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Chauvet COLORado 1 IP User manual
User Manual
Edition Notes
Edition Notes
The COLORado™ 1 IP User Manual Rev. 01c covers the description, safety
precautions, installation, programming, operation, and maintenance of the
COLORado™ 1 IP. CHAUVET® released this edition of the COLORado™ 1 IP User
Manual Rev. 01c in October 2010.
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Any person in charge of installing, operating, and/or maintaining the COLORado™ 1 IP
should read the guide that shipped with it as well as this manual in their entirety before
installing, operating, or maintaining this product.
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Document
Revision
The COLORado™ 1 IP User Manual Rev. 01c supersedes all previous versions of this
manual. Please discard any older versions of this manual you may have, whether in
printed or electronic format, and replace them with this version.
Product at
a Glance
Author
Editor
Manager
PD Manager
O. Desmonteix
D. Couppe
M. Graham
F. Sellers
Use on Dimmer
Outdoor Use
Sound Activated
DMX
Master/Slave
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Auto Programs
Auto-ranging Power Supply
Replaceable Fuse
User Serviceable
Duty Cycle
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1. Before You Begin ............................................................................................................1
What is Included ............................................................................................................................. 1
Unpacking Instructions ................................................................................................................... 1
Typographic Conventions ............................................................................................................... 1
Icon Meaning.................................................................................................................................. 1
Safety Notes................................................................................................................................... 2
Expected LED Lifespan .................................................................................................................. 2
2. Introduction .....................................................................................................................3
Product Description ........................................................................................................................ 3
Features ......................................................................................................................................... 3
Additional Features .................................................................................................................................... 3
Options ...................................................................................................................................................... 3
DMX Channel Summary ................................................................................................................. 4
Product Overview ........................................................................................................................... 5
3. Setup ................................................................................................................................6
AC Power ....................................................................................................................................... 6
AC Plug ..................................................................................................................................................... 6
Power Linking ............................................................................................................................................ 6
Fuse Replacement ..................................................................................................................................... 6
DMX Linking ................................................................................................................................... 6
DMX Modes............................................................................................................................................... 6
Master/Slave Connectivity .......................................................................................................................... 7
ID Addressing ................................................................................................................................. 7
Lens Replacement.......................................................................................................................... 7
Mounting ........................................................................................................................................ 8
Orientation ................................................................................................................................................. 8
Rigging ...................................................................................................................................................... 8
4. Operation .........................................................................................................................9
Control Panel Description ............................................................................................................... 9
Control Options .............................................................................................................................. 9
Programming.................................................................................................................................. 9
DMX Personality ........................................................................................................................................ 9
DMX Control Without ID Addressing ........................................................................................................... 9
DMX Control With ID Addressing .............................................................................................................. 10
Static Color .............................................................................................................................................. 10
Auto Programs......................................................................................................................................... 10
Edit Customs ........................................................................................................................................... 10
Master/Slave............................................................................................................................................ 10
Color Adjustment ..................................................................................................................................... 11
Dimmer Curves ........................................................................................................................................ 11
Control Panel Lock................................................................................................................................... 11
Program Upload....................................................................................................................................... 11
Reset....................................................................................................................................................... 12
Whites Setting ......................................................................................................................................... 12
White Calibration...................................................................................................................................... 12
TOUR Notes................................................................................................................................. 13
Master Dimmer ........................................................................................................................................ 13
Red, Green, Blue, & White Color Selection ............................................................................................... 13
Color Macros ........................................................................................................................................... 13
Strobe ..................................................................................................................................................... 13
Auto ........................................................................................................................................................ 13
Dimmer Speed......................................................................................................................................... 13
ID Address Selection................................................................................................................................ 13
Menu Map .................................................................................................................................... 14
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Table of Contents
DMX Values ................................................................................................................................. 15
TOUR...................................................................................................................................................... 15
ARC1 ...................................................................................................................................................... 16
ARC1 + D ................................................................................................................................................ 16
ARC2 ...................................................................................................................................................... 16
ARC2 + D ................................................................................................................................................ 16
ARC2 + S ................................................................................................................................................ 17
HSV ........................................................................................................................................................ 17
5. Technical Information ................................................................................................... 18
General Maintenance.................................................................................................................... 18
Troubleshooting Guide.................................................................................................................. 19
Exploded View .............................................................................................................................. 20
Photometrics................................................................................................................................. 21
Returns Procedure ........................................................................................................................ 22
Claims .......................................................................................................................................... 22
Contact Us.................................................................................................................................... 22
Technical Specifications................................................................................................................ 23
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Before You Begin
1. Before You Begin
What is
Included
Unpacking
Instructions
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One COLORado™ 1 IP
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One power input cable (IP66 to Edison, US market)
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One IP66 power extension cable
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One IP66 signal extension cable
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One DMX input cable (IP66 to 3-pin XLR male)
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One DMX output cable (IP66 to 3-pin XLR female)
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One gel frame holder
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One safety cable
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One Warranty Card
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One Quick Reference Guide
Immediately upon receiving this product, carefully unpack it and check the container in
which you received it. Make sure that you have received all the parts indicated above
and that they are all in good condition. If the material inside the container (this product
and any other accessory included with it) appears damaged from shipping, or if the
container shows signs of mishandling, notify the shipper immediately. In addition, retain
the container and all the packing material for inspection.
