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    RIYA Co Ltd proud to announced new (microprocessor-based) line of laser show controllers –

    RIYA MultiBus controllers

    (in three versions: Pro, Basic (boxed and OEM), and Micro)




    Common parameters for all versions:

    - Real time translation by USB (all models) and Ethernet (Pro and Basic) interfaces;
    - SD memory card based stand alone player for ILDA files (64 banks * 64 ILDA shows, temp correction, with control by keyboard/regulators);
    - X&Y – 12 bit DAC;
    - Intensity, Red, Green, Blue – 8 bit DAC;
    - Max frame size (points) - 2000;
    - double buffered memory;
    - Powered from external power supply +5V 0,25A or from USB interface;
    - Software support – RIYA, LDS and Phoenix software;


    Embedded functions for all versions:

    - Geometric correction: Size/Shift/Mirror for X&Y;
    - Color settings:
    Color Shift (+/- 8 points);
    Conversion color outputs for RGB/RGY/Monochrome laser projectors;
    Independent correction color outputs for analog or TTL laser modules (with level inversion);
    - Network (IP parameters) setting (Basic and Pro ver.);






    RIYA MultiBus Basic

    - Realtime translation by USB and Ethernet interfaces;
    - SD memory card, up to 2GB;
    - Scanrate: up to 55 000 PPS;
    - Boxed and OEM versions;
    - Control translation from SD card:
    Automatic playback: start playing automatically upon power-up;
    choice shows by 4 key (“Play/Pause”, “Show/Bank”, “Temp Down” and “Temp Up”);
    choice shows by USB and Ethernet interfaces;







    RIYA MultiBus Pro


    - Realtime translation by USB and Ethernet interfaces;
    - SD memory card, up to 2 GB
    - Colour LCD display - translation frames in realtime together with laser display;
    - Scanrate: 33 000 PPS with LCD display, 55 000 PPS without LCD display;
    - TTL in/out lines - 8;
    - Control translation from SD card:
    Automatic playback: start playing automatically upon power-up;
    choice shows by 7 key (“Play/Pause”, “Show Down”, “Show Up”, “Bank Down”, “Bank Up”, “Temp Down” and “Temp Up”) - for Pro version;
    choice shows by three regulators (“Bank”, “Show” and “Temp” choice) - for Pro version;
    choice shows by USB and Ethernet interfaces;







    RIYA MultiBus Micro

    - Realtime translation by USB interface;
    - MicroSD (TransFlash) memory card, up to 2 GB;
    - Scanrate: up to 55 000 PPS;
    - Control translation from MicroSD card:
    Automatic playback: start playing automatically upon power-up;
    choice shows by 2 key (“Play/Pause”, “Show/Bank”);
    choice shows by USB interface;




    With best regards
    Ihor
    www.riyalasers.com
    Last edited by riyalasers; 10-05-2007 at 03:49.

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    Nice pictures... what about them prices though?

    I like that LCD screen.
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    All products should have an LCD on it somewhere!

    Pro with the LCD looks verry nice, pricing on all the above?

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    Current prices:
    EURO 150/200/250 for Micro/Basic/Pro versions

    In future prices can change depending on the quantity of sales

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    Smile basic package

    hi
    how much will it cost me for software to go with the dac
    thanks
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    Very interesting. Does the Multibus Basic come with an API? If so, what does it cost?

    thanks

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    I dont even know what I'm talking about and I want one.....would this replace the FB3?


    Do these things support anologue blanking???

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    This is the same as the FB3 but will make lesser quality images. Pangolin products are the best by a long shot.
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    To badger1666:

    how much will it cost me for software to go with the dac
    thanks

    We are small company, we have some experience in developing of lasershow controllers and unfortunately we have not "high level" own software product. But some companies use our controllers with their software products.


    For all users:
    First: we have open IP for our controllers, so, developers of software can connect our controllers to their products fast and effective;

    Second:
    In set with controllers we give two utilities (they are free-of-charges):

    RIYASettings (530K)



    - for setting IP parameters (IP address, Mask and Gateway);
    - for setting geometric corrections: size/shift/mirror )for X&Y separately);
    - for setting parameters for laser modules and scanners (more in detail - below)



    RIYAShowToSD (360K)



    - load ILDA files (with palette choice);
    - preview ILDA files on screen;
    - translation ILDA files to laser projector;
    - upload laser shows to SD card (with scanrate choice) (64 banks*64 shows)
    These operations can be done by USB or Ethernet interfaces



    For beginners:
    We have own ILDA player RIYA_LiveRunner (5MB)



    This product allows:
    - to make base of ILDA files;
    - to play ILDA files with music;
    - to change speed of translation;
    - to make geometric corrections.

    Of cource this software is not "Hi-End"
    But it is FREE_OF_CHARGE!!!



