Elation | 1400E | Specifications | Elation 1400E Specifications

Design Wash 1400E
Elation Professional
6122 S. Eastern Ave
Los Angeles, Ca. 90040
Rev. 08/08/2008-visage
Design Wash 1400E™
CONTENTS
1.
General Information……………………………………………………………………… 4
a. Introduction………………………………………………………………………. 4
b. Customer Support…………………………………………….………………… 3
c.
Warranty Registration……………………………………………………..……. 5
d. Discharge Lamp Warning………………………………………………………. 5
2.
Safety Instructions………………………………………………………........…………. 7
3.
Features…………………………………………………………………………………… 9
4.
General Guidelines………………………………………………………………………. 10
5.
Lamp Installation…………………………………………………………………………. 11
a. Lamp installation…………………………………………………….………….. 11
b. Lamp optimization……………………………………………………..………… 12
6.
Mounting and Installation………………………………………………………….……. 14
a. Mounting Positions……………………………………………………………… 14
b. Mounting Points…………………………………………………………………. 15
c.
7.
Securing………………………………………………………………………….. 16
Understanding DMX……………………………………………………………………... 17
a. DMX Linking……..………………………………………………………………. 17
b. DMX Cable Requirements..……………………………………………………. 17
c.
DMX Termination………..………………………………………………………. 19
d. DMX Addressing………………………………………………………………… 19
8.
Fixture Menu……………………………………………………………………………… 21
a. Menu functions………………………………………………………………….. 23
9.
Menu Functions.…………………………………………………………………………. 24
10. DMX Addressing…………………………………………………………………………. 32
11. Operation…………………………………………………………………………………. 34
12. Working with Built-In Programs………………………………………………………….36
13. DMX Channel Traits……………………………………………………………………… 40
14. Fuse Replacement……………………………………………………………………….. 46
15. Error Codes……………………………………………………………………………….. 47
16. Cleaning and Maintenance……………………………………………………………… 51
17. Warranty…………………………………………………………………………………... 52
18. Photometric Data………………………………………………………………………… 54
19. Dimensional Drawings………………………………………………….……………….. 56
20. Circuit Schematic………...………………………………………………………………. 57
21. Technical Specifications…………………………………………...………….………… 59
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1. GENERAL INFORMATION
INTRODUCTION: Congratulations, you have just purchased one of the most innovative and
reliable lighting fixtures on the market today! The Design Wash 1400E,™ has been designed
to perform reliably for years when the guidelines in this booklet are followed. Please read
and understand the instructions in this manual carefully and thoroughly before attempting to
operate this unit. These instructions contain important information regarding safety during
use and maintenance.
UNPACKING: Thank you for purchasing the Design Wash 1400E™ by Elation Professional®.
Every Design Wash 1400E™ has been thoroughly tested and has been shipped in perfect
operating condition. Carefully check the shipping carton for damage that may have occurred
during shipping. If the carton appears to be damaged, carefully inspect your unit for damage
and be sure all accessories necessary to operate the unit have arrived intact. In the event
damage has been found or parts are missing, please contact our customer support team for
further instructions. Please do not return this unit to your dealer without first contacting
customer support at the number listed below.
CUSTOMER SUPPORT: Elation Professional® provides a customer support line, to provide
set up help and to answer any question should you encounter problems during your set up
or initial operation. You may also visit us on the web at www.elationlighting.com for any
comments or suggestions. For service related issue please contact Elation Professional®.
Service Hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time.
Voice:
(323) 582-3322
Fax:
(323) 832-9142
E-mail:
support@elationlighting.com
Forum:
www.ElationLighting.com/forum
Warning! To prevent or reduce the risk of electrical shock or fire, do not expose this unit to
rain or moisture.
Caution! There are no user serviceable parts inside this unit. Do not attempt any repairs
yourself, doing so will void your manufactures warranty.
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Please do not discard the shipping carton in the trash, keep for warranty repair. Please
recycle whenever possible.
WARRANTY REGISTRATION: The Design Wash 1400E™ carries a two year (730 days)
limited warranty. Please fill out the enclosed warranty card to validate your purchase. All
returned service items whether under warranty or not, must be freight pre-paid and
accompany a return authorization (R.A.) number. The R.A. number must be clearly written
on the outside of the return package. A brief description of the problem as well as the R.A.
number must also be written down on a piece of paper and included in the shipping
container. If the unit is under warranty, you must provide a copy of your proof of purchase
invoice. Items returned without a R.A. number clearly marked on the outside of the package
will be refused and returned at customer’s expense. You may obtain a R.A. number by
contacting customer support at (323) 213-4593.
DISCHARGE LAMP WARNING: This fixture is fitted with a discharge
lamp, which is highly susceptible to damage if improperly handled.
Never touch the lamp with your bare hands, as the oil from your hands
will shorten lamp life. Also, never move the fixture until the lamp has
had ample time to cool. Remember, lamps are not covered under
warranty conditions.
UV RADIATION: This fixture emits intense UV radiation, which is harmful to the eyes and
skin. The intense luminance of the lamp can cause severe damage to the retina. Never
operate this fixture with the protective covers removed, these covers have been specially
designed to shield against UV radiation.
Epileptic Warning: Those suffering from epilepsy should avoid looking directly into the
lamp at all times.
Avoid switching the fixture on and off repeatedly in short intervals, as this will reduce lamp
life and intensity.
To achieve the intensity associated with discharge lamps, these lamps use a gas sealed in a
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high-pressure environment to emit a brilliant output. Due to the high pressure involved with
the construction of the lamp, the lamp may explode during prolonged extensive use. This
risk is increased with age; added care is encouraged when dealing with older lamps. Thus,
lamp should always be replaced at the end of their recommended duty cycle. Extreme
caution should be used when operated this or any fixture fitted with a gas discharge lamp.
Never open this fixture while in use!
During the initial operation of this fixture, a light smoke or smell may emit from the interior of
the fixture. This is a normal process and is caused by excess paint in the interior of the
casing burning off from the heat associated with the lamp and will decrease gradually over
time.
This device falls under protection-class 1. Therefore it is essential that the device be
grounded properly.
Only qualified personnel should perform all electrical connections.
Be sure the available voltage matches the voltage requirements of the unit.
Be sure the power cord is never crimped or damaged. If the power cord is damaged, replace
it immediately with a new one of similar power rating.
Always disconnect from main power before performing any type of service or any cleaning
procedure.
Only handle the power cord by the plug. Never pull out the plug by tugging the wire portion of
the cord.
Please be aware that damages caused by manual modifications to the device are not
subject to warranty.
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2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The Design Wash 1400E™ is an extremely sophisticated piece
of electronic equipment. To guarantee a smooth operation, it is
important to follow the guidelines in this manual. The
manufacturer of this device will not accept responsibility for
damages resulting from the misuse of this fixture due to the
disregard of the information printed in this manual.
1. Always be sure that the fan and the air inlets remain clean and are never blocked.
Allow about 6” (15cm) between this fixture and other devices or a wall to allow for
proper cooling.
2. Never touch the fixture during normal operation. This can cause severe personal
injuries and/or damage to the fixture.
3. Be sure to unplug the Design Wash 1400E™ from the power outlet before
performing any service related issues.
4. Lamp Replacement; Please wait at least 15 minutes after disconnecting the main
power before you open the Design Wash 1400E™. To prevent personal injury,
never touch the lamp if you are not absolutely sure it has cooled.
5. Never look directly into the lamp beam. You risk injury to your retina, which may
induce blindness.
6. Be sure to track and record the lamp running time. The lamp should be changed at
the end of the specified lamp life, regardless of lamp output. You may also have to
change the lamp if it shows any deformations or damage. The same is with all
glass components, color filters, lenses and mirrors.
7. For safe operation, follow the Installation guide described in chapter five of this
manual. Operating the Design Wash 1400E™ without suited safety aids such as
safety cables or clamps can increase the risk of damage and/or personal injury.
8. Qualified and certified personnel should only perform installation.
9. When mounting this fixture, use only the original rigging parts included with this
fixture. Any structural modification will void the original manufactures warranty and
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may increase the risk of damage and/or personal injury.
10. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this fixture to rain or
moisture.
11. Do not attempt to operate this fixture if the power cord has become damaged or
frayed.
Important Notice: Damages resulting from the disregard of safety and general user
instructions found in this user manual are not subject to any warranty claims.
