Chauvet PiX PAR 12 User manual

Chauvet PiX PAR 12 User manual
User Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Before You Begin................................................................................3
What Is Included ........................................................................................... 3
Unpacking Instructions .................................................................................. 3
Claims ................................................................................................................... 3
Text Conventions .......................................................................................... 3
Icons ............................................................................................................. 3
Document Information ................................................................................... 3
Product at a Glance....................................................................................... 4
Safety Notes ................................................................................................. 4
2. Introduction.........................................................................................5
Product Overview .......................................................................................... 5
Product Dimensions ...................................................................................... 6
3. Setup ...................................................................................................7
AC Power ...................................................................................................... 7
Fuse Replacement ................................................................................................. 7
Power Linking ........................................................................................................ 8
Mounting ....................................................................................................... 9
Orientation ............................................................................................................. 9
Rigging .................................................................................................................. 9
4. Operation ..........................................................................................10
Control Panel Operation .............................................................................. 10
Menu Map ................................................................................................... 10
Configuration (DMX).................................................................................... 11
DMX Personalities and Starting Address .............................................................. 11
DMX Channel Assignments and Values....................................................... 12
3-CH.................................................................................................................... 12
9-CH.................................................................................................................... 12
12-CH.................................................................................................................. 13
36-CH.................................................................................................................. 14
Configuration (Standalone) .......................................................................... 15
Static Color Mode ................................................................................................ 15
Automatic Mode ................................................................................................... 15
Custom Static Color Mode.................................................................................... 15
Dimmer Adjustment.............................................................................................. 15
Master/Slave Mode .............................................................................................. 16
5. Technical Information ......................................................................17
Product Maintenance .................................................................................. 17
General Troubleshooting ............................................................................. 18
Contact Procedure ...................................................................................... 19
CHAUVET® Contact Information ................................................................. 19
Returning Products to CHAUVET®.............................................................. 19
6. Technical Specifications ..................................................................20
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PiX™ PAR 12 User Manual Rev. 3
1. BEFORE YOU BEGIN
What Is
Included
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1 x PiX™ PAR 12
1 x Power Cord
1 x Warranty Card
1 x Quick Reference Guide
Unpacking
Instructions
Immediately upon receipt, carefully unpack the product and check the container to make
sure you have received all the parts indicated above in good condition.
Claims
If the container or the material inside the container (the product and included
accessories) appear damaged from shipping, or show signs of mishandling, upon receipt
notify the carrier immediately, not CHAUVET®. Failure to do so in a timely manner may
invalidate your claim with the carrier. In addition, keep the container and all the packing
material 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 seven (7) days of receiving
the merchandise.
Text
Conventions
Convention
1~512
50/60
Settings
Menu > Settings
<ENTER>
ON
Icon
Icons
Meaning
A range of values
A set of values of which only one can be chosen
A menu option not to be modified
A sequence of menu options to be followed
A key to be pressed on the product’s control panel
A value to be entered or selected
Meaning
This paragraph contains critical installation, configuration, or
operation information. Failure to comply with this information may
render the product partially or completely inoperative, cause
damage to the product, or cause harm to the user.
This paragraph contains important installation or configuration
information. Failure to comply with this information may prevent
the product from functioning correctly.
This paragraph reminds you of useful, although not critical,
information.
Document
Information
The information and specifications contained in this document are subject to change
without notice. CHAUVET® assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or
omissions that may appear in this manual. CHAUVET® reserves the right to update the
existing document or to create a new document to correct any errors or omissions.
You can download the latest version of this document from www.chauvetlighting.com.
© Copyright 2013 CHAUVET®. All rights reserved.
Electronically published by CHAUVET® in the United States of America.
PiX™ PAR 12 User Manual Rev. 3
Author
Date
Editor
Date
A. Leon
04/29/13
T.Yeago
04/29/13
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Product at a
Glance
Use on Dimmer
Outdoor Use
Sound Activated
DMX
Master/Slave
Safety Notes
Auto Programs
Auto-ranging Power Supply
Replaceable Fuse
User Serviceable
P
P
P
x
Please read the following Safety Notes carefully before working with the product. The
Notes include important safety information about installation, usage, and maintenance.
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Always connect the product to a grounded circuit to avoid the risk of electrocution.
Always disconnect the product from the power source before cleaning or replacing
the fuse.
Avoid direct eye exposure to the light source while the product is on.
Make sure the power cord is not crimped or damaged.
Never disconnect the product from power cord by pulling or tugging on the cord.
If mounting the product overhead, always secure to a fastening device using a
safety cable.
Make sure there are no flammable materials close to the product when operating.
Do not touch the product’s housing when operating because it may be very hot.
