The globe of W-DMX

The globe of W-DMX

In-ground fixtures with W-DMX™

With this implementation, it is possible to get power from the existent infrastructure, and DMX to the fixture wirelessly, without having to dig and run new cables. Read More

Lights in Alingsås supported by W-DMX™

Lights in Alingsås, the experimental architectural lighting installation, started when students from Ljuscentrum Gothenburg University came to Alingsås in 1998. 10 years later, the urban exhibition attracts more than 85,000 visitors every year and has become the largest lighting event in public spaces in Northern Europe. Read More

Showtec releases Eventspot 1600 Q4 with W-DMX™

This unit comes with a W-DMX™ G5 transceiver as standard, allowing to receive DMX data wireless from any current or legacy W-DMX™ transmitter. The unit not only receives data, but can also be configured to transmit, allowing for a master/slave configuration, up to the already established impressive range that W-DMX™ offers. Read More

W-DMX™ sets up distribution in Brazil

Wireless Solution Sweden, a world-renowned manufacturer of Wireless DMX technology, has recently setup a distribution channel in Brazil, as part of their growth strategy in Latin America. Read More

Cameo showcased new technology with W-DMX™

Cameo Lighting, a professional LED Lighting brand by Germany-based Adam Hall Group, presented a new line-up of LED fixtures at LDI. The brand released three new LED mobbing heads, the new OPUS Series, comprising of the following models: OPUS SP5, OPUS SP5 FC and OPUS S5. Read More

SHOWTEC makes it Wireless

Dutch brand Showtec, by Highlite International, has recently released the Helix S5000, the latest addition to the range of outdoor washers. Read More

Science Museum in London takes W-DMX™

The Science Museum in London as just gone through a new Lighting Installation for Making the Modern World gallery. White Light used 20 W-DMX™ units for the installation. Read More

Reflection on wireless usability in Feature/TV

This essay is a reflection of wireless usability in Cinema/TV, and the problems caused by wireless video transmitters. Read More

W-DMX™ reaffirms commitment in Argentina

Wireless Solution has recently taken its Wireless University program to Buenos Aires, to reaffirm its commitment with Argentinean users. Read More

ADB joins W-DMX™ OEM family

Wireless Solution Sweden is proud to announce that ADB Stage Lighting has joined W-DMX's OEM family. Read More

W-DMX™ strengthens position in Chile

Wireless Solution Sweden has recently strengthened its position in Chile, having taken its Wireless University program to South America. Read More

W-DMX™ expands in Colombia

The Swedish manufacturer of Wireless DMX has recently opened another dealer channel in South America – with immediate effect, Control Luminico Electronico (CLE) has become partner of Wireless Solution Sweden. Read More

White Light Adds W-DMX™ G5 to its Hire Inventory

White Light Ltd have added the BlackBox F-1 G5 series to its Hire stock. The acquisition of these units marks another example of WL strengthening its already extensive hire inventory; giving its customers as many options as possible. Read More

W-DMX™ Sponsors University students

As part of the 3-year bachelor, the students have to design and manufacture a product relevant to the lighting industry and present it at a public showcase that generally happens towards the last few weeks of the course. Read More

W-DMX™ awards best distributors

Wireless Solution has recently awarded 6 of its best distributors worldwide, at Prolight+Sound 2018, in Frankfurt. Check out who the winners were. Read More

W-DMX™ turns 15

As the company matures with age, its legacy becomes more engrained in the industry, and its expertise in manufacturing Wireless DMX becomes a de facto standard across the industry. Read More

W-DMX™ in the Philippines

6x W-DMX™ BlackBox F-1 transceivers were used sending data over 500 meters from across the water bay, in the Philippines. A total of 3 universes was used, with data being received with no latency at the receivers' end. Read More

Mauritius celebrates its 50th anniversary wirelessly

"We used the Outdoor 12 directional antennas, to make sure we did avoided interference at each receiver’s end. We just used it in default 2.4 GHz mode, and worked perfectly!”. Read More

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