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Old February 9th, 2009   #1
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Lightbulb Product Marking for RDM Compliance

Hi all,

When we implement RDM in a product, we intend to affix a sticker to make it clear to the user that the product's firmware now supports RDM. As this is to be an upgrade to some existing products, marking the individual product as RDM compliant is useful to us versus simply modifying the specification of the product.

We have decided to make this artwork freely available for anyone to use in their products once RDM is implemented. The artwork is based up on Wayne Howells proposed splitter markings (published in Control Freak). Wayne is happy for us to use a variation of his original concept in this way.

The artwork is available for download in a zipped format at the link below, containing Corel Draw, AI, EPS and Jpg versions of the artwork. http://support.zero88.com/main/en/download/504

We have kept the artwork to a single colour to enable it to be printed on as many products as possible.
Peter Kirkup
VP Entertainment - LumenRadio AB

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Goddard Design will most likely use it to
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