T1 and T2 are USB devices which plug into a Windows PC or laptop. See minimum PC specifications for details of the PC requirements. Both devices include an AvoKey.
T1 will control a single universe of DMX, from its 5-pin XLR output or over Ethernet from the host computer (fixed to Universe 1). USB-MIDI devices are not supported.
T2 will control two universes of DMX, output on two 5-pin XLRs or over Ethernet from the host computer (fixed to Universes 1 and 2), and has an input for Audio/LTC timecode for external triggering. It also enables the use of a USB MIDI device for MIDI triggering of Titan, which for example would allow you to use a MIDI fader surface. You can connect the T3 or Titan Mobile fader wing to provide physical faders.
The older Titan One dongle (now discontinued) also provided a single universe of DMX output on a 5-pin XLR or over Ethernet. USB-MIDI devices are not supported.
This version of the Titan One dongle with the fixed USB cable does not include an AvoKey; a separate AvoKey must be purchased and attached to another USB port on your computer to allow use of Titan v12 and later.
Installing the Titan software
Install the Titan PC Suite software on your PC (see Connecting up T3/Titan Mobile and T1/T2) before you plug in the USB, to make sure the correct drivers are installed. The link also lists some Windows settings you should check to avoid interruptions to your show.
The T1 and T2 devices use the Titan Go application. All functions are identical to the Titan software used on consoles, but the operating screen layout is slightly different to a console display as it provides virtual touch buttons and faders to replace the physical controls on the consoles.