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3. FEATURES
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Pan 630° or 540˚ (User selectable) / Tilt 265°
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30 Built-In Color Preset Macros
•
3 operation mode: DMX Controlled, Stand-Alone or Sound Activated
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2 Color Wheels (Replaceable Filters)
o Wheel 1: 4 Colors plus White
o Wheel 2: 2 Colors plus CTB, UV & White
•
CMY & CTO Variable Color Mixing for Infinite Color Possibilities
•
Easy to Navigate, Full Color, On-Board LCD Menu (may be turned 180°)
•
Strobe Effect: 0~10 flashes per second
•
Motorized Focus (Near to Far)
•
Brilliant Phillips MSR Gold 1200 FastFit Lamp (1200w / 6300K / 750Hrs / 95,000Lm)
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Linear Dimmer from 0%~100%
•
240v ~ 50/60Hz Operation
•
Variable, Linear Frost Filter (0% ~ 100%)
•
RDMX (Remote DMX addressing from any DMX console)
•
Auto test for all functions
•
Automatic Pan/Tilt Correction
•
Motorized Linear Zoom (11˚ ~ 45˚)
•
Glass Dichroic Reflector for Even Lamp Output
•
Modular Design for easy service and maintenance
•
USITT DMX-512 Complaint
o 17 DMX Channels (16bit Operation)
o 15 DMX Channels (8bit Operation)
•
8 User Assignable Program Presets - Internal Program: Edit and save programs to
the incorporated EPROM. Maximum of 48 scenes.
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4. GENERAL GUIDELINES
This fixture is a professional lighting effect designed for use on stage, in nightclubs, in
theatres, etc. Do not attempt operation or installation without a proper knowledge on how to
do so.
This fixture was designed for indoor use only.
Consistent operational breaks may ensure that the fixture will function properly for many
years to come.
Do not shake the fixture around. Avoid brute force when installing or operating the device.
While choosing an installation location, please be sure that the fixture will not be exposed to
extreme heat, moisture or dust. The minimum distance between the fixture and a wall or flat
surface should be at least 0.5 meter (about 1.5ft).
Always install the fixture with an appropriate safety cable. When installing the fixture in a
suspended environment always be sure to use mounting hardware no less than M10 x 25
mm, also be sure the hardware is insert in the pre-arranged screw holes in the base of the
fixture.
When using the quick release “Omega” cam-lock system, be sure the four quick lock
fasteners are locked in the quick lock holes correctly.
Do not attempt to operate this fixture until you have familiarized yourself with its functions.
Do not permit operation by persons not qualified for operating this type of theatrical fixture,
most damages are the result of operations by nonprofessionals.
If possible, please use the original packaging to transport the fixture in for service.
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5. FIXTURE OVERVIEW
1. Head
2. Output Lens
3. Yoke
4. Antenna
5. Base
6. Full Color LC-Display
7. Menu Jog Wheel
8. Mode/esc Button
9. Enter Button
10. Software update socket
11. Lamp Cover
12. Carrying Handle
13. Power Cord
14. Fuse 1
15. Fuse 2
16. 3-Pin DMX Input
17. 5-Pin DMX Input
18. 3-Pin DMX Output
19. 5-Pin DMX Output
20.
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6. LAMP INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
For a proper and safe lamp change, please read this chapter carefully and follow all
instructions.
Safety Regulations
•
Disconnect the unit’s main power supply.
•
Allow the unit to cool for at least 15 minutes before attempting any type of service.
•
Before you put the Design Wash 1400E™ back into operation after a lamp change,
be sure all covers have been replaced and/or closed and secured. Operating the
fixture with the covers removed risk damage to the retina and exposure to harmful
UV radiation!
•
Replace the lamp with an approved replacement type. Be sure to follow all the lamp
handling procedures included with your new lamp. Never handle the new lamp with
your bare hands as the oils from your skin may damage the lamp. Always replace
with a lamp that meets the original lamp specification, failure to do so may damage
the unit and will void your manufactures warranty.
Installation Procedure:
1. Set the fixture on a flat surface and remove the four screws labeled “A” “B,” “C,” and
“D” found on the back plate of the head assembly to access the lamp.
2. Gently remove the old lamp by grasping the ceramic base and turning it
counter-clockwise until it is loose.
3. Insert the new lamp securely, locking the lamp by turning it clockwise until it locks in
place. Before reassembling the unit, be sure the new lamp is securely seated in the
lamp socket. Always be sure to only use specified lamp types! (MSR Gold 1200
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FastFit).
4. Once the lamp has been inserted and secured into the socket, follow the lamp
optimization instructions outlined below, then lock the lamp cover back in to place.
5. Reset the lamp run time in the system menu.
6. Always be sure to optimize the lamp after lamp replacement.
Caution!
Do not attempt to operate this fixture without the protective
covers in tacked.
Lamp Optimization
The lamp orientation and optimization must be adjusted after every lamp change. This
procedure centers the lamp in the reflector. Proper optimization will increase lamp life and
ensure a bright, crisp, and even output. Improper optimization may add a yellow tint to the
lamp output and reduce intensity. The minimum deviation amount is 1.0mm. Running the
fixture within a lower deviation can cause damage to the lamp and/or lens.
The Design Wash 1400E™ lamp holder is aligned at the factory. However, due to slight
imperfections in all lamps, fine adjustments will improve light performance. Please follow the
procedure below for proper lamp optimization:
1. Using a DMX controller or the control panel on the unit, strike the lamp and focus the
light on a flat surface (beam open, white, no gobo, no effect).
2. Center the hot-spot (the brightest part of the beam) using the 3 adjustment screws
located under the lamp cover labeled A, B, and C as illustrated on the next page. 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.
3. To reduce a hot-spot, pull the lamp in by turning all three screws clockwise a 1/4-turn
at a time until the light is evenly distributed.
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Please remember that a MSR Gold 1200 FastFit lamp is not a hot-restrike lamp therefore,
you must wait approximately 15 minutes before you can attempt to strike the lamp once it
has been turned off.
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7. MOUNTING AND INSTALLATION
Cautions:
For added protection mount the fixtures in areas outside walking paths, seating areas, or in
areas were unauthorized personnel might reach the fixture.
Before mounting the fixture to any surface, make sure that the installation area can hold a
minimum point load of 10 times the device’s weight.
Fixture installation must always be secured with a secondary safety attachment, such as an
appropriate safety cable.
Never stand directly below the device when mounting, removing, or servicing the fixture.
Mounting
The Design Wash 1400E™ is fully operational in two different mounting positions, hanging
upside-down from a ceiling, or set on a flat level surface (see illustration on next page). Be
sure this fixture is kept at least 0.5m (1.5ft) away from any flammable materials (decoration
etc.). Always use and install the supplied safety cable as a safety measure to prevent
accidental damage and/or injury in the event the clamp fails.
Refer to regulations BGV C1 (formerly VBG 70) and DIN VDE0711-217
for proper installation in Europe To ensure proper installation, only
qualified staff should attempt installation.
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Mounting points
Overhead mounting requires extensive experience, including amongst others calculating
working load limits, a fine knowledge of the installation material being used, and periodic
safety inspection of all installation material and the fixture. If you lack these qualifications, do
not attempt the installation yourself. Improper installation can result in bodily injury.
CAUTION!
Be sure a qualified electrician performs all electrical
connections.
Be sure to complete all rigging and installation procedures before connecting the main
power cord to the appropriate wall outlet.
Clamp Mounting
The Design Wash 1400E™ provides a unique mounting bracket assembly that integrates
the hanging yoke as well as the safety cable rigging point in one unit (see the illustration on
the next page). When mounting this fixture to truss be sure to secure an appropriately rated
clamp to the hanging yoke using a M10 screw fitted through the center hole of the hanging
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yoke. As an added safety measure be sure to attached at least one properly rated safety
cable to the fixture using on of the safety cable rigging point integrated in the bracket
assembly
Securing the Design Wash 1400E™
Regardless of the rigging option you choose for your Design Wash 1400E™ always be sure
to secure your fixture with a safety cable. The fixture provides a built-in rigging point for a
safety cable on the hanging bracket as illustrated above. Be sure to only use the designated
rigging point for the safety cable and never secure a safety cable to a carrying handle.
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8. UNDERSTANDING DMX
DMX-512: DMX is short for Digital Multiplex. This is a universal protocol used by most
lighting and controller manufactures as a form of communication between intelligent fixtures
and controllers. DMX allows all makes and models of different manufactures to be linked
together and operate from a single controller. This is possible as long as all the fixtures and
the controller are DMX compliant. A DMX controller sends the DMX data instructions to the
fixture allowing the user to control the different aspects of an intelligent light. DMX data is
sent out as serial data that travels from fixture to fixture via data “IN” and data “OUT” XLR
terminals located on the fixtures (most controllers will only have output jacks).
DMX Linking: To ensure proper DMX data transmission always use proper DMX cables and
a terminator. When using several DMX fixtures try to use the shortest cable path possible.
Never split a DMX line with a “Y” style connector. The order in which the fixtures are
connected in a DMX line does not influence the DMX addressing. For example; a fixture
assigned a DMX address of 1 may be placed anywhere in the DMX chain, at the beginning,
at the end, or anywhere in the middle. The DMX controller knows to send data assigned to
address 1 to that fixture no matter where it is located in the DMX chain. The Design Wash
1400E™ can be controlled via DMX-512 protocol. The Design Wash 1400E™ is a
17-channel DMX fixture (16-bit mode). The DMX address is set electronically using the
controls on the LCD menu.
