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Basic Pocket Console® DMX

If you are looking for a basic and reliable device to test, setup or run a DMX-512 controlled, single universe system, this is the product you need.

The Pocket Console® is the inexpensive source for the smallest, most graphic "hands-on" and "user-friendly" DMX-512 theatrical lighting console made.


  • It is small, lightweight, portable and designed to be hand held
  • Levels are set using eight faders (slider pots)
  • Each FADER has an associated bump button
  • 512 dimmer addresses are patchable to any of the eight faders
  • The faders are patchable using from 0 to 512 dimmer addresses per fader
  • The unit is powered by a 9V battery or by a 120V AC power supply

Product Specifications

  • Dimensions: 6-5/8" Wide x 3-1/4" Tall x 1-3/8" Deep
    (1-5/8" for fader handle clearance)
  • DMX cable length with connector: 12" min.
  • Weight with battery: 13oz
  • Shipping weight: 1 lb, 14oz
  • Packaged Size (Pocket Console, AC adapter and instructions): 10" x 6-1/2" x 2-1/4"
  • 9 Volt Alkaline Battery Life: 3 hours minimum (FYI, my first battery lasted 2 years)
  • 120V AC adapter
  • Number of DMX dimmer addresses supported: 512
  • Number of Faders: 8 with bump buttons
  • Data output: DMX-512 1990 standard
  • Data Speed: 44hz
  • Comes with instructions & 90 day Warranty

Download the Pocket Console Instruction Manual

Price $319.99 (US LIST)

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