Pro Spot PHS-101 User manual

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USER MANUAL
MODE D'EMPLOI
MANUAL DEL USUARIO
PHS-700
Pro-Head-Spot
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Inhaltsverzeichnis
Table of contents
Sommaire
Contenido
EINFÜHRUNG........................................................................................................................................ 4
SICHERHEITSHINWEISE....................................................................................................................... 4
BESTIMMUNGSGEMÄßE VERWENDUNG ............................................................................................. 5
GERÄTEBESCHREIBUNG ..................................................................................................................... 6
Features............................................................................................................................................. 6
Geräteübersicht .................................................................................................................................. 7
INSTALLATION...................................................................................................................................... 8
Lampeninstallation/Lampenwechsel ..................................................................................................... 8
Lampenjustierung................................................................................................................................ 9
Einsetzen/Austauschen von Gobos...................................................................................................... 9
Projektormontage.............................................................................................................................. 10
Anschluss an den DMX-512 Controller / Verbindung Projektor - Projektor............................................. 13
Anschluss ans Netz........................................................................................................................... 13
BEDIENUNG........................................................................................................................................ 14
Stand Alone-Betrieb .......................................................................................................................... 14
DMX-gesteuerter Betrieb ................................................................................................................... 14
Adressierung des Projektors............................................................................................................... 14
DMX-Protokoll................................................................................................................................... 15
Control Board ................................................................................................................................... 19
Hauptfunktionen................................................................................................................................ 20
Fehlermeldungen .............................................................................................................................. 26
REINIGUNG UND WARTUNG............................................................................................................... 27
Sicherungswechsel ........................................................................................................................... 28
TECHNISCHE DATEN.......................................................................................................................... 28
INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................................. 29
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS..................................................................................................................... 29
OPERATING DETERMINATIONS ......................................................................................................... 30
DESCRIPTION OF THE DEVICE .......................................................................................................... 31
Features........................................................................................................................................... 31
Overview .......................................................................................................................................... 32
INSTALLATION.................................................................................................................................... 33
Lamp adjustment .............................................................................................................................. 34
Inserting/Exchanging gobos............................................................................................................... 34
Rigging............................................................................................................................................. 35
DMX-512 connection / connection between fixtures............................................................................. 37
Connection with the mains................................................................................................................. 38
OPERATION........................................................................................................................................ 38
Stand Alone operation ....................................................................................................................... 38
DMX-controlled operation .................................................................................................................. 38
Addressing ....................................................................................................................................... 38
DMX-protocol.................................................................................................................................... 39
Control Board ................................................................................................................................... 43
Main functions................................................................................................................................... 44
Error Messages................................................................................................................................. 50
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE......................................................................................................... 51
Replacing the fuse............................................................................................................................. 51
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................................................ 52
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INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................................. 53
INSTRUCTIONS DE SÉCURITÉ............................................................................................................ 53
EMPLOI SELON LES PRESCRIPTIONS............................................................................................... 54
DESCRIPTION DE L'APPAREIL........................................................................................................... 55
Features........................................................................................................................................... 55
Aperçue des parties........................................................................................................................... 56
INSTALLATION.................................................................................................................................... 57
Ajustage de la lampe ......................................................................................................................... 58
Introduire/échanger gobos................................................................................................................. 58
Montage du projecteur....................................................................................................................... 59
Connexions au contrôleur DMX-512 / raccord projecteur - projecteur.................................................... 62
Alimentation...................................................................................................................................... 62
MANIEMENT........................................................................................................................................ 63
Opération Stand Alone ...................................................................................................................... 63
Contrôle par DMX ............................................................................................................................. 63
Codage du projecteur........................................................................................................................ 63
Protocôle DMX.................................................................................................................................. 64
Control Board ................................................................................................................................... 68
Fonctions principales......................................................................................................................... 69
Avis d'erreur et d'information.............................................................................................................. 75
NETTOYAGE ET MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................ 76
Remplacer le fusible.......................................................................................................................... 76
CARACTÉRIS TIQUES TECHNIQUES................................................................................................... 77
INTRODUCCIÓN.................................................................................................................................. 78
INSTRUCCIONES DE SEGURIDAD...................................................................................................... 78
INSTRUCCIONES DE MANEJO ........................................................................................................... 79
DESCRIPCIÓN DEL APARATO............................................................................................................ 80
Features........................................................................................................................................... 80
Descripción de las partes................................................................................................................... 81
INSTALACIÓN..................................................................................................................................... 82
Instalar/Reemplazar la lámpara.......................................................................................................... 82
Ajuste de la lámpara.......................................................................................................................... 83
Insertar/reemplazar gobos................................................................................................................. 83
Montaje del proyector........................................................................................................................ 84
Conexión al controlador DMX / conexión proyector - proyector............................................................. 87
Alimentación ..................................................................................................................................... 87
OPERACIÓN ....................................................................................................................................... 88
Operación Stand Alone...................................................................................................................... 88
Control por DMX ............................................................................................................................... 88
Direccionamiento del proyector.......................................................................................................... 88
Protócolo DMX.................................................................................................................................. 89
Control Board ................................................................................................................................... 93
Funciones principales........................................................................................................................ 94
Avisos de error................................................................................................................................ 100
LIMPIEZA Y MANTENIMIENTO .......................................................................................................... 101
Reemplazar el fusible ...................................................................................................................... 101
ESPECIFICACIONES TÉCNICAS ....................................................................................................... 102
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USER MANUAL
PHS-700
Pro-Head-Spot
CAUTION!
Keep this device away from rain and moisture!
Unplug mains lead before opening the housing!
For your ow n safety, please read this user manual carefully before you initial start-up.
Every person involved with the installation, operation and maintenance of this device has to
- be qualilfied
- follow the instructions of this manual
- consider this manual to be part of the total product
- keep this manual for the entire service life of the product
- pass this manual on to every further owner or user of the product
- include every supplementay update with the original manual
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for having chosen a FUTURELIGHT PHS-700. You will see you have acquired a powerful and
versatile device.
Unpack your PHS-700.
Before you initial start-up, please make sure that there is no damage caused by transportation. Should there
be any, consult your dealer and do not use the device.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION!
