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⭐️3.6 / 5
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🙌7
Ratings
📼5 scs
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📦w/o updates
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All Versions of DMXCalc

1.6.2

February 1, 2019

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon. Changed minimum iOS supported to 9.0.
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1.6.1

March 24, 2018

Minor tweaks for iOS 11.

1.6.0

November 14, 2016

Updated for iOS 10 support, including Slide Over and Split View on compatible iPads.
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1.5

June 25, 2010

iOS 4 multitasking support.

1.4

May 19, 2010

New Blocks page helps address a range of moving lights or other devices. This universal release works natively on iPad.
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1.3

December 17, 2009

Jump directly to a DMX or percentage on Levels page; play sounds to set dipswitches without looking at display; general cosmetic makeover. Fixed switch display bug.
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1.2

December 1, 2009

Dipswitch display now on its own page, and switches can be set manually. Second new page has DMX level chart to cross-reference DMX, percentage and MIDI levels.
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1.1

August 15, 2008

+/-10 buttons can now be changed to any value. Multiple options for dip switch display.
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1.0

July 30, 2008

Price History of DMXCalc

Description of DMXCalc

Entertainment lighting equipment uses a control system called DMX512. DMXCalc is a simple and elegant calculator which does address arithmetic for DMX equipment. You can enter a DMX universe number and a device address to have DMXCalc calculate the absolute address. Or enter an absolute address to see the universe and device address. The + and - buttons can be set to increment or decrement the address by any block size. Handy for addressing a sequence of moving lights. When there is not enough space in the current universe for another fixture, the Address and + values turn red. Some DMX equipment utilizes dip switches to configure the address. The dip switch page has switches which show the settings for the current address value, or you can set the switches to match those on a light and discover what its address is. The sound button "plays" dipswitch settings so you can set switches without looking at the display. The Block page can be loaded with a range of blocks, based on the block size and starting at the current address. Tapping any block on the list loads that address into the calculator and dip switches, and tapping the arrow shows a list of all locations in the block, with both local and absolute addresses. This feature is particularly useful for addressing a series of moving lights, dimmer packs, or LED fixtures. A fourth page has a quick reference list showing all DMX level values from 0 to 255, with corresponding percentage, hexadecimal, and MIDI values. Altogether indispensable for the entertainment lighting technician.
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DMXCalc: FAQ

Is there an iPad version available for DMXCalc?

Yes, there is an iPad version available for DMXCalc.
The app was developed by West Side Systems, LLC.
The minimum required iOS version for the app to work is 9.0 or higher.
With a rating of 3.6 out of 5, DMXCalc is just okay among users.
The App Category Of Dmxcalc Is Productivity.
1.6.2 is the newly released version of the DMXCalc app.
DMXCalc updated on July 17, 2024.
The specific date when the app came out was February 6, 2023.
No objectionable content, suitable for young children.
Currently, DMXCalc supports English.
No, DMXCalc is not featured on Apple Arcade.
Unfortunately, users cannot make in-app purchases within DMXCalc.
Sorry, DMXCalc is not designed for integration with Apple Vision Pro.

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Reviews of DMXCalc

  • I like it but “flip” is broken

    I was trying to flip over the dip switches so that switch 1=256 as is sometimes the case but it seems the “flip” function isn’t working. It’s possible I misunderstood the use of that function also.

    Otherwise I really like the app and use it often for figuring out absolute addresses.
  • Seems okay, but doesn't work fully with OS8

    The first two pages seem to work fine, but the last two freeze the app. It does give absolute values, which is helpful, but for $1.99, I expect it to fully function.
  • Letters

    An option to change blocks from numerical fixture number 1: 1-6, 26: 151-156 to A: 1-6, Z: 151-156, AA: 157-162 and so on would be nice for rigs that prefer letters.