I am sure this information must be here somewhere and I'm just looking for it by the wrong name - I've attached a picture of the thing I know as the "stage manager's panel" and I would like very much to know how it and its brethren (one in the booth, one in the orchestra pit, one on the other side of backstage) interact with each other and especially with the Express 48/96. Surely there is an explanation here somewhere? I'm hoping that information will help me not have the work lights on during the show again this year (argh!!)
The thing in question is at the bottom left (the existing documentation is in the top half of the picture). I would also be interested, although less urgently, in learning about the remote focus unit at the bottom right.
Thanks, I hope!!
The panel in your picture is probably part of an ETC Unison Architectural Control system. Something like these: https://www.etcconnect.com/Products/Architectural-Systems/Paradigm/Control-Stations/Unison-Fader-Stations/Features.aspx
The shortest path to help is to give us a call at (800) 688 - 4116 and ask for Technical Service. Based on your location and the name of the facility, we may have drawings or other information about how your system was set up, and perhaps get you in touch with local ETC Authorized Service Providers who could service the system and/or give you training on it (and the Express as well).