Connected to the future as standard
Each WECS III controller has four DMX/RDM lines, which allows up to 128 DMX/RDM end components to be directly controlled. With the entry-level version WECS III 64, up to 64 channels can be occupied. With each new controller size, the available channels increase.
Flexible expansion of the system: If additional DMX/RDM lines are required during the installation of the system, a WECS III node device can be connected to the WECS III controller, which enables the connection of further end components.
Another practical feature is the integrated USB port, for example to update the firmware, upload show programmes or connect a Wi-Fi device via USB stick. With an additional Ethernet port, remote maintenance, system control, system updates or future expansions, e.g. a cloud connection, can be effortlessly implemented from anywhere in the world.
A total highlight is the option of establishing a connection with the new OASE WECS III node devices via high-speed Ethernet. The OASE node – also called "slave" among experts – acts as the extended arm of the WECS III controllers: With its four DMX/RDM lines, the node can simultaneously forward the signals to many DMX effect units and at the same time, provide clean status feedback via Remote Device Management (RDM).
Thanks to this high-speed Ethernet connection, even large installations with huge amounts of data can be controlled centrally over long distances with up to 16 node devices connected in succession on 68 DMX/RDM lines with up to 2176 end components.
Perfect interaction: Hardware plus software
The entire OASE Water Entertainment Control System offers different ways to combine hardware and software. Of course, we will be happy to help you establish the perfect configuration for your requirements and your desired fountain size.