Pyrodigital™ Firing System

The Pyrodigital™ firing system is one of the most versital and reliable computerized firing systems in the world. The impeccable reputation of reliability of the Pyrodigital system, and the quality and variety of the choreographic possibilities that it offers, make it a tool of choice for the most important fireworks companies and theme parks around the world. The most prestigious displays worldwide are displayed with the Pyrodigital™ technology, from the Statue of Liberty, to Eiffel Tower in Paris, The Pyramids of Giza, several Gold Jupiters in Montréal, world renowned theme park , Universal Studios and many more.

Pyrodigital™ Consultant’s Phase III Firing System is a Professional Level Tool. This tool is an integrated hardware system which provides a means in which to fire industry standard pyrotechnic squibs under the control of a dedicated personal computer, the Pyrodigital™ Field Controller, or other Pyrodigital™ Phase III Controller.

The Phase III System can be divided into two major components, The SYSTEM CONTROLLER and the  SYSTEM NETWORK. The SYSTEM CONTROLLER is what Controls the operation of the Phase III SYSTEM NETWORK. This Controller is at the Control Location, at the point where the operator controls the Fireworks Display or Special Effects. The System Controller is the Pyrodigital™ Field Controller.

The SYSTEM NETWORK is composed of the Firing Modules, the Interconnecting Cables, and the Splitter Boxes. This Network originates at the System Controller via the single main Interconnecting Cable (or Wireless network) that is connected to the System Controller. This main Interconnecting Cable then goes to the first Splitter Box which is then connected with additional Interconnecting Cables to the Firing Modules. One (or more) of these Interconnecting Cables can also go to additional Splitter Box(s) via more Interconnecting Cables to which additional Firing Modules are connected.

These are the major components of the PD system:

Field Controller (click here)

Firing Module (click here)

Wireless Network (click here)