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Cyberlight® 2.0
User Manual
©Barco Lighting Systems, 2010, All Rights Reserved
Information and specifications in this document are subject to change without notice. Barco Lighting Systems
assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies that may appear in this manual.
Trademarks used in this text:
Cyberlight, High End Systems, WholeHog, and Lithopatterns are registered trademarks; and Internal Effects,
the High End Systems globe logo, Light Burst, the Hog logo are trademarks of High End Systems, Inc. or High
End Systems Europe Ltd. Hog is a registered trademark of Flying Pig Systems. Belden is a registered
trademark of Belden, Inc.
Other trademarks and trade names may be used in this document to refer to either the entities claiming the
marks and names or their products. High End Systems disclaims any proprietary interest in trademarks and
trade names owned by others.
Cyberlight® User Manual
Version 2.0
February, 2010
Contact Information
U.S. and the Americas
Sales Department
Barco Lighting Systems
2105 Gracy Farms Lane
Austin, TX 78758 USA
voice: 512.836.2242
fax:
512.837.5290
Toll Free: 800.890.8989
Customer Service
Barco Lighting Systems
2105 Gracy Farms Lane
Austin, TX 78758 USA
voice: 800.890.8989
fax:
512.834.9195
toll free: 800.890.8989
World Wide Web:
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Declaration of Conformity
according to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN45104
Manufacturer’s name:
Barco Lighting Systems
Manufacturer’s address:
2105 Gracy Farms Lane
Austin, Texas 78758 USA
Distributor’s name:
Distributor’s address:
High End Systems, Inc.
2105 Gracy Farms Lane
Austin, Texas 78758 USA
Declares that the product:
Product Name:
Product Options:
Cyberlight, Cyberlight 2.0
All
conforms to the following EEC directives:
73/23/EEC, as amended by 93/68/EEC
89/336/EEC, as amended by 92/31/EEC and 93/68/EEC
Equipment referred to in this declaration of conformity was manufactured in compliance
with the following standards beginning in 1995:
Safety: EN 60598-1 : 2004
EN 60598-2-17: 1989
A1-A3 : 1993
EMC:
EN 550103-1 1996 Class A
EN55103-2: 1996
USA, Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Kenneth Stuart Hansen, Compliance Engineer
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Product Modification Warning
High End Systems products are designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of United States and
International safety regulations. Modifications to the product could affect safety and render the product noncompliant to relevant safety standards.
Mise En Garde Contre La Modification Du Produit
Les produits High End Systems sont conçus et fabriqués conformément aux exigences des règlements
internationaux de sécurité. Toute modification du produit peut entraîner sa non conformité aux normes de
sécurité en vigueur.
Produktmodifikationswarnung
Design und Herstellung von High End Systems entsprechen den Anforderungen der U.S. Amerikanischen und
internationalen Sicherheitsvorschriften. Abänderungen dieses Produktes können dessen Sicherheit
beeinträchtigen und unter Umständen gegen die diesbezüglichen Sicherheitsnormen verstoßen.
Avvertenza Sulla Modifica Del Prodotto
I prodotti di High End Systems sono stati progettati e fabbricati per soddisfare i requisiti delle normative di
sicurezza statunitensi ed internazionali. Qualsiasi modifica al prodotto potrebbe pregiudicare la sicurezza e
rendere il prodotto non conforme agli standard di sicurezza pertinenti.
Advertencia De Modificación Del Producto
Los productos de High End Systems están diseñados y fabricados para cumplir los requisitos de las
reglamentaciones de seguridad de los Estados Unidos e internacionales. Las modificaciones al producto podrían
afectar la seguridad y dejar al producto fuera de conformidad con las normas de seguridad relevantes.
Important Safety Information
Instructions pertaining to continued protection against fire, electric shock, and injury to persons are
found in Appendix B: Important Safety Information on page 43. Please read all instructions prior to
assembling, mounting, and operating this equipment.
Important: Informations De Sécurité
Les instructions se rapportant à la protection permanente contre les incendies, l’électrocution, excessif et aux
blessures corporelles se trouvent dans l’Annexe B. Veuillez lire toutes les instructions avant d’assembler, de
monter ou d’utiliser cet équipement.
Wichtige Sicherheitshinweise
Sicherheitsanleitungen zum Schutz gegen Feuer, elektrischen Schlag, und Verletzung von Personen finden Sie in
Anhang B. Vor der Montage, dem Zusammenbau und der Intbetriebnahme dieses Geräts alle Anleitungen
sorgfältig durchlesen.
Informazioni Importanti Di Sicurezza
Le istruzioni sulla protezione da incendi, folgorazione, e infortuni sono contenute nell’appendice B. Si prega di
leggere tutte le istruzioni prima di assemblare, montare e azionare l’apparecchiatura.
Informacion Importante De Seguridad
En el Apéndice B se encuentran instrucciones sobre protección continua contra incendios, descarga eléctrica, y
lesiones personales. Lea, por favor, todas las instrucciones antes del ensamblaje, montaje y operación de este
equipo.
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FCC Information
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part
15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Safety Symbols
The following international caution and warning symbols appear in margins throughout this manual to highlight
messages.
This symbol appears adjacent to Caution messages.
Not heeding these messages could result in personal
injury and/or damage to equipment.
This symbol appears adjacent to high voltage warning
messages. Not heeding these messages could result in
serious personal injury.
This symbol indicates the minimum focus distance
from a combustible object.
This symbol cautions against mounting the fixture on
or near a flammable surface.
This symbol indicates an explosion hazard.
UV
This symbol cautions against an Ultraviolet Radiation
hazard.
This symbol indicates that eye protection should be
worn to prevent potential injury.
This symbol warns of a fire hazard.
This symbol indicates that, while operating, equipment
surfaces may reach very high temperatures. Allow the
fixture to cool before handling.
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Warranty Information
Limited Warranty
Unless otherwise stated, your product is covered by a one year parts and labor limited warranty. Dichroic filters
and LithoPatterns® high resolution glass gobos are not guaranteed against breakage or scratches to coating. It
is the owner’s responsibility to furnish receipts or invoices for verification of purchase, date, and dealer or
distributor. If purchase date cannot be provided, date of manufacture will be used to determine warranty period.
Returning an Item Under Warranty for Repair
It is necessary to obtain a Return Material Authorization (RMA) number from your dealer or point of purchase
BEFORE any units are returned for repair. The manufacturer will make the final determination as to whether or
not the unit is covered by warranty. Lamps are covered by the lamp manufacturer’s warranty.
Cyberlight 2.0 fixtures must be returned in its original roadcase. Any other parts returned to High End Systems
must be packaged in a suitable manner to ensure the protection of such Product unit or parts, and such package
shall be clearly and prominently marked to indicate that the package contains returned Product units or parts
and with an RMA number. Accompany all returned Product units or parts with a written explanation of the
alleged problem or malfunction. Ship returned Product units or parts to: 2105 Gracy Farms Lane, Austin, TX
78758 USA.
Note: Freight Damage Claims are invalid for fixtures shipped in non-factory
boxes and packing materials.
Freight
All shipping will be paid by the purchaser. Items under warranty shall have return shipping paid by the
manufacturer only in the Continental United States. Under no circumstances will freight collect shipments be
accepted. Prepaid shipping does not include rush expediting such as air freight. Air freight can be sent
customer collect in the Continental United States.
REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED FOR UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF THE
CONSUMER. HIGH END SYSTEMS, INC. MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO
ANY PRODUCT, AND HIGH END SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. HIGH END SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE, INCLUDING LOST PROFITS, SUSTAINED OR INCURRED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY
PRODUCT OR CAUSED BY PRODUCT DEFECTS OR THE PARTIAL OR TOTAL FAILURE OF ANY PRODUCT
REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OF ACTION, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), STRICT
LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE, AND WHETHER OR NOT SUCH DAMAGE WAS FORESEEN OR UNFORESEEN.
Warranty is void if the product is misused, damaged, modified in any way, or for unauthorized repairs or parts.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
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Patents
This product may use one or more of the following patents: US 4,392,187; US 4,602,321; US 4,688,161;
US 4,701,833; US 4,709,311; US 4,779,176; US 4,800,474; US 4,962,687; US 4,972,306; US 4,980,806;
US 5,010,459; US 5,031,078; US 5,073,847; US 5,078,039; US 5,186,536; US 5,209,560; US 5,278,742;
US 5,282,121; US 5,307,295; US 5,329,431; US 5,331,822; US 5,367,444; US 5,402,326; US 5,414,328;
US 5,426,576; US 5,430,629; US 5,432,691; US 5,454,477; US 5,455,748; US 5,502,627; US 5,506,762;
US 5,515,254; US 5,537,303; US 5,545,951; US 5,588,021; US 5,590,954; US 5,590,955; US 5,640,061;
US 5,647,662; US 5,691,886; US 5,702,082; US 5,728,994; US 5,758,955; US 5,758,956; US 5,769,527;
US 5,769,531; US 5,774,273; US 5,788,365; US 5,794,881; US 5,795,058; US 5,798,619; US 5,806,951;
US 5,812,596; US 5,823,661; US 5,825,548; US 5,828,485; US 5,829,868; US 5,857,768; US 5,882,107;
US 5,921,659; US 5,934,794; US 5,940,204; US 5,945,786; US 5,953,151; US 5,953,152; US 5,969,485;
US 5,980,066; US 5,983,280; US 5,984,248; US 5,986,201; US 6,011,662; US 6,029,122; US 6,048,080;
US 6,048,081; US 6,054,816; US 6,057,958; US 6,062,706; US 6,079,853; US 6,126,288; US 6,142,652;
US 6,142,653; US 6,172,822; US 6,175,771; US 6,188,933; US 6,208,087; US 6,219,093; US 6,220,730;
US 6,241,366; US 6,249,091; US 6,255,787; US 6,256,136; US 6,261,636; US 6,278,542; US 6,278,545;
US 6,278,563; US 6,288,828; US 6,326,741; US 6,327,103; US 6,331,756; US 6,346,783; US 6,421,165;
US 6,430,934; US 6,459,217; US 6,466,357; US 6,502,961; US 6,515,435; US 6,523,353; US 6,536,922;
US 6,538,797; US 6,545,586; US 6,549,324; US 6,549,326; US 6,563,520; US 6,565,941; US 6,570,348;
US 6,575,577; US 6,578,991; US 6,588,944; US 6,592,480; US 6,597,132; US 6,600,270; US 6,601,974;
US 6,605,907; US 6,617,792; US 6,621,239; US 6,622,053; US 6,635,999; US 6,648,286; US 6,664,745;
US 6,682,031; US 6,693,392; US 6,696,101; US 6,719,433; US 6,736,528; US 6,771,411; US 6,775,991;
US 6,783,251; US 6,801,353; US 6,812,653; US 6,823,119; US 6,865,008; US 6,866,390; US 6,866,402;
US 6,866,451; US 6,869,193; US 6,891,656; US 6,894,443; US 6,919,916; US 6,930,456; US 6,934,071;
US 6,937,338; US 6,955,435; US 6,969,960; US 6,971,764; US 6,982,529; US 6,988,805; US 6,988,807;
US 6,988,817; US 7,000,417; US 7,011,429; US 7,018,047; US 7,020,370; US 7,033,028; US 7,048,838;
US 7,055,963; US 7,055,964; US 7,057,797; US 7,073,910; US 7,078,869; US 7,092,098; US 7,119,902;
US 7,161,562; US 7,175,317; US 7,181,112; US 7,206,023; US 7,210,798; US D347,113; US D350,408;
US D359,574; US D360,404; US D365,165; US D366,712; US D370,080; US D372,550; US D374,439;
US D377,338; US D381,740; US D409,771; AT E169413; CA 2142619; CA 2145508; CA 2245842;
DE 22588.4-08; DE 621495; DE 655144; DE 69320175.4; DE 69322401.0; DE 69331145.2; DE 69525856.7;
DE 69734744.3; DE 797503; DK 0655144; DK 1447702; EP 0475082; EP 0621495; EP 0655144; EP 0662275;
EP 0767398; EP 0797503; EP 0969247; EP 1447702; ES 0621495; FR 0621495; FR 0655144; FR 0662275;
FR 1447702; GB 2043769B; GB 2055842B; GB 2283808B; GB 2290134B; GB 2291814B; GB 2292530B;
GB 2292896B; GB 2294909B; GB 2295058B; GB 2303203B; GB 2306887B; GB 2307036B; GB 2316477B;
IE 0621495; IT 034244BE; 2005; IT 0621495; IT 0655144; JP 3495373; JP 3793577; NL 0621495;
NL 0797503; NL 0969247; UK 0621495; UK 0655144; UK 0662275; UK 0797503; UK 0969247; UK 1447702;
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Table of Contents
Cyberlight® 2.0 User Manual ............................................................................. i
Contact Information ..........................................................................................ii
Declaration of Conformity ................................................................................. iii
Product Modification Warning ............................................................................iv
Important Safety Information ............................................................................iv
FCC Information .............................................................................................. v
Safety Symbols ............................................................................................... v
Warranty Information ......................................................................................vi
Limited Warranty ..........................................................................................vi
Returning an Item Under Warranty for Repair ..................................................vi
Freight ........................................................................................................vi
Patents ......................................................................................................... vii
Chapter 1: Product Overview
This chapter describes the features and specifications of the
Cyberlight® 2.0 fixture along with a list of related products and
accessories.
