[In Person] Advanced Lighting Protocols

ArtNet and Streaming-ACN are DMX control protocols that work over TCP/IP. Most newer consoles and advanced lighting equipment are using these protocols to ensure control reliability. This will reduce the amount of DMX cable and equipment that is required and gives the technician more efficient options for managing the control network.RDM (Remote Device Management) allows compatible devices to communicate over existing DMX equipment to provide two-way communications for configuration, monitoring and system setup. RDM will allow the programmer to discover, configure, and monitor any RDM-enabled device from the lighting console. Much of our newer equipment is RDM compatible and this protocol will streamline the rigging and troubleshooting process.


Class Date: 

Friday, December 30, 2022 - 9:30am to 4:00pm



Additional Information: 

IMPORTANT! This class is funded through CSATTF and you must be on the roster and up to date on all of your Safety Pass classes! If you have taken this class in the past twelve months, you are not eligible to attend this session. Seat selection for this class will be held via lottery and you can signup for either the full four-day suite of classes or as individual classes if you want to focus on a specific area. Seating is limited for this class. SIGNUPS WILL CLOSE at 8:00AM on December 1, and the lottery will be held the same day.
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IATSE, Local 728

Studio Electrical Lighting Technicians

1001 W. Magnolia Blvd.

Burbank, CA 91506

(818) 954-0728


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