Data Cable (DMX Cable) Requirements (For DMX and Master/Slave Operation): Your
fixture and your DMX controller require a standard 3-pin or 5-pin XLR connector for data
input and data output (the figure on the next page is of a 3-Pin XLR connector). If you are
making your own cables, be sure to use two conductor shielded digital DMX cable rated at
120 ohms; this cable is designed for DMX transmission and may be purchased from your
Elation dealer or at most professional lighting retailers. Your cables should be made with a
male and female XLR connector on either end of the cable. Also, remember that a DMX line
must be daisy chained and cannot be split, unless using an approved DMX splitter such as
the Elation Opto Branch 4™ or DMX Branch/4™.
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Be sure to follow the above figure when making your own cables. Do not use the ground lug
on the XLR connector. Do not connect the cable’s shield conductor to the ground lug or
allow the shield conductor to come in contact with the XLR’s outer casing. Grounding the
shield could cause a short circuit and erratic behavior.
DMX-512 control connection
Connect the provided XLR cable to the female 3-pin XLR output of your controller and the
other side to the male 3-pin XLR input of the moving head (Please refer to the diagram
below.). You can chain multiple moving heads together through serial linking. The cable that
should be used is two conductor, shielded DMX cable with XLR input and output connectors.
Remember to daisy chain your “in” and “out” data connections, never split or “Y” your DMX
connections unless you are using an approved DMX splitter such as the Elation Opto Branch
4™ or DMX Branch/4™.
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DMX-512 connection with DMX terminator
A DMX terminator should be used in all DMX lines especially in longer runs. The use of a
terminator may avoid erratic behavior in your DMX line. A terminator is a 120 ohm 1/4 watt
resistor that is connected between pins 2 and 3 of a male XLR connector (DATA + and DATA
-). This fixture is inserted in the female XLR connector of the last fixture in your daisy chain
to terminate the line. Using a line terminator (Elation part: DMX T PACK) will decrease the
possibilities of erratic behavior.
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, these adaptors are readily available at most electric stores. The following chart
details a proper cable conversion.
Fixture DMX addressing;
All fixtures should be given a DMX starting address when using a DMX controller, so the
correct fixture responds to the correct control signal. This digital starting address is the
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channel number from which the fixture starts to “listen” to the digital control information sent
out from the DMX controller. The allocation of this starting DMX address is achieved by
setting the correct DMX address on the digital display located on the head of the fixture.
You can set the same starting address for all fixtures or a group of fixtures, or set different
address for each individual fixture. Be advised that setting all you fixtures to the same DMX
address will subsequently control all fixtures in the same fashion, in other words, changing
the settings of one channel will affect all the fixtures simultaneously.
If you set each fixture to a different DMX address, each unit will start to “listen” to the
channel number you have set, based on the quantity of control channels (DMX channels) of
each fixture. That means changing the settings of one channel will only affect the selected
fixture.
In the case of the Design Wash 1400E™, which is a 17 channel fixture, you should set the
starting DMX address of the first unit to 1, the second unit to 18 (17 + 1), the third unit to 35
(17 + 18), and so on.
Note: During start-up the Design Wash 1400E™ will automatically detect whether a DMX
data signal is being received or not. If DMX data signal is being received, the display will
show "Addr=XXX" (XXX representing the actual DMX address). If the fixture is not
receiving a DMX signal the display will flash. If your fixture is connected to a DMX controller
and the display is flashing (not receiving a DMX signal), please check the following:
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The 3-PIN or 5-PIN XLR input plug (cable with DMX signal from controller) is not
connected or is not inserted completely into the DMX input jack of the fixture.
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The DMX controller is switched off or defective.
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The DMX cable or connector is defective.
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A DMX terminator has been inserted into the last fixture in your DMX chain.
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9. FIXTURE MENU
On-Board System Menu: The Design Wash 1400E™ comes with an easy to navigate
system menu. This next section will detail the functions of each command in the system
menu.
LCD Control Panel: The control panel located on the side of the fixture allows you to
access the main menu and make necessary adjustments to the Design Wash 1400E™.
During normal operation, tapping the “MODE/ESC” key once will access the fixture’s main
menu. Once in the main menu you can navigate through the different functions and access
the sub-menus with the Up and Down buttons. Once you reach a field that requires
adjusting, tap the ENTER button to activate that field and use the UP and Down button to
adjust the field. Tapping the Enter button once more will confirm your setting. You may exit
the main menu at any time without making any adjustments by tapping the MODE/ESC
Function Mode
button.
Set DMX Address
A001~AXXX
DMX address setting
Value Display
PAN…
DMX value display
Set To Slave
Slave1, Slave2, Slave3
Slave setting
Auto Program
Master / Alone
Auto program
Music Control
Master / Alone
Music control
Information
Time Information
Temperature Info
Current Time
XXXX (Hours)
Power “on" running time
Total Run Time
XXXX (Hours)
Fixture running time
Total Lamp Time
XXXX (Hours)
Lamp running time
Lamp Off Time
XXXX (Minute)
Lamp off time
Clear Lamp Time
ON/OFF
Clear lamp time
Total Fans-Clear T.
XXXX (Day)
Fans Clear time
Clear Fans-Clear T.
ON/OFF
Clear Fans-Clear time
Fans-Clear T. Setup
OFF~250(Day)
Fans-Clear time setup
Base Temperature
XX C˚/F˚
Base Internal Temperature
Head Temperature
XXX C˚/F˚
Head Internal Temperature
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Product Info.
Unit Model
XXXX
Unit production model
Software Version
Ver 1.1….
Software version of each
Lamp Control
IC
Lamp On or Off
ON/OFF
Lamp on/off
Automatic La-On
ON/OFF
Lamp “On” with Power on
Lamp On Via DMX
ON/OFF
Lamp on via DMX
Lamp Off Via DMX
ON/OFF
Lamp off via DMX
Lamp Off No DMX
OFF, 0FF~19M
Lamp off if no DMX
Lamp On at Temp.
20~79 C˚, 45C˚ /68~174F˚ 113 F˚
Lamp restart at temp.
Lamp Off at Temp.
80~139 C˚, 130 C˚ /176~282 F˚, 266 F˚
Lamp off at temp.
Personality
Status Settings
Fans Control
Blackout Movement
ON/OFF
PAN/TILT Activate blackout
Blackout Colors
ON/OFF
Colors Activate blackout
Addr. Via DMX
ON/OFF
Add. via DMX
No DMX Status
Auto/Music/Close/Hold
Auto run if no DMX
Battery Charge
ON/OFF
Battery charge switch
Pan Reverse
ON/OFF
Pan Reverse movement
Tilt Reverse
ON/OFF
Tilt Reverse movement
Fine Resolution
ON/OFF
Fine resolution switch
Pan Degree
630/540
Pan Degree Select
Movement Feedback
ON/OFF
Auto Pan/Tilt Correction
Movement Speed
Speed 1~ 4
Movement Mode Select
Mic Sensitivity
0~99%
Sensitivity of Mic.
Auto Fans Speed
Fans Speed Mode Select
High Fans Speed
Low Fans Speed
Temperature C/F
Temperature
Celsius
between C˚/F˚
Fahrenheit
Display Settings
Display Close Time
05 M, 02-59M
Display off interval
Display Intensity
70%, 40~99%
LCD brightness
Display Contrast
185 150 199
Display Contrast
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Initial Effect
PAN……
Initial effect position
Wireless DMX
Activate WDMX
Activate WDMX
De-activate WDMX
De-activate WDMX
Rest WDMX Memory
Reset Wireless DMX
PAN =XXX
memory
Effect Adjust
Reset Function
Reset Default
ON/OFF
Restore factory sett.
Reset All
Reset all motors
Reset Pan/Tilt
Reset Pan/Tilt
Reset Colors
Reset color wheel
Reset Shutter
Reset shutter and dimmer
Reset Others
Reset other motors
Test Channel
PAN ……
Manual Control
PAN
PAN =XXX
:
:
--Password--
Password=XXX
Color wheel
Color wheel=XXX
:
:
Calibrate Values
Test function
Fine adjustment
Calibrate
adjustable
Menu
for
motors
all
and
effects. Password “050”
User Mode
XXXXXX(Band)
Allows the user to change
Select
T…
the order of the DMX
F…
channels to match other
fixtures.
