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Old December 13th, 2016   #1
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Default Fixtures that support RDM?

Hi all, new to RDM and had a few questions:

1. I understand the DMX controller/engine needs to support RDM, but does the fixture?
2. Are there ways of taking a standard fixture and "upgrading" it to support RDM, or would that need to be done in silicon?

I have a 24ch 24v DMX decoder I'm using to control several LED light strips. However, I would like to utilize the RDM functionality of the decoder (which it does have), but I cannot find any LED strip lighting that explicitly has RDM support. Is that because ONLY the engine needs to support it? Thanks for any help.
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