Features ........................................................................................................... 1
Operation ....................................................................................................... 1
Optics ............................................................................................................ 2
Effects ........................................................................................................... 2
Construction ................................................................................................... 2
Specifications ................................................................................................... 3
Mechanical Specifications .................................................................................. 3
Wheel Components .......................................................................................... 3
Electrical Specifications .................................................................................... 4
Safety Standards ............................................................................................. 4
Environmental Specifications ............................................................................. 4
Cables and Connectors ..................................................................................... 5
Related Products and Accessories .................................................................... 5
Chapter 2: Installation and Setup
Installation includes mounting, connecting to power and establishing
Ethernet and DMX links. Setting a start channel configures the fixture
for DMX control.
Unpacking the Cyberlight® 2.0 Fixture ............................................................. 7
Installing the Power Cord Cap .......................................................................... 7
Power Cord Cap: UK Only ................................................................................. 7
VIGTIG FIKKER HEDS INFORMATION - DANMARK ................................................ 8
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Installing the Yoke ........................................................................................... 9
Installing the yoke: .......................................................................................... 9
Mounting the Cyberlight 2.0 Fixture ............................................................... 10
Standing the Fixture on its End Handles ............................................................ 10
Mounting the Fixture on a Truss or Other Support System ................................... 10
Truss or Other Support System .................................................................... 10
Safety Cable .............................................................................................. 10
Clamps ...................................................................................................... 11
Mounting Procedure .................................................................................... 11
Linking Cyberlight 2.0 Fixtures ....................................................................... 12
Cable Connectors ........................................................................................... 12
Connecting to DMX512 Link ............................................................................. 13
Powering On the Fixture ................................................................................. 13
Setting the DMX Start Channel ....................................................................... 14
Shutting Down the Fixture .............................................................................. 14
Chapter 3: The Menu System
You can use the fixture’s onboard menu system to configure and test
the Cyberlight 2.0 fixture.
Navigating the Menu System .......................................................................... 15
Cyberlight 2.0 Menu Map ................................................................................ 16
Cyberlight 2.0 Menu Options ........................................................................... 18
Set Menu (SET) ............................................................................................. 19
Setting Factory Defaults (FACT) .................................................................... 19
Changing the Display Output (DSPL) ............................................................. 19
Inverting Pan (P/IN) .................................................................................... 19
Inverting Tilt (T/IN) .................................................................................... 20
Swapping Pan and Tilt (SWAP) ..................................................................... 20
Data Loss (DLOS) ....................................................................................... 20
Mode Menu (MODE) ....................................................................................... 21
Crossloading the Fixture (XLd) ...................................................................... 21
Selecting Lamp Power (LAMP) ...................................................................... 21
Test Menu (TEST) .......................................................................................... 22
Homing the Fixture (HOME) ......................................................................... 22
Lamp Test (LAMP) ....................................................................................... 22
Changing Boot Codes (BOOT) ....................................................................... 22
Performing Self Tests (SELF) ........................................................................ 23
Moving the Fixture to Setup Position (S/UP) ................................................... 23
Information Menu (INFO) ................................................................................ 24
Viewing the Current Software Version (VER) ................................................... 24
Viewing the Unique Fixture ID (UNIQ) ........................................................... 24
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Monitoring Internal Fixture Temperature (TEMP) ..............................................24
Viewing Fixture Hours ..................................................................................25
Viewing DMX Data for the Link (DATA) ...........................................................26
Viewing Lamp Hours (L/HR) ..........................................................................26
Viewing Lamp Strikes (L/ST) .........................................................................27
Resetting Lamp Hours (L/RS) ........................................................................27
Monitoring the Fan Speed (FAN) ....................................................................27
Viewing Module Version Number (M/VR) .........................................................28
Chapter 4: Fixture Programming
Cyberlight® 2.0 fixtures can be programmed to provide hard edge
beam with full CMY color, multiple gobo patterns and effects, as well
as a variety of Shutter/Lamp functions.
DMX Programming Overview .......................................................................... 29
Full Speed verses MSpeed Control ....................................................................29
DMX Programming Options ..............................................................................29
Programming with a DMX Console ....................................................................29
Cyberlight® 2.0 DMX Parameters ................................................................... 30
Pan and Tilt .................................................................................................... 30
Color Mixing Flags .......................................................................................... 31
CMY Color Mixing ............................................................................................31
Color Function ................................................................................................31
Tri Color Effect ...............................................................................................31
Static Color Wheel .......................................................................................... 32
Static Color Position ........................................................................................32
Static Color Function .......................................................................................32
Static Gobo Wheel .......................................................................................... 33
Static Gobo Position ........................................................................................33
Static Gobo Function .......................................................................................33
Rotating Gobo Wheel ...................................................................................... 34
Rotating Gobo Position ....................................................................................34
Rotating Gobo Function ...................................................................................34
Rotating Gobo Rotate Coarse/Rotating Gobo Rotate Fine ......................................34
Effect Wheel ................................................................................................... 35
Effect Position ................................................................................................35
Effect Function ...............................................................................................35
Frost .............................................................................................................. 36
Zoom .............................................................................................................. 36
Iris ................................................................................................................. 36
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Dim ................................................................................................................. 36
Shutter and Lamp Effects ............................................................................... 37
Shutter/Lamp Function ................................................................................... 37
MSpeed (Motor Speed) ................................................................................... 38
Macros ............................................................................................................ 38
Control Settings .............................................................................................. 39
Appendix A: MSpeed Conversion Table ............................................... 41
Appendix B: Important Safety Information......................................... 43
APPENDICE B: IMPORTANTES INFORMATIONS SUR LA SÉCURITÉ ......................... 45
ANHANG B: WICHTIGE HINWEISE FÜR IHRE SICHERHEIT ................................... 46
APÉNDICE B: INFORMACIÓN IMPORTANTE DE SEGURIDAD ................................. 48
APPENDICE B: IMPORTANTI INFORMAZIONI PER LA SICUREZZA .......................... 49
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Chapter 1:
Product Overview
This chapter describes the features and specifications of the Cyberlight® 2.0
fixture along with a list of related products and accessories.
The Cyberlight® 2.0 luminaire updates the classic Cyberlight fixture with brighter lamp, and
improved electronics. The MSR 2000 short arc lamp boosts the light output to 30,000 lumens.
An onboard menu system with an LED display replaces dip switches for easy addressing and
fixture configuration. A universal power supply eliminates the need to set voltages and provides
for electronic strobing. Individual DMX control of the color flags enhance color mixing and allow
for a unique tri-color effect.
Cyberlight 2.0 features motorized variable frost from hard edge to soft edge; beam position and
movement speed; focus; variable zoom; litho and CYM color selection; color mixing; variable
iris; variable-speed rotating lithos; full optical dimming; and automatic cooling system
shutdown. The fixture still accepts stock and custom LithoPatterns, including high resolution
glass gobos, Art Glass and Special Effects lithos. Electronic lamp ballast provides lamp strobe
and dimmming.
These improvements along with updated DMX and RDM control make Cyberlight 2.0 brightest
mirror fixture with the most features and effects on the market.
Features
Operation
• 170° pan and 90° tilt movement
• Increased mirror movement speeds
• Auto-switching power supply
• LED display for addressing and configuration
• 200v-240v
• 28 DMX channels of standard USITT DMX 512 protocol control
• DMX/RDM Connector: 5-pin XLR
• Compliances: ETL, CE
• Pan and tilt swap; pan and tilt invert
• Remote system enable/disable
• GE 2000 watt MSR lamp with 7000K color temperature
• 750-hour rated lamp life
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• Quick lamp change and optimization
• Electronic Lamp ballast
Optics
• Computer-optimized cold-mirror reflector and lens assembly for maximum output
• Enhanced mirror increases efficiency
• Motorized zoom control
• Zoom angle 13° to 22° (16° to 26° using the wide angle effect)
• Field angle up to 36°
• Motorized focus control
• Motorized variable frost from hard edge to soft edge
• Smooth, precise micro-stepped beam positioning
• 100% dimming, fade to black
Effects
• 16 million colors available via sophisticated dichroic subtractive CYM (cyan-yellowmagenta) color model
• Eight-position indexed color wheel with a versatile selection of richly-saturated dichroic
colors plus open (white), custom dichroic filters available
• Variable speed (forward and reverse 0-50 RPM) rotating lithopatterns (from 0° to 360°)
with replaceable patterns (4 lithos plus open)
• Eight-position fixed litho wheel with seven easily-replaceable LithoPatterns standard
• Litho mixing effects: rotating over fixed, or fixed over fixed
• Eight-position effects wheel including a multi-image prism effect, and a subtractive color
dichroic mosaic effect
• Infinitely-variable frost effect
• Wide angle and Diffusion lens effects
• Variable speed motorized iris control
• Variable high-speed strobe shutter and variable high speed electronic strobing
• Variable speed mirror scan, litho, and color changes
Construction
• High-resolution micro-stepping motor control for smooth motion at all speeds
• Full cutaway access to optical system for service and cleaning
• Electronic cooling system control
• Interlocked rear lamp replacement system for easy access
• External lamp position adjustment controls
• Performance oriented exterior design prevents stray light scatter
• Break-resistant mirror
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Specifications
Mechanical Specifications
Fixture weight (including yoke): 45kg (99 lb)
Shipping weight (Box + Fixture + Yoke): 51.3 kg (113 lb)
Dimensions (including yoke): 510 mm x 443 mm x 1141 mm (20.1 in x 17.5 in x 45 in)
Shipping Box Dimensions: 749 mm x 1200 mm x 724 mm (29.5 in x 47.25 in x 28.5 in)
365 mm
14.4 in
1074 mm
42.3 in
510 mm
20.1 in
370 mm
14.6 in
339 mm
13.3 in
443 mm
17.5 in
339 mm
13.3 in
1141 mm
45 in
Wheel Components
Dichroic Glass: Diameter: 1.745 in ± 0.010 in (44.323 mm ± 0.25 mm)
Thickness: 0.069 in (1.75 mm)
Effects Glass: Diameter: 2.060 in ± 0.010 in (52.32 mm ± 0.25 mm)
Thickness: 0.069 in (1.75 mm)
Lithopatterns: Diameter: 1.745 in ± 0.010 in (44.323 mm ± 0.25 mm)
Thickness: 0.069 in (1.75 mm)
Image Area: 1.465 in (37.21 mm)
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Electrical Specifications
Voltage selectable: 208V / 230V only
Power consumption: 12 Amps at 200V, 10 Amps at 240V
Rated power: 2000W
Rated frequency: 50-60Hz
Rated Lamp Life: 750 hrs
Warning: Class I equipment - For continued protection
against electric shock connect this equipment to an
earthed (grounded) power source only
This equipment for connection to branch circuit
having a maximum overload protection of 20 A
Safety Standards
• EN 60598-1: 1993
• EN 60598-2-17: 1989
• A1-A3: 1993
EMC Standards
• EN 50081-1: 1992
• EN 50082-1: 1992
Environmental Specifications
Maximum ambient temperature: 45° C (113° F)
Maximum exterior surface temperature: 110° C (144° F)
Minimum distance to lighted object: 3 m (9.8 ft)
Minimum distance to flammable objects: 1 m (3.28 ft)
Caution: Do not mount on a flammable surface
Not for residential use
Use in dry locations only
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Cables and Connectors
Belden® 3107A or equivalent (meets specifications for EIA RS-485 applications) with the
following characteristics:
• Two twisted pairs plus a shield
• maximum capacitance between conductors - 30 pF/ft.
