LumenRadio, world leaders in wireless DMX, recently released a new version of
SuperNova – Supernova 4. SuperNova is a complete system management tool for
monitoring and configuring your lighting network and with the new features and
improved UI this market leading RDM management tool has got even better.

With support for both CRMX and 3rd party Art-Net nodes from other manufacturers,
SuperNova provides a clear and detailed view of the status of your entire network –
both wired and wireless devices. RDM enabled fixtures can be configured and
monitored from the software, with configuration of common parameters just a click

SuperNova 4 features a new and improved UI. The all-new flat design is aimed to
work extremely well on not only your regular laptop, but also on tablet type
computers with touch screen, such as Microsoft Surface. Among the new features is
that now you have unlimited access to RDM through 3rd party Art-Net nodes for any
number of universes, configuration of dimmer specific parameters such as dimmer
curves, improved support for sub-devices, improved support for saving complete
projects to disk and improved support for multi-screen systems. Furthermore
SuperNova 4 now supports the latest version of Java, which means that it now will
install and run on any new version of Microsoft Windows or Apple’s Mac OS.

“During the last couple of years we have released a number of new products for our
hardware products, CRMXchip that revolutionized wireless DMX receivers, TiMo RX
and TiMo FX that did the same for RDM users, and last year we released the USB
transmitter that brings CRMX to a whole new level of users. We now thought it were
time to give some love to our software product, SuperNova, as well.’ Michael
Karlsson, R&D Manager at LumenRadio, explains. He elaborates: “Among the new
features, my favourite is support for doing firmware updates wirelessly over the air
directly to a supported receiver.’

SuperNova 3 was awarded the PLASA award for Innovation and now we proudly
present its successor – SuperNova 4.