OceanLED Pro Series HD OceanDMX Kit

OceanLED Pro Series HD OceanDMX Kit
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Pro Series HD OceanDMX Kit

Take control of your OceanLED Pro Series Colours lights via your iOS or
Android device.
With the OceanDMX App for Android and iOS, you have all the
control and customisation you need to create any scene or light display
you wish, with full control over sensitivity, speed and brightness.
Choose between standard static, cycle or strobe modes. Alternatively,
use audio or wave motion modes to control the color scheme of your
The OceanDMX App has been custom designed with an easy to use
menu structure for use solely with the new OceanDMX Controller,
which transmits its own unique WiFi network for your mobile device to
connect with.
To use audio control, simply attach your vessels sound system to the
DMX controller via a standard audio jack. In wave motion mode, you
can create a dramatic display whilst on the move upon wave impact.

OceanLED Colours App
  • Free download for iOS / Android
  • Compatible with OceanLED Pro Series Colours HD
  • Unlimited Color Control
  • 6 storeable presets
  • Strobe / dimming / cycle modes
  • Dynamic Audio control mode
  • Dynamic Motion control mode
  • Easy to use menu system

DMX WiFi Controller
  • Dedicated WiFi access point
  • IP66 Control Box
  • Compatible with OceanLED Pro Series Colours HD

  • Semi transparent LID
  • LED indicators
  • 12/24v DC
  • Robust polycarbonate design

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