I am experiencing a very slow decay time, meaning when I take the dmx to zero, they slowly fade in a one-count rather than turn off immediately. Is this a normal characteristic or is it adjustable to get it to “bump” on and off?
subjects is “”casDMX”” but this sounds like a DMXcas question, so here is the answer for both.
The network generates intensity levels to the 4 channels that it is controlling. The casDMX sends out the 0-255 signal based on the 0-255 value that the Casambi network sends to us. We are instant in how fast we change the DMX value, so if the network timings and such are set to some delay, then that is how the Casambi network will repeatedly send channel updates to the casDMX.
You can set those to 0 or very fast. All of those are on the network configuration app page.
We transmit the millisecond that the DMX input changes to the Casambi network.
Casambi has lots of controls over timing and fading, that is where the issue most likely is. The DMXcas generates to the network the change, then the network uses those parameters to then decide how to manipulate the channels inside the network to the fixtures.