Users Mode Set
E…
S…
M…
R…
User Mode A
User Mode B
User Mode C
Edit User Mode
PAN
PAN = CH01
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Select Programs
Auto Pro Part
1
Edit Program
Auto Pro Part
2
Edit Program
Edit Scenes
Select programs to be run
Program 1 ~ 10 Program 2
Auto Pro Part
3
Program 1 ~ 10 Program 3
Program 1
Program Test
:
Step 01=SCxxx
Program in loop
Program 10
Step 64=SCxxx
Save and exit
Edit
Pan,Tilt,……
Pan=xxx……
--Secne Time--
TIME=XX.XS
Scene
001
~ Edit Scene
250
Rec. Controller
Program 1 ~ 10 Program 1
Input
By
Testing program
Save and automatically
return
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Outside
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10 MENU FUNCTIONS:
10.1 Function Mode
10.1.1. DMX address setting
This function is used to set or adjust the fixture’s starting DMX address. Every device
controlled by DMX has to have a unique starting address. The addressing feature is
what allows DMX to function properly. The DMX address of a fixture is what allows it to
communicate with a controller properly. The DMX addressing also allows the fixture to
ignore any DMX information coming from the controller that is not meant specifically for
the fixture. Because each fixture is connected in a daisy-chain fashion it is imperative
to assign a proper and unique starting DMX address to each and every fixture. The
DMX address is non-destructive and will remain in the fixture’s memory even when the
power to the unit is switched off. Memory is backed-up and retain by an internal power
source that should last about five years. For proper DMX addressing see Section
10/Page 32 of this user manual.
10.1.2. Display the DMX 512 value of each channel
With this function you can display the DMX 512 value of each channel. The display will
automatically readout the changing DMX values as they are received.
10.1.3. Slave setting
With this function, you can define the device as slave for operation in Master/Slave
mode.
10.1.4. Auto Program
This function allows the internal programs to run. The desired program is selected in the
“Select program” section of the control menu. You can set the number of steps under
“Edit program”. You can edit the individual scenes under “Edit scenes”. With this
function, you can run the individual scenes either automatically, i.e. with the adjusted
Step-Time.
10.1.5. Music control
With this function, you can run the internal program via sound.
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10.2 Information:
10.2.1. Time information
Current time
This function displays the running time of the fixture from the last power on. The
display shows “XXXX”, where “XXXX” represents the number of hours the fixture
has been running. This counter is automatically reset after every power-on.
Total Run Time
This function tracks the total running time of the fixture from the very first start-up.
Where “XXXX ”represents the total number of running hours. This time is none
destructive and will remain in the fixtures memory indefinitely.
Total Lamp Time
This function tracks the total number of lamp running hours. Where “XXXX”
represents the number of hours the lamp has been running. This counter should be
reset after every lamp change.
Lamp off time
This function displays the running time of the lamp from the last power on. The
display shows “XXXX”, where “XXXX” represents the number of minutes the lamp
has been running since it was last struck. This counter is automatically reset after
every power-on.
Clear lamp time
This function resets the lamp “ON” time to zero. Please reset the lamp “ON” time at
every lamp replacement. This procedure tracks the lamp running time so the lamp
can be replaced at the end of it’s recommended duty cycle.
• Select “Clear lamp time” in the system menu.
• The LCD will display “ON” or “OFF.” Were “ON” will reset the lamp time.
• Press enter to confirm.
• Press the Mode/Esc-button to return to the main menu.
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Total Fans-Clear T. (Fan operating days since last cleaning)
With this function you can display the operating days since the fan/anti-dust filter
was cleaned last. The display shows “XXXX”, “X” stands for the number of days.
Clear Fans-Clear T. (Clear fan operating days)
With this function you can clear the operating days of the fan. Please effect this
function after every cleaning procedure of the fan/anti-dust filter.
• Select “Clear fans clear t.” by turning the encoder.
• Turn the encoder, the display indicates “ON” or “OFF”.
• Press the Enter button to confirm.
• Press the Mode/Esc button in order to return to the main menu.
Fans-Clear T. Setup (Select fan maintenance interval)
With this function you can select the desired maintenance interval of the
fan/anti-dust filter. You can select either OFF or 1-250 days. We recommend a
cleaning procedure every 90 days.
• Select “Fans clear t. setup” by turning the encoder.
• Press the Enter button, the display indicates “OFF”.
• Turn the encoder, to adjust the desired number of days or "OFF”.
• Press the Enter button to confirm.
• Press the Mode/Esc button in order to return to the main menu.
10.2.2. Temp. Info.
Base Temp – This function will display the base temperature of the fixture.
Head Temp – This function will display the head temperature of the fixture.
10.2.3. Product Info.
Unit Model – This function will display the fixture model number.
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Software version - This function will display the current operating software version
of the fixture.
•
Select “Software Version” in the system menu.
•
Press enter to confirm.
•
The LCD will read “V-X.X”, “X.X” represents the version number, e.g. “V-1.0”,
“V-2.6”.
•
Use the UP and DOWN buttons to toggle through the software version of
different IC’s.
•
Press the Mode/Esc-button to return to the main menu.
10.3 Lamp Control:
10.3.1. Lamp on/off
With this function you can switch the lamp on or off via the Control Board.
• Select "Lamp on/off" by turning the LCD controls.
• Press the LCD controls, the display shows “ON” or “OFF”.
• Turn the LCD controls to select “ON” if you wish to strike the lamp or “OFF” in order
to switch it off.
• Press “ENTER” to confirm.
• Press the Mode/Esc-button in order to return to the main menu.
10.3.2. Automatic La-On
With this function you can select if the lamp will be switched on when switching the
power on. Select “ON” by turning the LCD controls if you wish to enable this function or
“OFF” if you don’t.
10.3.3. Lamp on via DMX
With this function you can select if you can switch the lamp on via an external controller.
Select “ON” by turning the LCD controls if you wish to enable this function or “OFF” if
you don’t.
10.3.4. Lamp off via DMX
With this function you can select if you can switch the lamp off via an external controller.
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you don’t.
10.3.5. Lamp Off if no DMX
With this function you can select to switch off the lamp off automatically if there is no
DMX signal). Select “ON” by turning the LCD controls if you wish to enable this function
or “OFF” if you don’t.
10.3.6. Lamp on at temp.
With this function you can set the inside temperature from which the projector will strike
the lamp after an automatic lamp shut off.
10.3.7. Lamp off at temp.
With this function you can set the inside temperature at which the projector will
automatically switch the lamp off. Turn the LCD controls to select the maximum inside
temperature between 80° C and 139° C. Inside temperatures below 90° C are not critical.
90° C and more should lead to the lamp being switched off. Please note that the outside
temperature should not exceed 45° C.
10.4 Personality:
10.4.1. Status setting
Blackout movement
With this function, you can switch the DMX-function Blackout with
Pan/Tilt-movement on or off.
Blackout colors/gobos
With this function, you can switch the DMX-function Blackout at
colors/gobos-change on or off.
Address via DMX - This function allows the DMX address to remotely be adjusted
from a DMX console. This setting requires special settings for both the controller and
the fixture. RDMX is on by default. For operational instructions please see Section
10/Page 32 of this manual “Remote DMX addressing.”
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No DMX Status – This function dictates how the fixture will function if it looses
DMX signal during normal operation. The default function is set to hold, in which
the fixture will lock into the last DMX signal it received and remain in that position
until it is turned off or begins receiving a new DMX signal.
If the fixture is turned
on without any DMX signal, the fixture will automatically go in to sound-active
mode. Available settings are: “Close” – Shutter flags will close. “Hold” – Fixture
will remain at it’s last settings. “Auto Program” – Fixture will go into stand-alone
mode, running the built-in program. “Music Control” – The fixture will go into
sound-active mode.
Battery charger
With this function, the rechargeable battery in the Control Board can be charged.
Please note that continued recharging shortens the battery life substantially. This is
why we recommend charging the battery only when needed. Please set this option
to ON for charging the battery.
Pan Reverse - This function allows you to invert all pan movements. Use the Up
and Down buttons to turn this function On and Off. Press the Enter button to accept
the change or the Mode button to cancel and return to the main menu.
Tilt Reverse - This function allows you to invert all tilt movements. Use the Up and
Down buttons to turn this function On and Off. Press the Enter button to accept the
change or the Mode button to cancel and return to the main menu.
Fine resolution – This function changes the DMX channel operation from 8bit to
16bit.
Pan Degree – This function changes the maximum Pan resolution from either 540˚
or 630˚. The default function is 540˚.
Feedback – This function turns the feedback correction on or off. This function is set
to on as default.
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Movement Speed – This function changes the order of the DMX channels to more
closely match similar fixtures from different vendors, thus allowing the user easier
functionality when programming. There are four different mode variations.
Mic Sensitivity – This function make the internal microphone more or less sensitive
to sound. This function only works in conjunction with the sound active modes. The
default setting is 70% and setting range from 0 % to 99 %.
10.4.2. Service Settings – These adjustments and settings should only be performed by a
technician familiar with the functionality this fixture. Incorrect setting of these
functions may result reduced performance or damage to the fixture.
Service Password: The correct password must be entered before attempting wheel
calibration, changing fan voltage, or changing the gobo speed.
Fan Voltage: This function will change the fan voltage from either “Low” or “High.”
Low will send normal voltage to the fan, for normal operation. High will send slightly
higher voltage to fans that allows the fans to operate at higher than normal speeds.
This setting should only be used in extreme cases of higher than normal
temperatures. Using the fans in “HIGH” mode will decrease fan life over time. Low is
the default setting.