• maximum capacitance between conductor and shield - 55 pF/ft.
• maximum resistance of 20Ω / 1000 ft.
• nominal impedance 100-140Ω
Related Products and Accessories
Name
Replacement Lamp MSR2000/SA (7000 K)
Part Number
55030088
Cyberlight LithoPatterns
Call*
Cyberlight custom color wheel dichroic filters
Call*
Cyberlight touring yoke kit
55040005
Cyberlight narrow angle lens kit
55040012
Keal road case
19070004
Whole
Road
Hog®3
Hog®
Lighting Console
Full Boar Lighting Console
25020001
A6020001
Road Hog® Lighting Console
A2020001
Heavy duty 5-pin XLR cable (10’)
55050017
Heavy duty 5-pin XLR cable (25’)
55050018
Heavy duty 5-pin XLR cable (50’)
55050019
Heavy duty 5-pin XLR cable (100’)
55050020
Galvanized safety cable
12040001
Cheeseborough clamp
55040014
Mega-Claw clamp
67040007
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Chapter 2:
Installation and Setup
Installation includes mounting, connecting to power and establishing Ethernet
and DMX links. Setting a start channel configures the fixture for DMX control.
Unpacking the Cyberlight® 2.0 Fixture
Carefully unpack your fixture and verify that it arrived complete and without any damage. If any
internal or external parts of the fixture are damaged you must notify both the shipping agent
and your sales agent immediately.
Do not discard the shipping carton and packing materials. The carton and packing materials
are specifically designed to protect the product during transport. High End Systems assumes no
responsibility for products damaged during transport. Any product being returned for repair
must be shipped in its original shipping carton and packing materials.
Note: Before sending anything to the factory, be sure to call your HES
dealer/distributor for a Return Authorization (RA) number. The factory
cannot accept any goods shipped without an RA number.
Installing the Power Cord Cap
You must obtain and install a power cord cap before you can connect the Cyberlight 2.0 to a
power outlet. The type of power cord cap you must obtain depends on the location in which the
Cyberlight 2.0 will be used; different locations (even within the same country) might have
different power cord cap requirements.
Note: Because of the wide variety of power cord caps used worldwide, High
End Systems cannot make specific recommendations for the
particular power cord cap you should use. Contact a local authority if
you are unsure which type of power cord cap you need.
Power Cord Cap: UK Only
The cores in the mains lead are colored in accordance with the following code:
• green and yellow: earth
• blue: neutral
• brown: live
Since the colors of the cores in the mains lead of this equipment may not correspond with the
colored markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
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• The core which is colored green and yellow must be connected to the terminal in the plug
which is marked with the letter “E” or by the earth symbol
, or colored green or green
and yellow
• The core which is colored blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the
letter “N” or colored black
• The core which is colored brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with
the letter “L” or colored red
CAUTION: Class 1 equipment. This equipment
must be earthed
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Installing the Yoke
Although you can operate the Cyberlight 2.0 fixture
standing on it’s handles, you will need to install
the supplied yoke for truss mounting.
Yoke
Clamping
T-Handle
Yoke kit components:
• two 5/16 inch carriage bolts
• two clamping T-handles
• yoke
5/16 in
carriage
bolts
• two 3/8 inch allen cap screws
• two 9/16 inch locknuts (nut with nylon insert)
9/16 inch
locknuts
Installing the yoke:
Note:
If you are installing this yoke on a
fixture that has already been put into
use, disconnect the unit from power
3/8 inch
allen bolts –
insert through yoke
and into fixture
and allow at least 10 minutes to cool.
Clamping
T-handle
1. To assemble the yoke, insert the carriage bolts through
the square-shaped hole in the yoke and loosely attach the
clamping T-handles to the carriage bolts.
2. Remove the center access door and stand the fixture on its
end handles.
3. Position the U-shape of the yoke is opposite the center
access door, aligning the bottom holes on the yoke with
the yoke pivot hole.
4. Insert the two 3/8 inch allen bolts through the round holes
Yoke
tilt plate
in each side of the yoke, and through the holes in the side
of the Cyberlight 2.0. Tighten them using your fingers or
an allen wrench.
T-handle
5. Place a locknut on the end of each allen bolt. You can use
either a 3/8 inch socket wrench or a 3/8 inch wrench to
turn the nut. Tighten the nut until so you are still able to
pivot the fixture.
6. Position the yoke as desired, using the deviation degree
markings on the yoke for exact positioning, and firmly
tighten the T-handles.
7. On the top of each yoke are three 13 mm (1/2-inch)
diameter mounting holes which provide two different ways
to mount the fixture.
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Mounting the Cyberlight 2.0 Fixture
WARNING!
Equipment suitable for dry locations only. Do not expose this
equipment to rain or moisture.
This equipment must be earthed.
CAUTION!
Always use a secondary safety cable through the yoke when
mounting this fixture.
Mount the fixtures and controllers in a location that is away
from direct heat and protected from moisture.
Maintain a minimum focus distance of 3 meters (from a
combustible object.
3m
Do not mount within 1 meter of a flammable surface.
Standing the Fixture on its End Handles
The Cyberlight end handles are designed to support the weight of the fixture; however, make
sure you observe the following guidelines:
• The fixture must be located away from moving objects that could strike it and cause it to
become unbalanced.
• The fixture must be mounted on a sturdy, stable surface.
• If the surface is other than floor height, make sure you use safety cables as described in
the next section.
Mounting the Fixture on a Truss or Other Support System
WARNING!
Before mounting, disconnect power to the fixture. If it has been
operating, allow the fixture to cool for five minutes before handling.
Truss or Other Support System
If you are mounting the fixture(s) on a truss or another type of support, verify that the truss or
support will handle the weight of all the devices you are mounting. The Cyberlight 2.0 fixture
with its yoke weighs 45kg (99 lb).
Safety Cable
High End Systems strongly recommends that you use a safety cable when mounting any fixture.
You must supply your own safety cable and verify that the cable is capable of supporting the
weight of the fixture. You can order galvanized safety cables from your High End Systems
dealer/distributor (see Related Products and Accessories on page 5).
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Clamps
You must supply two clamps and verify they are capable of supporting the weight of the fixture
with the yoke (45kg (99 lb)). You can order truss clamps from your High End Systems dealer/
distributor (see Related Products and Accessories on page 5).
Make sure the fixture cannot be rotated all the way around (360°). (Using two clamps is a good
way to do this). Allowing the fixture to rotate 360° could loosen the clamp mounting bolts.
Mounting Procedure
Because of the variety of conceivable lighting designs, you should consider the procedure below
as a suggested guideline only. High End Systems cannot make specific recommendations for
your particular lighting design or venue.
CAUTION:
Always stand on a firm, stable surface and use three people to
mount each Cyberlight 2.0 fixture; two people to hold the fixture
while it is being secured in place, and one person to secure the
fixture to its support and to attach clamps and safety cables.
Only experienced lighting personnel should attempt to hang a lighting
fixture to an appropriate theatrical truss.
To mount the fixture:
1. Attach two clamps using the holes on the yoke. Use locking washers when attaching the
clamp to the yoke
2. Tighten the clamps firmly to the Cyberlight yoke and to the support.
3. Loop one or more suitable safety cables around the support and around the Cyberlight
yoke.
CAUTION:
Do not use the fixture handles as a safety cable attachment
point. The Cyberlight handles are intended only for handlifting the fixture.
WARNING:
Failure to use a safety cable could result in injury or death. High End
Systems supplies the proper safety cables and may be contacted for
replacements if necessary. For more information go to:
www.highend.com/trusshang.
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Linking Cyberlight 2.0 Fixtures
Cyberlight 2.0 fixtures operate on standard DMX512 link controlled by a DMX console. The
number of fixtures on a link will be determined by the combined number of channels required
by all the fixtures. A Cyberlight 2.0 fixture requires a 28 channel footprint on a standard
DMX512 link.
Cable Connectors
Use data-grade cable and 5-pin XLR cable connectors to attach your fixture to the DMX link.
The Cyberlight 2.0 fixture accepts 5-pin XLR cable connectors. Cabling must have a male XLR
connector on one end of the cable and a female XLR connector on the other end.
Pin one is the common (cable shield), pin two is the data complement (negative), pin three is
the data true (positive). Pins four and five are not used, but they allow a secondary data link to
pass through the fixture.
Grounding lug (inside XLR shell)
XLR shell
Common
(cable shield)
negative
(data
complement)
5
1
2
4
3
positive
(data true)*
negative
(data complement)*
positive
(data true)
Male XLR Connector
positive
(data true)*
5
1
4
2
3
negative
(data
complement)*
positive
(data true)
Common
(cable shield)
negative
(data
complement)
Female XLR Connector
*This data line is not used by the fixture, but allows data to pass through the fixture.
Test each cable with a voltage/ohm meter (VOM) to verify correct polarity and to make sure
that the negative and positive pins are not grounded or shorted to the shield or to each other.
CAUTION!
Do not connect anything to the ground lug on the XLR
connectors. Do not connect or allow contact between the common
(cable shield) and the fixture’s chassis ground. Grounding the common
could cause a ground loop and/or erratic behavior.
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Connecting to DMX512 Link
To link one or more fixtures to a DMX controller:
1. Connect the male XLR connector of a DMX Data cable to the controller’s DMX Data Out
connector.
2. Connect the Data cable’s female XLR connector to the Data In connector of the first (or
next) fixture on the DMX link.
3. Continue linking the remaining fixtures connecting a cable from the Data Out connector of
each fixture to the Data In connector of the next fixture on the link.