See the Claims section in the Technical Information chapter.
Convention
Typographic
Conventions
1~512
50/60
[10]
Claims
“COLORado™ UM”
<SET>
Settings
MENU > Settings
1~10
Yes/No
ON
Icon
Icon Meaning
Meaning
A range of values in the text
A set of mutually exclusive values in the text
A DIP switch to be configured
A new term, or a section or chapter in this document
The name of another publication or manual
A button on the fixture’s control panel
A fixture 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 entered or select in a menu
Meaning
This icon indicates critical installation, configuration, or operation
information. Failure to comply with this information may render
the fixture partially or completely inoperative, damage third-party
equipment, or cause harm to the user.
This icon indicates important installation or configuration
information. Failure to comply with this information may prevent
the fixture from functioning correctly.
This icon indicates useful, although non-critical information.
The term “DMX” used throughout this document refers to the USITT DMX512-A
transmission protocol.
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Before You Begin
Safety Notes
Please read the following notes carefully because they include important safety
information about the installation, usage, and maintenance of this product.
It is important to read all these notes before starting to work with this product.
There are no user serviceable parts inside this product. Any reference to
servicing it you may find from now on in this User Manual will only apply to
properly CHAUVET® certified technicians. Do not open the housing or attempt
any repairs unless you are one of them.
Please refer to all applicable local codes and regulations for the proper
installation of this product.
Keep this manual for future consultation. If you sell this product to another user,
make sure that they also receive this manual.
Personal Safety
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Avoid direct eye exposure to the light source while the fixture is on.
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 when operating because it may be very hot.
Mounting and Rigging
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This product is for indoor and outdoor use (IP66). Do not submerge it.
Make sure there are no flammable materials close to this product while operating.
When hanging this product, always secure it to a fastening device using a safety
cable (included).
Power and Wiring
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Always make sure that you are connecting this product to the proper voltage, as
per the specifications in this manual or on the product’s sticker.
Never connect this product to a dimmer pack or rheostat.
Make sure the product’s housing or power cable are not cracked, crimped, or
damaged.
Never disconnect this product by pulling or tugging on the power cable.
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Operation
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Do not operate this fixture if you see damage on the housing, lenses, or cables;
have the damaged parts replaced by an authorized technician at once.
The maximum ambient temperature (Ta) is 104° F (40° 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, please
contact CHAUVET® Technical Support.
Expected LED
Lifespan
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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 of 40,000 to
50,000 hours. If extending this lifespan is vital, lower the operational temperature by
improving the fixture’s ventilation and reducing the external temperature. In addition,
limiting the overall projection intensity may also help to extend the LEDs’ lifespan.
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Introduction
2. Introduction
Product
Description
The COLORado™ 1 IP is an RGBW wash light based on 42 LEDs. It consists of a
single pod with a double bracket mounting yoke. The AC power comes directly into the
fixture’s housing through a proprietary IP66 rated power input cord. The power linking
uses a proprietary IP66 rated power link cord. The DMX input and output signals use
proprietary IP66 DMX in and DMX out cords. The fixture comes with all the necessary
adapters to connect to the proprietary IP66 cords as well a power and signal link
cables. The COLORado™ 1 IP uses a display-based control panel for programming
functions.
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3, 4, 5, 6, or 11-channel RGBW LED wash light (with ID addressing)
Operating modes:
3-channel:
RGB control
3-channel:
HSV (hue, saturation, and value) control
4-channel:
RGB, dimmer
4-channel:
RGBW control
5-channel:
RGBW, dimmer
6-channel:
RGBW, dimmer, strobe
11-channel: RGBW, ID, dimmer, strobe, macro, auto/custom, dimmer speed,
auto speed
RGBW color mixing with or without DMX controller
Automatic programs
User configurable custom programs
Recall auto and custom programs via master/slave or DMX
Color temperature presets (3,200~10,000 K)
Additional Features
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Five distinct dimming curves
3-pin DMX input and output connectors
Power linking: max 12 units @ 120 V
LED display with password protection
Gel frame holder (4 mm max thickness)
Double-bracket yoke that doubles as floor stand
Color calibration
Durable and weather resistant IP66 rated housing
IP66 power and DMX connectors
Options
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Optical systems: 15° (installed), 30° (CLENS3042)
16.4 ft (5 m) power extension cable (IP5POWER)
16.4 ft (5 m) signal extension cable (IP5SIG)
Features
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Introduction
DMX Channel Summary
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TOUR
DMX Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Function
Master Dimmer
Red
Green
Blue
White
Color Macro
Strobe
Auto Programs
Auto Speed Adjust
Dimmer Speed
ID Address
ARC1
DMX Channel
1
2
3
Function
Red
Green
Blue
AR1 + D
DMX Channel
1
2
3
4
Function
Master Dimmer
Red
Green
Blue
ARC2
DMX Channel
1
2
3
4
Function
Red
Green
Blue
White
AR2 + D
DMX Channel
1
2
3
4
5
Function
Master Dimmer
Red
Green
Blue
White
AR2 + S
DMX Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
Function
Master Dimmer
Red
Green
Blue
White
Strobe
HSV
DMX Channel
1
2
3
Function
Hue
Saturation
Value
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Introduction
Product Overview
Safety cable passageway
Power In
Power Out
A = 30 mm
B = 13 mm
DMX In
DMX Out
Control Panel
(Plate removed)
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Setup
3. Setup
AC Power
The COLORado™ 1 IP has an auto-ranging power supply that can work with an input
voltage range of 100~240 VAC, 50/60 Hz.