10.4.3. Fans Control - This function is used to change the functionality of the internal
cooling fans. The available selections are: 1) “AUTO” – The fans will automatically
switch between low and high speeds depending on the internal operating
temperature. 2) “HIGH” – The fans will run in high-speed mode regardless of
operating temperature. 3) “LOW” – The fans will remain in low speeds regardless of
internal operating temperature.
10.4.4. Temperature C/F – This function changes the temperature unit readout from either
the temperature Celsius or Fahrenheit.
10.4.5. Display Settings - With this function, you can adjust and change the functionality of
the color menu display.
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Display close time
With this function you can shut off the LCD display after 2 to 59 minutes. Turn the
encoder in order to select the desired shut off time.
Display intensity
With this function, you can adjust the display-intensity from 40 % to 99 %. Turn the
encoder in order to select the desired intensity.
Display contrast
With this function, you can adjust the display-contrast from 150 to 199. The default is
185,Turn the encoder in order to select the desired intensity.
10.4.6 Initial effect
This function allows the user to store a customized home (reset) position.
10.4.7 Wireless DMX
This section will control the functionality of the built-in wireless DMX receiver. See
page XX for more information on operating this fixture via Wireless DMX.
10.4.8. Restore Default - 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.
10.5 Reset Functions:
10.5.1 Reset All: This function will reset all internal motors to the home position.
10.5.2 Reset Pan and Tilt: This function will only reset the pan and tilt motors to the home
position.
10.5.3 Reset Colors: This function will only reset the color wheel and the CMY filter motors
to the home position.
10.5.4 Reset Shutter: This function will only reset the blackout shutter to the home
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10.5.5 Reset Others: This function will reset all other motors to the home position.
10.6
EFFECT ADJUST:
10.6.1 Test Channel – This menu function allows the user to select each individual fixture
channel and test it’s function independently from the control board.
10.6.2 Manual control – This function readies the fixture for lamp optimization in a simple
single step procedure. This function will center the pan and tilt motors while at the
same time open the shutter and bring the dimmer to 100%. The pan and tilt function
will still operate if the fixture needs to be positioned to a flat clear surface.
10.6.3 Calibrate values – This function should only be performed by a qualified technician.
This function allows a user to make small adjustments to the effect wheels (color,
gobo, shutter, etc) to compensate for ware or in the event a sensor has been knocked
slightly out of place. Because improper use of this function can result in undesired
operation this function has been password protected. The password is 050 and must
be entered each time the calibration menu function is entered.
10.7 USER MODE:
10.7.1 User mode – This function allows the user to create user defined channel orders
allowing the fixture to match the channel order of other fixtures on the market for
easier operation. A total of three user modes may be configured: User Mode A, User
Mode B, and User Mode C.
User mode
With this function, you can create user defined channel orders.
Preset User mode
This function allows the user to make the actual changes in the user-defined modes
that are accessed through the previous function.
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10.8 EDIT PROGRAM:
10.8.1 Select program – This function allows the user to select one of ten of the user
defined built-in programs. This program is then accessed in “Function Mode” under
“Program Run.”
10.8.2 Edit program – This function allows the user to edit the built-in programs.
10.8.3 Edit Scenes – This function allows the user to edit or define the actual scenes that
are stored in the user defined built-in programs that are accessed in the previous
step.
10.8.4 Auto Scenes rec - The Design Wash 1400E features an integrated DMX recorder by
pre-programmed scenes can be transmitted to the fixture via any standard DMX
controller. This function allows those scenes to be stored in to the fixture’s built-in
memory and then subsequently used to create user defined programs. See working
with built-in programs Section 14 / Page 41.
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11. DMX ADDRESSING
Setting the DMX address - After the fixture is turned “ON” it will immediately complete a
reset process that test all the fixture’s functions. When the reset process concludes the LCD
will display the fixture’s current DMX address. If the fixture is not receiving a DMX signal, the
display will flash continuously. To set or adjust a DMX address, please follow the procedure
below:
1. Toggle through the menu by pressing the Up and Down buttons until the display
reads “Set DMX Address.” Tap the enter button to make changes to the address.
2. While the current three-digit address is flashing use the “UP” and “DOWN”
buttons to select a new address. Once the new address has been selected, lock
the new address into the fixture’s memory by pressing the “ENTER” button.
The DMX address is non-volatile and will remain in the fixture’s memory even when the
power to the unit is switched off. Memory is backed-up and retain by an internal power
source that should last about five years
Remote DMX addressing (RDMX) / Address Via DMX- This function allows the DMX
address to be changed remotely from a DMX console. This setting requires special settings
for both the controller and the fixture. RDMX is on by default. Follow the procedure listed
below to access the RDMX functions:
Fixture Settings:
1.
Access the main menu and use the UP or DOWN to get to the “Personality”
menu, then press ENTER.
2.
Once in the “Personalities” menu, tap the UP or Down to get to the
“Status Settings “ menu, press ENTER.
3.
Once in the “Status Settings” tap the UP or Down to get to the “Address via
DMX” function and press ENTER.
4.
“Address via DMX” is the function that turn the RDMX function on and off.
5.
Press the UP button to display “ON” to activate this function, or “OFF” to
deactivate this function.
6.
Press ENTER to confirm.
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7.
Press MODE/ESC to return to the main menu.
Controller Settings:
1. Set the DMX value of channel 1 to a value of 7.
2. Set the DMX value of channel 2 to a value of 7 or 8. When channel 2 is 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.
3. Use channel 3 to set your desired DMX starting address. For example: If
you want to set the starting address to 57, set channel 1 to a value of “7,”
set channel 2 to a value of “7” and use channel 3 to set your address to 57
by selecting a channel value of 57. Example 2: If you want to set the
starting address to 420, set channel 1 to a value of “7,” channel 2 to "8" and
channel 3 to "164" (256+164=420).
4. Wait for approximately 20 seconds for the unit to complete the
address reset function.
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12. OPERATION
Operating Modes: The Design Wash 1400E™ can operate in several different modes. This
next section will detail the differences in the operating modes.
• Auto Program Mode (Master) - The fixture will chase through the built-in programs,
sending a DMX control signal to all other fixtures connect via DMX cables instruction for a
synchronized light show.
• Auto Program Mode (Stand-alone) - The fixture will chase through the built-in program.
This feature is great for store front with custom logos, where as the logos need to be
displayed but the use of a controller is unwanted.
• Music Control Mode (Stand-alone) - The fixture will react to sound, chasing through the
built-in programs. Great for small clubs or DJs that do not want to bother with programming.
• Music Control Mode (Master/Slave) - You can daisy chain up to 16 fixtures together to
get a synchronized light show without the need of an external controller. The fixtures will
react to sound, chasing to a synchronized light show.
• Set To Slave – This function will set the fixture to slave mode for use in either the auto
program or music control program modes.
• DMX control mode - This function will allow you to control each individual fixtures traits
with a standard DMX-512 controller such as the Elation® Show Designer 2 or Show
Designer 3.
12.1
Stand-Alone Operation (Auto Program or Music Control): This mode allows a
single fixture to run to the built-in programs with or without sound. Only use this
mode when running a single fixture, or when running several fixtures as individuals.
•
Mount your fixture in a secure and stable manner.
•
For functionality without sound control: Access the “Function” menu and
select the “Auto Program” function, this will give you access to the “Auto
Program” submenu. See page 22 for the menu breakdown. Once in the
“Auto Program” submenu select “Alone”
•
For functionality that chases to sound: Access the “Function” menu and
select the “Music Control” function, this will give you access to the “Music
Control” submenu. See page 21 for the menu breakdown. Once in the
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“Music Control” submenu select “Alone”
12.2
Master-Slave Operation (Auto Program or Music Control): This function allows
up to 16 fixtures to be linked together to provide a synchronized light show without
the use of a controller. Only use this when linking several Design Wash 1400E
together for use without a controller. Any fixture can act as a “Master or a “Slave.”
•
Using XLR DMX cables, daisy chain your fixtures together via the XLR
connectors. Remember the Male XLR connector is the input and the Female
XLR connector is the output. The first fixture in the chain (master) will use
the female XLR connector only - The last fixture in the chain will use the
male XLR connector only. For longer cable runs we suggest a terminator at
the last fixture.
•
For the unit functioning as the “Master” unit follow the same procedures
listed in the previous Stand-Alone section.
•
For the “Slave” units, access the “Set To Slave” settings in the “Function
Mode” menu and assign each slave fixture a designation (Slave 1, Slave 2,
Slave 3…etc).
12.3 Universal DMX Control: This function allows you to use a universal DMX-512
controller such as the Elation® Show Designer 2™ or Elation® Show Designer 3™ to
control head movement, the color wheel, the shutter (strobe), and all other DMX traits.
A DMX controller allows you to create unique programs tailored to your individual
needs. The Design Wash 1400E™ uses 17 DMX channels. See page 41 for detailed
description of the DMX traits. To control your fixture in DMX mode, follow the set-up
procedures on pages 17-19 as well as the set-up specifications that are included with
your DMX controller. Use the controller’s faders to control the various DMX fixture traits.
