Leprecon: XC-350 Lighting Console

by Michael Eddy
XC-350 Lighting Console from Leprecon
XC-350 Lighting Console from Leprecon

Leprecon has introduced its XC lighting console, which provides a variety of playback options for events ranging from improvised performance to tightly scripted shows. Large edge wheel encoders and direct access Color, Beam, and Position label keys simplify programming LED and automated fixtures. The LPC software base provides an easy to use interface and new XC features create a powerful new console from Leprecon.

The intuitive Leprecon XC console allows for control of automated, LED and conventional fixtures with multiple programming methods including a touch screen option; subs and quick looks for improvised shows; and cue stack and stacking playbacks for complex shows. The console dimensions are: 37” W x 15” D x 2.5” H (front), 5” H (back) and  comes with a two-year warranty.

Features:

  • DMX512 and Ethernet output (Art-Net) for up to 2,048 DMX Channels
  • Leprecon XC-350 Free Offline Editor
  • Support for One Monitor or One Touch Monitor
  • 24 Programmable Submasters
  • 6 Multi-Step Playback Faders
  • 12 Independent Quick Look Buttons
  • All Submasters, Playbacks and Quick Looks support 20 pages and can contain a conventional, LED, moving light, chase sequence or effects
  • Cue Stack will hold 9,999 Cues with Go / Hold / Back Keys for triggering cues
  • Effects Engine for quickly creating unlimited complex patterns using Color, Beam, and Position
  • 10 Direct Keys to Color, Beam, and Position labels
  • Level Encoder for setting and adjusting Intensity of all fixture types
  • 3 Edge Wheel Encoders for setting attributes and building labels
  • Industrial Grade Front Panel Trackball for easy point and click control
  • Full Numeric Keypad for channel and timing data entry
  • Option for Integrated W-DMX Transmitter

Hardware:

  • Rugged Industrial Grade PC
  • Stable Linux Operating System
  • VGA or HDMI Monitor
  • 5 USB Ports for connecting memory devices and peripherals
  • 2 DMX-512 – 5- pin XLR Output Ports
  • 1 Ethernet Port supporting DMX over Art-Net
  • 4 Edge Wheel Encoders and professional quality Trackball
  • 2 Littlite® work lamps, dimmer supports LED or incandescent lamps
  • Internal AC Switching Power Supply
  • Dust Cover

Further information from Leprecon: www.leprecon.com