Make sure that you are connecting this product to the proper voltage, as per the
specifications in this guide, the product’s user manual, or on the product’s sticker.
Always connect the COLORado™ 1 IP to a protected circuit with an appropriate
electrical ground to avoid the risk of electrocution or fire.
To determine the power requirements for the COLORado™ 1 IP see the label affixed to
the side of the fixture. Alternatively, you may refer to the corresponding specifications
chart in the Technical Information chapter of this manual.
The listed current rating indicates the maximum current draw during normal operation.
For more information, you may download the “Sizing the Circuit Breakers” document
from the CHAUVET® Web site.
Never connect the COLORado™ 1 IP 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
Each COLORado™ 1 IP has IP66 rated cords for Power In and Power Out with
proprietary IP66 connectors. These power cords access the sealed body of the fixture
through IP66 cable glands. To allow connection to power outlets, the fixture comes with
a power input cord with a proprietary IP66 connector on one end and an Edison plug on
the other end (US market). In case you need to replace the Edison plug on the power
input cord, follow the table below.
Connection
Wire (US)
Wire (Europe)
IP66 Pin
AC Live
Black
Brown
1
Yellow or Brass
AC Neutral
White
Blue
2
Silver
AC Ground
Green/Yellow
Green/Yellow
3
Green
Screw Color
Power Linking
The COLORado™ 1 IP supports power linking for up to 12 other COLORado™ 1 IP
fixtures at 120 VAC. The fixture also comes with an IP66 power linking cord to allow
direct connection between fixtures.
Fuse Replacement
The COLORado™ 1 IP fixture has no external fuse that the user can change. However,
it does have an internal fuse that only an authorized CHAUVET® technician should
change.
DMX Linking
You may link any COLORado™ 1 IP fixture to a DMX controller using a standard DMX
serial connection. If using other DMX compatible fixtures with a COLORado™ 1 IP
fixture, it is possible to control them individually with a single DMX controller.
If you are not familiar with the DMX standard, or if you need information about the DMX
cables needed to link the COLORado™ 1 IP fixture to a DMX controller, you may
download the “DMX Primer” document from the CHAUVET® Web site.
The COLORado™ 1 IP comes with two adapter cables, one from proprietary IP66
to 3-pin DMX In and the other from proprietary IP66 to 3-pin DMX Out. In addition,
it comes with a signal linking cable with proprietary IP66 connectors on both
ends.
DMX Modes
The COLORado™ 1 IP uses the standard DMX data connection for its DMX modes,
TOUR, ARC1, AR1 + D, ARC2, AR2 + D, AR2 + S, and HSV.
You will find information about these DMX modes in the Introduction chapter (brief
description), the Operation Instructions chapter (configuration details), and the DMX
Values section (individual channel values).
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Setup
Master/Slave
Connectivity
The Master/Slave mode allows a COLORado™ 1 IP fixture to control one or more
COLORado™ 1 IP fixtures without a DMX controller. The controlling fixture becomes the
“master” when running an Auto or Custom program as well as when in STATIC mode.
The controlled fixtures are the “slaves” and you must set them to “SLAVE” mode from
their respective control panels. During the Master/Slave operation, the slave fixtures will
operate in unison with the master fixture.
The master and slave fixtures link to each other using the standard DMX serial
connection. If you are not familiar with the Master/Slave connectivity, you may download
the “DMX Primer” document from the CHAUVET® Web site.
DO NOT connect a DMX controller to the fixtures operating in Master/Slave mode.
Otherwise, the signals from the DMX controller may interfere with the signals from
the master unit.
The Operation chapter of this manual provides detailed instructions on how to
configure the Master and Slave units.
ID Addressing
The COLORado™ 1 IP uses the ID Addressing feature to increase the number of
addressable fixtures in the same DMX universe when in the TOUR personality. Refer to
the Operation chapter in this manual to learn in detail how to configure the
COLORado™ 1 IP fixtures when using ID Addressing. If you are not familiar with the
various connection methods when using ID Addressing, you may download the “DMX
Primer” document from the CHAUVET® Web site.
Lens
Replacement
The COLORado™ 1 IP comes with the 15° lens assembly pre-installed from the factory.