4. Terminate the link by installing a 120 ohm, 1/4 watt (minimum) terminator in the fixture’s
Data Out (female) cable connector in the last fixture on each DMX link. A terminator on the
last fixture of the link prevents data reflection, which can corrupt the data communication
on the link.
To construct a terminator:
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1. Disassemble a male 5-pin XLR connector.
2. Solder a 120 ohm resistor, minimum of 1/4 watt, between Pin 2
1
5
2
3
and Pin 3.
4
3. Reassemble the XLR connector.
Powering On the Fixture
WARNING:
This equipment is designed for connection to a branch circuit having
a maximum overload protection of 20 A.
CAUTION:
Do not power on the fixture until verifying that the line cord cap is
suitable for the power source in your location. For more information,
see Installing the Power Cord Cap on page 7.
To power on the Cyberlight 2.0 fixture, simply connect it to a 200V-240V AC power source. Once
the fixture is connected to a power source, it automatically begins a homing procedure to verify
that fixture components are functioning.
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Setting the DMX Start Channel
Each Cyberlight 2.0 fixture requires a block of consecutive channels on a 512-Channel DMX link.
To set the Start Channel on an Cyberlight 2.0 fixture:
1. Access the fixture’s menu system via the dot matrix display on the fixture’s front panel. For
a detailed description of the menu system, see Chapter 3: The Menu System on page 15.
UP and DOWN arrows
scroll to an option or a value
MENU button unlocks the menu
and backs through menu levels
ENTER button selects an
option or a menu value
2. To unlock the menu, press and hold the <Menu> button until AddR appears on the LED
display. Press the <Enter> button to select.
3. The display will show the start channel currently assigned to the fixture.
4. Use the <Up> and <Down> arrow buttons to select a valid DMX start channel from 0-485.
The display will flash a new option ready for selection. For more information on addressing
your fixture, see
5. Press the <Enter> button to store the new DMX Start channel. The display will stop flashing
when a new option is entered.
When setting the Start channel on a fixture, remember:
• A fixture’s physical location on the link does not have to coincide with the order of channel
range assignments in the link.
• The fixture’s channel range must not overlap any other device’s channel range on the link.
When two devices on the same DMX link have overlapping channel ranges, one or both
devices will be disabled or behave erratically. The single exception would be if two or more
fixtures need to respond to controller commands in exactly the same way. In that case,
those fixtures must be the same type and must share the entire channel range.
Shutting Down the Fixture
A DMX controller can shut down the fixture remotely with the Shutdown option in the Control
Channel or you can simply disconnect from power. The Cyberlight 2.0 fixture automatically
shuts down in the event of DMX data loss longer than five minutes.
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You can use the fixture’s onboard menu system to configure and test the
Cyberlight 2.0 fixture.
The onboard Cyberlight 2.0 menu system allows you to:
• Assign a DMX start channel.
• Access fixture options such as homing the fixture, viewing fixture status, and performing
self tests.
• View all DMX values on the link.
• Identify fixture errors.
Navigating the Menu System
After homing, The alphanumeric screen will display HES, CYBR, The model (2000 or 1500
depending on the power setting) the software version in the form V Major.minor (V1.1 for
example), and the DMX address in the C### format.
You can access and navigate the
menu system via the four menu
Use <UP> and
<Down> arrow
buttons to scroll
through menus
and options
navigation buttons on the fixture’s
front panel.
The alphanumeric LED display
shows the menu items you select
from the menu map. When accessing fixture options, the display will
flash when a new option is selected
(by pressing the <Up> or <Down>
arrow buttons), and stops flashing
when a new option is stored (by
Use the <Enter> button to select
and store a menu or option
Use the <Menu> button to
access the menu and return
to previous menu or option
pressing the <Enter> button).
To access the menu system: press and hold the <Menu> button until AddR appears on the
display. The menu system is protected against inadvertent menu changes by requiring the
<Menu> button to be held for a few seconds before allowing entry to the menu system.
To return to the previous option or menu without changing the value: press the
<Menu> button.
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Cyberlight 2.0 Menu Map
Level 1
ADDR
Level 2
FACT
DSPL
P/IN
SET
Level 3
Level 4
Cxxx
T/IN
SWAP
DLOS
XLd
MODE
LAMP
HOME
LAMP
Level 5
Description
Change the existing DMX start channel
ON
Sets factory defaults on
OFF
Sets factory defaults off
ON
Sets the LED display on
OFF
Sets the LED display off
ON
Sets pan invert on
OFF
Sets pan invert off
ON
Sets tilt invert on
OFF
Sets tilt invert off
ON
Sets pan/tilt swap on
OFF
Sets pan/tilt swap off
SHRT
Turns LEDs off one second after DMX data is lost.
LONG
Retains LED state after DMX data is lost until the
unit is shutdown
YES
Selects Extended protocol
NO
Selects Standard protocol
2000
Runds the lamp at 2000W
1500
Runs the lamp at 1500W
HOLD
Homes the fixture
ON
Manually turns the lamp on
OFF
Manually turns the lamp off
NO
BOOT
YES
PAN
TILT
SHUT
DONE
EMTY
Copies BOOT code to fixture
Mirror movement function
Shutter strobe movement
CYAN
TEST
MAGN
Color flag movement
YELW
SELF
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COLR
Static color wheel function
LT1
Rotating Gobo Wheel: wheel movement
LT1R
Rotating Gobo Wheel: rotating gobo movement
LT2
Static Gobo Wheel movement
IRIS
Tests Iris function
FX
Effects wheel motion
ZOOM
Zoom lens range
FCUS
Focus lens range
FRST
Frost flags movement
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Level 1
TEST
Level 2
S/UP
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
ON
Setup mode for mechanical homing
VER
####
Shows the
UNIQ
########
Shows the fixture’s unique ID number
CPU
####
Shows the current internal temperature at the logic
board
LPS
####
Shows the current internal temperature at the
lamp power supply
CPU
####
Shows the maximum internal temperature
recorded at the logic board
LPS
####
Shows the maximum internal temperature
recorded at the lamp power supply
CPU
####
Shows the minimum internal temperature
recorded at the logic board
LPS
####
Shows the internal temperature recorded at the
lamp power supply
CURR
MAX
TEMP
MIN
HOLD
RST
INFO
Description
OFF
YES
DONE
When you select Yes the Max and Min
temperature readings reset to the current. DONE
will display when the process is complete.
F/HR
####
DMX
1-512
L/HR
####
Shows Lamp hours
L/ST
####
Shows the current number of Lamp strikes
NO
When you select Yes the Lamp hours are reset to
zero. DONE will display when the process is
complete.
L/RS
FAN
M/VR
Shows current number of fixture hours
####
Shows the DMX data for the selected DMX
channel on the link.
YES
DONE
LMP1
####
LMP2
####
Shows the rotations per second of the two fans
located in the lamp power supply compartment
P/T
####
Shows Pan and Tilt HW.SW version
Z/FC
####
Shows Zoom and Focus lenses HW.SW version
FR/C
####
Shows Frost and Cyan flags HW.SW version
M/Y
####
Shows Magenta and Yellow flags HW.SW version
C/L1
####
Shows Color and Rotating Gobo Wheel HW.SW
version
LAMP
####
Shows Lamp HW.SW version
FAN
####
Shows Fan HW.SW version
DISP
####
Shows LED display HW.SW version
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Cyberlight 2.0 Menu Options
The sections below explain how to access the fixture options shown in the fixture’s menu map.
This manual uses the following conventions in the descriptions for menus and menu navigation
buttons:
Example
Meaning
<Button>
Press the appropriate LED display navigation button on the fixture. For example, the
<Enter> button on the LED display panel.
Menu Option
Italics are used to indicate the appropriate menu selection you should choose from the
on-board menu system. For example, the AddR menu option.
Address Menu (AddR)
The DMX Start Channel is the first channel of a device’s channel range on a DMX link and
identifies the fixture for the DMX controller. There are 512 available channels on each DMX
universe divided among all the devices in a particular universe. A device must have a unique
DMX Start Channel number in order to respond independently to controller commands. You
must assign a DMX start channel to every fixture on the link.
The Address menu allows you to change the DMX start channel that is currently assigned to the
fixture. The fixture’s DMX channel range must not overlap any other device’s channel range on
the link. When two devices on the same DMX universe have overlapping channel ranges, one or
both devices will be disabled or behave erratically.
Note: The single exception would be if two or more fixtures need to respond to
controller commands in exactly the same way. In that case, those fixtures
must be the same type and must share the entire channel range.
The Cyberlight 2.0 fixture requires a unique range of 28 channels on the DMX link. The last valid
Start Channel on a DMX512 link is 485.
To set the DMX start channel:
1. Press and hold <Menu> until AddR appears on the LED display. Press <Enter> to select.
2. Select a new DMX start channel. The LED display flashes when a new start channel is
selected.
3. Press <Enter> to accept the new DMX start channel. The LED display stops flashing when a
new option is entered. If you do not press <Enter>, the new option you selected is not
stored.
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Set Menu (SET)
Setting Factory Defaults (FACT)
When you set this menu item on, all factory options return to their default settings. Cyberlight
2.0 fixtures are shipped from the factory with the following default option settings:
pan/tilt swap = off
tilt invert = off
pan invert = off
LED display = on and bright
LED off with DMX data loss = short
The factory default menu option displays On if all the factory options are at the factory default
settings. If any of the items listed above are not at the factory default setting, the display reads
OFF. Selecting the OFF option will have no effect. To restore the factory default setting:
1. Press and hold <Menu> until AddR appears on the LED display.
2. Scroll to the SET menu. Press <Enter> to select.
3. Scroll to the FACT menu (this will be the first menu displayed). Press <Enter>.
4. Scroll to ON to restore the factory option defaults.
5. Press <Enter> to store.
Changing the Display Output (DSPL)
You can manually turn the fixture’s alphanumeric LED display on or off. If you want to remotely
change the display output (using a DMX console), see Control Settings on page 39.
To turn the display off:
1. Press and hold <Menu> until AddR appears on the LED display.
2. Scroll to the SET menu. Press <Enter> to select.
3. Scroll to the DSPL menu. Press <Enter> to select.
4. Scroll to ON to set the LED display to normal intensity.
5. Press <Enter> to store.
Inverting Pan (P/IN)
This menu item inverts the direction of the pan motor, to allow fixtures mounted opposite each
other horizontally to respond to pan movement commands in the same direction.
To invert the fixture’s pan motion:
1. Press and hold <Menu> until AddR appears on the LED display.
2. Scroll to the SET menu. Press <Enter> to select.
3. Scroll to the P/IN menu. Press <Enter> to select.
4. Scroll to ON to invert the fixture’s pan motion, or OFF to return the fixture’s pan motion to
normal orientation.
5. Press <Enter> to store.
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Inverting Tilt (T/IN)
This menu item inverts the direction of the tilt motor, to allow fixtures mounted opposite each
other vertically to respond to tilt movement commands in the same direction.
To invert the fixture’s tilt motion:
1. Press and hold <Menu> until AddR appears on the LED display.
2. Scroll to the SET menu. Press <Enter> to select.
3. Scroll to the T/IN menu. Press <Enter> to select.
4. Scroll to ON to invert the fixture’s tilt motion, or OFF to return the fixture’s tilt motion to
normal orientation.
