Wall-mount button panel

•    6 Push Buttons
•    Buttons are backlit with white LEDs
•    web-interface for programming
•    DMX-512 output
•    Art-Net Output and Input
•    UDP Output and Input
•    OSC Output and Input
•    Compatible with Kiosc
•    32 fixtues in standalone mode
•    6 cuelists/zones in standalone mode
•    FX Generator
•    POE Class I


The B-Station is a wall-mount button panel with 6 push-buttons. It can remote control any function within the CueCore. The buttons are back-lit and can provide visual feedback, for example, to indicate the selected cue or active show. Multiple B-Stations can be networked together.

The B-Station is a great user-interface for triggering content inside a CueCore or QuadCore. Lighting scenes and dynamic shows can be activated by the touch of a button on a B-Station.

For small lighting projects with LED or white light, the B-Station offers a complete solution. The B-Station contains an inbuilt lighting controller that is capable of programming 32 fixtures. It has six independent cuelists with plenty of cues. It even features a FX generator for effects like sinus, rainbow, twinkle, random strobe, etc. The fixtures are connected to the onboard DMX port.

The B-Station speaks many protocols that are popular amongst AV equipment and systems integration. This makes the B-Station very suitable a wide range of third-party equipment like lighting controllers, video servers, audio and show control systems, etc.

The web-interface of the B-Station allows you to program triggers and actions based on incoming signals from any of the supported protocols such as UDP, OSC and Art-Net. Likewise, it is possible to send out messages or call internal software functions in the event of any trigger.

The B-Station can easily be combined with the CueCore2 and QuadCore lighting engines. Or the IoCore2, a GPI, GPO & RS-232 interface module. And the RdmSplitter, a DMX signal booster/splitter.

The B-Station comes with the ‘vManager’ software tool. vManager, allows you to discover B-Stations on the network, backup their internal data and upgrade firmware. There is also a simple program for creating custom touch-screen user-interfaces called Kiosc.