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Digital-to-Analog Converter

What is a Digital-to-Analog Converter?

A Digital-to-Analog Converter (= DAC) is a hardware device that is able to convert computer generated laser images (serial signal) into ILDA laser control signals (parallel signal).
Typically USB and Ethernet controllers are used as Digital-to-Analog Converters.
For every individually controlled show laser display you'll need another Digital-to-Analog Converter.

What is better - USB or Ethernet?

Most modern laser show software uses LAN transmission of the ILDA control signal due to very long transmission distances.

Buy Laserworld ShowNET LAN interface

Here you can find the Laserworld ShowNET LAN interface Digital-to-Analog Converter. Click on the device to display more information from our shop.


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