100W UV COB Flood
User Manual
Order code: LEDJ187
Safety advice
WARNING
FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY, PLEASE READ THIS USER MANUAL
CAREFULLY BEFORE YOUR INITIAL START-UP!
• Before your initial start-up, please make sure that there is no damage caused during transportation.
• Should there be any damage, consult your dealer and do not use the equipment.
• To maintain the equipment in good working condition and to ensure safe operation, it is necessary for the user to follow the safety instructions and warning notes written in this manual.
• Please note that damages caused by user modifications to this equipment are not subject to warranty.
CAUTION!
KEEP THIS EQUIPMENT
AWAY FROM RAIN,
MOISTURE AND LIQUIDS
CAUTION!
TAKE CARE USING
THIS EQUIPMENT!
HIGH VOLTAGE-RISK
OF ELECTRIC SHOCK!!
IMPORTANT:
The manufacturer will not accept liability for any resulting damages caused by the non-observance
of this manual or any unauthorised modification to the equipment.
• Never let the power cable come into contact with other
cables. Handle the power cable and all mains voltage connections with particular caution!
• Never remove warning or informative labels from the unit.
• Do not open the equipment and do not modify the unit.
• Do not connect this equipment to a dimmer pack.
• Do not switch the equipment on and off in short intervals,
as this will reduce the system’s life.
• Only use the equipment indoors.
• Do not expose to flammable sources, liquids or gases.
• Always disconnect the power from the mains when equipment is not in use or before cleaning! Only handle
the power-cable by the plug. Never pull out the plug by
pulling the power-cable.
• Make sure that the available mains supply voltage is
between 100~240V AC, 50/60Hz.
• Make sure that the power cable is never crimped or damaged. Check the equipment and the power cable
periodically.
• If the equipment is dropped or damaged, disconnect the
mains power supply immediately and have a qualified
engineer inspect the equipment before operating again.
OPERATING DETERMINATIONS
• If the equipment has been exposed to drastic temperature fluctuation (e.g. after transportation), do not connect power or switch it on immediately. The arising condensation might damage the equipment.
Leave the equipment switched off until it has reached
room temperature.
• If your product fails to function correctly, stop use
immediately. Pack the unit securely (preferably in the original packing material), and return it to your Pro Light
dealer for service.
• Only use fuses of same type and rating.
• Repairs, servicing and power connection must only be carried out by a qualified technician. THIS UNIT CONTAINS
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS.
• This lighting fixture is for professional use only - it is
not designed for or suitable for household use. The
product must be installed by a qualified technician in
accordance with local territory regulations. The safety of
the installation is the responsibility of the installer. The
fixture presents risks of severe injury or death due to fire
hazards, electric shock and falls.
• Warning! Risk Group 2 LED product according to
EN 62471. Do not view the light output with optical
instruments or any device that may concentrate the beam.
• WARRANTY: One year from date of purchase.
If this equipment is operated in any other way, than those described in this manual, the product may suffer damage and the warranty becomes void. Incorrect operation may lead to danger e.g: short-circuit, burns and electric shocks etc.
Do not endanger your own safety and the safety of others!
Incorrect installation or use can cause serious damage to people and/or property.
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Product overview & technical specifications
100W UV COB Flood
Featuring COB technology this robust flood is loaded with a 100W UV LED which is housed in a 80° reflector and
supplied with three beam reduction lenses (25°, 40° and 50°). This fixture has been designed to fill a variety of
venues with an outstanding UV glow and is easy to transport and install. The high output LED is ideal for washing
stages, nightclubs, bowling centres and skating rinks.