Be careful with your operations. With a dangerous voltage you can suffer a dangerous
electric shock when touching the wires!
This device has left our premises in absolutely perfect condition. In order to maintain this condition and to
ensure a safe operation, it is absolutely necessary for the user to follow the safety instructions and warning
notes written in this user manual.
Important:
Damages caused by the disregard of this user manual are not subject to warranty. The dealer
will not accept liability for any resulting defects or problems.
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If the device has been exposed to drastic temperature fluctuation (e.g. after transportation), do not switch it
on immediately. The arising condensation water might damage your device. Leave the device switched off
until it has reached room temperature.
This device falls under protection-class I. The power plug must only be plugged into a protection class I
outlet.
Never let the power-cord come into contact with other cables! Handle the power-cord and all connections
with the mains with particular caution!
Make sure that the available voltage is not higher than stated on the rear panel.
Make sure that the power-cord is never crimped or damaged by sharp edges. Check the device and the
power-cord from time to time.
Always disconnect from the mains, when the device is not in use or before cleaning it. Only handle the
power-cord by the plug. Never pull out the plug by tugging the power-cord.
During the initial start-up some smoke or smell may arise. This is a normal process and does not necessarily
mean that the device is defective.
Caution: During the operation, the housing becomes very hot.
Danger of burning! Never install the device on a highly flammable surfaces (e.g. fair carpet)!
HEALTH HAZARD!
Never look directly into the light source, as sensitive persons may suffer an
epileptic shock (especially meant for epileptics)!
Keep away children and amateurs!
OPERATING DETERMINATIONS
This device is a moving-head spot for creating decorative effects. This product is only allowed to be operated
with an alternating current of 230 V, 50 Hz and was designed for indoor use only.
This device is designed for professional use, e.g. on stages, in discotheques, theatres etc.
Lighting effects are not designed for permanent operation. Consistent operation breaks will ensure that the
device will serve you for a long time without defects.
Do not shake the device. Avoid brute force when installing or operating the device.
Never lift the fixture by holding it at the projector-head, as the mechanics may be damaged. Always hold the
fixture at the transport handles.
When choosing the installation-spot, please make sure that the device is not exposed to extreme heat,
moisture or dust. There should not be any cables lying around. Please make sure that the unit cannot be
touched or bumped. You endanger your own and the safety of others!
- - -m
The symbol
determines the minimum distance from lighted objects. The minimum distance
between light-output and the illuminated surface must be more than this value.
The device must only be installed on a non-flammable surface. In order to safeguard sufficient ventilation,
leave 50 cm of free space around the device. Please note that heat-sensitive objects may be deformed or
damaged by the emitted heat.
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Make sure that the area below the installation place is blocked when rigging, derigging or servicing the
fixture.
For overhead use (mounting height >100 cm), always fix the fixture with an appropriate safety-rope. Fix the
safety-rope at the correct fixation points only. The safety-rope must never be fixed at the transport handles!
Only operate the fixture after having checked that the housing is firmly closed and all screws are tightly
fastened.
The lamp must never be ignited if the objective-lens or any housing-cover is open, as discharge lamps may
explose and emit a high ultraviolet radiation, which may cause burns.
The maximum ambient temperature ta = 45° C must never be exceeded.
Operate the device only after having familiarized with its functions. Do not permit operation by persons not
qualified for operating the device. Most damages are the result of unprofessional operation!
Please use the original packaging if the device is to be transported.
Please consider that unauthorized modifications on the device are forbidden due to safety reasons!
Never remove the serial barcode from the device as this would make the guarantee void.
If this device will be operated in any way different to the one described in this manual, the product may suffer
damages and the guarantee becomes void. Furthermore, any other operation may lead to dangers like shortcircuit, burns, electric shock, lamp explosion, crash etc.
DESCRIPTION OF THE DEVICE
Features
High-Pow er Moving-head
DMX-controlled operation or stand alone operation with Master/Slave-function • Sound-controlled via built-in
microphone • 48 preprogrammed scenes in Program Run for stand alone operation • Number of scenes in
Program Run can be changed individually • The scenes in Program Run can be modified via the Control
Board or via an external controller and loaded into the memory • Colour-wheel 1 with 7 different, dichroic
colour-filtres and white • Colour-wheel 2 with 4 different, dichroic colour-filtres and white and additionally with
correction-filters 3,200 K and 5,600 K and UV-filter • Switchable colour change (mode 1: only full colours,
mode 2: colour-change at every position) • Rainbow-effect with adjustable speed in both directions • 2 gobowheels with 6 rotating gobos plus open • All gobos can be interchanged • With gobo-shake function • Macrofunction for rotating gobos/rotating prism combinations • Motorized focus • Steplessly adjustable iris •
Preprogrammed variable/random iris pulse effects • Strobe-effect with 1-13 flashes per second • Rotating 3facet prism • Mechanic dimmer • Exact positioning via 16 bit Pan/Tilt movement resolution • Control-Board
with 4-digit display and foil-keyboard for adjusting the DMX-starting address, Pan/Tilt-Reverse, Program,
Reset, lamp on/off, operating hours • For MSR 700 G-22 lamp • DMX-control via every standard DMXcontroller
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Overview
(1) Projector head
(2) Objective-lens
(3) Yoke
(4) Base
(5) Control Board
(6) Carrying handle
(7) Housing screw
(8) Mode/Enter-button
(9) Down-button
(10) Up-button
(11) Display
(12) DMX-Out socket
(13) DMX-In socket
(14) Power switch
(15) Power supply
(16) Fuseholder
(17) Ventilation fan
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INSTALLATION
DANGER TO LIFE!
Only install the lamp with the device switched off!
Unplug from mains before!
For the installation, you need one MSR 700 G-22 lamp.
The lamp must only be changed when wearing appropriate protective clothing (protection glasses, protection
gloves, helmet with sight, leather apron).
CAUTION!
The lamp has to be replaced when it is damaged
or deformed due to the heat!
The lamp life given by the manufacturer must never be exceeded. This is why you need to take notes on the
operational time of the lamp and replace the lamp in time.