However, there is an optional lens kit (CLENS3042) available as an accessory, which
will alter the beam angle of the fixture to 30º.
Follow the instructions below to to change or replace the LED lens assembly.
a) Disconnect the fixture from the AC power before opening it.
b) This procedure gives you direct access to the LEDs, which are very fragile.
Use maximum care when handling the lenses over the LED assembly.
The numbers in parenthesis in the procedure below correspond to the parts
indicated in the Exploded View section of the Technical Information chapter.
Procedure
a) Remove the gel frame holder by removing the four Phillips screws (not shown).
b) Remove the front cover (1) by removing the eight Allen screws that hold it in place.
c) Remove the rubber seal (2) and the glass cover (3). The rubber seal may be a
separate ring or it may come mounted around the glass cover. Use caution,
because the glass is loose under the front cover and it may fall.
d) After removing the glass cover, remove the Phillips #2 screws that hold the lens
assembly in place.
e) Remove the existing lens assembly and replace it with the new lens assembly.
f)
Reverse the process to complete the lens replacement.
After replacing the lenses, make sure that the fixture is completely sealed (IP66
rating) before installing it outdoors. Otherwise, you will void the fixture’s
warranty and risk damaging the fixture permanently.
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Setup
Mounting
Before mounting this fixture, read and follow the safety recommendations indicated in
the Safety Notes section (page 2 of this manual).
Orientation
Always mount this fixture in any safe position while making sure that there is adequate
room around it for ventilation, configuration, and maintenance.
Make sure to mount this fixture away from any flammable material as indicated in the
Safety Notes section.
Rigging
The COLORado™ 1 IP consists of a sealed (IP66) housing with a double bracket
mounting yoke. It has two DMX signal cables (DMX In/DMX Out), and two power cables
(Power In/Power Out), all of them fitted with proprietary IP66 connectors.
CHAUVET® recommends following the general guidelines below when mounting the
COLORado™ 1 IP.
Procedure
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When selecting an installation location, consider ease of access to the fixture for
operation, programming adjustments, and routine maintenance.
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If hanging this fixture, make sure that the location where you are mounting the
fixture can support its weight. Please see the Technical Specifications section of this
manual for the weight requirement of this fixture.
The COLORado™ 1 IP includes a safety cable and a mounting yoke to which you can
attach one or two rigging clamps. You must supply your own “C” or “O” clamps and
make sure that they are capable of supporting the weight of this fixture. Although it is
possible to use a single clamp per fixture, CHAUVET® recommends using two clamps
per fixture. Secure the fixture with the safety cable after mounting it to the truss.
C clamp
(not included).
Product Mounting
Diagram
Floor Mounting
Secure the safety cable using
the passageway on the back
of the fixture.
Overhead Mounting
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Operation
4. Operation
Control Panel
Description
Button
Function
<MENU>
<ENTER>
<UP>
<DOWN>
Control Options
Exits from the current menu or
function
Enables the currently displayed
menu or sets the currently
selected value in to the current
function
Navigates upwards through the
menu list and increases the
numeric value when in a function
Navigates downwards through
the menu list and decreases the
numeric value when in a function
You can set the COLORado™ 1 IP start address in the 001~512 DMX range. This
allows for the control of up to 46 fixtures in the 11-channel TOUR personality. In
addition, the ID address system allows you to assign up to 66 fixtures within the same
DMX address, thus multiplying the number of fixtures you can control within a single
universe. You can access the fixture’s ID address system from channel 11 when in the
TOUR personality.
When programming live performances as well as cues that need to trigger on
demand or on a time line, program no more than 10 fixtures on ID addressing per
DMX channel. This is to remain within a one-second execution time.
Programming
Carry out all the programming procedures indicated below from the control panel. Refer
to the Menu Map on page 14 to learn how the menu options relate to each other.
To go to an option, press <MENU> repeatedly until the option shows on the display.
To select an option value, press <UP> or <DOWN> until you see the desired value and
press <ENTER> to accept it.
To exit to the previous menu level, press <MENU>.
DMX Personality
This setting allows the user to choose a particular DMX personality.
1) Go to PERS.
2) Select the desired personality (TOUR, ARC1, AR1 + D, ARC2, AR2 + D, AR2 + S,
or HSV).
3) Make sure that the starting addresses on the various fixtures do not overlap due to
the new personality setting. See the DMX Values section.
DMX Control
Without ID
Addressing
In this mode, each unit will respond to a unique starting address from the DMX
controller. All units with the same starting address will respond in unison.
1) Select the TOUR personality as shown in DMX Personality.
2) Set the running mode:
a) Go to RUN.
b) Select DMX.
3) Set the starting address:
a) Go to DMX.
b) Select the starting address (001~512).
4) Deactivate ID Addressing on each fixture:
a) Go to SET > ID.
b) Select OFF.
Make sure to deactivate ID Addressing in each fixture when using the TOUR
personality. Otherwise, unintended results may occur if channel 11 is not set to
“0”.
