DMX requires RS485 communication at 500K baud. The JNIOR 412 DMX handles this inherently. The JNIOR 410 has the ability to handle RS485. An additional application must be loaded to get the DMX data to be streamed out the AUX port. You can read about using the JNIOR 410 and a 412 DMX Alternative. The downside of this is that there is additional overhead on the JNIOR and that the AUX port is not properly isolated. In most cases the lack of isolation is not an issue but it could be given certain circumstances.
At the time of writing this article, in 2022, we have found it hard to acquire the components needed to build the 412DMX unit due to supply chain issues and chip shortages.
While using the 410 as a DMX alternative would work, some people like the IO mix on the 412. So we decided to look at what it would take to use the 412 as a DMX alternative. It turns out that an RS232 to RS485 adapter with a NULL modem will do the trick. Here are links to the components that we tested an commanded DMX fixtures with here in the office.
DTECH RS232 to RS485 / RS422 Serial Communication Data Converter Adapter Mini-Size
DB9 Null Modem Adapter Male to Male