Keep exchanged lamp in a protective container and remove accordingly.
During the operation, the lamp reaches temperatures of up to 600° C.
Before replacing the lamp, unplug mains lead and let the lamp cool dow n (approx. 10 minutes).
During the installation do not touch the glass-bulbs bare-handed! Please follow the lamp manufacturer's
notes!
Do not install lamps with a higher wattage! Lamps with a higher wattage generate temperatures the device
was not designed for. Damages caused by non-observance are not subject to warranty.
Procedure:
Step 1: Unscrew the fixation screws X, Y, Z of the lamp system and carefully remove it from the housing.
Step 2: If replacing the lamp, remove the old lamp from the lamp holder.
Step 3: Insert the lamp into the lamp holder.
Step 4: Replace the lamp system in the housing and tighten the fixation screws.
Step 5: Adjust the lamp as described under lamp adjustment.
Do not operate this device with opened cov er!
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Lamp adjustment
The lampholder is aligned at the factory. Due to differences
between lamps, fine adjustment may improve light performance.
Strike the lamp, open the shutter, set the dimmer intensity onto 100
% and direct the light towards a flat surface (wall). Center the hotspot (the brightest part of the beam) using the 3 adjustment screws
"A, B, C”. Turn one screw at a time to drag the hot-spot diagonally
across the projected image. If you cannot detect a hot-spot, adjust
the lamp until the light is even.
To reduce a hot-spot, pull the lamp in by turning all three screws "A,
B, C” clockwise ¼-turn at a time until the light is evenly distributed.
If the light is brighter around the edge than it is in the center, or if light output is low, the lamp is too far back
in the reflector. "Push” the lamp out by turning the screws "A, B, C” counterclockwise ¼-turn at a time the
light is bright and evenly distributed.
Inserting/Exchanging gobos
DANGER!
Install the gobos w ith the dev ice sw itched off only.
Unplug from mains before!
If you wish to use other forms and patterns as the standard-gobos, or if gobos are to be exchanged, please
follow the instructions below:
CAUTION!
Nev er unscrew the screw s of the rotating gobo
as the ball bearing will otherw ise be opened!
Remove the fixation-ring with an appropriate tool. Remove the gobo and insert the new gobo. Press the
fixation-ring together and insert it in front of the gobo.
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Rigging
DANGER TO LIFE!
Please consider the EN 60598-2-17 and the respective national norms during the
installation! The installation must only be carried out by an authorized dealer!
The installation of the projector has to be built and constructed in a way that it can hold 10 times the weight
for 1 hour without any harming deformation.
The installation must always be secured with a secondary safety attachment, e.g. an appropriate catch net.
This secondary safety attachment must be constructed in a way that no part of the installation can fall down
if the main attachment fails.
When rigging, derigging or servicing the fixture staying in the area below the installation place, on bridges,
under high working places and other endangered areas is forbidden.
The operator has to make sure that safety-relating and machine-technical installations are approved by an
expert before taking into operation for the first time and after changes before taking into operation another
time.
The operator has to make sure that safety-relating and machine-technical installations are approved by an
expert after every four year in the course of an acceptance test.
The operator has to make sure that safety-relating and machine-technical installations are approved by a
skilled person once a year.
Procedure:
The projector should be installed outside areas where persons may walk by or be seated.
IMPORTANT! OVERHEAD RIGGING REQUIRES EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE, including (but not limited to)
calculating working load limits, installation material being used, and periodic safety inspection of all
installation material and the projector. If you lack these qualifications, do not attempt the installation yourself,
but instead use a professional structural rigger. Improper installation can result in bodily injury and.or
damage to property.
The projector has to be installed out of the reach of people.
If the projector shall be lowered from the ceiling or high joists, professional trussing systems have to be
used. The projector must never be fixed swinging freely in the room.
Caution: Projectors may cause severe injuries when crashing down! If you have doubts concerning the
safety of a possible installation, do NOT install the projector!
Before rigging make sure that the installation area can hold a minimum point load of 10 times the projector's
weight.
DANGER OF FIRE!
When installing the device, make sure there is no highly-inflammable
material (decoration articles, etc.) within a distance of min. 0.5 m.
CAUTION!
Use 2 appropriate clamps to rig the fixture on the truss.
Follow the instructions mentioned at the bottom of the base.
Make sure that the dev ice is fixed properly! Ensure that
the structure (truss) to w hich you are attaching the fixtures is secure.
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The Moving-Head can be placed
directly on the stage floor or rigged in
any orientation on a truss without
altering its operation characteristics
(see the drawing).
The fixture’s base enables to be
mounted in two ways.
For overhead use (mounting height
>100 cm), always install a safety-rope
that can hold at least 12 times the
weight of the fixture. You must only use
safety-ropes with quick links with screw
cap. Pull the safety-rope through the
hole on the bottom of the base and over
the trussing system etc. Insert the end
in the quick link and tighten the fixation
screw.
The maximum drop distance must
never exceed 20 cm.
A safety rope which already hold the strain of a crash or which is defective must not be used again.
DANGER TO LIFE!
Before taking into operation for the first time, the installation has to be approved by an expert!
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Omega-holders
Clamp
Safety-rope
Quick-lock fastener
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Screw one clamp each via a M12 screw and nut onto the Omega-holders.
Insert the quick-lock fasteners of the first Omega-holder into the respective holes on the bottom of the
device. Tighten the quick-lock fasteners fully clockwise. Install the second Omega-holder.
DMX-512 connection / connection between fixtures
The w ires must not come into contact w ith each other, otherw ise
the fixtures will not w ork at all, or w ill not w ork properly.
Only use a stereo shielded cable and 3-pin XLR-plugs and connectors in order to connect the controller with
the fixture or one fixture with another.
Occupation of the XLR-connection:
If you are using controllers with this occupation, you can connect the DMX-output of the controller directly
with the DMX-input of the first fixture in the DMX-chain. If you wish to connect DMX-controllers with other
XLR-outputs, you need to use adapter-cables.
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Building a serial DMX-chain:
Connect the DMX-output of the first fixture in the DMX-chain with the DMX-input of the next fixture. Always
connect one output with the input of the next fixture until all fixtures are connected.
