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Draft DMX512 Cabling Standard Available for Review

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BSR E1.27-2, Entertainment Technology - Standard for Permanently
Installed Control Cables for Use with ANSI E1.11 (DMX512-A) and USITT
DMX512/1990 Products, is available for public review through November 19, 2007. The draft standard describes the types of cable to be used in permanent installations to interconnect lighting equipment that comply with ANSI E1.11-2004 (DMX512-A) or with USITT DMX512/1990. The description includes definitions of acceptable cable and connector types and the ways in which they may be used. The draft standard and its supporting public review materials are available at
http://www.esta.org/tsp/documents/public_review_docs.php.

In addition to being asked to review the document to see if it offers adequate advice, reviewers are asked to look for protected intellectual property in the draft standard. ESTA does not warrant that its standards contain no protected intellectual property, but it also does not intend to adopt any standard that requires the use of protected intellectual property, unless that property is necessary for technical reasons and can be licensed and used by anyone without prejudice or preference for a reasonable fee. Any protected intellectual property in the document should be pointed out in the comments.

ESTA...www.esta.org


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