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Operation
Continued from previous page
DMX Control With ID
Addressing
In this mode, the fixtures with the same DMX starting address will respond to the DMX
controller based on the fixture’s individual ID address setting. If the user selects ID
address “0”, all the fixtures with the same DMX address will respond in unison.
Otherwise, each fixture will follow the control for its particular ID address.
1) Repeat steps 1, 2, and 3 from DMX Control Without ID Addressing.
2) Activate ID Addressing in each fixture:
a) Go to SET > ID.
b) Select ON.
3) Select an ID address for each fixture:
a) Go to ID.
b) Select an ID (01~66)
Static Color
The Static Color mode allows for permanent RGBW color mixing without a DMX
controller.
1) Go to STAT.
2) Select the desired color (Red, Green, Blue, or White).
3) Select the desired color value (0~255).
4) Repeat for the other colors.
5) Select Strob.
6) Select the desired frequency (0~20).
Auto Programs
Auto programs allow for dynamic RGBW color mixing without a DMX controller.
1) Go to AUTO.
2) Select the desired auto program (AT. 01~10 or PR. 01~10).
You cannot edit auto programs AT. 01~10. However you can edit PR. 01~10 (see
Edit Customs).
Edit Customs
This setting allows for the programming of up to 30 scenes for each of the 10
customizable programs, including colors and effects.
1) Go to EDIT.
2) Select the desired auto program (PR. 01~10).
3) Select the desired scene (SC. 01~30).
4) Select the desired color or effect (Red, Green, Blue, White, Strobe, Time, or
Fade).
5) Select the desired value for the color or effect (000~255 for colors and timers, or
00~20 for Strobe).
6) Repeat for the other colors or effects.
7) Repeat for the other scenes.
Master/Slave
The Master/Slave mode allows a group of COLORado™ 1 IP fixtures (the slaves) to
execute simultaneously the same program, whether auto or custom, that another
COLORado™ 1 IP fixture (the master) is executing, without a DMX controller.
1) Set the Master Unit:
a) Set the running mode to DMX as explained in “DMX Control Without ID
Addressing”.
b) Select an auto program as explained in “Auto Programs”.
2) Set the slave units:
a) Go to RUN.
b) Select SLAV.
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The fixture that runs an auto program automatically becomes the Master.
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Do not connect a DMX controller to the master or slave fixtures.
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Operation
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Color Adjustment
The COLOR setting determines how the COLORado™ 1 IP displays the white color
when the Red, Green, and Blue faders are all at the “255” value.
1) Go to SET > Color.
2) Select OFF, RGBW, or UC.
Setting
Description
OFF
RGBW
When R, G, and B are “255,” the output will be at its maximum.
When R, G, and B are “255,” CAL2 will determine the output.
When R, G, and B are “255,” the output will match that of fixtures from
previous generations.
UC
Dimmer Curves
This setting determines how the output of the COLORado™ 1 IP follows the position of
the Dimmer fader, as well as the Red, Green, Blue, and White faders.
1) Go to SET > Dim.
2) Select a dimmer curve (Off, Dim1, Dim2, Dim3, or Dim4).
Setting
OFF
Dim1
Dim2
Dim3
Dim4
Control Panel Lock
Description
The output is proportional to the faders’ position (linear)
The output is not proportional (fastest)
The output is not proportional (fast)
The output is not proportional (slow)
The output is not proportional (slowest)
This setting allows the user to activate or disable the control panel lock, which keeps
non-authorized personnel from changing the fixture’s settings.
1) Go to KEY.
2) Select On/ Off.
When the control panel lock is active, the fixture will prompt the user to enter the
password after 30 seconds of control panel inactivity or after turning on the
fixture.
After being prompted to enter the password:
1) Press <UP>, <DOWN>, <UP>, <DOWN>, and <ENTER>.
Program Upload
This option allows the user to copy the custom programs of one COLORado™ 1 IP
fixture onto other COLORado™ 1 IP fixtures by using the Master/Slave method.
1) Configure and connect the fixtures in a Master/Slave arrangement, where the
master unit has the custom programs you want to transfer onto the slave units.
2) At the master unit, go to SET > UPLD.
3) When prompted, enter the master access password as shown in Control Panel
Lock.
4) Wait for the upload process to finish before disconnecting the fixtures.
During and after the upload, the master and slave units will visually indicate the status of
the process, as follows:
Color
Meaning
Yellow
Red
Green
The upload process is running
The upload failed due to an error
The upload finished successfully
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Operation
Continued from previous page
Reset
This setting allows the user to reset the COLORado™ 1 IP fixture to its default values,
including the custom programs.
1) Go to SET> REST.
2) When prompted, enter the master access password as shown in Control Panel
Lock.
3) Wait for the reset process to finish.
Whites Setting
This setting allows the user to edit the temperature of the 11 white colors used in the
Macros channel. The 11 pre-set whites are configurable.
1) Go to CAL1.
2) Select a white color (WT. 1~11).
3) Select a color (Red, Green, Blue, or White).