Caution: At the last fixture, the DMX-cable has to be terminated with a terminator. Solder a 120 Ω resistor
between Signal (–) and Signal (+) into a 3-pin XLR-plug and plug it in the DMX-output of the last fixture.
Connection with the mains
Connect the device to the mains with the enclosed power supply cable.
The occupation of the connection-cables is as follow s:
Cable
Brown
Blue
Yellow/Green
Pin
Live
Neutral
Earth
International
L
N
The earth has to be connected!
If the device will be directly connected with the local power supply network, a disconnection switch with a
minimum opening of 3 mm at every pole has to be included in the permanent electrical installation.
Lighting effects must not be connected to dimming-packs.
OPERATION
After you connected the effect to the mains, the PHS-700 starts running. During the Reset, the motors are
trimmed and the device is ready for use afterwards.
Stand Alone operation
In the Stand Alone mode, the PHS-700 can be used without controller.
Disconnect the PHS-700 from the controller and call the internal program.
1.Press [ENTER] for 3 seconds to enter the main menu "MODE" (display flashing)
2.Press [ENTER] and select “RUN” by pressing [UP] button.
3.Press [ENTER] and select “AUTO” by pressing [UP] button.
4.Press [ENTER] and select “ALONE” by pressing [UP] button.
5.Press [ENTER] to confirm, the display shows “AU-A”.
6.Press [EXIT/DN] in order to return to the main menu.
Please refer to the instructions under Control Board, Main functions, menus Run and Edit.
DMX-controlled operation
You can control the projectors individually via your DMX-controller. Every DMX-channel has a different
occupation with different features. The individual channels and their features are listed under DMX-protocol.
Addressing
The Control Board allows you to assign the DMX starting address, which is defined as the first channel from
which the PHS-700 will respond to the controller.
If you set, for example, the address to channel 18, the PHS-700 will use the channel 18 to 34 for control.
Please, be sure that you don’t have any overlapping channels in order to control each PHS-700 correctly and
independently from any other fixture on the DMX-chain.
If several PHS-700 are addressed similarly, they will work synchronically.
Press the Up/Down-buttons for setting the desired starting address. Now you can start operating the PHS700 via your lighting controller.
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Note:
The modes of DMX 512 data and lamp are shown via the display:
1. After switching on, the device will automatically detect whether DMX 512 data is received or not. If the
data is received, the the display will show "A.001" with the actually set address. If there is no data received
at the DMX-input, the display will flash "A001" with the actually set address.
This situation can occur if:
- the 3 PIN XLR plug (cable with DMX signal from controller) is not connected with the input of the device.
- the controller is switched off or defective, if the cable or connector is defective or the signal wires are swap
in the input connector.
Note:
It’s necessary to insert the XLR termination plug (with 120 Ohm) in the last lighting in the link in order to
ensure proper transmission on the DMX data link.
2. If the lamp is on, the the display will show "A00.1" with the actually set address. If the lamp is off, the the
display will show "A001" with the actually set address.
DMX-protocol
Control channel 1 - Horizontal movement (Pan) (within 630°)
Push slider up in order to move the head horizontally (PAN).
Gradual head adjustment from one end of the slider to the other (0-255, 128-center). The head can be
stopped at any position you wish.
Control channel 2 - Vertical movement (Tilt) (w ithin 265°)
Push slider up in order to move the head vertically (TILT).
Gradual head adjustment from one end of the slider to the other (0-255, 128-center). The head can be
stopped at any position you wish.
Control channel 3 - Pan/Tilt-speed
DMX-v alue
0-14
15-225
226-235
236-245
246-255
Feature
Maximum speed
Decreasing speed
Blackout with Pan/Tilt-movement
Blackout with colour/gobo-change
No function
Control channel 4 - Colour-w heel 1
DMX-v alue
0-15
16-31
32-47
48-63
64-79
80-95
96-111
112-127
128-187
188-193
194-255
Feature
Open / white
Light blue
Salmon pink
Blue
Yellow green
Light yellow
Magenta
Orange
Forwards rainbow effect with decreasing speed
No rotation
Backwards rainbow effect with increasing speed
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Control channel 5 - Colour-w heel 2
DMX-v alue
0-15
16-31
32-47
48-63
64-79
80-95
96-111
112-127
128-187
188-193
194-255
Feature
Open / white
Red
Light blue
Pink
Yellow
Correction-filter 3,200 K
Correction-filter 5,600 K
UV-filter
Forwards rainbow effect with decreasing speed
No rotation
Backwards rainbow effect with increasing speed
Control channel 6 - Rotating gobo-w heel 1, gobo shake
DMX-v alue
0-9
10-19
20-29
30-39
40-49
50-59
60-69
70-89
90-109
110-129
130-149
150-169
170-189
190-255
Feature
Open
Rot. gobo 1
Rot. gobo 2
Rot. gobo 3
Rot. gobo 4
Rot. gobo 5
Rot. gobo 6
Gobo 1 shake with increasing speed
Gobo 2 shake with increasing speed
Gobo 3 shake with increasing speed
Gobo 4 shake with increasing speed
Gobo 5 shake with increasing speed
Gobo 6 shake with increasing speed
Cont. gobo-wheel rotation with increasing speed
Control channel 7 - Rotating gobo index, gobo rotation
DMX-v alue
0-127
128-187
188-193
194-255
Feature
Gobo indexing
Forwards gobo rotation with decreasing speed
No rotation
Backwards gobo rotation with increasing speed
Control channel 8 - Rotating gobo-w heel 2, gobo shake
DMX-v alue
0-9
10-19
20-29
30-39
40-49
50-59
60-69
70-89
90-109
110-129
130-149
150-169
170-189
190-255
Feature
Open
Rot. gobo 1
Rot. gobo 2
Rot. gobo 3
Rot. gobo 4
Rot. gobo 5
Rot. gobo 6
Gobo 1 shake with increasing speed
Gobo 2 shake with increasing speed
Gobo 3 shake with increasing speed
Gobo 4 shake with increasing speed
Gobo 5 shake with increasing speed
Gobo 6 shake with increasing speed
Cont. gobo-wheel rotation with increasing speed
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Control channel 9 - Rotating gobo index, gobo rotation
DMX-v alue
0-127
128-187
188-193
194-255
Feature
Gobo indexing
Forwards gobo rotation with decreasing speed
No rotation
Backwards gobo rotation with increasing speed
Control channel 10 - Rotating 3-facet-prism, macros
DMX-v alue
0-3
4-63
64-67
68-127
128-135
136-143
144-151
152-159
160-167
168-175
176-183
184-191
192-199
200-207
208-215
216-223
224-231
232-239
240-247
248-255
Feature
Open
Forwards rotation with decreasing speed
No rotation
Backwards rotation with increasing speed
Macro 1
Macro 2
Macro 3
Macro 4
Macro 5
Macro 6
Macro 7
Macro 8
Macro 9
Macro 10
Macro 11
Macro 12
Macro 13
Macro 14
Macro 15
Macro 16
Control channel 11 - Focus
DMX-v alue
0 - 255
Feature
Continuous adjustment from near to far
Control channel 12 – Iris
DMX-v alue
0-191
192-223
224-255
Feature
Max. diameter to Min. diameter
Pulse closing with decreasing speed
Pulse opening with increasing speed
Control channel 13 - Shutter, strobe
DMX-v alue
0-31
32-63
64-95
96-127
128-159
160-191
192-223
224-255
Feature
Shutter closed
Dimmer control activated (channel 14)
Strobe-effect with increasing speed (max. 13 flashes/sec.)
