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Chauvet Strike 882 User manual
User Manual
Edition Notes
Edition Notes
The STRIKE™ 882 User Manual Rev. 5 covers the description, safety precautions,
installation, programming, operation, and maintenance of the STRIKE™ 882. Chauvet
released this edition of the STRIKE™ 882 User Manual in April 2015.
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Intended Audience Any person in charge of installing, operating, and/or maintaining this product should
completely read through the guide that shipped with the product, as well as this manual,
before installing, operating, or maintaining this product.
Disclaimer Chauvet believes that the information contained in this manual is accurate in all
respects. However, Chauvet assumes no responsibility for any errors or omissions in
this document. Chauvet reserves the right to revise and make changes to the content of
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revision or changes. This does not in any way constitute a commitment by Chauvet to
make such changes. Chauvet may issue a revision of this manual or a new edition to
incorporate such changes.
Document Revision The STRIKE™ 882 User Manual Rev. 5 supersedes all previous versions of this manual.
Discard any older versions of this manual and replace with this version. Go to
www.chauvetprofessional.com for the latest version.
Author
Date
D. Couppe
4/1/15
STRIKE™ 882 User Manual Rev. 5
Editor
M. Trouard
Date Updated
4/9/15
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1. Before You Begin ...................................................................................................................................... 1
What is Included ........................................................................................................................................................... 1
Claims .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 1
Manual Conventions .................................................................................................................................................................... 1
Symbols ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 1
Product at a Glance ...................................................................................................................................................... 1
Safety Notes ................................................................................................................................................................. 2
Personal Safety ............................................................................................................................................................................ 2
Mounting and Rigging .................................................................................................................................................................. 2
Power and Wiring ......................................................................................................................................................................... 2
Operation ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 2
Expected LED Lifespan ................................................................................................................................................ 2
2. Introduction ............................................................................................................................................... 3
Description .................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Features ........................................................................................................................................................................ 3
Overview ....................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Dimensions ................................................................................................................................................................... 5
3. Setup .......................................................................................................................................................... 6
AC Power ...................................................................................................................................................................... 6
AC Plug ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 6
Fuse Replacement ....................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Power Linking ............................................................................................................................................................... 7
DMX Linking.................................................................................................................................................................. 7
DMX Modes ................................................................................................................................................................................. 7
Master/Slave Connectivity............................................................................................................................................................ 7
Mounting ....................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Orientation ................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Rigging ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
4. Operation ................................................................................................................................................... 9
Control Panel Description ............................................................................................................................................. 9
Control Options ............................................................................................................................................................. 9
Programming ................................................................................................................................................................ 9
DMX Personality .......................................................................................................................................................................... 9
DMX Control................................................................................................................................................................................. 9
Static Operation ......................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Auto Programs ........................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Auto Test.................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Master/Slave .............................................................................................................................................................................. 10
Software Information .................................................................................................................................................................. 10
Temperature............................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Backlight .................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Menu Map ................................................................................................................................................................... 11
DMX Values ................................................................................................................................................................ 12
DMX Values (cont.) ..................................................................................................................................................... 13
DMX Values (cont.) ..................................................................................................................................................... 14
5. Technical Information ............................................................................................................................. 15
Product Maintenance .................................................................................................................................................. 15
Returns ....................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Technical Specifications ............................................................................................................................................. 16
Contact Us ................................................................................................................................................... 17
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STRIKE™ 882 User Manual Rev. 5
Before You Begin
1. Before You Begin
What is Included
Claims
· STRIKE™ 882
· Neutrik® powerCON® power cord
· Warranty card
· Quick Reference Guide
Carefully unpack the product immediately and check the box to make sure all the parts
are in the package and are in good condition.
If the box or the contents (the product and included accessories) appear damaged from
shipping or show signs of mishandling, notify the carrier immediately, not Chauvet.
Failure to report damage to the carrier immediately may invalidate your claim. In
addition, keep the box and contents for inspection.
For other issues, such as missing components or parts, damage not related to shipping,
or concealed damage, file a claim with Chauvet within 7 days of delivery.
Manual Conventions
Convention
1–512
50/60
<SET>
Settings
MENU>Settings
1–10
Yes/No
ON
Symbols
Meaning
A range of values in the text
A set of mutually exclusive values in the text
A button on the product’s control panel
A product function or a menu option
A sequence of menu options
A range of menu values from which to choose in a menu
A set of two mutually exclusive menu options in a menu
A unique value to be entered or selected in a menu
Symbols
Meaning
Critical installation, configuration, or operation information.
