Dynamic Architectural Lighting Control on a new level
Dynamic Lighting Control
Work timeline based!
Drag & drop, fade in & out, create cues and jump within trigger points. In line with your expectations!
Patch the whole matrix!
Arrange single fixtures or create and setup a complex facade instantly, your project, your tool!
Blend with layers and keyframing!
Create stunning layered effects with multiple blend modes.
Effects, scenes and media files.
Select pre-built effects from the library or create your own powerful effects. Not enough? Import and convert your own existing Media. Content to pixels!
Functional Lighting Control
Easy handling of DALI, both DT6 or DT8. Monochrome, DW, RGB, RGBW. Need to control DALI 2 devices? We are ready!
Involve the environment - no matter if its daylight, motion, time or astronomic events. Create light curves based on daytime / daylight (HCL)!
Anywhere you like!
Prepare everything at any location, and map real devices with the powerful DALI manager. You can test entire lines or individual luminaires.
A better group!
Combine ballasts from different DALI lines to a group – they can be a member of several groups…. or simply broadcast!
Comissioning & Setup
Scale with your needs. Using our network based SYMPL controller range, your project can start from a single output device up to hundreds!
Safe and reliable!
Our lighting system has been designed to run 24/7/365. We provide tools to monitor and inform in case of any failure. Utilising a backup device provides the best possible safety for a 100% redundant system.
Quick and easy!
Identify and/or add your SYMPL devices with just a fingertip. Advanced testing functions built in to the SYMPL device will make testing your luminaires on-site much easier.
Reduce on-site hassle – prepare your project at your favorite place using offline devices and fixtures. Then, when you are on-site simply replace with your actual devices and fixtures.
Visual programming within the workflow designer enables infinite possibilities to create smart logical workflows. This is the most powerful way to connect everything with everyone.
Access for everyone!
The ActionPad Designer is an easy to use tool to create ActionPad or website which allows interaction with your lighting installation. Everyone can have a dedicated control interface adapted to their own needs . For the best user experience on mobile devices, use the SymphoTouch App.
Interface with other Systems!
The newly implemented (REST) API is the standard way to communicate with 3rd party systems. From a 3rd party system it is possible to start, stop, fade, monitor, view alerts or make content changes from one or more Sympholight instances via your local network or from the internet.
Hey Experts - This is for you!
Sometimes, writing your own script can solve tasks faster or enable additional functionality. With our inbuilt C# scripting-editor you can create your own functionality blocks – and then simply drop it into the workflow designer and connect it with other objects.
Digital & Analog
FEATURE: Initial support for Chinese localization.
FEATURE: The 3D canvas can be disabled (muted) automatically when it is not needed, e.g. when the commissioning is done.
FEATURE: New top-level buttons to mute the e:net communication (see below) and to prevent the interruption of the live DMX output from the Output tab, when the user switches to the Content tab or Setup tab.
FEATURE: The integrated REST Server allows controlling and monitoring SYMPHOLIGHT instances over a secure HTTPS connection from a remote system.
FEATURE: The REST API is browsable via the integrated Swagger web application. Detailed documentation for each REST request is available there.
FEATURE: The Scripting API has been enhanced and simplified. More documentation is available, both offline as well as when typing. Debugging the scripts is easier. Devices, RDM, custom DMX, Content Management, Workflow blocks and system information can now be accessed from Scripting.
FEATURE: Scripts can now consist of more than one class and each class can consist of more than one method accessible from the Workflow Designer.
FEATURE: Added support for the new e:cue LCE3.
FEATURE: Added a button to clear the log view.
FEATURE: e:bus installations can now be monitored for troubleshooting.
FEATURE: Added support for the new test mode of SYMPL nodes.
CHANGE: The Fixture Library has been cleaned up. Commonly used devices like generic “RGB” now have clearer names and obsolete devices have been removed.
CHANGE: The 3D canvas no longer shows a confusing depth when working with planar 2D layouts.
CHANGE: Improved the performance of the DMX output (tested with up to 2100 DMX universes).
FIX: Many performance and usability improvements
FEATURE: Separated the views for: Controllers, SYMPHOLIGHT instances and layout elements like fixtures. This gives a better overview in bigger projects.
FEATURE: A new dialog for adding and managing controllers offers more clarity and performance for commissioning in small and big projects. Users can add multiple controllers at once and many management tasks are made easily accessible.
FEATURE: Mute the e:net access to controllers for any SYMPHOLIGHT or SYMPL Core S instances. This allows easy handover of controllers from one SYMPHOLIGHT or SYMPL Core S to another.
FEATURE: Log files from a SYMPL Core S can be downloaded using the context menu in the SYMPHOLIGHT instances view.
FEATURE: The enhanced SYMPL Core S project upload dialog allows a direct project upload and handover of e:net controllers in one step.
FEATURE: Videos can now be imported in any resolution to provide higher quality needed in bigger projects or smaller videos e.g. for the SYMPL Core S.
FEATURE: The new black level threshold sets the output to zero for pixels with a value below the threshold.
FEATURE: More logical sorting and naming of Workflow blocks. This follows the basic flow “Triggers / Inputs -> Processing -> Output / Action”. The property grid has been simplified as well.
FEATURE: A new “Observe controller” block to observe e:net controllers allows maintenance and tracking e:net controller data e.g. on the ActionPad.
FEATURE: The new system status block “Observe System” gives live access to many aspects of the running SYMPHOLIGHT instance. This is useful for maintenance, visualization on the ActionPad or reporting to a central server.
FEATURE: The new blocks “Send to Network” and “Receive from Network” allow transferring data and events from configurable ports over the network. This saves the user from implementing boilerplate code in Scripting for the same task.
FEATURE: Fading from one value to another is now implemented in a dedicated “Fade” block. This allows smooth and easily configurable fading. The “Fade” block supports different flavors of inputs like buttons, switches or GlassTouch devices.
FEATURE: The new “Permit Event” block can disable Workflow events when a condition is satisfied.
FEATURE: New “Build RDM command” and “Send RDM” blocks are implemented for building and sending many RDM commands. Possible targets are all devices (broadcast), a single universe or a single device. One out of many use cases is changing the personality at runtime.
FEATURE: The new “Generic Control Sequence” block can start, pause or stop sequences by their Id. Also, start / pause / stop events from all sequences can be consumed at one place. Easy access to the Grand Master is also offered.
FEATURE: The “Event To Value” block allows configuring multiple named events. When triggered, the named value is pushed to its output.
FEATURE: The “Periodic Trigger” block now provides an interval resolution of 100ms. The smallest interval is now 100ms.
CHANGE: The ActionPad page navigation in the Workflow Designer is now name based and no longer index based.
CHANGE: The ActionPad now provides a clear modern design, by default. The properties of the controls have been simplified.
FEATURE: More customization options for the fader control allow detailed styling and different shapes.
CHANGE: Scanning and addressing of devices no longer happens automatically and unpredictably. Instead, the user has more control when maintaining the DALI installation.
FEATURE: New global commands “Scan All”, “Delete Device with Address Collisions and Rescan” for resolving collisions, “Address only unaddressed” for added devices and “Readdress all Devices”.
FEATURE: New per device commands “Check Device Address Collision”, “Delete device” and “Modify Short Address”.
FEATURE: New status icons in the DALI view indicate busy and error conditions.
FEATURE: Added settings to control the DALI bus in case the connection to the SYMPL DALI node is interrupted.