based or
touchscreen control or command-line actions
INTERFACES
• Two individually configurable ethernet ports
• ETCNet2, Net3 (powered by ACN), ArtNet and Avab UDP
output protocols
• Four DMX/RDM ports
• Contact-closure triggers via D-Sub connector
• Two video connectors support display-port external displays
(1280x1024) with optional single-touch or multi-touch screen
control
• USB multipurpose (five ports)
• OSC Transmit/Receive
• UDP Transmit/Receive
• MIDI TimeCode, MIDI Show Control through Gateway
• SMPTE TimeCode through Gateway
• Contact closure (12 analog inputs, 12 SPDT contact outputs,
RS-232) through Gateway

ELECTRICAL
• AC input (100 - 240V at 50/60 Hz)
• Power consumption (less external monitors) approximately 1
amp at 120V or 230/240V

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