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Data sheets



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Technical data



Dimensions Nodes (W x H x D) 53.5 x 90.5 x 62 mm/2.1 x 3.6 x 2.4 in (excl. fastening clip)
Dimensions Core S (W x H x D) 71.5 x 90.5 x 62 mm/2.81 x 3.56 x 2.44 in (without fastening clip)
Power supply 24 V DC or PoE IEEE 802.3af on RJ45 (excl. dali Node and Core S)
Operating temperature 0 ... 50 °C/32 ... 122 °F
Storage temperature -10 ... 70 °C/14 ... 158 °F
Electrical safety SELV
Operating/storage hum. 0 ... 80% non-condensing
Protection Class IP20
Housing material Self extinguishing blend PC/ABS
Mounting on 35 mm DIN rail (DIN 43880), 3 or 5 units or with key hole
Ethernet-Port 1 x e:net 10/100 Mbit/s RJ-45

Devices at a glance



SYMPL Core S e:cue SYMPL Core S is a standalone engine for e:cue SYMPHOLIGHT. It executes SYMPHOLIGHT shows in small to medium-sized control projects and orchestrates all available SYMPL Nodes. It includes a full license of e:cue SYMPHOLIGHT which can be shared with a user in the same network, making an additional license dongle superfluous.
SYMPL dmx Node The SYMPL dmx Node is a two DMX/RDM universe interface. It provides two independent DMX/RDM inputs/outputs for two DMX512 universes enabling bidirectional communication with fixtures. The SYMPL dmx Node can be powered by an external power supply or via Power-over-Ethernet (PoE).
SYMPL e:pix Node The SYMPL e:pix Node is a e:pix interface with two universe output. It provides two independent e:pix interfaces for two e:pix universes with 2048 channels each. The SYMPL e:pix Node can be powered by an external power supply or via Power-over-Ethernet (PoE).
SYMPL dali Node The e:cue SYMPL dali Node is a single line DALI interface. It provides a DALI interface for up to 64 DALI devices in one line including bus power and full support for DALI ballast and OSRAM sensors / inputs. The SYMPL dali Node is powered by an external power supply.
SYMPL input Node The e:cue SYMPL input Node is an eight-channel analog input interface. It provides eight independent analog 10 V inputs, which can be used as digital inputs as well. Four inputs also support 20 mA constant current input, configurable with four slide switches. The e:cue SYMPL input Node can be powered by an external power supply or via Power-over-Ethernet (PoE).
SYMPL serial Node The e:cue SYMPL serial Node is a serial interface. It provides two independent serial interfaces, one RS-232 and one RS-485 port. The e:cue SYMPL serial Node is powered by an external power supply or via Ethernet (PoE).
SYMPL relay Node The e:cue SYMPL relay Node is a switching interface. It provides three relay interfaces in single-pole, double-throw configuration. The e:cue SYMPL relay Node can be powered by an external power supply or via Power-over-Ethernet (PoE).
SYMPL e:bus Node The e:cue SYMPL e:bus Node is a single channel e:bus interface. It provides an e:bus interface for up to eight e:bus devices like e:cue GLASS TOUCH terminals. The e:cue SYMPL e:bus Node is powered by an external power supply or via Power-over-Ethernet (PoE).

Features at a glance



  • Scalable control solution on a unified Ethernet-based system bus
  • Control DALI and DMX fixtures with one system
  • Extend systems with additional devices at any time
  • Setup lighting control networks with a fingertip
  • Adapt lighting control systems flexibly if requirements change in any project phase

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