ETC Nomad Puck 512

  • Rental Rates

  • 1 Week $290.00
  • 2 Weeks $550.00
  • 4 Weeks $995.00
  • It's like having two consoles in one . With ETCnomad Puck, you don't have to choose between the Cobalt® and Eos®/Element™ families, because it runs both platforms. A small but powerful control device, Puck has two HDMI video ports (DVI adapters can be used if needed), one network port and three USB ports. This is a Windows 7 unit; as such, multi-touch displays are supported.

     

    A hat trick of control . ETCnomad Puck can serve as a primary, backup or client device, and it can also work offline.

    Compatibility

    Eos family:

    Note that Net2 protocol is not supported.

    • Supported protocols include Net3/ACN/sACN and ArtNet
    • Net3 DMX/RDM Gateways
    • Show Control Gateway
    • I/O Gateway
    • ETC Gadget USB-to-DMX converter (only one may be connected at this time and RDM is not supported)
    • iRFR, iRFR Preview and aRFR
    • Radio Focus Remote
    • Universal Fader Wing

    When you use ETCnomad Puck as a primary or backup, the system output is determined by the device with the lowest output configuration. When it's connected as a client, ETCnomad Puck's output capacity of is ignored.

    Cobalt family:

    • Supported protocols include Net3/ACN/sACN and ArtNet
    • Note that Net2 protocol is not supported.
    • Net3 DMX/RDM Gateways
    • Show Control Gateway
    • I/O Gateway
    • ETC Gadget USB-to-DMX converter (only one may be connected)
    • iRFR, iRFR Preview and aRFR
    • Radio Focus Remote
    • Universal Fader Wing
    • Third-party USB-MIDI panels via Direct MIDI

    When you use ETCnomad Puck as a primary or backup, the system output is determined by the device with the highest output configuration. Only the number of outputs purchased will be backed up in case of a failover. When it's connected as a client, ETCnomad Puck's output capacity is ignored.

    ETCnomad Puck's functionality comes from the application in use. To find out what features are supported and to see user-interface descriptions, check out the Cobalt, Eos-family and Element documentation.