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The Swisson XMT-120A DMX tester is very well built and has many
useful functions. The device is very portable and it's rugged build
quality fits comfortably into your hand. The XMT-120A's large graphical
LCD screen is back-lit and is very easy to read. It is powered by a 9V
battery (included) and can be plugged in permanently via any Micro USB
The XMT-120A-SET includes a belt case, a 3-pin to 5-pin adaptor and a 5-pin to 3-pin adaptor.
The XMT-120A can send and receive DMX data, as well as test DMX cables for continuity and shorts.
In receive (analyze) mode the XMT-120A can receive data from any active DMX line and the real-time values can be
viewed in percent, decimal or hexadecimal format. You can view single
channels, a grouping of 60 DMX values at the same time or all 512
channels at the same time.
Single Channel Mode
Table Mode (60 channels)
Graph Mode (entire DMX universe)
If any DMX errors occur the XMT-120A will display "ERROR" in the top right of the screen, if there is not DMX signal at all "NO SIGNAL" will be displayed.
The XMT-120A has an intelligent channel search function
that will enable the unit to only display DMX values that have recently changed, this allows you to determine what DMX values your console is
affecting when you bring up a channel.
In send mode the XMT-120A is capable of controlling any DMX device, from a simple dimmer to the most complex
moving light. 32 separate lighting scenes (cues) can be recorded on the
device allowing for quick access to pre-set levels.
It is also possible to combine these scenes and turn
them into a sequence (chase) of up to 100 steps. The sequence speed and
fade times can be easily changed as well.
The XMT-120A is capable of testing both 5-pin and
3-pin DMX cable. The shield and all 5 (or 3) pins are checked for
continuity and shorts and a graphical representation of any errors will
DMX Cable Test Mode
Fixture Profiles can be entered into the XMT-120A
and, once patched, a visual representation of the current channel can be
viewed at the bottom of the screen. This can help to indicate what
channel of a fixture you are trying to affect with the X-MT-120.
Binary addressing for each channel can also be
displayed as straight binary or binary +1. This allow you to check if
your fixtures that use binary address switches are addressed properly
Fixture profiles can now be loaded and saved to the XMT-120A via PC software through the Micro USB port.
Fixture Profiles and Binary Address
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