What are the features of the Pico2 Re-Mapper

Ever needed to re-map DMX channels in an installation? Maybe you don't have access to the original programming and now you got a new light fixture with a different profile. This controller can hook up on your DMX line and re-map any of the channels. For each output channel you can configure which input channel it should take data from, or if it should be a fixed value.

Purchase Information

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DMX features

  • Refresh rate follows input

  • Per-channel configuration: - straight channel to channel - channel X to Y - split any input channel to multiple output channels - fixed output value

Digital Input

The 4 digital inputs can be configured to drive DMX channels, even when there's no DMX input to the re-mapper. This can be used as a simple setup with up to 4 push buttons driving light fixtures.

Digital Output

The 4 digital outputs are connected to DMX channels 1-4 on the DMX input. Any time one of those channels go above 127 then the output for that channel goes high. This can be used to drive relays and other equipment directly from DMX.


Configuration via text-based configuration tool, connected via USB to a Windows machine (see releases). Configuration is stored in a dedicated part of the 2MB flash memory. The config utility allows you to download/upload settings and store/load into YML text files locally on your computer.



  • Wall/surface

  • DIN rail


  • USB-C (USB-A to C cable included)

  • 7-28V DC via power input block (reverse polarity protected)

  • Typical power consumption is 30mA at 12V, less than 1 watt


  • Output is driven by the input, even if all channels are set to fixed value, without an input nothing will be sent on the output. However when the digital inputs are used then a 40 Hz output is generated.

  • Since the device is in-line in the DMX stream, it will introduce latency of about one DMX frame (~25mS). It will read the full DMX frame, then run the mapping (which is very quick) and after that send out the frame on the output port. The latency will be consistent though, same on each frame.

  • RDM data is not passed through the device

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