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What is the name of this panel? I can't find a manual on it.

Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by Zack/America, Jan 7, 2017.

  1. Zack/America

    Zack/America New Member

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    I can't seem to find a manual anywhere on these panels in our theater. I'm trying to change/edit the presets
     

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    porkchop Well-Known Member

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    Looks like a Crestron panel to me. These panels can be tied into larger, more complicated and mission critical systems. I would tread very lightly.
     
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    ruinexplorer Minion CB Mods Premium Member Fight Leukemia

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    I can't tell (at least on this computer) if it is Crestron or AMX. Either way, they often do not have them user programmable. It is possible that the original installer created the surface which can have a few changes made by the end user, but that is unlikely. Unless you can convince the powers that be that you need some changes made (possibly safety oriented as it is connected to worklights), then you can request other changes to be made at the same time. Unfortunately for you, both of those companies are loyal to their installers and will probably not help you do it yourself. If you are part of a district that has a department that maintains this type of gear, it might be relatively easy to put in a request.
     
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    If there is more evidence of it being an ETC system, like dimmers and other racks, call ETC. They will likely be able to find the records.
     
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    Definitely a legacy ETC Unison LCD screen. It has a custom jpg logo is all, you could import those.
     
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    Maybe they have an orchestra shell and the music tab controls the light in it?
     
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    We have a "Rehearsal" tab on our Unison, requires a code from the user, turns on a preset for an orchestral rehearsal, times out in 4 hours and can only be used to 11 PM, then shuts off and will not re-activate till 8 AM is so.

    You could do some clever things on Unison with Macros and timed events.
     
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    I've set tabs for different teachers. Presets on each Choir, Band, Drama and usually a misc or event. Mostly this keeps ownership of the presets clear.
     
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    Good Morning


    This is the old UNISON system. its been out of production for quite awhile now. Paradigm replaced it.
    it doesn't like power surges or brown outs and the floppy drive is getting hard to find.
    if you think Unison can do some cool thing, look into Paradigm.
     

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