4) Select a color value (0~255).
5) Repeat for the other colors (Red, Green, Blue, or White).
6) Repeat for the other white colors (WT. 1~11).
White Calibration
This setting allows the user to select the white color shown by the COLORado™ 1 IP
when the color setting is RGBW and the Red, Green, and Blue faders are set to “255”.
1) Go to CAL2 > RGBW.
2) Select a color (Red, Green, or Blue).
3) Select a color value (0~255).
4) Repeat for the other colors (Red, Green, or Blue).
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Operation
TOUR Notes
Master Dimmer
Red, Green, Blue, &
White Color
Selection
Color Macros
Strobe
These notes intent to clarify the way the TOUR DMX personality works.
• Channel 1 controls the intensity of the currently projected color.
• When the slider is at the highest position (255) the intensity of the output is at its
maximum.
• Channels 2, 3, 4, and 5 control the intensity ratio of each of the Red, Green, Blue,
and White LEDs.
• When the slider is at the highest position (255), the intensity of each color is at its
maximum.
• You can combine channels 2, 3, 4, and 5 to create over four billion colors.
• Channel 6 selects the required Color Macro.
• Channel 6 has priority over channels 2, 3, 4, and 5.
• Channel 1 controls the intensity of the Color Macro.
•
•
•
Auto
Dimmer Speed
ID Address
Selection
Channel 7 controls the strobe frequency (not the intensity) of channels 2~6.
Channel 7 strobes channels 2, 3, 4, and 5 when not running macros, allowing the
individual faders (R, G. B, and W) as well as channel 1 (D) to control the output
intensity.
Channel 7 strobes channel 6 when running macros, allowing channel 6 to select
the macro and channel 1 to control the output intensity.
• Channel 8 selects the preset auto programs AT. 01~10 or the custom programs
CUS. 01~10.
• When activating the custom programs CUS. 01~10, it is possible to control the Step
Time and Fade Time using channels 2 and 3 respectively.
• Channel 8 has priority over channels 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7.
• Channel 10 is for selecting the dimmer mode and speed. When Dimmer is set to
Off, the Red, Green, Blue, White, and Dimmer outputs are linear with the faders.
Otherwise, Dim1 is the fastest dimmer curve, while Dim4 is the slowest.
• Channel 11 selects the target ID address.
• Each independent DMX address may have up to 66 independent ID addresses.
• Setting channel 11 to 0 activates all ID address locations.
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Operation
Menu Map
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Operation
DMX Values
TOUR
Channel Function
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Value
Master Dimmer 000  255
Red
000  255
Green
000  255
Blue
000  255
White
000  255
000  010
011  030
031  050
051  070
071  090
091  110
111  130
131  150
151  170
171  200
Color Macro
201  205
206  210
211  215
216  220
221  225
226  230
231  235
236  240
241  245
246  250
251  255
000  010
Strobe
011  255
000  020
021  030
031  040
041  050
051  060
061  070
071  080
081  090
091  100
101  110
111  120
Auto
121  130
131  140
141  150
151  160
161  170
171  180
181  190
191  200
201  210
211  220
221  255
Auto Speed
000  255
000  009
010  029
030  069
Dimmer Speed
070  129
130  189
190  255
Percent/Setting
0~100%
0~100% (or Step Time when playing CUS. 01~10)
0~100% (or Fade Time when playing CUS. 01~10)
0~100%
0~100%
No function
R: 100% G: Up
B: 0%
R: Down G: 100% B: 0%
R: 0%
G: 100% B: Up
R: 0%
G: Down B: 100%
R: Up
G: 0%
B: 100%
R: 100% G: 0%
B: Down
R: 100% G: Up
B: Up
R: Down G: Down B: 100%
R: 100% G: 100% B: 100% W: 100%
White 1: 3,200 K
White 2: 3,400 K
White 3: 4,200 K
White 4: 4,900 K
White 5: 5,600 K
White 6: 5,900 K
White 7: 6,500 K
White 8: 7,200 K
White 9: 8,000 K
White 10: 8,500 K
White 11: 10,000 K
No function
0~20 Hz
No function
Auto 1
Auto 2
Auto 3
Auto 4
Auto 5
Auto 6
Auto 7
Auto 8
Auto 9
Auto 10
Custom 1
Custom 2
Custom 3
Custom 4
Custom 5
Custom 6
Custom 7
Custom 8
Custom 9
Custom 10
No function
0~100% (Only works if AUTO 01~10 is playing)
Use dimmer speed from control panel
Linear dimmer
Non-linear dimmer 1 (fastest)
Non-linear dimmer 2
Non-linear dimmer 3
Non-linear dimmer 4 (slowest)
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Operation
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TOUR (Cont.)
