The RTI FB-4 is a network interface, which optionally runs with Pangolin Quickshow or Pangolin BEYOND. There is no need any more to connect a computer to the show laser through an ILDA interface. Depending on your needs different versions are available: for DMX and/or ILDA control, for network control and with SD card memory. The RTI FB-4 can be used with every show laser system, providing one of the features mentioned above, independent of the brand.
Features of RTI FB-4 are:
- Full Ethernet control
- Stand-alone SD memory card
- Full color OLED display
- Support for DMX and/or ILDA (depending on the version)
- Support scan speed of up to 120kpps
- Support for 6-color channels
- Improved laser output with interpolation
Show laser systems of RTI with detachable remote control pads even allow fixing the RTI FB-4 housing directly at the laser device.
The integrated full color OLED display provides various setting options:
- Projector settings
- Network settings
- Color palette settings
- Geometric corrections
- Safety settings
RTI FB-4 QS ‘Standard’
RTI FB-4 QS ‘Standard’ runs the laser control software of Pangolin Quickshow and offers the possibility to control the show laser system through ILDA or by the onboard SD-memory.
For ILDA control:
Just connect a network cable (CAT5) from your computer, running Pangolin Quickshow (software is included in this package), to the network port of the RTI FB-4. Then connect an ILDA cable from this network interface to the show laser.
Lighting Console Mode: Create content in Pangolin software and then export this content to the onboard SD-memory (included in delivery). The computer can be eliminated for the show laser setup, which can be controlled through a lighting console now. This option is ideal for lighting designers.
Auto Mode: Create content in Pangolin software and then export this content to the onboard SD-memory (included in delivery). It is possible to playback the content from the SD-memory automatically, without the need for a computer. The RTI FB-4 features an internal clock, which allows setting a given time for playback.