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Martin MUM (Multi-Utility Manager) is a management and programming application for intelligent lighting products such as the Martin Exterior  and Tripix series. MUM is included in the Martin USB Tools software and drivers package that can be downloaded free of charge from the Martin website.

  • Windows-based configurator with graphical interface for stand-alone programming
  • Read and change address, real-time clock, light level, stand-alone settings and more
  • Compatible with Martin DABS1™ USB interface box

Features

  • Windows-based configurator with graphical interface for stand-alone programming
  • Read and change address, real-time clock, light level, stand alone settings and more
  • Recognizes connected fixture automatically - no need for set up
  • Backup library of stand-alone programs on PC
  • Compatible with Martin DABS1™ USB interface box

Tech Specs

Control and Programming Supports wide range of Martin Architectural luminaires Intuitive graphic user interface DMX address setting Stand-alone show programming Synchronized (master/slave) operation setup Stores and uploads luminaire settings Downloads luminaire information and diagnostic messages Automatic luminaire recognition
Minimum System Requirements Windows 7 or 8 Intel Core processor 1 GB RAM 30 MB available hard disk space USB 1.1 (or higher) port for DABS1™ hardware interface Laptop required for mobility at installation site
Related Items Martin DABS1™ USB interface box incl. cables: P/N 90758090 DMX termination plug, 3-pin male XLR: P/N 91613017 DMX termination plug, RJ45: P/N 91613028
Ordering Information MUM™ is included in the Martin USB Tools™ package (free download from Martin™ website)

Downloads

Filename Version Language Size Uploaded
Software
Windows 17 Martin USB Tools 1.2    107 MB Dec 13, 2017
Manuals
Download 17 Martin MUM User Guide en  430 KB Jan 27, 2014
MUM Compatibility en    Jan 27, 2014
Service Notes
Compatibility Issues Software Uploader en    Mar 07, 2016

Support/FAQs

MUM (discontinued)