5. Press <Enter> to store.
Swapping Pan and Tilt (SWAP)
This menu option swaps the pan motor and tilt motor operation to allow fixtures hung
perpendicular to each other to respond to pan and tilt movement commands in the same
direction. To swap pan and tilt motion:
1. Press and hold <Menu> until AddR appears on the LED display.
2. Scroll to the SET menu. Press <Enter> to select.
3. Scroll to the SWAP menu. Press <Enter> to select.
4. Scroll to ON to swap the fixture’s pan and tilt motion, or OFF to return the fixture’s pan and
tilt motion to normal orientation.
5. Press <Enter> to store.
Data Loss (DLOS)
Use this menu item to determine how the fixture will react in the event of DMX data loss by
turning off the LED’s upon Data Loss or keeping the LEDs on until shut down.
To select a data loss option:
1. Press and hold <Menu> until AddR appears on the LED display.
2. Scroll to the SET menu. Press <Enter> to select.
3. Scroll to the dLOS menu. Press <Enter> to select.
4. Scroll to LONG to turn the LEDs off only when the fixture is shut down, or SHRT to turn off
the LEDs one second after data loss.
5. Press <Enter> to store.
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Mode Menu (MODE)
Crossloading the Fixture (XLd)
The Cyberlight fixture can crossload software from one fixture to additional Cyberlight 2.0
fixtures on the same link. To crossload software:
1. Disconnect the data cable between the console and the first fixture.
2. Hold <MENU> on the master fixture (the fixture with the latest software version) until the
display changes to AddR.
3. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the MOdE field and press <ENTER>.
4. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the XLd field and press <ENTER>. The master
fixture will upload its software to all connected fixtures on the link. The slave fixtures will
display UPLd during the process. After the fixtures have completed the upload, they will
reset and home.
5. Notes:If the fixture(s) take longer than one minute to reset after an upload, turn off the
fixture(s) and repeat the procedure. If a new boot code was included with the latest
software, you will need to store the boot code on each fixture. Refer to “Changing Boot
Codes” on page 3-9.
Selecting Lamp Power (LAMP)
1. You can select between 2000W and 1500W to power the lamp. To select power:
2. Hold <MENU> on the master fixture (the fixture with the latest software version) until the
display changes to AddR.
3. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the MOdE field and press <ENTER>.
4. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the LAMP field and press <ENTER>.
5. Scroll to 2000 to set the power to 2000W, or 1500 to select 1500W.
6. Press <Enter> to store.
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Test Menu (TEST)
The Test menu allows you to manually home the fixture and perform fixture self tests to
determine the origin of mechanical problems.
Homing the Fixture (HOME)
This menu item allows you to manually home the fixture. To remotely home the fixture using a
DMX console, see Control Settings on page 39. To manually home the fixture:
1. Press and hold <Menu> until AddR appears on the LED display.
2. Scroll to the TEST menu. Press <Enter> to select.
3. Scroll to the HOME option (this will be the first option displayed).
4. Press <Enter> to store.
Lamp Test (LAMP)
The Lamp Test menu gives the user the options of manually striking the lamp or turning it off.To
access the lamp function:
1. Hold <MENU> until the display changes to AddR.
2. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the TEST field and press <ENTER> to select.
3. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the LAMP field and press <ENTER>.
4. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to ON to strike the lamp or OFF to extinguish the
lamp.
5. Press <Enter> to store.
Changing Boot Codes (BOOT)
When the Cyberlight 2.0 fixture is uploaded, occasionally it is necessary to include a new boot
code with the latest software. This is apparent when bOOT dIff appears in the display. To accept
and store the new boot code:
1. Hold <MENU> until the display changes to AddR.
2. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the TEST field and press <ENTER>.
3. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the bOOT field and press <ENTER>. The fixture
will display dONE, RST, and home.
Caution: Do not remove power from the fixture during the
above procedure.
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Performing Self Tests (SELF)
The following self tests are available:
Parameter
Self-Test Description
PAN
Moves through the entire pan range
TILT
Moves through the entire tilt range
SHUT
Tests Shutter strobe movement
CYAN
MAGN
Moves the specific pair of color flags selected
YELW
COLR
Static color wheel function
LT1
Rotating Gobo Wheel: wheel movement
LT1R
Rotating Gobo Wheel: rotating gobo movement
LT2
Static Gobo Wheel movement
IRIS
Tests Iris function
FX
Tests Effects wheel motion
ZOOM
Moves the Zoom lens through the range
FCUS
Moves through the Focus range
FRST
Tests Frost flags movement
To start a self test process:
1. Press and hold <Menu> until AddR appears on the LED display.
2. Scroll to the TEST menu. Press <Enter> to select.
3. Scroll to the SELF menu. Press <Enter> to select.
4. Scroll to the desired option (listed above).
5. Press <Enter> to start the test. The fixture will perform the selected self test.
6. Press <Menu> to exit the test.
Moving the Fixture to Setup Position (S/UP)
Caution: The setup position is used only by qualified service
personnel during maintenance.
To place the fixture in setup position before servicing:
1. Hold <MENU> until the display changes to AddR.
2. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the TEST field and press <ENTER>.
3. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the S/UP field and press <ENTER>. The display
will indicate SET NOW while the motors are electronically locked into place.
4. Perform the appropriate maintenance procedures.
5. Press <MENU> to reset and home the fixture.
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Information Menu (INFO)
The Information menu allows you to view current fixture information such as internal
temperature, fixture hours, software version, and DMX data for any other device on the link.
Viewing the Current Software Version (VER)
To view the current software version:
1. Press and hold <Menu> until AddR appears on the LED display.
2. Scroll to the INFO menu. Press <Enter> to select.
3. Scroll to the VER option.
4. Press <Enter>. The LED will display the fixture’s current software version.
Viewing the Unique Fixture ID (UNIQ)
To view the fixture’s identification number:
1. Press and hold <Menu> until AddR appears on the LED display.
2. Scroll to the INFO menu. Press <Enter> to select.
3. Scroll to the UNIQ option.
4. Press <Enter>. The LED will display the fixture’s unique ID number.
Note: This option also contains the commands for setting the ID number for
the first time at the factory. In that case UP and DOWN will be
displayed as the number is generated .
Monitoring Internal Fixture Temperature (TEMP)
The Cyberlight 2.0 menu system lets you monitor the internal fixture temperature at the CPU
board and the lamp power supply. You can view the current, maximum and minimum
temperatures at each of these points or reset the maximum and minimum temperature readings
to the current temperature.
To view the fixture’s current internal temperature:
1. Hold <MENU> until the display changes to AddR.
2. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the INFO field and press <ENTER>.
3. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the TEMP field and press <ENTER>.
4. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the CURR field and press <ENTER>.
The fixture will display the current internal temperature followed by C (degrees centigrade)
for the CPU and the LPS locations.
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To view the fixture’s minimum internal temperature (lowest ambient at power on):
1. Hold <MENU> until the display changes to AddR.
2. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the INFO field and press <ENTER>.
3. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the TEMP field and press <ENTER>.
4. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the MIN field and press <ENTER>.
The fixture will display the minimum internal temperature followed by C (degrees
centigrade) for the CPU and the LPS locations.
To view the fixture’s maximum internal temperature (since the last reset):
1. Hold <MENU> until the display changes to AddR.
2. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the INFO field and press <ENTER>.
3. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the TEMP field and press <ENTER>.
4. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the MAX field and press <ENTER>.
The fixture will display the maximum internal temperature followed by C (degrees
centigrade) for the CPU and the LPS locations.
To reset the minimum and maximum temperature readings:
1. Hold <MENU> until the display changes to AddR.
2. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the INFO field and press <ENTER>.
3. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the TEMP field and press <ENTER>.
4. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the RST field and press <ENTER>. The display
flashes YES until <ENTER> is pressed, then displays HOLD while resetting and DONE after
resetting the manimum and minimum temperatures to the current internal temperature at
the CPU and LPS locations.
Viewing Fixture Hours
To view the time a fixture has spent turned on:
1. Hold <MENU> until the display changes to AddR.
2. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the INFO field and press <ENTER>.
3. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the F/HR field and press <ENTER>. The fixture will
display the total fixture hours.
Note: The display will indicate Hxxx for hours and M xx for minutes until
H999. When fixture hours exceed 999, the display will no longer
indicate minutes, instead it will use all four digits to display hours. If
the display indicates OVER, the counter has rolled over 9999 hours
and must be manually reset.
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Viewing DMX Data for the Link (DATA)
This procedure allows you to use a Cyberlight 2.0 fixture to view DMX channel values all devices
on the DMX link. Use this menu option to:
• Checking current DMX values on this fixture
• Test devices that do not have built-in DMX diagnostics
• Check fixtures that are physically inconvenient to monitor directly
If you experience a problem with a device on the link, use this menu to select a DMX channel in
the device’s channel range and view its DMX value. After noting the value of the channel you
selected, use your DMX console to change that channel’s value.
If the value of the DMX channel you selected does not change, there may be a problem with the
DMX cable or your transmitting device (i.e. DMX console).
If the DMX channel value changes, but the device does not respond, the device may be faulty.
Consult the documentation provided with that device for more information.
To view DMX data for another device on the DMX link:
1. Press and hold <Menu> until AddR appears on the LED display.
2. Scroll to the INFO menu. Press <Enter> to select.
3. Scroll to the dMX menu. Press <Enter> to select.
4. Scroll to the desired DMX channel (001 – 512). Channel numbers will flash.
5. Press <Enter> The DMX value for the selected channel will be displayed.
Viewing Lamp Hours (L/HR)
To view the number of hours the lamp has spent on (ignited):
1. Hold <MENU> until the display changes to AddR.
2. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the INFO field and press <ENTER>.
3. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the L/HR field and press <ENTER> to view the
lamp hours.
Note: If the display indicates OVER, the counter has rolled over 9999 hours.
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Viewing Lamp Strikes (L/ST)
To view the number of times the ignitor has attempted to strike the lamp:
1. Hold <MENU> until the display changes to AddR.
2. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the INFO field and press <ENTER>.
3. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the L/ST field and press <ENTER>. The fixture will
display the number of times the lamp has attempted to strike.
Notes: Lamp strikes are automatically reset when the lamp hours are reset.
See “Resetting Lamp Hours” on page 3-6. If the display indicates
OVER, the counter has rolled over 9999 lamp strikes and must be
manually reset.
Resetting Lamp Hours (L/RS)
To reset lamp hours:
1. Hold <MENU> until the display changes to AddR.
2. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the INFO field and press <ENTER>.
3. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the L/RS field and hold <ENTER> until the fixture
resets the lamp hours to 0000.
Monitoring the Fan Speed (FAN)
To monitor the lamp power supply fan speed:
1. Hold <MENU> until the display changes to AddR.
2. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the INFO field and press <ENTER>.
3. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the FAN field and hold <ENTER>.
4. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the LMP1 and to LMP2 to view the rotations per
second of each of the lamp power supply fans.
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Viewing Module Version Number (M/VR)
To view the hardware and software version number of each fixture module:
1. Hold <MENU> until the display changes to AddR.
2. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the INFO field and press <ENTER>.
3. Using the up and down buttons, scroll to the VER field and press <ENTER>. The fixture will
display the current HW and SW version of the following fixture modules.
Pan and Tilt (P/T)
Zoom and Focus (Z/FC)
Frost and Cyan (FR/C)
Magenta and Yellow (M/Y)
Static Color and Gobo Wheels (C/L1)
LAMP
FAN
Display (DISP)
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Cyberlight® 2.0 fixtures can be programmed to provide hard edge beam
with full CMY color, multiple gobo patterns and effects, as well as a
variety of Shutter/Lamp functions.