Channel
11
ARC1
ARC2 + D
Value
All IDs
ID 1
ID 2
ID 3
ID 4
ID 5
ID 6
ID 7
ID 8
ID 9
ID 10
ID 11
ID 12
ID 13
ID 14
ID 15
ID 16
ID 17
ID 18
ID 19
ID 20
ID 21
ID 22
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
Value
Master Dimmer
Red
Green
Blue
000 
000 
000 
000 
255
255
255
255
Value
000 
000 
000 
000 
Red
Green
Blue
White
Channel Function
1
2
3
4
5
Setting
Setting
ID 23
ID 24
ID 25
ID 26
ID 27
ID 28
ID 29
ID 30
ID 31
ID 32
ID 33
ID 34
ID 35
ID 36
ID 37
ID 38
ID 39
ID 40
ID 41
ID 42
ID 43
ID 44
ID 45
Value
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
Setting
ID 46
ID 47
ID 48
ID 49
ID 50
ID 51
ID 52
ID 53
ID 54
ID 55
ID 56
ID 57
ID 58
ID 59
ID 60
ID 61
ID 62
ID 63
ID 64
ID 65
ID 66
Percent/Setting
000  255 0~100%
000  255 0~100%
000  255 0~100%
Red
Green
Blue
Channel Function
1
2
3
4
Value
000  009
010  019
020  029
030  039
040  049
050  059
060  069
070  079
080  089
090  099
100  109
110  119
120  129
130  139
140  149
150  159
160  169
170  179
180  189
190  199
200  209
210
211
Value
Channel Function
1
2
3
4
ARC2
ID Address
Channel Function
1
2
3
ARC1 + D
Function
255
255
255
255
Value
Master Dimmer
Red
Green
Blue
White
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
255
255
255
255
255
Percent/Setting
0~100%
0~100%
0~100%
0~100%
Percent/Setting
0~100%
0~100%
0~100%
0~100%
Percent/Setting
0~100%
0~100%
0~100%
0~100%
0~100%
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Operation
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ARC2 + S
HSV
Channel Function
1
2
3
4
5
Master Dimmer
Red
Green
Blue
White
6
Strobe
Channel Function
1
2
3
Hue
Saturation
Value
Value
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
000 
011 
255
255
255
255
255
010
255
Value
Percent/Setting
0~100%
0~100%
0~100%
0~100%
0~100%
No function
0~20 Hz
Percent/Setting
000  255 0~100%
000  255 0~100%
000  255 0~100%
•
“Hue” refers to the visible light, such as red, yellow, and cyan, etc.
•
“Saturation” indicates the dominance of hue in the color; when saturation is at 100%,
the color is at its purest.
•
“Value” is the color’s brightness; when value is at 100%, the color is at its brightest.
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Technical Information
5. Technical Information
General
Maintenance
To maintain optimum performance and minimize wear, the user should clean the light
fixtures frequently. Usage and environment are contributing factors in determining the
cleaning frequency. As a rule, the user should clean the fixtures 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.
CHAUVET® recommends cleaning the fixture’s external optics with a soft cloth using
normal glass cleaning fluid.
To clean a fixture, follow the recommendations below:
•
Unplug the fixture from power.
•
Wait until the fixture is cold.
•
Use a vacuum (or dry compressed air) and a soft brush to remove dust collected
on the external vents and reachable internal components.
•
Clean all external optics and glass surfaces with a mild solution of glass cleaner or
isopropyl alcohol, and a soft, lint free cotton cloth or a lens cleaning tissue.
•
Apply the solution directly to the cloth or tissue and drag any dirt and grime to the
outside of the lens.
•
Gently polish the external glass surfaces until they are free of haze and lint.
•
When cleaning units with a movable mirror, you should keep the contact with the
mirror surface to a minimum to avoid scratching or damaging it.
Always dry the external optics and glass surfaces carefully after cleaning them.
If the fixture has one or more cooling fans, refrain from spinning them using
compressed air.
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Technical Information
Troubleshooting Guide
Symptom
General low light intensity
A single LED (Red,
Green, Blue or White)
does not illuminate
A group of LEDs (Red,
Green, Blue or White)
does not illuminate
None of the LEDs are
illuminating
Breaker/Fuse keeps
blowing
Fixture does not power up
Fixture does not respond
to DMX
Cause(s)
Action(s)
• Dirty lens assembly
• Clean the fixture regularly
• Misaligned lens assembly
• Install lens assembly properly
• Faulty LED
• Replace the LED board
• Faulty LED board
• Replace the LED board
• Faulty LED
• Replace the LED board
• Faulty LED board
• Replace the LED board
• Faulty LED driver
• Replace the LED driver board
• Faulty LED PCB
• Replace the LED board
• Faulty LED Driver PCB
• Replace the LED driver board
• Faulty main PCB
• Replace the Display / Main board
• Excessive circuit load
• Check total load placed on the electrical circuit
• Short circuit along the power wires
• Check for a short in the electrical wiring
• No power
• Check for power on power outlet
• Loose or damaged power cord
• Check power cord
• Blown internal fuse
• Replace internal fuse
• Faulty internal power supply
• Replace internal power supply
• Wrong DMX addressing
• Check Control Panel and unit addressing
• Damaged DMX cables
• Check DMX cables
• Wrong polarity on the controller
• Check polarity switch settings on the controller
• Loose DMX cables
• Check cable connections
• Faulty DMX interface
• Replace Main PCB
• Faulty Main PCB
• Replace Main PCB
• Non DMX cables
• Use only DMX compatible cables
• Bouncing signals
• Install terminator as suggested
• Long cable / low level signal
• Install an optically coupled DMX splitter right
after fixture with strong signal
• Too many fixtures
• Install an optically coupled DMX splitter after
unit #32
• Interference from AC wires
• Keep DMX cables separated from power cables
or black lights
DMX signal problems
If you still experience technical problems after trying the above solutions, contact
CHAUVET® Technical Support.
