So at my school we have a very old architectural system which gets used to control the house and "worklights" (our R40 strips) during the day and whenever some group or class is in the theatre. The system was made by ETC, but I have not been able to find any information on it on their website. See the photo below: This is one of the two master stations we have - one in the booth and one offstage right. There are a number of wall plates with just one button (labeled "Panic") at each entrance to the theatre. The sliders labeled 1 through 5 control different, apparently random combinations of lights, while the M slider is the master controller for all of them. There are tiny lights in the buttons labeled Panic and Take Control which turn green when active, and amber when not active. The only things it turns on are the House Lights, our R40 strips, and one 6" fresnel on the 1st Electric. We have 6 - 6' sections of R40 strips, and we end up needing 40-50 new lamps for every show (2 times per year) just because these things get left on all the time. Does anyone know what this system is called, or how I might go about reprogramming it?