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Version: 17.0


T3 is a USB control surface which plugs into a Windows PC or laptop running the Titan Go software. See minimum PC specifications for details of the PC requirements. Four DMX outputs are provided, up to 16 DMX universes may be controlled over Ethernet (expandable with optional licence).


 A The Playback faders and buttons are the main place to store and play back cues or chases but can also be assigned a range of other functions.

 B The Page Select buttons let you change to a different page of playbacks. The bottom of the screen shows information about each playback (b in the next picture).

 C The Attribute Control wheels are used to set control values (attributes) for the fixtures, and also to set other parameters. The bottom right corner of the screen shows information about the parameters and values the wheels are controlling.

 D The Attribute select buttons are used to select which attributes of a fixture (e.g. colour, gobo, position) are going to be controlled using the Control wheels. The buttons light up to show you which attributes are active.

 E The Playback control buttons allow you to control cue lists and chases, and move about in the list.

 F The Numeric keypad and other control buttons are used to enter values and change controls on the system.

 G The Function buttons are used to carry out functions such as recording cues, copying, saving to disk, etc.

 H The Workspace, Macros and Executer buttons are programmable buttons which can be used to store cues such as strobe cues, workspaces (screen layouts), or button macros.

 I The Workspace Window buttons, along with the View button at the top right of the numeric keypad, are used to set which windows are shown on the screen. The Latch button bottom right keeps the current menu active.

 J The Menu Softkeys (labelled A - G) are used to select control options. The right hand side of the display shows what each one will do - if you are using a touch screen computer you can touch the softkey on-screen instead of using these buttons. The options for each key change depending on what the console is doing. Softkey commands are shown in the manual like this: Edit Times.

At the bottom of the Softkeys, the Locate button is used to light up and set selected fixtures to a zero position.

 K The Fixture Select buttons are used when programming to step through a range of selected fixtures, turn highlighting on or off, fan the values or select a pattern of fixtures.

 L The Syntax Select buttons are used to form syntax/keypad commands when you are programming.

PC Screen Layout

Titan is designed to be used with a touch screen, but may be used with a mouse. You can connect multiple monitors (to a maximum of 3) if your computer supports them.

Titan Go Screen

 a A range of different Workspace Windows may be shown on the screen. These contain touch buttons to control fixture selection, palette selection, groups, shapes, attributes, and so on. Visualiser may also be shown in a window. The windows can be repositioned and resized.

 b The Playback information shows the legend and other information about the playbacks on the 10 faders. You can select playbacks by touching in this area.

 c The System prompt area shows feedback about the current actions on the console. Below that are Context buttons which appear when relevant to the operation you are doing.

 d The system Menu softkeys are down the top right hand side. You can select these by touching or clicking them, or by using the menu buttons on the right hand edge of the control panel.

 e The Workspace Buttons allow you to quickly select and save different workspace screen layouts.

 f The Wheels display shows the current attributes or control parameters available on the 3 wheels. The Attribute status display (IPCGBESFX) above that shows which attributes are currently active or modified and allows you to select the active Attribute Bank.

Titan Mobile Connections panel

T3 Connections

All the connections required for the control panel are found on the right hand side. Most are self-explanatory.

 Q Four optically isolated DMX outputs are provided on 5-pin XLR. Up to 16 universes can be controlled via Art-Net or sACN using the network port on the host computer (expandable to 32 or 64 with optional additional licence).

 R USB-C to host computer. The panel is powered via the USB connection. A screw lock hole is provided for use with an appropriate USB-C cable.

 S Input for LTC timecode. A signal LED above the USB socket shows LTC activity.