    For "basic" level users:

    - Phoenix software (Bocatec, Germany);
    - Laser Design Studio (Germany);
    - Mamba (Medialas, Germany) *note: Mamba was support our previous version of controllers, and we not tested Mamba with MultiBus version


    For "professional" level users:
    You can use Pro version of software products, which are pointed higher, but we reccomend to use our 3_in_1 version of controllers for professional applications.

    3_in_1 version of controllers provide:
    - PCI, USB and Ethernet interfaces;
    - is faster (200 000 PPS in PCI mode);
    - is more stable (it is FPGA based - provide multiprocess operations);
    - is more precision (timing characteristics);
    - up to 16 000 pionts frame size;
    - have 6 colors, Intensity and Shutter (analog modulation);
    - position and gain modulation of laser frames depend of music (in hardware);
    - Z channel;
    - isolated DMX in and out;
    - 16 TTL in and 16 TTL out lines.
    Last edited by riyalasers; 10-06-2007 at 05:18.

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    Does any of your set ups support analog blanking?

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    Looks like they do support analog:

    Common parameters for all versions:
    - Intensity, Red, Green, Blue 8 bit DAC
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    I really like this because it can be used with different software or you can write your own.

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    According to the specs in the first post all they all support analogue blanking / colour. Max of 2000 points per frame seems a little low though.
    Last edited by Lampy; 10-06-2007 at 01:55. Reason: beaten to it by two people! must type faster!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoof View Post
    Very interesting. Does the Multibus Basic come with an API? If so, what does it cost?

    thanks

    API is FREE-OF-CHARGE

    You can download SDK (270K)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laser Ben View Post
    This is the same as the FB3 but will make lesser quality images. Pangolin products are the best by a long shot.


    Expline please this:
    "will make lesser quality images"



    And other:
    "Pangolin products are the best by a long shot"

    Pangolin is REALLY WORLD LEADER!!!
    As engineer I agree: Pangolin's products ALWAYS is high quality.
    But it not means that all developers in lasershow area should stop their work and go to "street cleaner"
    Last edited by riyalasers; 10-06-2007 at 02:15.

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    Hahaha .

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    Quote Originally Posted by allthatwhichis View Post
    Does any of your set ups support analog blanking?

    Yes, we use analog: blanking, R, G, B

    And more: we have many settings in MultiBus controller:



    - Color shift (-8...+8);
    - Setting "black points" (0-32) in begin and end of frame (it allows to translate images without visible "tails" between the last and first point of frames);
    - RGB/RGY/Mono/Without blanking laser projector;
    - Analog ot TTL control separately for each laser modules (with threshold setting);
    - inversionlevel control for each modules separately (we looked surprise situation in one chinese RGY laser projector: for "open" green module was used +5 Volt level, but for RED module - invers (0 Volt) lewel )
    Last edited by riyalasers; 10-07-2007 at 01:56.

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    As engineer I agree: Pangolin's products ALWAYS is high quality.
    But it not means that all developers in lasershow area should stop their work ang go to "street cleaner"
    Hi Riya

    LOL welcome to the forums and glad to see you have a sense of humour, the pricing looks really good, and I know your company has been involved with lasers for many years and you have a wealth of knowledge.

    we all welcome any company that can support our hobby .. thanks

    Karl

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    Riya,
    Did you get ma PM??

    Pangolin FB3 QS/LivePro/SMS2Laser
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lampy View Post
    ... Max of 2000 points per frame seems a little low though.
    I agree!!!
    But it is not forever:
    - in future we can use new type of microprocessor which is used on our controller with two-times bigger memory (it is announced from Atmel company up to new year);
    - will possible to make compression frames

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    I like the built in network port. Does it allow live control via the network or is it for triggering the frames stored on the card?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lampy View Post
    I like the built in network port. Does it allow live control via the network or is it for triggering the frames stored on the card?
    MultiBus provide:
    - translation frames (shows) in real time (live) by USB or Ethernet;
    - choice shows which is writted on SD card by USB and Ethernet (send only commands)

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    I checked out the API but it was for the PCI pro card instead. I'm curious to see the API for the cards you have listed here because I may be interested in getting one.

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    Hi can you tell me from where i can get your products for the prices that you have quoted
    Quote Originally Posted by riyalasers View Post
    Current prices:
    EURO 150/200/250 for Micro/Basic/Pro versions

    In future prices can change depending on the quantity of sales
    most Laser companys never put there prices on the goods they are selling ,i am in the uk you have laser electronics as one of your dealers in the uk but the web site does not list any of your products at all thank you for your time on this matter .Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by carmangary View Post
    I checked out the API but it was for the PCI pro card instead. I'm curious to see the API for the cards you have listed here because I may be interested in getting one.
    Our last drivers and dll support all (new and previous) versions of our controllers.

    SDK is one for all our controllers too (it is named RIYA_PCI_Pro_SDK_NET because first our controller was done in PCI version)
    Last edited by riyalasers; 10-06-2007 at 04:19.

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