Jands Event 4 Control Consoles Now Shipping With V5 Software
30th October 2002
Jands Electronics Pty Ltd announce that its Event 4 range of lighting control consoles is now shipping with the latest version of its V5 operating system preinstalled. The Event 408 and 416 models, which comprise the Event 4 range, are compact, competitively priced hybrid consoles designed to control both conventional and automated lighting fixtures. Currently favoured for live event and conference applications, the Event 4 can now be used in professional theatrical and multi purpose applications where the new V5 feature set now excels.
As part of Jands' strive for continued development and improvement, the latest release contains many operational enhancements as well as bug fixes for the Event Operating System. New enhancements of particular merit include: an increased palette size of fixtures, positions, beams, and groups, from 20 to 60; a live palette function, offering 'real time' use over a present time period; improved AutoStack functionality; revised Active/If operation; enhanced record options, and theatre style channel control.
The new V5 release is the end result of extensive testing by both Jands' development team, and end users who have contributed to the beta testing of the latest software.
Existing users of the Event 4 range are able to download free of charge the new software release from Jands' website: http://www.jands.com.au/news2.nsf/htwebpages/ProdPages.html. For future information on the Event 4 Lighting Console, or to find your local reseller, please visit www.jands.com.au, or telephone: ++61 (0) 2 9582 0909.
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