If you are on a budget and still want the best lightshow for your money, then Lumicraft is the fixture brand to look for – however, how to get your show controlled and programmed? We wouldn’t be the most innovative budget lighting manufacturer if we would not have a solution: the Lumicraft LumiFACE USB-to-DMX interface, combined with some of the best PC-based DMX freeware programs that the software scene has to offer. Simply plug the USB-powered LumiFace into one of your USB ports, connect your lighting rig to the DMX output, start your freeware and you are good to go – whether you serve a live concert, a theatre performance, a party or you need control for architectural illumination.



  • USB-powered DMX interface, Open DMX standard (FTDI based)
  • Control LEDs for USB bus power and DMX signal
  • USB type B input socket
  • 3-Pin female DMX output connector (locking)
  • Rugged all-metal case with connector protection flanges and mounting holes


  • Supports 512 DMX channels
  • Manual show control with fader-style user interface plus cross-fader
  • Automated show control with scene and scene sequence programming
  • Sound-to-light
  • Large device library
  • Graphical DDF creator for new device definitions
  • Graphical illustration of stage setting
  • Interface to “Magic 3D Easy View”
  • System requirements:
  • Windows 97 / 98SE / ME / 2000 / XP / Vista
  • CPU min. PIII 800MHz
  • 512 MB memory
  • Download the latest version
  • Optional software: PC Dimmer – download latest version at



  • Chipset: FTDI-232
  • DMX CH Hold: no
  • Input connector: USB type B socket
  • Output connector: 3-pin XLR (female)
  • Power supply: USB bus +5V
  • Power consumption: max. 80mW
  • Size LxWxH: 75x37x35mm
  • Weight: 0.13 kg (net)



The LumiFace can be modified to suit the customer’s needs. The following options are available (only on order – not for retrofit):

  • Top Panel user interface printing
  • Packaging artwork



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