Failure to comply with this information may cause the product not
to work, damage third-party equipment, or cause harm to the
operator.
Important installation or configuration information. Failure to
comply with this information may keep the product from working.
Useful information.
The term “DMX” used throughout this manual refers to the USITT DMX512-A digital data
transmission protocol.
Product at a Glance
Use on Dimmer
Outdoor Use
Sound-Activated
DMX
Master/Slave
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x
P
P
Auto Programs
Auto-Ranging Power
Supply
Replaceable Fuse
User-Serviceable
P
P
P
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Before You Begin
Safety Notes
Read all the following Safety Notes before working with this product. These notes
include important information about the installation, usage, and maintenance of this
product.
This product contains no user-serviceable parts. Any reference to servicing in
this User Manual will only apply to properly trained Chauvet certified
technicians. Do not open the housing or attempt any repairs.
All applicable local codes and regulations apply to proper installation of this
product.
Personal Safety
· Avoid direct eye exposure to the light source while the product is on.
· CAUTION: Flashing light is known to trigger epileptic seizures. User must comply
with local laws regarding notification of strobe use.
· Always disconnect this product from its power source before servicing.
· Always connect this product to a grounded circuit to avoid the risk of electrocution.
· Do not touch this product’s housing during operation because it may be very hot.
· This product is for indoor use only! (IP20) To prevent risk of fire or shock, do not
expose this product to rain or moisture.
· CAUTION: When transferring product from extreme temperature environments,
(e.g. cold truck to warm humid ballroom) condensation may form on the internal
electronics of the product. To avoid causing a failure, allow product to fully
acclimate to the surrounding environment before connecting it to power.
· Mount this product in a location with adequate ventilation, at least 20 in (50 cm)
from adjacent surfaces.
· Make sure there are no flammable materials close to this product while it is
operating.
· When hanging this product, always secure to a fastening device using a safety
cable.
· Use caution when loosening the barrel rotation knobs. If these knobs become too
loose, the barrel assembly may inadvertently separate from the reflector housing.
· Always make sure you are connecting this product to the proper voltage in
accordance with the specifications in this manual or on the product’s specification
label.
· To eliminate unnecessary wear and improve its lifespan, during periods of non-use
completely disconnect the product from power via breaker or by unplugging it.
· Never connect this product to a dimmer pack or rheostat.
· Never disconnect this product by pulling or tugging on the power cable.
· Do not operate this product if you see damage on the housing, lenses, or cables.
Have the damaged parts replaced by an authorized technician at once.
· Do not cover the ventilation slots when operating to avoid internal overheating.
· The maximum ambient temperature is 113 °F (45 °C). Do not operate this product
at a higher temperature.
· In case of a serious operating problem, stop using this product immediately!
In the unlikely event that your Chauvet product may require service, contact Chauvet
Technical Support.
LEDs gradually decline in brightness over time, mostly because of heat. Packaged in
clusters, LEDs exhibit higher operating temperatures than in ideal, single-LED
conditions. For this reason, using clustered LEDs at their fullest intensity significantly
reduces the LEDs’ lifespan. Under normal conditions, this lifespan can be 40,000 to
50,000 hours. If extending this lifespan is vital, lower the operating temperature by
improving the ventilation around the product and reducing the ambient temperature to
an optimal operating range. In addition, limiting the overall projection intensity may also
help to extend the LEDs’ lifespan.
Mounting and
Rigging
Power and Wiring
Operation
Expected LED
Lifespan
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Introduction
2. Introduction
Description
Features
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The STRIKE™ 882 combines 882 cool white SMD 5739 LEDs with a die-cast housing,
to create a strobe for touring and production applications. The body houses a 6-segment
LED array, 3 and 5-pin DMX connections, and Neutrik® powerCON® in and out for easy
operation and connection. The All-On feature allows the STRIKE™ 882 to be used as a
flood light in addition to being a strobe fixture..
