Leviton Innovator 48/96 Standard Lighting Console, 120/240V (requires monitor; monitor not included)
• Maximum 384 stage channels
• 512 dedicated moving light channels
• Operates in both two-scene manual and multi-scene memory modes
• Trackball and seven encoder wheels for simplified moving light control
• Pre-programmed or user defined moving light attributes
• 48 (or 96) individual channel faders
• Video and LCD display (video monitor sold separately)
• Dual monitor option
• Built-in alphanumeric labeling capability
• Controls up to 256 automated devices
• Proportional soft patching with custom dimmer profiles
• Advanced cue and submaster parameters
• MIDI compatible (MIDI show control and standard MIDI commands)
• Real-time clock
• Three (3) DMX universes, (1536 Dimmers)
• ColorNet® compatible
• UL listed and C-UL listed
• 48 channels x 2 scenes (manual) or maximum 384 channels (memory)
• Maximum 600 cues per show
• Maximum 500 groups per show
• 512 moving light channels
• 96 channel faders
• 24 submaster faders with 8 pages(maximum 192 submasters)
• 1,536 dimmers
• 3.5” HD disk drive - 1.44 MB disk memory
• Operating system user-updated via floppy disk
• Selective data retrieval from disk
• Maximum 500 user-programmable macros
• Alphanumeric naming of cues, Effects, Groups, Subs and Shows
• Pre-programmed library of user definable moving light attributes
• 1,536 dimmers
• Proportional levels assignable to each dimmer
• Custom profiles assignable to each dimmer
• Multi-part cues: 8 parts per cue
• Links with other cues
• Custom cue fade profiles
• Delay parameter • Follow parameter
• Cue macros • Effects fade in, out of cues
• Submasters individually programmable as Pile-on, Inhibitive, or Effect
• Submaster Fade times (separate Up, Down and Dwell times)
• Submaster Toggle Mode allows for sustained Submasters
• 600 effects per show maximum
• 100 steps per effect
• Effect, fade and hold times
• Effect patterns: Forward, Reverse, Bounce and Random
• Effect steps can be assigned groups, subs, cues or channel levels
• Grandmaster fader
• 2 pairs of assignable playback faders with Take Control buttons
• 7 encoder wheels
• Load key for executing cues out of sequence
• 8 display select keys
• 8 screen function (“soft”) keys
• 8 programmable macro keys
• Trackball for rate, level, position hold and back buttons
• Blackout switch
• Cue check function
• DMX512 or CMX dimmer protocols
• Handheld remote port
• Printer port
• MIDI In/Out/Through - MIDI and MIDI show control commands, MIDI time code
• VGA color monitor(s) (sold separately)
• 2 AC convenience outlets
• 100 - 240VAC 50/60 Hz power supply
• DMX input
• 8 external macro inputs
• ColorNet® RJ45 and AUI
• Two year warranty
• Free software upgrades during warranty period
The lighting control console shall provide, but not be limited to, he following features:
A. Grand Master to provide a master level for all operational functions.
B. A Black-out switch.
C. Airflow LED indicating a loss of proper airflow.
D. Two scenes of 48 channel potentiometers for two‑scene preset operation.
E. 24 individually-programmed, fully overlapping pile-on submasters or effect masters with 8 pages for a total of 192 submasters.
F. 96 Bump buttons for momentary control of channels.
G. Two independent crossfaders to provide a split dipless fade between Scene A and Scene B, and Scene C and D.
H. Intregal LCD display on console surface.
The Memory section shall have the following controls:
I. A group of eight (8) keys for calling up various displays on the monitor. The displays shall allow level setting, previewing, and modification of show data.
J. Expanded numeric keypad used to enter information regarding cue levels, cue timing, cue attributes, groups, submasters, effects, profiles, patching, and set-up. Keys shall also be provided for recording cues, groups, intelligent devices, and submasters live from the stage display.
K. A cursor position keypad with directional arrow keys.
L. A set of 8 “soft” function keys for access of up to 8 different functions in each display or sub display. These keys may change function in each display to focus the operator’s attention on commands which are useful in that display and to reduce congestion of the control surface.
M. Eight (8) macro keys for operator access to up to 2000 operator‑programmable macros.
N. A trackball for adjusting channel levels proportionally, video cursor movements, moving fixture position and movement, and edits.
O. Seven (7) wheels with integrated LCD for adjusting intelligent device traits.
P. Two Rate keys for assigning live rate control of a selected effect or cue fade to a wheel.
Q. Two Load keys for loading cues to playback faders.
R. Two GO buttons for initiating fades between cues in the normal numerically sequential order. The GO button shall provide positive tactile feedback to the operator to confirm its operation.
S. Two HOLD keys for stopping currently running fades, and two BACK keys for initiating fades backwards through the normal cue sequence.
T. Four (4) 100mm Playback Faders grouped as two pairs for manual control of cue fades.
U. All channel faders submasters, and bump buttons operational in two-scene mode shall also be operational in multiscene mode.
Optional Accessories (not included; to be purchased separately)
A7003-000 Factory Installed 2nd Video Port Option
CTP-7-2021 Hand Held Remote for Innovator
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Worklight with 3-pin XLR Connector
CTP-7-5062 Innovator 48/96 Dustcover
CTP-7-5067 Innovator 48/96 Trouping Case
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