Imago and Imago Wing are flexible, professional tools for modern programming. They are compact, light-weight, ergonomic, sophisticated, universal lighting control desks, always at hand, which can be easily carried around in a backpack.

IMAGO is based on a keypad, a sequential crossfade, six Subfaders and six Executor keys with illuminated keys. Because moving lights are central to most of today’s productions, IMAGO comes with four push wheels and dedicated keys, allowing operators to efficiently control fixture parameters. The IMAGO WING completes the IMAGO family offering, when associated to the IMAGO, additional control possibilities (18 Subfaders and 18 Executor keys).

The system works with Hathor software via a USB con- nection to a PC, with 16,384 parameters via Ethernet.


The Imago system can be used as a complementary controller to all ADB Hathor based consoles or in all applications where you need a powerful main lighting controller. Its compact size and light weight make it ideal for lighting designers who are always on the move.

Thanks to the illuminated keys, all functions, as well as the keypad and the Subfader numbers are easily readable in the dark.

• 32 Universes: 16,384 outputs / parameters via Ethernet
• Available Control Protocols: ARTNET, sACN, Sandnet, Pathport, Shownet
• 192 virtual Submasters (assignable in banks to physical
• faders) & 1000 Submasters pages
• 24 Playbacks & 1000 Sequences (“Cuelists”)
• Tracking mode for parameters, including automatic Move In Black, as well as CUE only mode in a very intuitive way






*available only for ADB control desks purchased from 03/2018.
You can download the Wily! app from the Apple store.


• 6 physical 60 mm Subfaders with Assign key, Start key and Flash button
• 6 Executor buttons (including Assign key and Start key)
• Loading possibilities: Channels, Groups, Presets, Looks, Chasers and Palettes
• 1 Sequential Theatrical Crossfade:
– 2 physicals 100 mm smooth faders
– GO / BACK / PAUSE / keys
• 1 Intensity / Speed control wheel
• 4 rotary Wheels with Pushbutton function
• 7 Attribute Group/Palette keys
• Virtually unlimited screen’s user layouts
• COPY ATT key
• 8 Free assignable keys
• Channel selection: +, -, Thru, +%, -%, At Level, All and Invert commands
• Direct Numeric entry for SEQUENCE Times and Spe- cial Times
• RECORD/UPDATE for Presets, Looks, Groups, Pal- ettes with filtered options
• EDIT key
• FETCH key

• 4 rotary Wheels with Pushbutton function
• 7 Attribute Group/Palette keys
• COPY ATT key
• FETCH key

–  2000 groups
–  15000 presets (cues)
–  1000 looks
–  24 playbacks
– 1000 sequences (cue lists)
– Individual special timed transitions for each parameter
–  1000 chasers
–  1000 effect templates
– 100 dimmer curves
–  1000 gel strings
– 16000 palettes (2000 palettes/attribute group)
– 7 attribute groups
–  100 instruments layouts
–  192 virtual submasters (assignable in banks to physical faders)
– 1000 submasters pages
–  Virtuality unlimited screen’s user layouts (stored to hard drive of control desk)
–  100 panels

Graphical User interface with 2D views (Channel’s layouts) which let the operator working directly on the light plot, with selection options (full mouse support, with extensive and intuitive use of drag’n drop and local menus).
Track Window allows editing of cues via Editor for Instrument parameters and intensities. Times and values can be edited, by numeric entry or by using dropdown menus. Tracking of all referenced objects such as Presets, Palettes, Groups, color frames and recorded Fader play-backs over the whole show.
Instrument Window :
Channels as Instruments, combining one or several types of devices such as dimmers, color changers, yokes and moving lights into one single Instrument.
Graphical device and dimmer patch with user definable curves.
Channel and Dimmer Live Test.
Cues organization by Free Sequence using Presets as reference, or Cue List.
Drag’n drop facilities to copy/paste or move steps (cues) in the sequence.
Objects such as Channels, Palettes, and Presets can be dragged and dropped from one place to another, generating very intuitive pop-up menus.
Objects such as Channels, Palettes and Presets can be selected and activated directly by finger tap.
Each step (cue) can be edited Live or Blind, channel by channel and parameter by parameter for values and crossfade times.
Attribute recordings as independent objects in the sequence.
7 basic Palette Attribute’s Groups as : Focus, Color, Beam, Pattern, Extra, All, Dynamics.
Reference Palettes and No reference Palettes.
Recording possibilities : Direct or Drag’n drop / Filters.
Palettes fully editable.
Tracking mode for fixture’s parameters with history background, editing and clean-up functions.
Extensive Factory Template Library as well as user definable templates with 16 bit resolution for any parameter and intensities.
Complete Template builder included, with direct access and live template modifications and check.
Copy Attributes command to copy parameter’s data from one luminaire to others of the same type.
Fetch Position command to copy parameter’s data from one cue in the list to stage for a selection of devices.
Fetch command to copy intensity’s data from one cue in the list to stage for a selection of channels.
Replace Fixture function to exchange one device for another one of different type.
Play (show) browser allowing offline browsing and editing of shows not currently loaded.
Devices Tools:
Color Picker / Gobo Picker.
Parameter entries in % or in degrees.
Pan invert /Tilt invert functions on input (without any consequences on show’s data).
Attributes are executed as “Move while Dark” as default by preference.

• DMX Out: 2 DMX512 XLR 5 pins female
• DMX In: 1 DMX512 XLR5 pin male
• 2 USB Ports A
• 1 USB Port B
• 1 Desk Lamp supply

Weight: 4.6 Kg
Dimensions: LxWxH (mm): 415 x 285 x 80
100 mm VESA connectors below the device.

• External Power supply 12 V 700 mA