· 1-, 5-, 6-, or 10-channel LED wash product
· Operating modes:
· 1-channel: strobe
· 5-channel: intensity, duration, rate, effect, macro
· 6-channel: flash 1–6
· 10-channel: flash 1–6, auto programs, auto speed, dimmer, strobe
· 6-segment control for ultimate strobe design
· Multiple modes of DMX control, for ease-of-use
· Master/Slave control
· 3-pin and 5-pin DMX
· Neutrik® powerCON® in/out
· Combine pixel control and special effect macros for stunning visual impact
· Rugged die-cast housing for touring and production
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Introduction
Overview
DMX In
Safety Loop
(Size M6)
SMD LEDs
Front View
DMXOUT
Out
DMX
Power
In/Out
Control Panel
Fuse Holder
Rear View
Adjustment Knob
Top View
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Side View
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Introduction
Dimensions
17.91 in
455 mm
16.46 in
418 mm
5.95 in
151 mm
7.36 in
187 mm
8.70 in
221 mm
3.19 in
81 mm
9.06 in
128 mm
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Setup
3. Setup
AC Power
Each STRIKE™ 882 has an auto-ranging power supply that works with an input voltage
range of 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz. To determine the power requirements for each
STRIKE™ 882, refer to the label affixed to the product. You can also refer to the
Technical Specifications chart in this manual.
The listed current rating indicates the maximum current draw during normal operation.
For more information, you may download Sizing Circuit Breakers from the Chauvet
website: www.chauvetprofessional.com.
· Always connect this product to a protected circuit with an appropriate
electrical ground to avoid the risk of electrocution or fire.
· To eliminate unnecessary wear and improve its lifespan, during periods of nonuse completely disconnect the product from power via breaker or by
unplugging it.
Never connect this product to a rheostat (variable resistor) or dimmer circuit, even
if the rheostat or dimmer channel serves only as a 0 to 100% switch.
AC Plug The STRIKE™ 882 comes with a Neutrik® powerCON A connector on one end and an
Edison plug on the other end (US market). If the power cord adapter that came with your
product has no plug or you need to change the Edison plug, use the table below to wire
the new plug.
Connection
Wire (U.S.)
Wire (Europe)
Screw Color
AC Live
AC Neutral
AC Ground
Black
White
Green/Yellow
Brown
Blue
Green/Yellow
Yellow or Brass
Silver
Green
Make sure to disconnect the product’s power cord before replacing a blown fuse.
Always replace the blown fuse with another of the same type and rating.
Fuse Replacement 1. Disconnect this product from power.
2. Using a flat-head screwdriver, unscrew the fuse holder cap from the housing.
3. Remove the blown fuse and replace with another fuse of the same type and rating
(T 5 A, 250 V).
4. Screw the fuse holder cap back in place and reconnect power.
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Setup
Power Linking
The STRIKE™ 882 supports power linking. You can power link up to 3 products at
120 V, 5 at 208 V, or 6 at 230 V. This product comes with a power input cord. A power
linking cable is available from Chauvet for purchase.
DMX Linking
You can link the STRIKE™ 882 to a DMX controller using a standard DMX serial
connection. If using other DMX compatible products with the STRIKE™ 882, you can
control each individually with a single DMX controller.
DMX Modes The STRIKE™ 882 uses the standard DMX data connection for the 1-, 5-, 6-, and
Master/Slave
Connectivity
10-channel DMX modes.
· Refer to the Introduction chapter for a brief description of these modes.
· Refer to the Operation chapter to learn how to configure the STRIKE™ 882 to work in
these modes.
· The DMX Values section provides you with detailed information regarding the DMX
modes.
The Master/Slave mode allows a STRIKE™ 882 (the “master”) to control one or more
STRIKE™ 882s (the “slaves”) without a DMX controller. One STRIKE™ 882 becomes
the master when running an Auto or Custom program, or configured for Static operation.
You must configure each slave’s control panel to operate in Slave mode. During
Master/Slave operation, the slaves will operate in unison with the master.
DO NOT connect a DMX controller to products operating in Master/Slave mode.
The DMX controller signals may interfere with the signals from the master.
The Operation section of this manual provides detailed instructions on how to configure
the master and slaves.
If you are not familiar with or need more information about DMX standards, Master/Slave
connectivity, or the DMX cables needed to link this product to a DMX controller,
download the DMX Primer from the Chauvet website: www.chauvetprofessional.com.
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Setup
Mounting
Before mounting this product, read and follow the Safety Notes. For our CHAUVET®
Professional line of mounting clamps, go to http://trusst.com/products/.
Orientation Always mount this product in a safe position and make sure there is adequate room for
ventilation, configuration, and maintenance.
Rigging Chauvet recommends using the following general guidelines when mounting this
product.
Procedure
· When selecting an installation location, consider easy access to this product for
operation, programming adjustments, and routine maintenance.