This will allow you to create your own programs.
•
Follow the instruction on page 32 to set the DMX address.
•
Be sure to use a terminator on the last fixture, especially for longer cable
runs (more than a 100 feet).
•
For help operating in DMX mode consult the manual that was included with
your DMX controller.
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13. Using the Built-In Wireless DMX System
The Design Wash 1400E comes equipped with an Elation Wireless DMX Receiver built-in.
This receiver is fully compatible with your existing Elation Wireless DMX System.
13.1 Working with the Wireless DMX (WDMX) System:
•
To turn the system “On” or “Off,” access the main menu and toggle to Personality Wireless DMX. The next menu selection will allow the user to Activate the system,
Deactivate the system, or Reset the system. Activate turns the system on,
Deactivate turn the system off, and Reset clears the link between the fixture and a
transmitter.
•
PLEASE NOTE: When the WDMX system is activate the link between the built-in
DMX “IN” XLR jacks is electronically turned off, but the “OUTPUT” DMX XLR jacks
will function normally.
•
If a fixture is powered on when the built-in WDMX system is activated, the fixture will
automatically scan for a wireless DMX signal from an Elation wireless transmitter. If
no wireless signal is received the fixture will electronically switch to wired mode.
WARNING!
Never connect a fixture to a controller via a DMX cable when
the WDMX system is in use. This could cause serious damage
to the controller.
13.2 Setting up the WDMX system:
1) Follow the instructions that come with your wireless transmitter and connect the
transmitter to your DMX controller.
2) To sync your fixture with your wireless transmitter follow the steps below:
a) Initially, the WDMX indicator on the fixture should be solid red
b) Press and hold the configuration button on your WDMX transmitter for about 3
seconds. The red/green LED indicators on the transmitter and the fixture should
then begin to flash rapidly for about 5~ 10 seconds while the two system pair
c) Once the fixture is paired with the transmitter (T1), the WDMX status indicators
on the both the fixture and the transmitter will stop flashing and glow solid green.
If the paring is unsuccessful repeat the process until the paring is secured.
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d) The fixture will store the pairing information inside a nondestructive memory
bank once a link is created between the fixture and a transmitter. The fixture will
remember the paired transmitter even if the fixture is turned off for extended
periods of time.
13.3 Clearing Transmitter Link:
1) Access the fixture’s main menu and toggle to Personality - Wireless DMX – Reset.
Select “Reset” to clear any existing link between the fixture and a transmitter. The
WDMX indictor on the fixture will turn solid red when the link is severed.
2) You may also clear the link from the transmitter. First, be sure the fixture(s) is
powered on, then hold down the configuration button on the transmitter for as least 5
seconds. This will automatically clear the link between the transmitter and any fixture
that is powered on. All WDMX indictors will glow solid red if the procedure was
successful.
13.4 WDMX Indicators:
1) Rapid flashing Red/Green: Syncing in to a transmitter.
2) Slow flashing Red/Green: Paired with a transmitter. Transmitter is not receiving a
DMX signal from a controller.
3) Solid Green: Paired with a transmitter and receiving DMX data.
4) Solid Red: Not paired with a transmitter (free)
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14. WORKING WITH BUILT-IN PROGRAMS
The fixture comes equipped with a built-in DMX recorder that allows custom programs to be
installed and recalled directly from the fixture’s control board. Programs can be created and
stored using the fixture’s control board or by using an external DMX controller. The following
instructions will detail the procedures for using the on-board system menu as well as using a
DMX compliant controller.
Memory Statistics:
Total Number of Programs: 8
Maximum Number of Steps (Scenes) per a Program: 48
Total Number of Scenes (Steps): 250
Step 1 – Building Scenes.
The control will store a maximum of 250 scenes. These scenes are then used to create the
programs. A program can store one or a maximum of 64 scenes. Keep in mind that a scene
can only be access when it is stored in a “Program.” If you wish to build a static scene (a
scene consisting of no movement) for a logo or gobo projection, the scene must be stored
inside a program. To build scenes follow the instructions below:
•
Access the main menu and toggle to “Edit Programs” which is menu function 8.
•
Then tap the “ENTER” button and toggle to “Edit Scenes,” menu function 8-3.
•
When you get to the “Edit Scenes” function tap the “ENTER” button. The screen will
then change to Edit Scene 001, this will be menu function 8-3-1. You can then press
the “ENTER” button to begin to edit scene 1 or use the “UP” and “DOWN” buttons to
toggle to access scenes 2-250.
•
Once in the scene edit screen you have access to the functions listed below.
Tapping the “ENTER” button will instantly allow you to change the values of the
selected function in real time. The values can be adjusted from 0~250. Once you
achieved your desired value tap the “ENTER” button once again to automatically
lock the value into the scenes memory. You can repeat the procedure for all
functions listed below:
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“Auto Program” – Allows access to all 24 of the channel’s DMX traits.
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“PAN” – pan movement.
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“PAN-Fine” – precision pan movement.
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“TILT” – tilt movement.
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“TILT-Fine” – precision tilt movement
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“Move Speed” – adjust pan and tilt motor speed
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“Gobo Wheel 1” – select gobos from gobo wheel 1
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“Gobo Rot. 1” – adjust gobo 1 indexing or rotation
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“Gobo Wheel 2” – select a gobo from gobo wheel 20
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“Prism” – select a prism, prism macro, or frost
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“Prism Rot.” – adjust the prism indexing or rotation
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“Color Speed” – adjust the CMY mixing speed
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“Color Macro” – select a built-in color mixing macro
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“Cyan” – adjust the cyan flag value
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“Magenta” – adjust the magenta flag value
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“Yellow” – adjust the yellow flag value
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“Color Wheel” – select a color from the color wheel
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“Iris” – adjust the iris value
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“Focus” – adjust the focus value
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“Strobe” – adjust the strobe
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“Dimmer” – adjust the dimmer intensity
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“Scene Time” – set the hold time for the scene
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“Input By Out” – this function will store a scene from an external DMX
console. See the next section for scene editing via an external DMX
controller.
Step 1B – Building Scenes from an External DMX Controller.
The fixture includes a simple built-in DMX recorder. This recorded allow you to build a scene
using your own DMX console and then send that scene to the fixture to be stored inside one
of the fixture scene storage banks. Many people may find this procedure easier and quicker
than using the on board menu functions as in “Step 1.” To store a scene from an external
DMX controller follow the procedures below:
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Using your DMX controller build and store scenes as you normally would.
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Once you have built all your required scenes, enter the fixtures main menu
and toggle to “Edit Programs” – “Edit Scenes”
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Using the UP and DOWN buttons to select a scene bank to store your scene.
You may choose a bank from 1 ~ 250.
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Once you reach your desired bank press the ENTER button and use the UP
and DOWN button to reach “Input by Outside”
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Next, select a scene on your DMX console and press the ENTER button on
the fixture. The scene should then be stored to the fixtures internal memory
EPROM.
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Follow the next section to build a program with your scenes.
Step 2 – Editing Programs.
The control will store a maximum of 10 programs. A program can store one or a maximum of
64 scenes. Keep in mind that a scene can only be access when it is stored inside one of the
10 available programs. Follow the procedure below to build an internal program:
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Access the main menu and toggle to “Edit Programs” which is menu function 8.
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Then tap the “ENTER” button and toggle to “Program 1” menu function 8-2-1.
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When you get to the “Program 1” function tap the “ENTER” button. The screen will
then change to Edit Steps 01, this will be menu function 8-2-1-1. Use the “UP” and
“DOWN” buttons to toggle through the scenes created in “Step 1.” Press the
“ENTER” button to add a scene to the program. Tapping the “Enter” button will
automatically lock the selected scene into the programs’ memory. Repeat the
process until all the desired scenes have been added to the program. Each program
can store a maximum of 64 scenes.
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To test the program access “Program Test” in the “Program Edit” menu function.
Step 3 – Playing a Program
To initiate a program follow the procedure below:
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Access the main menu and use the “Up” and “Down” to toggle to “Function Mode”
and tap the “Enter” button.
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In the next screen select “Auto Program” and tap the “Enter” button.
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There are now two selections, “Master” and “Alone.” Select “Master” when running
multiple fixtures in a master/slave configuration. See section 11.2 “Master/ Slave
Operation” on page 36 for proper set-up instructions. Select “Alone” when running a
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single fixture or when multiple fixtures in stand-alone mode. See section 11.1
“Stand-Alone Operation” on page 34 for proper set-up instructions.
A Master unit can send up to 3 different data groups to the Slave units, i.e. a Master unit can
start 3 different Slave units, which run 3 different programs. The Master unit sends the 3
program parts in a continuous loop.
The Slave unit receives data from the Master unit according to the group which the Slave
unit was assigned to. If e.g. a Slave unit is set to “Slave 1” in the menu “Set to Slave”, the
Master unit sends “Auto Program Part 1” to the Slave unit. If set to “Slave 2”, the Slave unit
receives “Auto Program Part 2”.