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Technical Information
Exploded View
Item
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Description
Item
Description
1
Front cover
11
Display clear plate
2
Rubber seal (*)
12
Button seal
3
Clear glass
13
Casing
4
Lens complete set
14
Stainless steel knob
5
LED board
15
Power cord gland
6
Heat sink
16
Display protection plate
7
Power supply
17
DMX cable gland
8
Driver board
18
Display plate seal
9
Power connection board
19
Main bracket
10
Display board
20
Secondary bracket
(*):
The rubber seal can be a separate ring or it may come mounted around
the glass cover
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Technical Information
Photometrics
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Technical Information
Returns
Procedure
The user must send the merchandise prepaid, in the original box, and with its original
packing and accessories. CHAUVET® will not issue call tags.
Call CHAUVET® and request a Return Merchandise Authorization Number (RMA #)
before shipping the fixture. Be prepared to provide the model number, serial number,
and a brief description of the cause for the return.
The user must clearly label the package with a Return Merchandise Authorization
Number (RMA #). CHAUVET® will refuse any product returned without an RMA #.
DO NOT write the RMA # directly on the box. Instead, write it on a properly affixed
label.
Once you receive the RMA #, please include the following information on a piece of
paper inside the box:
•
•
•
•
•
Your name
Your address
Your phone number
The RMA #
A brief description of the problem
Be sure to pack the fixture properly. Any shipping damage resulting from inadequate
packaging will be the customer’s responsibility. As a suggestion, proper UPS packing or
double-boxing is always a safe method to use.
CHAUVET® reserves the right to use its own discretion to repair or replace
returned product(s).
Claims
The carrier is responsible for any damage incurred during shipping to this product or any
part that shipped with it. Therefore, if the received merchandise appears to have
damages caused during shipping, the customer must submit the damage report and any
related claims with the carrier, not CHAUVET®. The customer must submit the report
upon reception of the damaged merchandise. Failure to do so in a timely manner may
invalidate the customer’s claim with the carrier.
For other issues such as missing components or parts, damage not related to shipping,
or concealed damage, the customer must make claims to CHAUVET® within seven (7)
days of receiving the merchandise.
Contact Us
World Headquarters
General Information
CHAUVET®
5200 NW 108th Avenue
Sunrise, FL 33351
Voice: (954) 929-1115
Fax: (954) 929-5560
Toll free: (800) 762-1084
Technical Support
Voice: (954) 929-1115 (Press 4)
Fax: (954) 756-8015
World Wide Web
www.chauvetlighting.com
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Technical Information
Technical Specifications
Dimensions and Weight
Length
Width
Height
Weight
9.6 in (245 mm)
9.6 in (245 mm)
8.0 in (205 mm)
10.6 lbs (4.8 kg)
Note: Dimensions in inches rounded to the nearest decimal digit.
Power
Power Supply Type
Range
Voltage Selection
Switching (internal)
100~240 V, 50/60 Hz
Auto-ranging
Light Source
Photo Optic
Thermal
Parameter
120 V, 60 Hz
230 V, 50 Hz
Consumption
70 W (0.58 A)
70 W (0.3 A)
Inrush current
0.2 A
0.4 A
Power Linking
12 Units
24 Units
Power I/O
Input
Output
Connectors
IP66
IP66
Cord plug
Edison
IP66
Type
Power
Lifespan
LED
1W
50,000 hours
Color
Quantity
Current
Red
12
350 mA
Green
12
350 mA
Blue
12
350 mA
White
6
350 mA
Parameter
Standard 15º Optics
Optional 30º Optics
Illuminance @ 5 m
664 lx
123 lx
Beam angle
13º
27º
Field angle
32.6º
59.9º
Maximum External Temp.
Cooling System
104° F (40° C)
Convection
DMX
I/O Connectors
Connector Type
Channel Range
3-pin XLR (IP66 adapter)
In-line
3, 4, 5, 6, and 11
COLORado™ 1 IP
Optional 30º Optics
Ordering
COLORADO1IP
CLENS3042
Signal Extension Cable
Power Extension Cable
IP5SIG
IP5POWER
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CHAUVET®
5200 NW 108th Avenue
Sunrise, FL 33351 (USA)
(800) 762-1084 – (954) 929-1115
FAX (954) 929-5560
www.chauvetlighting.com
COLORado™ 1 IP User Manual Rev. 01c
October 2010
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