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ETCnomad Puck


ETCnomad Puck is compatible with both Eos and Cobalt software. Use Puck as a stand-alone controller for programming and show playback, or as a primary/backup to your Eos or Cobalt family consoles.

Please see output capacity rules on each product line respectively.
ETCnomad Puck may also connect to Eos or Cobalt family systems as a client, offering another programming or remote video location.
Puck is available from 256 to 6144 outputs. When operating as a client,
Puck accesses the full output count of the Eos or Cobalt system to which it is connected. A Puck with a lower output count can be upgraded later to a higher output count by purchasing an upgrade code. No additional hardware is required.
ETCnomad Puck 256 makes an ideal small RVI.
Puck can communicate via Ethernet-based lighting protocols (Net3/ACN/sACN and ArtNet) using an ETC DMX/RDM gateway or by use of the ETC Gadget II USB>DMX/RDM converter. Puck is compatible with ETC fader, programming wings and OSC controllers. Puck running Cobalt also supports connection with third-party USB-MIDI panels via Direct MIDI.

• ETCnomad in an ETC-provided mini-computer supporting 256 to 6144 outputs maximum
• 4 USB Ports, 1 Network Port and 1 HDMI and 1 Mini Display video outputs
• Supports both Eos and Cobalt software
• Net3/ACN/sACN and ArtNet output; DMX using Gadget II and DMX/RDM using Gateways
• Show Control and I/O Gateways, OSC and UDP triggers.

Ships With: US Power Cord
Mini Display Port to HDMI adaptor

NOTE: ETCnomad Puck does not support ETCNet2/EDMX output. Gadget (4267A1001) was discontinued in August. All orders for Gadget will be transferred to Gadget II.

Important: The original Puck (identifed by three USB ports rather than four) can only be upgraded to 2048 outputs.

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