DMX Programming Overview
A parameter is a fixture attribute that can be controlled to modify the light beam in terms of
color, beam quality and pattern, intensity, or focus (position). DMX programming assigns a DMX
value to each of the fixture’s parameters. A look (sometimes referred to a scene or a cue) is one
combination of parameter settings. These looks are the building blocks for show creation.
Full Speed verses MSpeed Control
Some parameters can be set to operate at full speed or MSpeed (motor speed). Full speed
operations are completed in the shortest length of time after the motor starts moving. With
MSpeed control, change occurs smoothly over the entire MSpeed time value selected. For
example, if you select an MSpeed time of 30 seconds, the motor will gradually change position
until it reaches its new destination at the end of 30 seconds.
DMX Programming Options
Using a DMX controller, you can program an unlimited number of looks and retain direct control
over the Cyberlight® 2.0 fixture at all times.
Programming with a DMX Console
Wholehog® lighting consoles; and Hog® 3PC software are available from High End Systems to
control Cyberlight® 2.0 fixtures (see Related Products and Accessories on page 5). For
information on whether your DMX controller supports Cyberlight 2.0 fixtures, contact the
controller’s vendor. For information on operating your fixture with a controller (or control device
such as DMX control software), consult the documentation provided with the controller.
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Cyberlight® 2.0 DMX Parameters
DMX console libraries define parameters for the following Cyberlight 2.0 functions over a
28-channel range and are copyrighted and available in High End Systems consoles.
For more information on developing libraries for DMX consoles from other manufacturers,
contact High End Systems.
Channel Function
1
2
3
4
Pan
Tilt
Channel Function
15
16
Rotating Gobo Rotate
17
Effect Function
18
Effect Position
5
Color Function
19
Frost
6
Cyan
20
Zoom
7
Magenta
21
Focus
8
Yellow
22
Iris
9
Static Color Function
23
Shutter/Lamp Function
10
Static Color Position
24
Shutter
11
Static Gobo Function
25
Dim
12
Static Gobo Position
26
MSpeed
13
Rotating Gobo Position
27
Macro
14
Rotating Gobo Rotate Function
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Control
Pan and Tilt
The Pan and Tilt parameters control the Cyberlight® 2.0 fixture’s 170° pan range and 90° tilt
range. Pan and Tilt functions each utilize two channels to provide 16 bit adjustment to a fraction
of a degree.
Pan and Tilt motion for Cyberlight® 2.0 fixtures can be controlled with MSpeed values, (see
MSpeed (Motor Speed) on page 38). If you choose to use MSpeed for color changes without
affecting Pan and Tilt parameters, set Pan/Tilt MSpeed OFF in the Control parameter.
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Color Mixing Flags
The Cyberlight® 2.0 fixture has a full CMY color mixing system supplemented with an additional
wheel with eight static color options. Color mixing of the main beam utilizes CMY dichroic flags.
CMY Color Mixing
The Cyan, Magenta and Yellow color channels control the colors you can select. The CMY color
mixing system creates and infinite range of color by moving pairs of Cyan, Magenta and Yellow
flags. Color selection is available in either full speed (controller crossfading the flag positions),
or MSpeed (MSpeed control of the flag motor) modes. For more information on MSpeed, see
MSpeed (Motor Speed) on page 38.
Color Function
The Color Function you choose will effect which parameter values are available for each
individual color (Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow). The following table describes the Color Functions
available in the Cyberlight® 2.0 fixture.
Color Function
Description
Continuous
Allows exact positioning of the color flags
Random
Selects whole color positions at variable speeds
Cycle
Cycles through colors
Tri-Color, single flag
Controls movement of one flag of a pair with the other flag open
Tri-Color, dual flag
Controls movement of one flag of a pair with the other flag closed (fully saturated)
Tri Color Effect
Independent control over individual flags in each color pair allows you to create tri-color beam
effects. You can choose whether to control one or both flags of a pair.
SINGLE FLAG MODE
Flag 1
Flag 2
0
DUAL FLAG MODE
127-128
50%
254-255
100%
Flag 1
Flag 2
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Static Color Wheel
Static Color Position
This parameter lets you select one of six dichroic colors, or an CTO adjustment litho on the
Static Color Wheel.
Note: The CTO color correction dichroic filter is salmon-colored and can be
used to color-correct the Cyberlight 2.0 to a 2950° K (tungsten) color
temperature to match tungsten-filament lighting fixtures.
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Position Description
1
Open
2
Red
3
Purple
4
CTO
5
Aqua
6
Dark Blue
7
Dark Orange
8
Indigo
6
4
7
3
8
2
1
Static Color Function
This parameter provides options for how you control the color selection:
Static Color Function
Description
Indexed
Takes the quickest path and snaps to the chosen color on the wheel.
Forward Spin
Spins the wheel forward through the colors at variable speeds.
Reverse Spin
Spins the wheel in reverse through the colors at variable speeds.
Slow Scan
Performs a scan of one static color position from each side at a slow rate
Fast Scan
Performs a scan of one static color position from each side at a fast rate
Random
Selects random static color positions at variable speeds.
Blink
Closes and opens the shutter between indexed static color changes.
You can select either full speed or MSpeed (MSpeed control of the wheel motor) mode to control
the motor speed of the function you choose. For more information on MSpeed, See MSpeed
(Motor Speed) on page 38.
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Static Gobo Wheel
Static Gobo Position
This parameter lets you select from seven factory provided litho patterns on the Static Gobo
Wheel.
5
1
Open
2
Leaves
3
Dots
4
Abyss
5
Tunnel
6
Sharp Burst
7
Lapse
6
4
Position Description
3
7
2
8
1
Static Gobo Function
This parameter provides options for how you control the wheel and gobo selection on the Static
Gobo Wheel.
Static Gobo Function
Description
Indexed
Takes the quickest path and snaps to the chosen gobo position on the wheel.
Forward Spin
Spins the wheel forward through the gobo positions at variable speeds.
Reverse Spin
Spins the wheel in reverse through the gobo positions at variable speeds.
Slow Scan
Performs a scan of one gobo position from each side at a slow rate
Fast Scan
Performs a scan of one gobo position from each side at a fast rate
Random
Selects random gobo positions at variable speeds.
Blink
Closes and opens the shutter between indexed gobo position changes.
You can select either full speed or MSpeed (MSpeed control of the wheel motor) mode to control
the motor speed of the function you choose. For more information on MSpeed, See MSpeed
(Motor Speed) on page 38.
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Rotating Gobo Wheel
Rotating Gobo Position
The Rotating Gobo Position parameter lets you select from the four factory provided
lithopatterns on the Rotating Gobo Wheel.
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Position Description
1
Net
2
Red Rings
3
Open
4
Indigo Chicklet
5
Droplets
5
open
3
1
2
Rotating Gobo Function
The Rotating Gobo Function parameter setting determines how the individual aperture
wheels on the Rotating Gobo Wheel move.
Gobo Rotate Function
Description
Indexed
Rotates the specified indexed aperture to any position
Forward Rotate
Forward aperture rotation from slowest to fastest
Reverse Rotate
Reverse aperture rotation from slowest to fastest
Blink
Closes and opens the shutter on rotate position changes
Forward Animate Rotate
Forward aperture rotation in strobing steps
Reverse Animate Rotate
Reverse aperture rotation in strobing step
You can select either full speed or MSpeed (MSpeed control of the wheel motor) mode to control
the motor speed of the function you choose. For more information on MSpeed, See MSpeed
(Motor Speed) on page 38.
Rotating Gobo Rotate Coarse/Rotating Gobo Rotate Fine
When the Rotating Gobo Function channel is set to Indexed or Blink, these two channels
allows for 16-bit adjustment to the Rotating Gobo Wheel aperture position.
When a rotate option is selected in the Rotating Gobo Function parameter. the Rotating
Gobo Rotate Coarse parameter sets the selected aperture’s rotation speed from slow to fast.
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Effect Wheel
Effect Position
This parameter lets you select from seven factory provided effects on the Static Effect Wheel.
4
3
Position Description
5
1
Amber Stony
2
Diffusion
3
Wide Angle
4
Yellow Burst
5
Open
6
Magenta Ring
7
Tri-color Mosaic
2
open
6
1
7
8
Effect Function
This parameter provides options for how you control the wheel and effect selection on the Static
Effect Wheel.
Static Gobo Function
Description
Indexed
Takes the quickest path and snaps to the chosen color on the wheel.
Slow Scan
Performs a scan of one effect position from each side at a slow rate
Fast Scan
Performs a scan of one effect position from each side at a fast rate
Random
Selects random static effect positions at variable speeds.
Blink
Closes and opens the shutter between indexed effect position changes.
You can select either full speed or MSpeed (MSpeed control of the wheel motor) mode to control
the motor speed of the function you choose. For more information on MSpeed, See MSpeed
(Motor Speed) on page 38.
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Frost
This parameter controls the movement of the frost flags. When the controller DMX value = 0,
the frost flags are fully open. Increasing the DMX value creates a variable frost until the flags
are fully closed at the maximum value.
Zoom
The Cyberlight 2.0 Zoom lens provides a standard zoom range of 13°-22° and is controlled by
the zoom parameter. When the controller DMX value = 0, the range is set at 13°. Increasing the
value widens the beam to 22° at a maximum DMX value.
You can also choose to use the Wide Angle effect to modify the zoom range to 16°-26°. Select
Position 3 on the Effect Position parameter and the Indexed option in the Effect Function
parameter to put the wide angle effect into the beam path, (see Effect Wheel on page 35).
Iris
This parameter controls the movement of the Iris. When the controller DMX value = 0, the iris is
closed. Increasing the value gradually opens the iris until it is fully open at the maximum DMX
value.
Dim
In Cyberlight 2.0 fixtures, the Dim parameter provides full dimming capability without changing
the color temperature or the beam shape. The dim values range from closed (DMX value of 0)
to fully open (DMX value of 255).
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Shutter and Lamp Effects
Shutter/Lamp Function
The Shutter/Lamp Function channel determines how the Shutter channel will function. When
you select one of the following options in the Shutter/Lamp Function channel, the Shutter
channel sets the strobe rate from slow to fast.
Shutter/Lamp Function
Shutter Channel
Close
Closes shutter
Normal Shutter Functions
Strobes beam at specified intervals from slow to fast.
Random/Random Strobe
Allows all Cyberlight 2.0 fixtures on the DMX link to strobe their shutters at
random times from slow to fast.
Synchronous/Random
Strobe
Allows all Cyberlight 2.0 fixtures on the DMX link to strobe their shutters at
random times in unison from slow to fast.
Lamp Functions
(see next table)
Open
Opens shutter
When you select the Lamp Functions option in the Shutter/Lamp Function channel, the
Shutter channel lets you create lamp boost, lightning and strobing effects.
Shutter/Lamp Function
Lamp Functions
Shutter Channel
Closes shutter
Periodic lamp strobes lamp at specified intervals from slow to fast.
Allows all Cyberlight 2.0 fixtures on the DMX link to strobe their lamps at
random times from slow to fast.
Allows all Cyberlight 2.0 Fixtures on the DMX link to strobe their lamps at
random times in unison from slow to fast.
Boost lamp, black. Six time ranges from 1–.25 second Note
Boost lamp, white. Six time ranges from 1–.25 second Note
Lightning strikes. Six lightning variations are available. Note
The Dim channel scales the overall brightness of the lightning strobe.