To start a Auto Program please proceed as follows:
1. Slave-Setting
• Select “Function Mode” by turning the encoder.
• Press the Enter button to confirm.
• Select “Set to slave” by turning the encoder.
• Press the Enter button to confirm.
• Turn the encoder to select “Slave 1”, “Slave 2” or “Slave 3”.
• Press the Enter button to confirm.
• Press the Mode/Esc button in order to return to the main menu.
2. Automatic Program Run
• Select “Function Mode” by turning the encoder.
• Press the Enter button to confirm.
• Select “Auto Program” by turning the encoder.
• Press the Enter button to confirm.
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• Turn the encoder to select “Master” or “Alone”. The selection "Alone" means Stand
Alone-mode and "Master" that the device is defined as master.
• Press the Enter button to confirm.
• Press the Mode/Esc button in order to return to the main menu.
3. Program selection for Auto Pro Part
• Select “Edit program” by turning the encoder.
• Press the Enter button to confirm.
• Select “Select programs” by turning the encoder.
• Press the Enter button to confirm.
• Turn the encoder to select “Auto Pro Part 1”, “Auto Pro Part 2” or “Auto Pro Part 3”, and
thus select which Slave program is to be sent. Selection “Part 1” means, that the Slave unit
runs the same program as the master units.
• Press the Enter button to confirm.
• Press the Mode/Esc button in order to return to the main menu.
4. Program selection for Edit Program
• Select “Edit program” by turning the encoder.
• Press the Enter button to confirm.
• Select “Edit program” by turning the encoder.
• Press the Enter button to confirm.
• Turn the encoder to select the desired program. With this function you can edit specific
scenes into a specific program.
• Press the Enter button to confirm.
• Press the Mode/Esc button in order to return to the main menu.
5. Automatic Scene Recording
• Select “Edit program” by turning the encoder.
• Press the Enter button to confirm.
• Select “Edit scenes” by turning the encoder.
• Turn the encoder to select the desired scene numbers. You can program a maximum
number of 250 • Turn the encoder to select the desired scene numbers. You can program a
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maximum number of 250 scenes.
• Press the Enter button to confirm.
• Press the Mode/Esc button in order to return to the main menu.
Example:
Program 2 includes scenes: 10, 11, 12, 13
Program 4 includes scenes: 8, 9, 10
Program 6 includes scenes: 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
Auto Pro Part 1 is Program 2;
Auto Pro Part 2 is Program 3;
Auto Pro Part 3 is Program 6
The 3 Slave groups run the Auto Program in certain time segments, as shown in the
following picture:
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15. DMX CHANNEL TRAITS:
The chart below details the channel layout for 17 DMX channels (default).
In 8bit mode the “Pan Fine” and “Tilt Fine” channels are not used, thus converting the fixture
into a 15-channel DMX fixture.
CHANNEL 1: Pan Movement (max. 630° or 540˚ User Selectable)
CHANNEL 2: 16bit Pan Movement (pan fine)
CHANNEL 3: Tilt Movement (max. 265°)
CHANNEL 4: 16bit Tilt Movement (tilt fine)
CHANNEL 5: Color Wheel 1
CHANNEL 6: Color Wheel 2
CHANNEL 7: Cyan Filter
CHANNEL 8: Magenta Filter
CHANNEL 9: Yellow Filter
CHANNEL 10: Variable CTO Filter)
CHANNEL 11: Variable Zoom
CHANNEL 12: Strobe (0-13Hz), and Shutter close/open function + random strobe
CHANNEL 13: Dimmer (Intensity) Control
CHANNEL 14: CMY Speed
CHANNEL 15: Color Macros (CMY and Color Wheels)
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CHANNEL 16: Movement Speed (Pan/Tilt movement, blackout selection)
CHANNEL 17: Special (Auto program control + lamp on, motor reset, lamp switch off)
DMX channel function and values:
DMX Channel Values (17 DMX channels):
Channel 1 - Pan 8bit:
Channel 2 – Pan fine 16bit:
Channel 3 – Tilt 8bit:
Channel 4 – Tilt fine 16bit:
Channel 5 - Color Wheel 1:
0-24
Open / white
25-49
Color 1
50-74
Color 2
75-99
Color 3
100-127
Color 4
128-187
Forwards rainbow effect from fast to slow
188-195
No rotation
196-255
Backwards rainbow effect from slow to fast
Channel 6 - Color Wheel 2:
0-24
Open / white
25-49
Color 1
50-74
Color 2
75-99
UV
100-127
CTB
128-187
Forwards rainbow effect from fast to slow
188-195
No rotation
196-255
Backwards rainbow effect from slow to fast
Channel 7 - Cyan Color Wheel:
0-255
Cyan (0-white, 255-100% Cyan)
Channel 8 - Magenta Color Wheel :
0-255
Magenta (0-white, 255-100% magenta)
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Channel 9 - Yellow Color Wheel :
0-255
Yellow (0-white, 255-100% Yellow)
Channel 10 - CTO Color Wheel :
0-255
CTO (0-white, 255-100% CTO)
Channel 11 – Zoom
0-255
Zoom adjustment from small to big
Channel 12 - Shutter, strobe:
0-31
Shutter closed
32-63
No function (shutter open)
64-95
Strobe effect slow to fast
96-127
Lamp Strobe effect slow to fast
128-159
Pulse-effect in sequences
160-191
No function (shutter open)
192-223
Random strobe effect slow to fast
224-255
No function (shutter open)
Channel 13- Dimmer (intensity):
0-255
Intensity 0 to 100%
Channel 14 - CMY & Dimmer Speed:
0-255
Speed Max ->Min
Channel 15 - Color macros - CMY and color wheel:
0-7
OFF
128-135
Macro16
8-15
Macro1
136-143
Macro17
16-23
Macro2
144-151
Macro18
24-31
Macro3
152-159
Macro19
32-39
Macro4
160-167
Macro20
40-47
Macro5
168-175
Macro21
48-55
Macro6
176-183
Macro22
56-63
Macro7
184-191
Macro23
64-71
Macro8
192-199
Macro24
72-79
Macro9
200-207
Macro25
80-87
Macro10
208-215
Macro26
88-95
Macro11
216-223
Macro27
96-103
Macro12
224-231
Macro28
104-111
Macro13
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112-119
Macro14
240-247
120-127
Macro15
248-255
Macro30
Random
CMY
Channel 16 – Pan/Tilt Speed:
0-225
Max to min speed
226-235
Blackout by movement
236-245
Blackout by all wheel changing
246-255
No function
Channel 17– Lamp on/off, reset, internal programs:
0-19
Color change normal
20-39
Color change to any position
40-59
Lamp on
60-79
Lamp switch off
80-84
All motor reset
85-87
Scan motor reset
88-90
Colors motor reset
91-93
No function
94-96
Shutter & Dimmer motor reset
97-99
Other motor reset
100-119
Internal program 1 (secne1~8 of EEPROM)
120-139
Internal program 2 (secne9~16 of EEPROM)
140-159
Internal program 3 (secne17~24 of EEPROM)
160-179
Internal program 4 (secne25~32 of EEPROM)
180-199
Internal program 5 (secne33~40 of EEPROM)
200-219
Internal program 6 (secne41~48 of EEPROM)
220-239
Internal program 7 (secne49~56 of EEPROM)
240-255
Music Control (scene of Program 1)
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16.
FUSE REPLACEMENT
Caution: Always replace with the exact same type fuse, unless otherwise specified by an
authorized Elation® service technician. Replacing with anything other than the specified part
can damage your unit and will void your manufactures warranty.
Warning: If you continue to blow fuses, STOP using the fixture. Contact customer support
for further instructions, you may have to return the unit for servicing. Continuing to use the
unit may cause serious damage.
Fuse Replacement: Locate and remove the unit’s power cord from the main power supply.
Once the cord has been removed located the fuse holders located on the side panel near
the power input connection. Using a flat-head screwdriver unlock the fuse holder from its’
housing by turning the holder in a counter-clockwise direction. Once the fuse holder has
been unlocked, pull back on the fuse holder to expose the fuse. Gently pull out the bad fuse
and discard of it properly and replace it with an exact match. Reassemble in reverse order.
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17. ERROR CODES:
When power is applied, the unit will automatically enter a “reset/test” mode. This mode
brings all the internal motors to a home position. If there is an internal problem with one or
more of the motors an error code will flash in the display in the form of “XXer” were as XX will
represent a function number. For example, when the display shows “02Er,” it means there is
some type of error with the channel 2 motor. If there are multiple errors during the start-up
process they will all flash in the display. For example: if the fixtures has errors on channel 1,
channel 2, and channel 5 all at the same time, you will see the error message “01Er”, “02Er,”
and ”05Er” flash repeated 5 times.
If an error does occur during the initial start-up procedure the fixture will self-generate a
second reset signal and try to realign all the motors and correct the errors, if the error persist
after a second attempt a third attempt will be made.