· Make sure to mount this product away from any flammable material as indicated in
the Safety Notes.
· Never mount in places where rain, high humidity, extreme temperature changes, or
restricted ventilation may affect the product.
· If hanging this product, make sure that the mounting location can support the
product’s weight. See the Technical Specifications for the weight-bearing
requirements of this product.
· When hanging this product, always secure to a fastening device using a safety cable.
The STRIKE™ 882 comes with a yoke bracket to which you can either attach mounting
clamps for hanging or simply use as a floor stand. You must supply your own mounting
clamps. Make sure the clamps are capable of supporting the weight of this product. Use
at least one mounting point per product.
Mounting Clamp
Safety Cable
Mounting Diagram
Floor Mounting
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Overhead Mounting
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Operation
4. Operation
Control Panel
Description
Button
<MENU>
<ENTER>
<UP>
<DOWN>
Function
Exits from the current menu or function
Enables the currently displayed menu or sets the currently
selected value in to the current function
Navigates upward through the menu list and increases the
numeric value when in a function
Navigates downward through the menu list and decreases the
numeric value when in a function
Control Options
You can set the STRIKE™ 882 starting address in the 001–512 DMX range. This
enables control of up to 51 products in the 10-channel 10 Ch personality.
Programming
Refer to the Menu Map to understand the menu options. The menu map shows the main
level and a variable number of programming levels for each option.
· To go to the desired main level, press <MENU> repeatedly until the option shows on
the display. Press <ENTER> to select. This will take you to the first programming
level for that option.
· To select an option or value within the current programming level, press <UP> or
<DOWN> until the option shows on the display. Press <ENTER> to select. In this
case, if there is another programming level, you will see that first option, or you will
see the selected value.
· Press <MENU> repeatedly to exit to the previous main level.
This setting allows you to choose a particular DMX personality.
1. Go to the Channel main level.
2. Select the desired personality (1 Ch, 5 Ch, 6 Ch, or 10 Ch).
DMX Personality
DMX Control
· See the DMX Values section for the highest starting address you can select for each
personality.
· Make sure that the starting addresses on the various products do not overlap due to
the new personality setting.
In this mode, each product will respond to a unique starting address from the DMX
controller. All products with the same starting address will respond in unison.
1. Select a DMX personality as shown in DMX Personality.
2. Set the running mode:
a. Go to the M&S Mode main level.
b. Select Slave.
3. Set the starting address:
a. Go to the Address main level.
b. Select the starting address (001–512).
The highest recommended starting address for each DMX mode is as follows:
DMX Mode
1 Ch
5 Ch
6 Ch
10 Ch
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DMX Address
512
508
507
503
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Operation
Static Operation The Static operation allows the user to set the intensity and the strobe frequency from
the control panel without a DMX controller.
1. Go to the Static main level.
2. Select Dimmer.
· Choose desired intensity (000–255).
3. Select Strobe.
· Select the desired strobe frequency (000–255).
Auto Programs Auto programs allow for control of pre-programmed strobe looks without a DMX
controller.
1. Go to the Auto main level.
2. Select the desired auto (Auto 0–7).
3. Select Speed.
4. Choose the desired speed value (000–100).
You cannot edit any of the auto programs (Auto 0–7).
Auto Test This option allows you to test all the LEDs on the STRIKE™ 882.
1. Go to Info main level.
2. Select Auto > Test.
Master/Slave The Master/Slave mode allows a group of STRIKE™ 882s (the slaves) to simultaneously
duplicate the output of another STRIKE™ 882 (the master) without a DMX controller.
1. Set each of the slaves:
a. Go to the M&S Mode main level.
b. Select Slave.
2. Set the master product:
a. Go to the M&S Mode main level.
b. Select Master.
c. Select an Auto program or Static operation as explained in Static Operation or
Auto Programs.
Software Information
· The master is the one that runs a program whether in an Auto program or Static
operation.
· Do not connect a DMX controller to the products configured for Master/Slave
operation. The DMX controller may interfere with signals from the master product.
· The master should be the first product in the daisy chain.
This option shows what version of software the STRIKE™ 882 is running.
1. Go to the Info main level.
2. Select Version and the version number will show on the screen.
Temperature This option shows the internal temperature of the STRIKE™ 882.
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· Go to the Temp xx° C main level.
This setting allows you to set the amount of time the backlight on the STRIKE™ 882
stays on after the last button is pressed on the control panel.
