The Leprecon LP-1600 Series offer the ease of a manual console with the sophistication of a memory console. Featuring 36/72 faders, this console will store up to 432 fader presets. Cue stack allows up to 288 with point cues with crossfader and "Go Button" with up/down fade times. Chase memory includes four programmed and seven programmable patterns of up to 20 steps. Proportional patch, MIDI input, and DMX outputs are standard features.
Two scene preset with 36 faders. Bank switch allows the faders to serve 72 channels. Switchable Add or Solo momentary buttons for each fader. Split dipless crossfade between manual scenes. Each fader has an led output indicator.
36 real-time preset faders with switchable Add or Solo bumps. Presets may be "piled on" in any combination. Presets are assigned to one of twelve memory pages by means of a rotary page select switch. A preview mode allows cues to be checked without bringing up the scene on stage. An existing cue may easily be edited using the manual scene faders without re-recording the entire cue.
288 programmable cues with crossfader and go button control. Independent fade in and out times can be set for each scene, and scenes may be linked in any order for playback. The two line LCD is used to display current and next cues, and all other parameters.
Four fixed and seven programmable patterns of up to twenty steps each are provided. All programmable patterns are fully proportional, and are recorded, previewed and edited as easily as the preset cues. The rate of each pattern may be saved with the chase, eliminating the need to adjust the rate pot when the chase is recalled. The chase may be advanced a step at a time manually, or halted momentarily. Chases may be assigned to a preset fader, automatically starting the selected chase when the scene is faded up.
One standard and two user programmable soft patches allow assignment of up to 512 dimmers via DMX.
Patch level proportions can be entered for each dimmer channel.
All analog channels in the board are patched with the DMX channels.
All consoles support one digital protocol, DMX 512, with the female 5 pin XLR as specified by USITT. An optional Analog output board(s) may be ordered for any all consoles. The analog out voltage range is 0-10 vdc; a 25 pin male subminiature D connector is used.
Consoles ship with Littlite® work lamp(s).