Opens shutter
NOTE: The Boost effect boosts the Lamp above the fixture’s Watt level for the
specified period of time. The lamp is also boosted during the Lightning effects.
Before another Boost or Lightning effect can occur, the Shutter channel must be
moved to either closed or open, or the Lamp Control channel must be moved
outside the Lamp Function range.
Boost effects to black boost the lamp for a specified time then close the shutter.
Boost effects to white boost the lamp for a specified time, then leave the shutter
open with the lamp dimmed.
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MSpeed (Motor Speed)
The MSpeed sets the time required for a motor to complete movement when changing from
one position to another. MSpeed provides a means for all motors to reach their target position
at the same time, even though each motor may have different distances to travel. MSpeed
movement is extremely smooth because the fixture controls its own movements and is not
dependent on DMX refresh rates.
MSpeed times vary from 0.15 seconds to 252.7 seconds. However, if you apply MSpeed to a
parameter, be sure that the delay value (length of time allowed for the entire look) is longer
than the MSpeed value to allow the motors to complete their movement before the end of the
cue. An MSpeed value that is longer than the delay value could produce an undesirable result;
for example, no light output during the scene. For a listing of exact MSpeed times, see Appendix
A: MSpeed Conversion Table on page 41.
MSpeed can be applied to the Pan and Tilt, Color, and Wheel functions. You can disable Pan and
Tilt MSpeed with the Control channel to allow MSpeed to apply only to Wheel.
Macros
The Macro parameter controls Internal Effects™ macros. These are factory-programmed
sequences that allow you to quickly program complicated looks in one scene (cue). Each
Internal Effect™ macro modifies a specific set of parameters, while allowing user control of all
other parameters in the scene. The amplitude of the position macro movement is determined by
the Pan Coarse channel and Tilt Coarse channel, respectively. The MSpeed channel controls the
speed of the macros.
With the MSpeed set at the default value of DMX 0-4, an Internal Effects macro completes its
movement in approximately 2.5 seconds. This provides a pleasing look when the additional
variation given by using the MSpeed channel is not required. With the MSpeed set between DMX
5-255, Internal Effects macros complete movement at the selected MSpeed time (up to 25
seconds).
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Control Settings
The Control parameter activates certain Fixture functions. To access all Cyberlight 2.0 Control
settings (except for Pan & Tilt MSpeed Off), first select a control channel value, then set the
Shutter channel to “0.”
NOTE: The Control channel should not be crossfaded.
Control Setting
Description
Safe
Disables all Control settings for normal operation.
Pan & Tilt
MSpeed Off
Sets Pan & Tilt MSpeed to ignore MSpeed settings.
Display Off
Sets display to off.
Display On
Turns on the display.
Home All
Remotely homes the fixture.
Lamp On
Remotely restrikes the fixture’s lamp.
Lamp Off
Remotely extinguishes the fixture’s lamp.
Shutdown
Remotely deactivates the fixture.
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Appendix A:
MSpeed Conversion Table
The following table lists the MSpeed (motor) movement times and their corresponding DMX
controller values. If you have a numeric-type controller, use the Value Decimal (dec.) column.
If you have a fader-type controller, use the Value Percentage (%) column. If your controller
allows you to program hex values, use the Value (hex) column.
Time
(sec.)
0.15
0.15
0.17
0.19
0.21
0.25
0.29
0.35
0.41
0.47
0.55
0.63
0.73
0.83
0.94
1.05
1.18
1.31
1.45
1.60
1.75
1.92
2.09
2.27
2.46
2.66
2.86
3.07
3.29
3.52
3.76
4.00
4.25
4.52
4.78
5.06
5.34
5.64
Value
(dec.)
255
254
253
252
251
250
249
248
247
246
245
244
243
242
241
240
239
238
237
236
235
234
233
232
231
230
229
228
227
226
225
224
223
222
221
220
219
218
Value Value
(%) (hex)
100
FF
100
FE
99
FD
99
FC
98
FB
98
FA
98
F9
97
F8
97
F7
96
F6
96
F5
96
F4
95
F3
95
F2
95
F1
94
F0
94
EF
93
EE
93
ED
93
EC
92
EB
92
EA
91
E9
91
E8
91
E7
90
E6
90
E5
89
E4
89
E3
89
E2
88
E1
88
E0
87
DF
87
DE
87
DD
86
DC
86
DB
85
DA
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(sec.)
5.94
6.25
6.56
6.89
7.22
7.56
7.91
8.27
8.63
9.00
9.39
9.77
10.17
10.58
10.99
11.41
11.84
12.28
12.72
13.17
13.63
14.10
14.58
15.07
15.56
16.06
16.57
17.09
17.61
18.14
18.68
19.23
19.79
20.36
20.93
21.51
22.10
22.70
Value
(dec.)
217
216
215
214
213
212
211
210
209
208
207
206
205
204
203
202
201
200
199
198
197
196
195
194
193
192
191
190
189
188
187
186
185
184
183
182
181
180
Value Value
(%) (hex)
85
D9
85
D8
84
D7
84
D6
84
D5
83
D4
83
D3
82
D2
82
D1
82
D0
81
CF
81
CE
80
CD
80
CC
80
CB
79
CA
79
C9
78
C8
78
C7
78
C6
77
C5
77
C4
76
C3
76
C2
76
C1
75
C0
75
BF
75
BE
74
BD
74
BC
73
BB
73
BA
73
B9
72
B8
72
B7
71
B6
71
B5
71
B4
Time
(sec.)
23.30
23.92
24.54
25.17
25.80
26.45
27.10
27.76
28.43
29.11
29.80
30.49
31.19
31.90
32.62
33.34
34.08
34.82
35.57
36.33
37.09
37.87
38.65
39.44
39.44v
40.23
41.04
41.85
42.68
43.50
44.34
45.19
46.04
46.90
47.77
48.65
49.54
50.43
Value
(dec.)
179
178
177
176
175
174
173
172
171
170
169
168
167
166
165
164
163
162
161
160
159
158
157
156
156
155
154
153
152
151
150
149
148
147
146
145
144
143
Value Value
(%) (hex)
70
B3
70
B2
69
B1
69
B0
69
AF
68
AE
68
AD
67
AC
67
AB
67
AA
66
A9
66
A8
65
A7
65
A6
65
A5
64
A4
64
A3
64
A2
63
A1
63
A0
62
9F
62
9E
62
9D
61
9C
61
9C
61
9B
60
9A
60
99
60
98
59
97
59
96
58
95
58
94
58
93
57
92
57
91
56
90
56
8F
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Time
(sec.)
51.33
52.24
53.16
54.09
55.02
55.96v
56.91
57.87
58.84
59.81
60.79
61.78
62.78
63.79
64.80
65.82
66.85
67.89
68.94
69.99
71.05
72.13
73.20
74.29
75.38
76.49
77.60
78.71
79.84
80.98
82.12
83.27
84.43
85.59
86.77
87.95
89.14
90.34
91.55
92.76
93.98
95.21
96.45
97.70
98.95
100.22
101.49
42
Value
(dec.)
142
141
140
139
138
137
136
135
134
133
132
131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
118
117
116
115
114
113
112
111
110
109
108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
Value Value
(%) (hex)
56
8E
55
8D
55
8C
55
8H
54
8A
54
89
53
88
53
87
53
86
52
85
52
84
51
83
51
82
51
81
50
80
50
7F
49
7E
49
7D
49
7C
48
7B
48
7A
47
79
47
78
47
77
46
76
46
75
45
74
45
73
45
72
44
71
44
70
44
6F
43
6E
43
6D
42
6C
42
6B
42
6A
41
69
41
68
40
67
40
66
40
65
39
64
39
63
38
62
38
61
38
60
Time
(sec.)
102.77
104.05
105.35
106.65
107.96
109.28
110.61
111.94
113.28
114.63
115.99
117.36
118.73
120.12
121.5v
122.91
124.31
125.73
127.15
128.58
130.02
134.39
135.86
137.34
138.82
140.32
141.82
143.33
144.85
146.38
147.92
149.46
151.01
152.57
154.14
155.71
157.30
158.89
160.49
162.09
163.71
165.33
166.96
168.60
170.25
171.91
173.57
Value
(dec.)
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
Value Value
(%) (hex)
37
5F
37
5E
36
5D
36
5C
36
5B
35
5A
35
59
35
58
34
57
34
56
33
55
33
54
33
53
32
52
32
51
31
50
31
4F
31
4E
30
4D
30
4C
29
4B
28
48
28
47
27
46
27
45
27
44
26
43
26
42
25
41
25
40
25
3F
24
3E
24
3D
24
3C
23
3B
23
3A
22
39
22
38
22
37
21
36
21
35
20
34
20
33
20
32
19
31
19
30
18
2F
Time
(sec.)
175.24
176.92
178.61
180.30
182.01
183.72
185.44
187.17
188.90
190.65
192.40
194.16
195.92
197.70
199.48
201.28
203.08
204.88
206.70
208.52
210.36
212.19
214.04
215.90
217.76
219.63
221.51
223.40
225.30
227.20
229.11
231.03
232.96
234.90
236.84
238.79
240.75
242.72
244.70
246.68
248.68
250.68
246.68
248.68
250.68
252.68
Value
(dec.)
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
7
6
5
4
Value Value
(%) (hex)
18
2E
18
2D
17
2C
17
2B
16
2A
16
29
16
28
15
27
15
26
15
25
14
24
14
23
13
22
13
21
13
20
12
1F
12
1E
11
1D
11
1C
11
1B
10
1A
10
19
9
18
9
17
9
16
8
15
8
14
7
13
7
12
7
11
6
10
6
0F
5
0E
5
0D
5
0C
4
0B
4
0A
4
09
3
08
3
07
2
06
2
05
3
07
2
06
2
05
2
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Appendix B:
Important Safety Information
WARNING: For Continued Protection Against Fire
1. This equipment is designed for use with Philips type MSR 200 watt SA lamp only. Use of any
other type lamp may be hazardous and will void the warranty.
2. Do not mount on a flammable surface.
3. Maintain minimum distance of 1.0 meter (3.28 feet) from combustible materials.
4. Replace fuses only with the specified type and rating.
5. Observe minimum distance to lighted objects of 3.0 meter (9.84 feet).
6. This equipment for connection to branch circuit having a maximum overload protection of
20 A.
WARNING: For Continued Protection Against Electric Shock
1. If this equipment was received without a line cord plug, attach the appropriate line cord
plug according to the following code:
• Brown–live
• Blue–neutral
• Green/yellow–earth
Note (For UK only): As the colours of the cores in the mains lead of this equipment may
not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as
follows:
• the core which is coloured green and yellow must be connected to the terminal in the plug
which is marked with the letter “E” or by the earth symbol
, or coloured green or green
and yellow.
• the core which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with
the letter N or coloured black.
• the core which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with
the letter L or coloured red.This equipment must be earthed.
2. Disconnect power before re-lamping or servicing.
3. Equipment suitable for dry locations only. Do not expose this equipment to rain or moisture.
4. Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
5. Class I equipment - this fixture employs a grounded type receptacle and is not intended for
connection to a two wire, ungrounded source of supply.
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Important Safety Information
WARNING: For Protection Against Exposure To Excessive Ultraviolet (UV) Radiation
1. Do not operate this equipment without complete lamp enclosure in place or if shields,
lenses, or ultraviolet screens are damaged.
2. Change shields, lenses, or ultraviolet screens if they have become visibly damaged to such
an extent that their effectiveness is impaired; for example, by cracks or deep scratches.
