ETC's Eos RPU3 can provide primary and backup control in Ti, Eos, Gio and Gio @5 control systems, or it can be used as a stand-alone lighting playback unit. A 2U device, it can be mounted into 19" equipment racks or road cases.
The front of the RPU3 includes a power switch, USB port and 20 user-programmable buttons with backlit labels for frequently used functions. The buttons have default mapping, including Live, Blind, Go, Stop/Back and paging controls, and can be reprogrammed for your system's individual requirements. There are 3 Display port connectors on the RPU3, which works with single- or multi-touch displays. The RPU3 comes with two individually-configured, power-sourcing network ports, and there are four USB ports on the back panel. It has local I/O, including two DMX ports, MIDI In/Out, and a remote trigger.
Eos RPU3 Features
Full Eos power in a 19" rack, use as primary or backup
8 or 48 DMX universes with no co-processing
20 user-definable buttons
Supports three external high resolution Display Port monitors or touchscreens
2 DMX/RDM outputs
2 RJ45 outputs (sACN, ETCNet2, Net3, ArtNet, and Avab UDP)
5 USB Ports, plus Contact Closure and MIDI connections
Up to three fader wings may be used
Eos Family Features
Show file compatibility with the entire Eos Family, from the Eos Ti down to the Element² and ETCnomad.
Three user-definable workspaces per monitor, each with discrete split-screen controls, frame management, and snapshots.
Custom-design your control interface using Magic Sheets, with topographical or abstract layouts. Full interaction with the command line allows command instructions - from the simplest and most immediate to the most complex - accessed from a mouse or single- or multi-touch displays.
Configure and program a pixel-map layout, using integral or custom-designed content.
Award-winning color controls, including six Color Pickers and a Gel Picker for color mixing.
Client/server networking and synchronized backup using multiple consoles and/or RPUs
Client and Offline programming on PC³ and Mac³ via ETCnomad
99 discrete online users with partitioned control
32,768 Control Channels (Fixtures)⁴
10,000 Cues and 999 Cue Lists
200 Active Playbacks and 999 Submasters
100 Fader Pages for Playbacks and Submasters
1,000 each of Presets, Palettes, Groups, Effects, Snapshots, Curves, and Color Paths
² The Element does not support Multiple Cue Lists or more than one active playback. Additionally, fader wings are not supported.
³ PC requires Windows 7 or higher. Mac requires macOS Mojave or later. The ETCnomad software is free for offline programming or "mirror mode", but requires a dongle to act as a client.
⁴ The console is still limited by the number of DMX universes/outputs, thus you may not be able to use all these channels.
Mouse, Mouse Pad, Keyboard, 3x DisplayPort to DVI Adapters, Power Cord