No function (shutter open)
Pulse-effect in sequences
No function (shutter open)
Random strobe-effect with increasing speed
No function (shutter open)
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Control channel 14 - Dimmer intensity
This channel is only active if channel 13 is set to 32-63.
You can invert the dimmer via the RDIM function.
DMX-v alue
0-255
Feature
Gradual adjustment of the dimmer intensity from 100 to 0 %
Control channel 15 - Switching the lamp, Reset, internal programs
DMX-v alue
0-15
16-31
32-47
48-63
64-79
80-95
96-111
112-127
128-143
144-159
160-175
176-191
192-207
208-223
224-239
240-255
Feature
Normal colour-change, search position via shortest distance
Normal colour-change, search position clockwise
Colour-change at every position, search position via shortest distance
Colour-change at every position, search position clockwise
Lamp on
Reset
Internal program 1
Internal program 2
Internal program 3
Internal program 4
Internal program 5
Internal program 6
Internal program 7
Internal program 8
Lamp off
No function
Control channel 16 - Pan-mov ement w ith 16 Bit-resolution
Control channel 17 - Tilt-movement w ith 16 Bit-resolution
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Control Board
The Control Board offers several features: you can simply set the starting address, switch on and off the
lamp, run the pre-programmed program or make a reset.
The main menu is accessed by pressing the Enter-button for 3 seconds until the display starts flashing.
Browse through the menu by pressing the Up-button. Press the Enter-button in order to select the desired
menu. You can change the selection by pressing the Up-button. Confirm every selection by pressing the
Enter-button. You can leave every mode by pressing the Exit-button. The functions provided are described in
the following sections.
Default settings shaded.
Main
menu
0
MODE
Sub menu
Extension
ADDR
VALU
SLAV
A001~A511 (AXX)
ON/OFF (SLAV)
EBOC
ON/OFF
AUTO
ALON
(AU-A)
MAST
(AU-M)
ALON
(SO-A)
MAST
(SO-M)
RUN
Display
SOUN
D-00 ~ D-30 (DXX)
D-00
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
VALU
DISP
1
LAMP
2
SET
3
ADJU
4
5
TIME
EDIT
Function
DMX address setting
Slave setting
Change DMX address via
external controller
Automatic Program Run
in Stand Alone
Automatic Program Run
as Master
Sound-controlled Program
Run in Stand Alone
Sound-controlled Program
Run as Master
Display the DMX 512 value
of each channel
Reverse display
Shut off LED display
Lamp on/off
OPEN
RDIS
CLDI
ON/OFF
ONLI
ON/OFF
Lamp on/off via controller
DELA
D–00 ~ D-59, D-15
Delay lamp on
RPAN
ON/OFF
Pan Reverse
RTIL
RDIM
16BI
REST
LODA
VER
LADJ
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
V-1.0~V-9.9
ON/OFF
TES T
T–01 ~ T–30
MATI
0000~9999 (hours)
Tilt Reverse
Dimmer Reverse
Switch 16 bit/8 bit
Reset
Restore factory settings
Software version
Lamp adjustment
Test function of each
channel
Fixture running time
LATI
0000~9999 (hours)
Lamp running time
CLMT
ON/OFF
Service-function
CLLT
ON/OFF
Clear lamp time
STEP
S–01 ~ S–48
SC01
~
SC48
C01 ~ C30
TIME (sec.)
CNIN
01XX (00~FF)
30XX (00~FF)
T – – X (1~9)
ON/OFF
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Edit the channels of each
scene
Time for each scene
Edit program via controller
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Main functions
- Main menu 0
♦ Press [ENTER] for 3 seconds to enter the main menu "MODE" (display
flashing)
♦ Press [ENTER] and select "ADDR", “RUN” or "DISP" by pressing [UP]
button.
♦ Press [ENTER] for selecting the desired sub menu.
- DMX address setting, Slave setting
- DMX address setting
With this function, you can adjust the desired DMX-address via the Control Board.
♦ Select “VALU“ by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], adjust the DMX address by pressing [UP] or [DN].
♦ Press [ENTER] to confirm.
♦ Press [EXIT/DN] in order return to main menu.
- Slave setting
With this function, you can define the device as slave.
♦ Select “SLAV” by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows “ON” or “OFF”.
♦ Press [UP] to select “ON” if you wish to enable this function or “OFF” if you don’t.
♦ Press [ENTER] to confirm.
♦ Press [EXIT/DN] in order to return to the main menu.
- DMX address setting v ia controller
With this function, you can adjust the desired DMX-address via an external controller.
♦ Select “EBOC“ by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows “ON” or “OFF”.
♦ Press [UP] to select “ON” if you wish to enable this function or “OFF” if you don’t.
