Activate lights on connected units
Yellow (Screen blank)
Hi. Lo. Off.
Control speaker volume:
Hi. Lo. Off.
Selected sound cue is still delivered through
headphone jack when speaker is off..
Unique sound cues for Next, Back, Screen blank.
Check l l
A brief local alert
Command ll l...
Announce ll... ll...
Melodic note group
Engage or disengage USB connection
to either or both computers
Remotely control presentation software.
Corresponds to screen blank. Light
stays on until any key is pressed.
Set for multi-unit proximate use. 16 channels available.
Match channel on cue light and actuator.
For cue light interconnections with Cat 5 cable
For cue light interconnections using microphone (XLR)
Sound Volume Control|
Adjusts volume of cue light sound to 3.5 mm side jack
(No 6) and to 4-pin side XLR jack for belt-pack
intercom headset. (Note: Does not affect volume of
communications to the headset.)
Output 3.5 mm Headset Jack |
Stereo jack outputs programmable sounds that
correspond to Forward, Back and Screen Blank commands.
Output XLR Headset Jack |
Output to beltpack intercom headset with cue light
sounds combined with unchanged intercom communications.
When two or more cue lights are connected by wire (Cat-5
or XLR cable, set one cue light as "Master" and the other(s)
as "Slave." Only the Master cue light receives the
For direct computer connection.
Cue light sends commands “Right Arrow,” “Left Arrow”
and “B” via keyboard emulation, thus preserving mouse functionality. Note: These keystrokes are programmable. See Cue Light Programmer to download programmer application.
Use DSan-supplied 12V power supply (center pin +).
MONITOR AUDIO INPUT|
Accepts stereo 3.5 mm phono plug. Allows operator to
monitor stage presentation. Cue light sounds may be
combined with this input
Operates independently of onboard speaker.
Combines cue sounds with audio input with