•1 x 100W UV COB LED
•Beam angle: 80° native, 25°,
40° and 50° beam reduction
lenses supplied
•Ultra violet wavelength: 400nm
•1.1kHz refresh rate
•DMX channels: 1 or 2 selectable
•Static and sound active modes
•0-100% dimming and variable strobe
Specifications
100W UV COB Flood
Power consumption
105W
Power supply
100~240V, 50/60Hz
Fuse
T2A 250V
Dimensions
310 x 257 x 245mm
Weight
3.6kg
Order code
LEDJ187
•Bracket allows for multiple rigging and floor standing applications
•4 push button menu with LED
display
•PowerCON input/output
•3-Pin XLR input/output
•Fan cooled
257mm
245mm
310mm
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Technical specifications
03
04
MENU
ENTER
UP
DOWN
100W UV COB Flood
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DMX INPUT
DMX OUTPUT
05
06
11
11
FUSE:
T2A 250V
07
08
POWER INPUT:
100-240V~50/60Hz
01
01 - Earth point
02 - Safety eye
03 - LED display
04 - Function buttons
05 - 3-Pin DMX input
06 - 3-Pin DMX output
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POWER OUTPUT:
100-240V~50/60Hz
09
02
07 - PowerCON input
08 - PowerCON output
09 - Fuse T2A 250V
10 - Hanging bracket
11 - Hanging bracket adjustable knob
In the box: 1 x fixture,
1 x 25° beam reduction lens,
1 x 40° beam reduction lens,
1 x 50° beam reduction lens,
1 x power cable
& 1 x user manual
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Operating instructions
d. 0 0 1
SLAu
U. 2 5 5
d. 0 0 1
Ch01
d. 5 1 2
Ch02
DMX address/
channel setting
Slave mode
U. 0 0 0
F 5. 0 0
U. 2 5 5
F 5. 1 5
Manual dimming
mode
MENU
SJ-5
SJ-1
SJ-8
don
doFF
Stnd
rEv
don
dEFA
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Sound active/
sound sensitivity
Display backlight
Display inverse
Reset factory settings
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Operating instructions
DMX mode:
Operating in a DMX control mode environment gives the user the greatest flexibility when it comes to customising or creating a show. In this mode you will be able to control each individual trait of the fixture and each fixture independently.
To access the DMX address mode, press the “MENU” button on the rear of the unit to show d.001 on
the LED display. Now use the “UP” and “DOWN” buttons to set the required DMX address. Press the
“ENTER” button to confirm the setting. The DMX channel mode will now be displayed, use the “UP” and
“DOWN” buttons on the rear of the unit to select either 1 or 2 DMX channel mode. Press the “ENTER” button to confirm the setting.
To exit out of any of the above options, press the “MENU” button.
1 channel mode:
Channel Value
Function
1
Master dimmer (0-100%)
000-255
2 channel mode:
Channel Value
Function
1
000-255
Master dimmer (0-100%)
2
000-015
No function
016-255
Strobe (slow-fast)
Master/slave mode:
To set the master unit, press the “MENU” button on the rear of the master unit then select your desired
program (sound active or dimmer modes). To set the other units in slave mode, press the “MENU” button on the rear of the unit to show SLAu on the LED display and press the “ENTER” button to confirm the setting. The units will now run in sequence with the master unit. To exit out of any of the above options, press the “MENU” button.
Please ensure that all slave units are set to the same DMX channel mode as the master unit.
Manual dimming mode:
To access the manual dimming mode, press the “MENU” button until the display shows U.255 on
the LED display. Use the “UP” and “DOWN” buttons to select the required brightness from U.000 ~
U.255. To adjust the flash speed press the “ENTER” button and then use the “UP” and “DOWN” buttons to select any value from F5.00 ~ F5.15. Press the “ENTER” button to confirm the setting.
Value: 000 - 255 (000 = low brightness, 255 = high brightness)
Value: 00 - 15 (00 = no flash, 15 = fast flash speed)
To exit out of any of the above options, press the “MENU” button.
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Operating instructions
Sound active:
To access the sound active mode, press the “MENU” button until the display shows SJ-5 on the LED
display. Use the “UP” and “DOWN” buttons to select the required sound sensitivity from SJ-1 ~ SJ-8. Press the “ENTER” button to confirm the setting.
Value: 1 - 8 (1 = low sensitivity, 8 = high sensitivity)
To exit out of any of the above options, press the “MENU” button.
Display backlight:
To access the display backlight setting, press the “MENU” button until the display shows don on the
LED display. Use the “UP” and “DOWN” buttons to select either don (display backlight on) ~ doff
(display backlight off). Press the “ENTER” button to confirm the setting.
To exit out of any of the above options, press the “MENU” button.
Display inverse:
To access the display inverse setting, press the “MENU” button until the display shows don on the
LED display. Press the “ENTER” button to display Stnd and use the “UP” and “DOWN” buttons to
select either Stnd (display standard) ~
(display inverse). Press the “ENTER” button to confirm the setting.
rEv
To exit out of any of the above options, press the “MENU” button.