♦ Press [ENTER] to confirm.
♦ Press [EXIT/DN] in order to return to the main menu.
♦ On the controller, set the DMX-value of channel 1 to "7".
♦ Set the DMX-value of channel 2 to "7"or "8". When set to "7" you can adjust the starting address
between 1 and 255. When set to "8" you can adjust the starting address between 256 and 511.
♦ Set the DMX-value of channel 3 to the desired starting address. If you want to set the starting
address to 57, set channel 1 to "7", channel 2 to "7" and channel 3 to "57". If you want to set the
starting address to 420, set channel 1 to "7", channel 2 to "8" and channel 3 to "164" (256+164=420).
♦ Wait for approx. 20 seconds and the unit will carry out a reset. After that, the new starting address is
set.
Run - Program Run, Master setting
With the function "RUN", you can run the internal program. You can set the number of steps under Step.
You can edit the individual scenes under Edit. You can run the individual scenes either automatically
(AUTO), i.e. with the adjusted Step-Time or sound-controlled (SOUN). The selection "ALON" means
Stand Alone-mode and "MAST" that the device is defined as master.
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♦ Select "AUTO" or "SOUN" by pressing [UP].
♦ Press [ENTER] for selecting the desired extension menu.
♦ Select "ALON" or "MAST" by pressing [UP].
♦ Press [ENTER] to confirm.
♦ Press [EXIT/DN] in order to return to the main menu.
Disp - Display the DMX-v alue, Rev erse display, Shut off LED display
- Display the DMX 512 v alue of each channel
With this function you can display the DMX 512 value of each channel.
♦ Select "VALU" by pressing [UP].
♦ Press [ENTER] to confirm; the display shows“D-00”. In this setting, the DMX-adjustment of every
channel will be displayed.
♦ Press [UP] in order to select the desired channel. If you select “D-14” the display will only show the
th
DMX-value of the 14 channel.
♦ Press [ENTER] to confirm.
♦ The display shows"D-XX“, ”X” stands for the DMX-value of the selected channel.
♦ Press [ENTER] or [EXIT/DN] to exit.
rDis - Rev erse display
With this function you can rotate the display by 180°.
♦ Select "rDIS" by pressing [UP].
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows“ON” or “OFF”.
♦ Press [UP] to select “ON” if you wish to enable this function or “OFF” if you don’t; the display will
rotate by 180°.
♦ Press [ENTER] or [EXIT/DN] to exit.
- Shut off LED display
With this function you can shut off the LED display after 2 minutes.
♦ Select "CLDI" by pressing [UP].
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows“ON” or “OFF”.
♦ Press [UP] to select “ON” if you wish to enable this function or “OFF” if you don’t.
♦ Press [ENTER] or [EXIT/DN] to exit.
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Lamp - Main menu 1
♦ Press [ENTER] for 3 seconds to enter the main menu (display flashing).
♦ Press [UP] to select “LAMP”.
- Lamp on/off
With this function you can switch the lamp on or off via the Control Board.
♦ Select "OPEN" by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows“ON” or “OFF”.
♦ Press [UP] to select “ON” if you wish to switch on the lamp or “OFF” if you wish to switch off the lamp.
♦ Press [ENTER] to confirm.
♦ Press [EXIT/DN] in order to return to the main menu.
- Lamp on/off v ia external controller
With this function you can switch the lamp on or off via an external controller.
♦ Select “ONLI” by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows“ON” or “OFF”.
♦ Press [UP] to select “ON” if you wish to enable this function or “OFF” if you don’t.
♦ Press [ENTER] to confirm.
♦ Press [EXIT/DN] in order to return to the main menu.
- Delay lamp on
With this function you can delay the lamp ignition.
♦ Select "DELA" by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER] to confirm; the display shows “D-00”. In this setting, the lamp will be ignited
immediately.
♦ Press [UP] to select the desired delay between "00" and "59" minutes. If you select “D-03” the lamp
will be ignited after 3 minutes.
♦ Press [ENTER] to confirm.
♦ Press [EXIT/DN] in order to return to the main menu.
- Main menu 2
♦ Press [ENTER] for 3 seconds to enter the main menu (display flashing).
♦ Press [UP] to select “SET”.
rpan - Pan Reverse
With this function you can reverse the Pan-movement.
♦ Select “rPAN” by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows“ON” or “OFF”.
♦ Press [UP] to select “ON” if you wish to enable this function or “OFF” if you don’t.
♦ Press [ENTER] or.
rtil - Tilt Rev erse
With this function you can reverse the Tilt-movement.
♦ Select “rTIL” by pressing [UP] button.
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♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows“ON” or “OFF”.
♦ Press [UP] to select “ON” if you wish to enable this function or “OFF” if you don’t.
♦ Press [ENTER] or [EXIT/DN] to exit.
rDIM
- Dimmer Reverse
With this function you can reverse the Dimmer from 100-0 % to 0-100 %.
♦ Select “RDIM” by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows“ON” or “OFF”.
♦ Press [UP] to select “ON” if you wish to enable this function or “OFF” if you don’t.
♦ Press [ENTER] or [EXIT/DN] to exit.
- Switch 16 bit/8 bit
With this function you can switch the device from 16 bit to 8 bit resolution.
♦ Select “16BI” by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows“ON” or “OFF”.
♦ Press [UP] to select “ON” in order to set 16 bit, or “OFF” in order to set 8 bit. The channels PAN Fine
and TILT Fine will be disabled.
♦ Press [ENTER] or [EXIT/DN] to exit.
Rest
- Reset
With this function you can Reset the device via the Control Board.
♦ Select “rEST” by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows“ON” or “OFF”.
♦ Press [UP] to select “ON” if you wish to enable this function or “OFF” if you don’t.
♦ Press [ENTER] or [EXIT/DN] to exit.
- Restore factory settings
With this function you can restore the factory settings of the device. All settings will be set back to the
default values (shaded). Any edited scenes will be lost.
♦ Select “LODA” by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows“ON” or “OFF”.
♦ Press [UP] to select “ON” if you wish to enable this function or “OFF” if you don’t.
♦ Press [ENTER] to confirm.