1. Go to the BackLite main level.
2. Select On (remains on), 10S (10 seconds), 20S (20 seconds), or 30S (30 seconds).
3. Press <ENTER>.
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Operation
Menu Map
Main Level
Auto
Static
Programming Levels
Auto 0–7
Speed 001–100
Dimmer
000–255
Strobe
Description
8 automatic programs and speed adjustment
Sets the intensity of the light output
Selects the strobe frequency
On
10S
BackLite
Sets the amount of time the control panel
backlight stays on
20S
30S
Info
Auto
Address
001–512
Channel
M&S Mode
Temp xx° C
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Test
Version Vx.x
Sets product in test mode
Shows the installed software version
Sets product’s DMX address
1 Ch
1-channel: strobe
5 Ch
5-channel: intensity, duration, rate, effect, macro
6 Ch
6-channel: Flash 1–6
10 Ch
10-channel: Flash 1–6, auto programs, auto
speed, dimmer, strobe
Master
Selects Master mode
Slave
Selects Slave mode
Displays product’s internal temperature
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Operation
DMX Values
1 Ch
Channel
1
5 Ch
Channel
Function
Strobe
Function
1
Flash Intensity
2
Flash Duration
3
Flash Rate
4
Special Effects
5
Pixel Control Macros
Value
000 ó 005
006 ó 255
Value
000 ó 005
006 ó 255
000 ó 255
000 ó 005
006 ó 255
000 ó 005
006 ó 042
043 ó 085
086 ó 128
129 ó 171
172 ó 214
215 ó 255
000 ó 005
006 ó 042
043 ó 085
086 ó 128
129 ó 171
172 ó 214
215 ó 255
Percent/Setting
No function
0–100%
Percent/Setting
No function
0–100%
0–100%
No function
0–100%
No function
Ramp up
Ramp down
Ramp up – ramp down
Random
Lighting effect
Spike effect
No function
Macro 1
Macro 2
Macro 3
Macro 4
Macro 5
Macro 6
To achieve blinder effects similar to a discharge strobe light, put channels 1, 2,
and 3 to 100%.
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Operation
DMX Values (cont.)
6 Ch
Channel
Function
1
Block 1
2
Block 2
3
Block 3
4
Block 4
5
Block 5
6
Block 6
Block 1
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Value
000 ó 005
006 ó 255
000 ó 005
006 ó 255
000 ó 005
006 ó 255
000 ó 005
006 ó 255
000 ó 005
006 ó 255
000 ó 005
006 ó 255
Block 3
Percent/Setting
No function
Slow to fast
No function
Slow to fast
No function
Slow to fast
No function
Slow to fast
No function
Slow to fast
No function
Slow to fast
Block 4
Block 5
Block 6
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Operation
DMX Values (cont.)
10 Ch
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Channel
Function
Value
000 ó 005
006 ó 255
000 ó 005
006 ó 255
000 ó 005
006 ó 255
000 ó 005
006 ó 255
000 ó 005
006 ó 255
000 ó 005
006 ó 255
000 ó 010
011 ó 040
041 ó 070
071 ó 100
101 ó 130
131 ó 160
161 ó 190
191 ó 220
221 ó 255
1
Block 1
2
Block 2
3
Block 3
4
Block 4
5
Block 5
6
Block 6
7
Auto Programs
8
Auto Speed
000 ó 255
9
Master Dimmer
10
Master Strobe
000 ó 255
000 ó 005
006 ó 255
Percent/Setting
No function
Slow to fast
No function
Slow to fast
No function
Slow to fast
No function
Slow to fast
No function
Slow to fast
No function
Slow to fast
No function
Auto 0
Auto 1
Auto 2
Auto 3
Auto 4
Auto 5
Auto 6
Auto 7
Slow to fast
(Only when Ch. 7 has Auto 0–7 activated)
0–100%
No function
0–25 Hz
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Technical Information
5. Technical Information
Product
Maintenance
To maintain optimum performance and minimize wear, you should clean this product
frequently. Usage and environment are contributing factors in determining the cleaning
frequency.
As a rule, clean this product at least twice a month. Dust build-up reduces light output
performance and can cause overheating. This can lead to reduced light source life and
increased mechanical wear.
To clean your product:
1. Unplug the product from power.
2. Wait until the product is at room temperature.
3. Use a vacuum (or dry compressed air) and a soft brush to remove dust collected on
the external vents.