Reset factory settings:
To reset the factory settings, press the “MENU” button until the display shows don on the LED display. Press the “ENTER” button twice to display dEFa. Press the “UP” and “DOWN” buttons together and
the fixture will be reset to its factory settings.
To exit out of any of the above options, press the “MENU” button.
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DMX setup
Setting the DMX address:
The DMX mode enables the use of a universal DMX controller. Each fixture requires a “start address”
from 1- 511. A fixture requiring one or more channels for control begins to read the data on the channel
indicated by the start address. For example, a fixture that occupies or uses 7 channels of DMX and was
addressed to start on DMX channel 100, would read data from channels: 100,101,102,103,104,105
and 106. Choose a start address so that the channels used do not overlap. E.g. the next unit in the
chain starts at 107.
DMX 512:
DMX (Digital Multiplex) is a universal protocol used as a form of communication between intelligent
fixtures and controllers. A DMX controller sends DMX data instructions form the controller to the fixture.
DMX data is sent as serial data that travels from fixture to fixture via the DATA “IN” and DATA “OUT” XLR terminals located on all DMX fixtures (most controllers only have a data “out” terminal).
DMX linking:
DMX is a language allowing all makes and models of different manufactures to be linked together and operate from a single controller, as long as all fixtures and the controller are DMX compliant. To ensure proper DMX data transmission, when using several DMX fixtures try to use the shortest cable path possible. The order in which fixtures are connected in a DMX line does not influence the DMX addressing. For example; a fixture assigned to a DMX address of 1 may be placed anywhere in a DMX line, at the beginning, at the end, or anywhere in the middle. When a fixture is assigned a DMX address of 1, the DMX controller knows to send DATA assigned to address 1 to that unit, no matter where it is located in the DMX chain.
DATA cable (DMX cable) requirements (for DMX operation):
This fixture can be controlled via DMX-512 protocol. The DMX address is set on the back of the unit.
Your unit and your DMX controller require a standard 3-pin XLR connector for data input/output, see image below.
Further DMX cables can be
purchased from all good sound
and lighting suppliers or Pro Light Concepts dealers.
Please quote:
CABL10 – 2m
CABL11 – 5m
CABL12 – 10m
Note: DMX cable must be daisy chained and cannot be split.
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DMX setup
Notice:
Be sure to follow the diagrams below when making your own cables. Do not connect the cables shield conductor to the ground lug or allow the shield conductor to come in contact with the XLRs outer casing. Grounding the shield could cause a short circuit and erratic behaviour.
Special note:
Line termination:
When longer runs of cable are used, you may need to use a terminator on the last unit to avoid erratic behaviour.
Using a cable terminator will decrease
the possibilities of erratic behaviour.
(3-pin - Order ref: CABL90, 5-pin - Order ref: CABL89)
Termination reduces signal transmission
problems and interference. It is always
advisable to connect a DMX terminal,
(resistance 120 Ohm 1/4 W) between pin 2
(DMX-) and pin 3 (DMX+) of the last fixture.
5-pin XLR DMX connectors:
Some manufactures use 5-pin XLR connectors for data transmission in place of 3-pin. 5-pin XLR fixtures
may be implemented in a 3-pin XLR DMX line. When inserting standard 5-pin XLR connectors in to a
3-pin line a cable adaptor must be used. The diagram below details the correct cable conversion.
5-pin XLR (socket)
Pin 1: GND (screen)
Pin 2: Signal (-)
Pin 3: Signal (+)
Pin 4: N/C
Pin 5: N/C
3-pin XLR (socket)
Pin 1: GND (screen)
Pin 2: Signal (-)
Pin 3: Signal (+)
3-pin XLR (socket)
Pin 1: GND (screen)
Pin 2: Signal (-)
Pin 3: Signal (+)
5-pin XLR (socket)
Pin 1: GND (screen)
Pin 2: Signal (-)
Pin 3: Signal (+)
Pin 4: N/C
Pin 5: N/C
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WEEE notice
Correct Disposal of this Product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries
with separate collection systems)
This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it should not be disposed with other household wastes at the end of its working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate this from other
types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their
local government office, for details of where and how they can take this item for environmentally
safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
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