♦ Press [EXIT/DN] in order to return to the main menu.
Ver - Softw are version
With this function you can display the software version of the device.
♦ Select “VER” by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows “V-X.X”, “X.X“ stands for the version number, e.g. “V-1.0”, “V-2.6”.
♦ Press [ENTER] or [EXIT/DN] in order to return to the main menu.
- Main menu 3
♦ Press [ENTER] for 3 seconds to enter the main menu (display flashing).
♦ Press [UP] to select “ADJU”.
- Lamp adj ustment
With this function you can adjust the lamp via the Control Board. The shutter opens and the lamp can be
adjusted. In this mode, the device will not react to any control signal.
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♦ Select “LADJ” by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows“ON” or “OFF”.
♦ Press [UP] to select “ON” if you wish to enable this function or “OFF” if you don’t.
♦ Press [ENTER] to confirm.
♦ Press [EXIT/DN] in order to return to the main menu.
- Test function of each channel
With this function you can test each channel on its (correct) function.
♦ Select “tESt” by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows“T-XX”, “X” stands for the channel number.
♦ The current channel will be tested.
♦ Select the desired channel by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER] or [EXIT/DN] to exit.
- Main menu 4
♦ Press [ENTER] for 3 seconds to enter the main menu (display flashing).
♦ Press [UP] to select “TIME”.
- Fixture running time
With this function you can display the running time of the device.
♦ Select “MATI” by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows“XXXX”, “X“ stands for the number of hours.
♦ Press [ENTER] or [EXIT/DN] to exit.
- Lamp running time
With this function you can display the running time of the lamp.
♦ Select “LATI” by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows“XXXX”, “X“ stands for the number of hours.
♦ Press [ENTER] or [EXIT/DN] to exit.
- Clear lamp time
♦ With this function you can clear the running time of the lamp. Please clear the lamp time every time you
replace the lamp.
♦ Select “CLLT” by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows“ON” or “OFF”.
♦ Press [UP] to select “ON” if you wish to enable this function or “OFF” if you don’t.
♦ Press [ENTER] to confirm.
♦ Press [EXIT/DN] in order to return to the main menu.
- Main menu 5
♦ Press [ENTER] for 3 seconds to enter the main menu (display flashing).
♦ Press [UP] to select “EDIT”.
- Define the number of steps in Run
With this function you can define the number of steps in the Program Run.
♦ Select “STEP” by pressing [UP] button.
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♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows“S-XX”, “X” stands for the total amount of steps you want to save, so
you can call up to 48 scenes in “RUN”. For example if the “XX” is 05, it means that “RUN” will run the first 5
scenes you saved in “EDIT”.
♦ Press [ENTER] to save and exit.
- Editing the channels of the indiv idual scenes
With this function you can edit the program to be called up in Run.
a) Editing v ia the Control Board
♦ Select “SC01” by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows “SCXX”, “X” stands
for the scene no. to be edited.
♦ Change the scene no. by pressing [UP].
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows “C-XX”, “XX” stands
for the channel no. Such as “C-01”, it means you are
editing channel 1 of the selected scene.
♦ Select the channel no. you would like to edit by pressing
[UP].
♦ Press [ENTER] to enter editing for the selected channel
, the fixture reacts to your settings. The display shows the
DMX value of the edited channel. Such as “ 11XX”, it
stands for channel 11 of the current scene, the DMX value
is XX , XX is a hexadecimal number value “01-FF”.
♦ Adjust the desired DMX value by pressing [UP] or [DN].
♦ Press [ENTER] in order to edit other channels of this
scene.
♦ Repeat above steps until you finish setting all the DMX
values for all channels of this scene.
♦ Once all the channels completed, the display will flash
“tIME”.
♦ Press [ENTER] to edit the time needed, the display
shows “t --X”,“X” stands for the time needed to run the
current scene, value “1-9”. For example, “t--2” means you
need 2 seconds to run the current scene.
♦ Adjust the desired time by pressing [UP].
♦ Press [ENTER] to save the settings for the scene you
are editing, the display will change to the next scene
automatically.
♦ Repeat above steps to edit and other scenes, you can
edit and save a maximum of 48 scenes.
♦ Press [EXIT/DN] to exit. The number of steps can be defined under “STEP” and the scenes can be called
up under “RUN”
b) Editing v ia the external controller
♦ Call up the first scene in your controller now.
♦ Select “SC01” by pressing [UP] button.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows “SC01”.
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows “C-01”.
♦ Select "CNIN" by pressing [UP].
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows "OFF".
♦ Press [UP], the display shows "ON".
♦ Press [ENTER], the display shows "SC02". You successfully downloaded the first scene.
♦ Adjust the Step-time as described above.
♦ Call up the second scene in your controller now .
♦ Repeat steps 5-11 until all desired scenes are downloaded.
♦ Press [EXIT/DN] to exit. The number of steps can be defined under “STEP” and the scenes can be called
up under “RUN”
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Error Messages
When you turn on the fixture, it w ill make a reset first. The display may show “XXEr” w hile there are
problems with one or more channels. “XX” stands for the channels equipped w ith a testing sensor.
For example, w hen the display show s “04Er”, it means there is some error in channel 4. If there are
some errors on channel 1, channel 2, channel 4 at the same time, you may see the error message
“01Er”, “02Er”,”4Err” flash repeatly for 5 times, and then the fixture w ill generate a reset signal, all
the stepper motors w ill reset. If the error messages maintain after performing reset more than 3
times, it w ill detect w hether the fixture has more than 3 errors. If the fixture has more than 3 errors
(including 3 errors), all the channels can not w ork properly; but if the fixture has less than 3 errors,
only the channels w hich have errors can not w ork properly, others can w ork as usual.
01Er:
(PAN-yoke movement error) This message will appear after the reset of the fixture if the yoke’s magneticindexing circuit malfunction (sensor failed or magnet missing) or the stepping-motor is defective (or its driving
IC on the main PCB). The yoke is not located in the default position after the reset.
02Er:
(TILT-head movement error) This message will appear after the reset of the fixture if the head’s magneticindexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet missing) or the stepping-motor is defective (or its
driving IC on the main PCB). The head is not located in the default position after the reset.
