LumenRadio Presents Next-Generation CRMX Products

by | Gear, Lighting, News, Production

LumenRadio has introduced three new wireless DMX units — Stardust, Aurora and Luna — all incorporating the company’s proprietary CRMX technology.

Stardust is an eight universe CRMX transmitter offering Ethernet and WiFi with a web portal and color screen for operation. Aurora is a single universe flex unit with WiFi and color screen, while Luna is a single universe flex unit with a push button interface. All have a Bluetooth interface and can be equipped with V-mount battery, rack and wall mounts. They’re expected to begin shipping in December 2021.

“Twelve years after the release of our first CRMX products, it’s now time to present the next generation of wireless DMX,” explains Niclas Norlén, CTO and founder of LumenRadio. “In collaboration with industry professionals, we will now deliver products for the professionals pushing the envelope of what’s possible, setting a completely new standard for Wireless DMX.”

“We’re proud to present the next generation of Wireless DMX with three new products that will respond to the demands of the most advanced users,” adds product development manager Michael Karlsson. “With the next generation, we have pushed the limits of what is possible, without compromising on reliability or range.”

LumenRadio products are available in North America through A.C. ProMedia. Stardust, Aurora, and Luna can now be pre-ordered. Go here for more specifics.

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