If after a third attempt all the errors have not been corrected the fixture will make the
following determinations: 1) 3 or more errors - The fixture cannot function properly with three
or more errors therefore the fixture will place itself in a stand-by mode until subsequent
repairs can be made. 2) Less than 3 errors - The fixture has less than 3 errors, therefore
most other functions will work properly. The fixture will attempt to operate normally until the
errors can be correct by a technician. The errors in question will remain flashing in the
display as a reminder of internal errors.
Pan Er
(PAN-yoke movement error) This message will appear after the reset of the fixture if the
yoke’s magnetic-indexing circuit malfunction (sensor failed or magnet missing) or the
stepping-motor is defective (or its driving IC on the main PCB). The PAN- movement is not
located in the default position after the reset.
Tilt Er
(TILT-head movement error) This message will appear after the reset of the fixture if the
head’s magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet missing) or the
stepping-motor is defective (or its driving IC on the main PCB). The TILT- movement is not
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located in the default position after the reset.
Cyan Color Er
(Cyan Color-wheel error) 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 Cyan Color wheel is
not located in the default position after the reset.
Magenta Color Er
(Magenta Color-wheel error) 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 Magenta Color-wheel
is not located in the default position after the reset.
Yellow Color Er
(Yellow Color-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 Yellow Color - wheel
is not located in the default position after the reset.
Color Wheel 1 Er
(Color wheel 1 - error) This message will appear after the reset of the fixture if the fixture’s
magnetic-indexing circuit malfunction (sensor failed or magnet missing) or the
stepping-motor is defective (or its driving IC on the main PCB). Color wheel 1 is not located
in the default position after the reset.
Color Wheel 2 Er
(Color wheel 2 - error) This message will appear after the reset of the fixture if the fixture’s
magnetic-indexing circuit malfunction (sensor failed or magnet missing) or the
stepping-motor is defective (or its driving IC on the main PCB). Color wheel 2 is not located
in the default position after the reset.
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Dimmer Er
(Dimmer Shutters error) This message will appear after the reset of the fixture if the fixture’s
magnetic-indexing circuit malfunction (sensor failed or magnet missing) or the
stepping-motor is defective (or its driving IC on the main PCB). The dimmer flags are not
located in the default position after the reset.
Zoom Er
(Zoom motor error) This message will appear after the reset of the fixture if the fixture’s
magnetic-indexing circuit malfunction (sensor failed or magnet missing) or the
stepping-motor is defective (or its driving IC on the main PCB). The Step-less Zoom is not
located in the default position after the reset.
Fire Wheel Er
(Fire wheel error) This message will appear after the reset of the fixture if the fixture’s
magnetic-indexing circuit malfunction (sensor failed or magnet missing) or the
stepping-motor is defective (or its driving IC on the main PCB). The Fire wheel is not located
in the default position after the reset.
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18. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
The following points have to be considered during the inspection:
1. Be sure all screws and fasteners are securely tightened at all times. Lose screws may
fall out during normal operation resulting in damage or injury as larger parts could fall.
2. There must not be any deformations on the housing, color lenses, rigging hardware
and rigging points (ceiling, suspension, trussing). Deformations in the housing could
allow for UV radiation leakage. Damaged rigging points or unsecured rigging could
cause the unit to fall and serious injure a person.
3. All mechanical parts and motors should not show any traces of serious wear and
should rotate freely.
4. Electric power supply cables must not show any damage, material fatigue or
sediments. Never remove the ground prong from the power cable.
Further instructions depending on installation and usage have to be adhered by a skilled
installer and any safety problems should be addressed before attempting operation.
We recommend frequent cleaning of the fixture to ensure operational longevity and crisp
light output. When cleaning, please use a moist, lint-free cloth. Never use alcohol or
solvents.
There are no user serviceable parts inside this fixture with the exception of the lamp. Please
refer all other service related issues to an authorized Elation service technician.
Should you decide to service the fixture yourself please order genuine Elation parts directly
from Elation.
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19. 2-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
A.
Elation Professional® hereby warrants, to the original purchaser, Elation Professional®
products to be free of manufacturing defects in material and workmanship for a period of two
years, (730 days) from the date of purchase. This warranty shall be valid only if the product
is purchased within the United States of America, including possessions and territories. It is
the owner’s responsibility to establish the date and place of purchase by acceptable
evidence, at the time service is sought.
B.
For warranty service, send the product only to the Elation Professional® factory. All
shipping charges must be pre-paid. If the requested repairs or service (including parts
replacement) are within the terms of this warranty, Elation Professional® will pay return
shipping charges only to a designated point within the United States. If the entire instrument
is sent, it must be shipped in its original package. No accessories should be shipped with the
product. If any accessories are shipped with the product, Elation Professional® shall have no
liability what so ever for loss of or damage to any such accessories, nor for the safe return
thereof.
C.
This warranty is void if the serial number has been altered or removed; if the product is
modified in any manner which Elation Professional® concludes, after inspection, affects the
reliability of the product; if the product has been repaired or serviced by anyone other than
the Elation Professional® factory unless prior written authorization was issued to purchaser
by Elation Professional®; if the product is damaged because not properly maintained as set
forth in the instruction manual.
D.
This is not a service contract, and this warranty does not include maintenance, cleaning
or periodic check-up. During the period specified above, Elation Professional® will replace
defective parts at its expense, and will absorb all expenses for warranty service and repair
labor by reason of defects in material or workmanship. The sole responsibility of Elation
Professional® under this warranty shall be limited to the repair of the product, or replacement
thereof, including parts, at the sole discretion of Elation Professional®. All products covered
by this warranty were manufactured after January 1, 1990, and bare identifying marks to that
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effect.
E.
Elation Professional® reserves the right to make changes in design and/or
improvements upon its products without any obligation to include these changes in any
products theretofore manufactured.
F.
No warranty, whether expressed or implied, is given or made with respect to any
accessory supplied with products described above. Except to the extent prohibited by
applicable law, all implied warranties made by Elation Professional® in connection with this
product, including warranties of merchantability or fitness, are limited in duration to the
warranty period set forth above. And no warranties, whether expressed or implied, including
warranties of merchantability or fitness, shall apply to this product after said period has
expired. The consumer’s and or Dealer’s sole remedy shall be such repair or replacement as
is expressly provided above; and under no circumstances shall Elation Professional® be
liable for any loss or damage, direct or consequential, arising out of the use of, or inability to
use, this product.
G.
This warranty is the only written warranty applicable to Elation Professional® Products
and supersedes all prior warranties and written descriptions of warranty terms and
conditions heretofore published.
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20.
PHOTOMETRIC DATA:
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21.
DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS:
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22. CIRCUIT SCHEMATIC
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23. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power supply
Power consumption
Fuse protection
208 ~ 240V, 50/60 Hz
1800 Watt, 8.5 A, electronic ballast, (blind current compensated)
220V = 10A/250V, GMA (5x20mm fine-wire fuse)
Lamp
Type
Philips Gold MSR 1200 FastFit
Life time
750 Hrs
Color temperature
6300˚ K
Luminous flux
95,000 lm
Optical system
Parabolic dichroic glass reflector
Lenses hardened and tempered, anti-reflex coated
Color Wheel
Color-wheel 1: 4 interchangeable dichroic glass colored filters plus "open"
Color-wheel 2: 2 interchangeable dichroic glass colored filters plus UV, CTB, & "open"
CMY Color mixing unit
Cyan color filter 0 - 100%
Magenta color filter 0 - 100%
Yellow color filter 0 - 100%
Shutter / Strobe / Dimmer
Strobe effect with variable speed 1 - 10 flashes per second
Continuously mechanical dimmer 0 - 100%
Focus
Motor driven focus from near to far away
Zoom
Zoom range 11° - 45°
DMX Channels
17 (16bit – default) or 15 (8bit – user selectable)
Drive
Standard DMX-512, 3 pole XLR; [+] = Pin 3 [-] = Pin 2 [Ground] = Pin 1 or 5 pole XLR; n/a = Pin
5, n/a = Pin 4, [+] = Pin 3, [-] = Pin 2, [Ground] = Pin 1
Starting DMX [001].
Pan / Tilt
Pan - movement
Tilt - movement
Weights and Measures
Width of the base
Length of the base
Width of Head
630° in max. 2.0 seconds, 16 bit resolution
265° in max. 1.5 seconds, 16 bit resolution
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Height (head vertical)
Weight (net)
45.5Kgs
Operating Noise Levels (Base level 46.8dB)
Mode: Auto
1m = 55.9 dB
Mode: High
1m = 56.2 dB
Mode: Auto
1m = 51.6 db (Lamp off)
Please Note: Specifications and improvements in the design of this unit and this manual are subject to change without any prior written notice.
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Elation Professional
6122 S. Eastern Ave.
Los Angeles, CA. 90040
323-582-3322 / 323-832-9142 fax
www.ElationLighting.com /
Info@ElationLighitng.com
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