4. Clean all external surfaces with a mild solution of non-ammonia glass cleaner or
isopropyl alcohol.
5. Apply the solution directly to a soft, lint-free cotton cloth or a lens cleaning tissue.
6. Wipe any dirt or grime to the outside edges of the lens surface.
7. Gently polish the lens surfaces until they are free of haze and lint.
Always dry the external surfaces thoroughly and carefully after cleaning them.
Returns
You must send the product prepaid, in the original box, and with the original packing and
accessories. Chauvet will not issue call tags.
Call Chauvet and request a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number before
shipping the product. Be prepared to provide the model number, serial number, and a
brief description of the cause(s) for the return.
Clearly label the package with an RMA number. Chauvet will refuse any product
returned without an RMA number.
DO NOT write the RMA number directly on the box. Instead, write it on a properly affixed
label.
Once you have received the RMA number, include the following information on a piece
of paper inside the box:
· Your name
· Your address
· Your phone number
· The RMA number
· A brief description of the problem(s)
Be sure to pack the product properly. Any shipping damage resulting from inadequate
packaging will be the customer’s responsibility. FedEx packing or double-boxing are
recommended.
Chauvet reserves the right to use its own discretion to repair or replace returned
product(s).
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Technical Information
Technical Specifications
Dimensions and
Weight
Length
Width
Height
Weight
3.19 in (81 mm)
17.91 in (455 mm)
8.70 in (221 mm)
11 lb (5 kg)
Note: Dimensions in inches rounded to the nearest decimal digit.
Power
Light Source
Photometrics
Thermal
DMX
Ordering
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Power Supply Type
Range
Voltage Selection
Switching (internal)
100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Auto-ranging
Parameter
120 V, 60 Hz
230 V, 50 Hz
Consumption
Operating
Power linking current
(products)
Fuse
473 W
3.90 A
13.6 A (3 products)
449 W
2A
13.6 A (6 products)
T 5 A, 250 V
T 5 A, 250 V
Power I/O
U.S./Worldwide
Europe
Power input connector
Power output connector
Power cord plug
Neutrik® powerCON® A
Neutrik® powerCON® B
Edison (U.S.)
Neutrik® powerCON® A
Neutrik® powerCON® B
Local plug
Type
Power
Lifespan
LED
1W
50,000 hours
Color
Quantity
Current
Cool white
882
250 mA
Parameter
Standard Optics
Illuminance @ 5 m
Beam angle
Field angle
664 lux
120º
120º
Max. External Temperature
Cooling System
113 °F (45 °C)
Convection
I/O Connectors
Connector Type
Channel Range
3- and 5-pin XLR
Sockets
1, 5, 6 or 10
Product Name
Item Code
UPC Number
STRIKE™ 882
03050777
781462211257
STRIKE™ 882 User Manual Rev. 5
User Manual
Contact Us
WORLD HEADQUARTERS - Chauvet
General Information
Technical Support
Address: 5200 NW 108th Avenue
Voice: (954) 577-4455 (Press 4)
Sunrise, FL 33351
Fax:
(954) 756-8015
Voice:
(954) 577-4455
Email: tech@chauvetlighting.com
Fax:
(954) 929-5560
World Wide Web www.chauvetlighting.com
Toll free: (800) 762-1084
UNITED KINGDOM AND IRELAND - Chauvet Europe Ltd.
General Information
Technical Support
Address: Unit 1C
Email: uktech@chauvetlighting.com
Brookhill Road Industrial Estate
World Wide Web www.chauvetlighting.co.uk
Pinxton, Nottingham, UK
NG16 6NT
Voice:
+44 (0)1773 511115
Fax:
+44 (0)1773 511110
MEXICO - Chauvet Mexico
General Information
Technical Support
Address: Av. Santa Ana 30
Email: servicio@chauvet.com.mx
Parque Industrial Lerma
World Wide Web www.chauvet.com.mx
Lerma, Mexico C.P. 52000
Voice:
+52 (728) 285-5000
CHAUVET EUROPE - Chauvet Europe BVBA
General Information
Technical Support
Address: Stokstraat 18
Email: Eutech@chauvetlighting.eu
9770 Kruishoutem
World Wide Web www.chauvetlighting.eu
Belgium
Voice:
+32 9 388 93 97
Outside the U.S., United Kingdom, Ireland, Mexico, or Benelux contact the dealer of record.
Follow their instructions to request support or to return a product. Visit our website for contact
details.
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