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Prospero Cue Light System

Prospero 1000 X 2000

DMX cue light control

  • PoE-powered 
  • Available as a complete system or as separate components for flexibility
  • Complete turn-key cue light system requiring only network or DMX infrastructure to create
  • Able to control any DMX or sACN controllable device

What is Prospero?

Prospero Cue Light System combines the best of both worlds, utilizing open technologies like DMX and sACN to create a versatile and extensible cue light system without any sort of vendor lock-in, but is also a complete turn-key cue light system requiring only network or DMX infrastructure to create.

The standard on Broadway, our cue light controllers output DMX and sACN directly, allowing you to control anything DMX or sACN controllable as a cue light.

Our cue lights themselves are PoE-powerable, so they only require an ethernet cable, and take sACN data. If you have existing DMX infrastructure, you can also power them separately and provide them with DMX.

We offer these as a complete system (cue light controllers and cue lights together), but the components are also available separately for added flexibility. A Prospero or Prospero Mini controller can interface with your existing DMX-controlled cue lights, or you can add additional Prospero Cue Lights to fill out your existing control system. Prospero controllers can also be used to control any DMX or sACN controllable devices, such as LED tape drivers or relay packs.

Key Features

DMX Cue Light Controller

Prospero V3

  • Outputs up to 24 channels
  • Modular switch panels provide a variety of options for channel control
  • All the benefits of a custom cue light controller without the cost of custom faceplates
Compact DMX Cue Light Controller

Prospero Mini

  • Compact Size
  • Comfortable-to-operate desktop unit
  • Group control option allows all switches to be thrown with a single switch
Ethernet-Based Cue Light

Prospero Cue Light (PCL)

  • Fits in a standard 1-1/2” deep, 4” square backbox
  • sACN or DMX input (1 or 2 channels)
  • Can be configured as either two redundant indicators lighting together or two independent (different colored) indicators