Always make sure that the voltage of the outlet to which you are connecting the
product is within the range stated on the decal or rear panel of the product.
The product is for indoor use only! (IP20) To prevent risk of fire or shock, do not
expose the product to rain or moisture.
Always install the product in a location with adequate ventilation, at least 20 in (50
cm) from adjacent surfaces.
Be sure that no ventilation slots on the product’s housing are blocked.
Never connect the product to a dimmer.
Make sure to replace the fuse with another of the same type and rating.
Never carry the product from the power cord or any moving part. Always use the
hanging/mounting bracket or the handles.
The maximum ambient temperature (Ta) is 104° F (40° C). Do not operate the
product at higher temperatures.
In the event of a serious operating problem, stop using the product immediately.
Never try to repair the product. Repairs carried out by unskilled people can lead to
damage or malfunction. Please contact the nearest authorized technical assistance
center.
Keep this User Manual for future consultation. If you sell the product to another
user, be sure that they also receive this document.
PiX™ PAR 12 User Manual Rev. 3
2. INTRODUCTION
Product Overview
LED Display
5-pin DMX Connectors
Fuse Holder
Power Out
3-pin DMX Connectors
PiX™ PAR 12 User Manual Rev. 3
Power In
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Product Dimensions
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PiX™ PAR 12 User Manual Rev. 3
3. SETUP
AC Power
The PiX™ PAR 12 has an auto-ranging power supply and it can work with an input
voltage range of 100~240 VAC, 50/60 Hz.
To determine the product’s power requirements (circuit breaker, power outlet, and
wiring), use the current value listed on the label affixed to the product’s back panel, or
refer to the product’s specifications chart. The listed current rating indicates the
product’s average current draw under normal conditions.
Always connect the product to a protected circuit (circuit breaker or fuse). Make
sure the product has an appropriate electrical ground to avoid the risk of
electrocution or fire.
Never connect the product to a rheostat (variable resistor) or dimmer circuit, even
if the rheostat or dimmer channel serves only as a 0 to 100% switch.
Fuse
Replacement
Follow the instructions below to change the fuse, if necessary.
Disconnect the product from the power outlet before replacing the fuse.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Wedge the tip of a flat head screwdriver into the slot of the fuse holder.
Pry the fuse holder out of the housing.
Remove the blown fuse from the holder and replace with a fuse of the exact same
type and rating.
Insert the fuse holder back in place and reconnect power.
Installed fuse
(held by plastic clip)
Safety cap
Spare fuse holder
(inside safety cap)
The product does not ship with a spare fuse; however, the safety cap has room
for a spare.
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Power Linking
The product provides power linking via the IEC outlet located in the back of the unit.
Please see the diagram below for further explanation.
1st Product
Power Linking
Diagram
2nd Product
3rd Product
Other products
You can power link up to ten (10) PiX™ PAR 12 units on 120 VAC or up to
eighteen (18) PiX™ PAR 12 units on 230 VAC.
The power linking diagram shown above corresponds to the North American
version of the product ONLY! If using the product in other markets, you must
consult with the local CHAUVET® distributor as power linking connectors and
requirements may differ in your country or region.
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PiX™ PAR 12 User Manual Rev. 3
Mounting
Before mounting the product, read and follow the safety recommendations indicated in
the Safety Notes section (page 2 of this manual).
Orientation
The PiX™ PAR 12 may be mounted in any position; however, make sure adequate
ventilation is provided around the product.
Rigging
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Before deciding on a location for the product, always make sure there is easy
access to the product for maintenance and programming purposes.
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Make sure that the structure or surface onto which you are mounting the product
can support the product’s weight. Please see the Technical Specifications section of
this manual for weight information.
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When mounting the product overhead, always use a safety cable. Mount the
product securely to a rigging point, whether an elevated platform or a truss.
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When rigging the product onto a truss, you should use a mounting clamp of
appropriate weight capacity. The bracket has a 13 mm hole, which is appropriate for
this purpose.
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When power linking multiple products, you must always consider the length of the
power linking cable and mount the products close enough for the cable to reach.
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The bracket adjustment knobs allow for directional adjustment when aiming the
product to the desired angle. Only loosen or tighten the bracket knobs manually.
Using tools could damage the knobs.
·
The double bracket yoke/mounting brackets/rubber feet/metallic feet also serve as
floor supports/allow for surface mounting. When mounting the product on the floor,
make sure that the product and cables are away from people and vehicles.
Bracket Adjustment Knob
Mounting Diagram
Mounting Bracket
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4. OPERATION
Control Panel
Operation
To access the control panel functions, use the four buttons located underneath the
display. Please refer to the Product Overview to see the button locations on the control
panel.
