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Work Pro sets sparks flying

Work Pro sets sparks flying

Work Pro sets sparks flying

Pyron is a range of control software from Work Pro

Work Pro has launched Pyron, a range of control hardware comprising several wirelessly controllable devices designed to provide HOWs with control of stage effects and hardware such as pyrotechnics and CO2, flame and cold fire spark machines. The range includes a suite of control software, two different DMX-equipped, battery-operable hardware consoles (the FDC W and the more fully featured FDC A) and the FD P1 wired or wireless trigger pad, all of which are built into portable, IP67-rated, water-resistant ABS transport cases. The consoles connect to M2 pyrotechnic firing modules; up to 64 M2 modules can be used with each console and each M2 can launch up to 16 fireworks simultaneously.

The consoles can be mains- or battery-powered. The FDC W can route trigger commands and macros to connected pyrotechnics via dedicated connections as well as controlling stage machinery, lighting and audio effects and processing via its DMX output. The FDC A offers all the functionality of the FDC W but adds Open System Control (OSC) and Ethernet connectivity for more control options, plus a dedicated pad of hardware trigger buttons to which different firing options or macros can be assigned for live use, programmable via its built-in alphanumeric keys and two-line LCD.

The FD P1 Fireworks Digital Pad is designed for users that need a dedicated trigger pad separate from the main console. It can be connected to the console via a cable or wirelessly as required. Up to 25 macros or individual connected pyrotechnic hardware can be triggered via the dedicated 5x5 matrix of assignable buttons, while another 3x5 matrix of trigger buttons in the separate DMX section allows simultaneous control and triggering of connected DMX-compatible lighting or audio processing hardware.

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