04Er:
(Color-wheel error 1) This message will appear after the reset of the fixture if the magnetic-indexing circuit
malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet missing) or the stepping-motor is defective (or its drive circuit on the
main PCB). The color wheel is not located in the default position after the reset.
05Er:
(Color-wheel error 2) This message will appear after the reset of the fixture if the magnetic-indexing circuit
malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet missing) or the stepping-motor is defective (or its drive circuit on the
main PCB). The color wheel is not located in the default position after the reset.
06Er:
(Rotating gobo-wheel error 1) This message will appear after the reset of the fixture if the magnetic-indexing
circuit malfunctions(sensor failed or magnet missing) or the stepping-motor is defective (or its drive circuit on
the main PCB). The rotating gobo-wheel is not located in the default position after the reset.
07Er:
(Rotating gobo indexing error 1) This message will appear after the reset of the fixture and if the magneticindexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet missing) or the stepping-motor is defective (or its driver
circuit on the main PCB). The rotating gobo is not located in the default position after the reset.
08Er:
(Rotating gobo-wheel error 2) This message will appear after the reset of the fixture if the magnetic-indexing
circuit malfunctions(sensor failed or magnet missing) or the stepping-motor is defective (or its drive circuit on
the main PCB). The rotating gobo-wheel is not located in the default position after the reset.
09Er:
(Rotating gobo indexing error 2) This message will appear after the reset of the fixture and if the magneticindexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet missing) or the stepping-motor is defective (or its driver
circuit on the main PCB). The rotating gobo is not located in the default position after the reset.
10Er:
(Prism-wheel error) This message will appear after the reset of the fixture and if the magnetic-indexing circuit
malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet missing) or the stepping-motor is defective (or its driver circuit on the
main PCB). The prism-wheel is not located in the default position after the reset.
10Er:
(Iris error) This message will appear after the reset of the fixture and if the magnetic-indexing circuit
malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet missing) or the stepping-motor is defective (or its driver circuit on the
main PCB). The iris is not located in the default position after the reset.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
The operator has to make sure that safety-relating and machine-technical installations are inspected by an
expert after every four years in the course of an acceptance test.
The operator has to make sure that safety-relating and machine-technical installations are inspected by a
skilled person once a year.
The following points have to be considered during the inspection:
1) All screws used for installing the devices or parts of the device have to be tighly connected and must not
be corroded.
2) There must not be any deformations on housings, fixations and installation spots (ceiling, suspension,
trussing).
3) Mechanically moved parts like axles, eyes and others must not show any traces of wearing (e.g. material
abrading or damages) and must not rotate with unbalances.
4) The electric power supply cables must not show any damages, material fatigue (e.g. porous cables) or
sediments. Further instructions depending on the installation spot and usage have to be adhered by a
skilled installer and any safety problems have to be removed.
DANGER TO LIFE!
Disconnect from mains before starting maintenance operation!
We recommend a frequent cleaning of the device. Please use a moist, lint-free cloth. Never use alcohol or
solvents!
CAUTION!
The lens has to be replaced when it is obviously damaged,
so that its function is impaired, e. g. due to cracks or deep scratches!
The objective lens will require weekly cleaning as smoke-fluid tends to building up residues, reducing the
light-output very quickly. The cooling-fans should be cleaned monthly.
The gobos may be cleaned with a soft brush. The interior of the fixture should be cleaned at least annually
using a vacuum-cleaner or an air-jet.
The dichroic colour-filters, the gobo-wheel and the internal lenses should be cleaned monthly.
To ensure a proper function of the gobo-wheel, we recommend lubrication in six month intervals. The
quantity of oil must not be excessive in order to avoid that oil runs out when the gobo-wheel rotates.
There are no serviceable parts inside the device except for the lamp and the fuse. Maintenance and service
operations are only to be carried out by authorized dealers.
Please refer to the instructions under "Installing/Replacing the lamp".
Replacing the fuse
If the lamp burns out, the fine-wire fuse of the device might fuse, too. Only replace the fuse by a fuse of
same type and rating.
Before replacing the fuse, unplug mains lead.
Procedure:
Step 1: Unscrew the fuseholder on the rearpanel with a fitting screwdriver from the housing (anticlockwise).
Step 2: Remove the old fuse from the fuseholder.
Step 3: Install the new fuse in the fuseholder.
Step 4: Replace the fuseholder in the housing and fix it.
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Should you need any spare parts, please use genuine parts.
If the power supply cable of this device becomes damaged, it has to be replaced by a special power supply
cable available at your dealer.
Should you have further questions, please contact your dealer.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power supply:
Power consumption:
DMX-control-channels:
DMX-512-connection:
Flash-rate:
Colour-wheel 1:
Colour-wheel 2:
Rotating gobo-wheel 1:
Rotating gobo-wheel 2:
Outside diameter of the gobos:
Image diameter of the gobos:
Maximum PAN-movement 630°:
Maximum TILT-movement 265°:
Length of base (including handles):
Width of yoke:
Height (head horizontal):
Weight (net):
Maximum ambient temperature ta:
Maximum housing temperature tB (steady state):
Min.distance from flammable surfaces:
Min.distance to lighted object:
Fuse:
Fitting lamp:
PHILIPS MSR700 72V/700W G-22
PHILIPS MSR700/2 72V/700W G-22
Recommended controllers:
FUTURELIGHT CP-528 Controller 16bit
Wizard-512 USB DMX-Software + Interface
Wizard-1024 DMX-Software + Interface
230 V AC, 50 Hz ~
1,300 W
17
3-pin XLR
13 Hz
7 dichroic + white
4 dichroic, 2 correction filters, UV-filter + white
6 gobos and open
6 gobos and open
27 mm
23 mm
in 3.5 s
in 2.5 s
530 mm
390 mm
570 mm
37 kg
45° C
80° C
0.5 m
0.5 m
T 10 A, 250 V
No. 89105015
No. 89105016
No. 51834315
No. 51860102
No. 51860110
Please note: Every information is subj ect to change w ithout prior notice. 06.08.2003 ©
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