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NanoScope Analyser

NanoScope Analyser

SKU: NanoScope

nanoScope DMX512/RDM Tester with Caribiner| Artistic Licence
nanoScope DMX512/RDM Tester with Caribiner| Artistic Licence
nanoScope DMX512/RDM Tester | Artistic Licence
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The NanoScope is a powerful DMX512/RDM, battery powered tester, built into a 5-pin XLR connector.

In 'Pixel Mode', nanoScope simply displays the first three DMX channels as an RGB mix. This allows NanoScope to be used as a pixel mimic to provide confidence that the expected data is on the cable.

In 'Analysis Mode', nanoScope displays a sequence of coloured blips, that represent different attributes of the DMX512 signal. The sequence comprises one long blip followed by a train of short blips.

  • Simple DMX512 and RDM Tester
  • Easy to read multicolour LED indicator
  • Built-in 5-Pin XLR connector
  • Supports Protocols DMX512, DMX512 (1990), DMX512-A, RDM
  • Powered by 2 x AAA batteries (included)
  • Hook to your tool belt with included carabiner

Product Details


A recessed slide-switch is mounted into the end of the nanoScope. This is used as a power on/off switch and to select Pixel and Analysis modes.

Pixel Mode

In 'Pixel Mode', NanoScope simply displays the first three DMX channels as an RGB mix. This allows NanoScope to be used as a pixel mimic to provide confidence that the expected data is on the cable.

Analysis Mode

In 'Analysis Mode', NanoScope displays a sequence of coloured blips, that represent different attributes of the DMX512 signal. The sequence comprises one long blip followed by a train of short blips:.

Long Blip

The long blip will be either green or red to indicate overall good or bad data respectively.

Short Blips

The train of short blips can contain: .

  • Orange: Break Length out of range, less than 88uS (an error)
  • Magenta: Mark After Break (MaB), less than 8uS (an error)
  • Yellow: Framing error (an error but does occur legitimately during RDM discovery)
  • Red: RDM data format wrong (an error)
  • Pink: Packet too long, contains more than 512 channels (an error)
  • Cyan: Less than 512 channels in data (informational)
  • Warm White: Non-Zero start codes (excluding RDM) detected (usually informational but can be an error)
  • Green: RDM detected in data (informational)
  • Mint: RDM draft detected in data (informational)UV Blue: RDM responses detected (informational)
  • Ice Blue: DMX Test Packets detected (informational)

More Detail

If you need to monitor the DMX512 channel in more detail, we recommend you consider the Micro-Scope-3a.

NanoScope Datasheet NanoScope Datasheet (273 KB)
NanoScope Quick Start Guide NanoScope Quick Start Guide (257 KB)
NanoScope User Guide NanoScope User Guide (255 KB)
Application Note 0201 - DMX & RDM An Introduction Application Note 0201 - DMX & RDM An Introduction (218 KB)
NanoScope Declaration of Conformity NanoScope Declaration of Conformity (316 KB)
NanoScope Certificate of Origin NanoScope Certificate of Origin (28 KB)
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