3. Never look directly at the lamp while lamp is on.
WARNING: For Continued Protection Against Injury To Persons
1. Use secondary safety cable when mounting this fixture.
2. CAUTION: Hot lamp may be an explosion hazard. Do not open for 5 minutes after switching
off wear eye and hand protection when re-lamping.
3. Equipment surfaces may reach temperatures up to 110° C (230° F). Allow 10 minutes for
cooling before handling.
4. Change the lamp if it becomes damaged or thermally deformed.
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Important Safety Information
APPENDICE B: IMPORTANTES INFORMATIONS SUR LA SÉCURITÉ
MISE EN GARDE: Pour Une Protection Permanente Contre Les Incendies
1. Cet appareil est conçu pour être exclusivement utilisé avec des lampes de 2000 watts MSR
SA. L'usage d'autres lampes peut être risqué et annulera la garantie.
2. Ne pas monter les lampes sur une surface inflammable.
3. Maintenir à une distance minimum de 1.0 mètre de matièresinflammables.
4. Ne remplacer les fusibles qu'avec des modèles et valeurs assignées recommandés.
5. Respecter une distance minimum de 3.0 mètre par rapport aux objets éclairés.
6. Cet appareil de connexion au circuit de dérivation comporte une protection contre les
surcharges de 20A.
MISE EN GARDE: Pour Une Protection Permanente Contre Les Chocs Électriques
1. Assembler le câble électrique conformément aux instructions du manuel:
2. Déconnecter le courant avant de changer les lampes ou d'effectuer des réparations.
3. Cet équipement doit être uniquement utilisé dans des endroits secs.Ne pas l'exposer à la
pluie ou l'humidité.
4. Confiez l'entretien à un personnel qualifié.
5. Equipement de Classe I - Cette piece fixe utilise une prise de courant branché à la terre et
elle ne doit pas être branché à une source électrique, non reliée à la terre, à double fil.
MISE EN GARDE:Pour Une Protection Permanente Contre Des Expositions Excessives
Aux Rayons Ultra Violets (UV)
1. Ne pas utiliser cet appareil si le boîtier de la lampe n'est pas complètement fixé ou si les
blindages, lentilles, ou écrans ultraviolets sont endommagés.
2. Changer les blindages ou les écrans ultraviolets s'ils sont visiblement endommagés au point
que leur efficacité aient été altérée; par exemple par des fissures ou de profondes
égratignures.
3. Ne jamais regarder directement la lampe quand celle ci est allumée.
MISE EN GARDE: Pour Une Protection Permanente Contre Les Blessures Corporelles
1. Lors de l'assemblage ou du montage, utiliser un câble de sécurité secondaire
2. AVERTISSEMENT: les lampes chaudes comportent un risque d'explosion. Après l'avoir
éteinte, attendre 5 minutes avant de la dégager. Lors du remplacement de la lampe, porter
des lunettes, et des gants de protection.
3. Les surfaces de l'appareil peuvent atteindre des températures de 110° C. Laisser refroidir
pendant 10 minutes avant la manipulation.
4. Changer la lampe si elle est endommagée ou thermiquement déformé.
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Important Safety Information
ANHANG B: WICHTIGE HINWEISE FÜR IHRE SICHERHEIT
WARNUNG: Zum Schutz vor Brandgefahr
1. Dieses Gerät darf nur mit 2000-Watt-Leuchten SA verwendet werden. Die Verwendung
einer anderen Art von Lampen kann gefährlich sein und Erlöschen der Garantie.
1. Dieses Gerät darf nur mit 2000-Watt-Leuchten SA verwendet werden. Die Verwendung
einer anderen Art von Lampen kann gefährlich sein und Erlöschen der Garantie.
Forderungen zur Folge gehabt.
2. Das Gerät nie auf einer feuergefährlichen Fläche montieren.
3. Stets einen Mindestabstand von 1 Meter zu brennbaren Materialien einhalten.
4. Zum Ersatz nur Sicherungen verwenden, die dem vorgeschriebenen Typ und Nennwert
entsprechen.
5. Einen Mindestabstand von 3 Meter zu den angestrahlten Objekten einhalten
6. Dieses Gerät darf nur an eine Zweigleitung mit einem Überlastungsschutz von höchstens
20A angeschlossen werden.
WARNUNG: Zum Schutz Gegen Gefährliche Körperströme
1. Bei der Installation des Netzkabels am Lampensockel folgen Sie bitte Anweisungen in
diesem Handbuch.
2. Vor dem Austauschen von Lampen oder vor Wartungsarbeiten stets den Netzstecker
ziehen.
3. Diese Geräte sind nur zum Einbau in trockenen Lagen bestimmt und müssen vor Regen und
Feuchtigkeit geschützt werden.
4. Überlassen Sie die Wartung qualifiziertem Fachpersonal.
5. Dieses Gerät gehört zur Klasse 1 - Dieser Beleuchtungskörper verwendet eine geerdete
Fassung und sollte nicht an eine zweipolige, ungeerdete Stromversorgung angeschlossen
werden.
WARNUNG: Zum Schutz Gegen Übermässige Ultraviolett (UV)-bestrahlung
1. Benutzen Sie dieses Gerät nur, wenn das komplette Lampengehäuse fest eingebaut ist;
ebenfalls dürfen keine der Schutzabdeckungen, Linsen oder der UV-Schutz Beschädigungen
aufweisen.
2. Die Schutzabdeckungen, Linsen und der UV-Schutz müssen ausgewechselt werden, wenn
sie sichtlich dermaßen beschädigt sind, daß sie ihre Wirksamkeit einbüßen, zB infolge von
Rissen oder tiefen Kratzern.
3. Nie direkt in die eingeschaltete Lampe schauen.
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Important Safety Information
WARNUNG: Zum Schutz Vor Verletzungen
1. Verwenden Sie bei der Installation des Beleuchtungskörpers ein zusätzliches
Sicherheitskabel.
2. VORSICHT: Bei einer heiße Lampe besteht Explosionsgefahr Nach dem Abschalten der
Netzspannung sollten Sie etwa 5 Minuten warten, bevor Sie das Lampengehäuse öffnen
Schützen Sie beim Auswechseln der Lampen Ihre Hände und tragen Sie eine Schutzbrille.
3. Die Oberflächen des Gerätes können Temperaturen bis zu 110° C erreichen Vor dem
Anfassen stets 10 Minuten lang abkühlen lassen.Falls die Lampe beschädigt oder durch
Wärmeeinwirkung verformt ist, muß sie ausgewechselt werden.
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Appendix B
Important Safety Information
APÉNDICE B: INFORMACIÓN IMPORTANTE DE SEGURIDAD
ADVERTENCIA: Para Protección Continua Contra Incendios
1. Se ha diseñado este equipo para usarse con tipo MSR 2000 vatios SA lámpara. El uso de
otro tipo de lámpara puede resultar peligroso e invalidará la garantía.
2. No monte el equipo sobre una superficie inflamable.
3. Mantenga una distancia mínima de materiales combustibles de 1 metro.
4. Cambie los fusibles únicamente por otros que sean del tipo y la clasificación especificadas.
5. Observe una distancia mínima a objetos iluminados de 13 metro.
6. Este equipo debe conectarse a un circuito derivado que tenga una protección máxima
contra las sobrecargas de 20 A.
ADVERTENCIA: Para La Protección Continua Contra Electrocuciones
1. Ensamble la tapa del cordón de alimentación según las instrucciones del manual.
Desconecte el suministro de energía antes de recambiar lámparas o prestar servicio de
reparación.
2. Este equipo se adecua a lugares secos solamente no lo exponga a la lluvia o humedad.
3. Consulte al personal cualificado.
4. Equipo de Clase 1 Este aparato emplea un enchufe hembra del tipo unido a tierra, y no
tiene por finalidad conectarse a una fuente de alimentación bifilar y sin puesta a tierra.
ADVERTENCIA:Para Protección Continua Contra La Exposición A Radiación Ultravioleta
(UV) Excesiva
1. No opere este equipo sin tener colocada en su lugar la caja protectora completa de la
lámpara o bien, si el blindaje, los lentes o las pantallas ultravioletas están dañadas.
2. Cambie el blindaje, los lentes o las pantallas ultravioleta si nota una avería visible, a tal
grado que su eficacia se vea comprometida, por ejemplo, en el caso de grietas o rayaduras
profundas.
3. Jamás mire directamente a la lámpara en tanto ésta esté encendida.
ADVERTENCIA: Para Protección Continua Contra Lesiones Corporales
1. Use cable secundario de seguridad al montar este aparato.
2. PRECAUCIÓN: Una lámpara caliente puede constituir un peligro de explosión. No la abra
por 5 minutos luego de haberla apagado Lleve puestos un protector ocular y guantes al
recambiar lámparas.
3. Las superficies del equipo pueden alcanzar temperaturas máximas de 110 grados
centígrados Deje que se enfríen por 10 minutos antes de tocarlas.
4. Cambie la lámpara si ésta se avería o deforma por acción térmica.
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Important Safety Information
APPENDICE B: IMPORTANTI INFORMAZIONI PER LA SICUREZZA
AVVERTENZA: Per La Prevenire Di Incendi
1. Questa apparecchiatura è stata progettata per l'uso esclusivo con MSR2000watt lampada
SA. L'uso di qualsiasi altro tipo di lampada può essere pericoloso e può annullare la
garanzia.
2. Non montare su superfici infiammabili.
3. Mantenere l' apparecchio ad una distanza minima di 1 metro da materiali combustibili.
4. Rimpiazzare I fusibili utilizzando solo quelli del tipo e della portata (Corrente nominale/
velocita') specificata.
5. Mantenere una distanza minima da oggetti illuminati di 3 metro.
6. Questo apparecchio deve essere collegato alla rete con ínterruttore automatico 20A.
AVVERTENZE: Per La Prevenzione Costante Di Scosse Elettriche
1. Assemblare il terminale del cavo seguendo il manuale delle istruzioni.
2. Scollegare la corrente prima di sostituire la lampada o eseguire la riparazione.
3. Attrezzature idonee per luoghi asciutti solo. Non esporre questo apparecchio a pioggia o
umidità.
4. Per qualsiasi riparazione rivolgersi a personale specializzato.
5. Aparecchio di Classe I. Questa apparecchiatura deve essere messa a terra.
AVVERTENZE: Per La Protezione Costante Da Eccessiva Esposizione Agli Ultravioletti
1. Non utilizzare l'apparecchio senza recinzione lampada completa in luogo o se scudi, lenti,
schermi o ultravioletta sono danneggiati.
2. Cambia scudi, lenti o schermi a raggi ultravioletti, se ne è visibilmente danneggiate a tale
punto che il loro efficacia è limitata, per esempio, da crepe o graffi profondi.
3. Mai guardare direttamente la luce della lampada, mentre è accesa.
AVVERTENZE: Per La Prevenzione Costante Di Danni Fisici Alle Persone
4. Utilizzare cavi di sicurezza secondario quando si monta questo apparecchio.
5. ATTENZIONE: lampada a caldo può essere un pericolo di esplosione. Non aprire per 5
minuti dopo aver spento gli occhi e la protezione delle mani, quando Re-Lamping.
6. Apparecchiature superfici possono raggiungere temperature fino a 110° C . Attendere 10
minuti per il raffreddamento prima di maneggiare.
7. Sostituire la lampada se viene danneggiato o termicamente deformato.
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Important Safety Information
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