Button
<MENU>
<UP>
Function
Press to find an operation mode or to back out of the current menu
option
Press to scroll up the list of options or to find a higher value
<DOWN>
Press to scroll down the list of options or to find a lower value
<ENTER>
Press to activate a menu option or a selected value
After you use the <UP> and <DOWN> buttons, press <ENTER> to set the selected value.
Otherwise, the menu function or value defaults back to its previous setting
Menu Map
Mode
Static Colors
Auto Programs
Program Speed
Custom Color
Mixing
Programming Steps
C--
P--
S--
U--
Description
C1
Red
C2
Green
C3
Blue
C4
Cyan
C5
Magenta
C6
Yellow
C7
White
P1
7 Color Fading
P2
7 Color Switching
P3
7 Color Pop and Fade
P4
7 Color Blend
P5
Chase Program
P6
Pixel Program
P7
Pixel Program Sound Active
S001-S100 Selects auto program speed
r--
Red
g--
Green
b--
Blue
S--
Strobe rate
OFF
Dimmer
DIM
DIM1
DIM2
Change dimmer speed
DIM3
3-CH
DMX
Personalities
9-CH
12CH
d001-d512
Selects DMX starting address and
personality
36CH
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PiX™ PAR 12 User Manual Rev. 3
Configuration
(DMX)
DMX
Personalities
and Starting
Address
Set
1.
2.
3.
the product in DMX mode to control with a DMX controller.
Connect the product to a suitable power outlet.
Turn the product on.
Connect a DMX cable from the DMX output of the DMX controller to the DMX input
socket on the product.
The PiX™ PAR 12 has four DMX personalities, from a 3-channel mode for basic control
to a 36-channel mode with more advanced control over the lights.
The PiX™ PAR 12 uses up to 36 DMX channels in its 36-channel DMX mode, which
defines the highest configurable address to 477.
When selecting a starting DMX address, always consider the number of DMX channels
the selected DMX mode uses. If you choose a starting address that is too high, you could
restrict the access to some of the product’s channels.
If you are not familiar with the DMX protocol, you may refer to the DMX Primer at
www.chauvetlighting.com.
To select the DMX personality, do the following:
1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until 3-CH, 9-CH, 12CH, or 36CH shows on the display.
2. Press <ENTER> to choose your DMX personality when it appears on the display.
To then choose your starting address:
1. The display should show d 1 once you’ve selected your DMX personality using the
steps above.
2. Use <UP> or <DOWN> to select the starting address.
3. Press <ENTER>.
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DMX Channel Assignments and Values
3-CH
9-CH
Channel
Function
Value
Setting
1
Red
000 ó 255 0-100%
2
Green
000 ó 255 0-100%
3
Blue
000 ó 255 0-100%
Channel
Function
Value
Setting
1
Dimmer
000 ó 255 0-100%
2
Red
000 ó 255 0-100%
3
4
Green
Blue
5
Color Macros
6
Strobe
000 ó
000 ó
000 ó
011 ó
201 ó
206 ó
211 ó
216 ó
221 ó
226 ó
231 ó
236 ó
241 ó
246 ó
251 ó
000 ó
010 ó
255
255
010
200
205
210
215
220
225
230
235
240
245
250
255
009
255
0-100%
0-100%
No function
Color Macros
White 1: 3200K
White 2: 3400K
White 3: 4200K
White 4: 4900K
White 5: 5600K
White 6: 5900K
White 7: 6500K
White 8: 7200K
White 9: 8000K
White 10: 8500K
White 11: 10000K
No function
0-30 Hz
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Continued from previous page
Channel
12-CH
Function
7
Auto Programs
8
Auto Program Speed
9
Dimmer Curve
Channel
Function
Value
000 ó
010 ó
020 ó
030 ó
040 ó
050 ó
060 ó
070 ó
080 ó
090 ó
100 ó
110 ó
120 ó
130 ó
140 ó
150 ó
160 ó
170 ó
180 ó
190 ó
200 ó
210 ó
220 ó
230 ó
240 ó
250 ó
000 ó
000 ó
052 ó
102 ó
153 ó
204 ó
009
019
029
039
049
059
069
079
089
099
109
119
129
139
149
159
169
179
189
199
209
219
229
239
249
255
255
051
101
152
203
255
Value
Setting
No function
Fade transition (7 colors) 0%-100%-0%
Fade transition (7 colors) 0%-100%
Fade transition (7 colors) 100%-0%
Auto fade transition (random)
Loop of P1-P4
Pixel program 1
Pixel program 2
Pixel program 3
Pixel program 4
Pixel program 5
Pixel program 6
Pixel program 7
Pixel program 8
Pixel program 9
Pixel program 10
Pixel program 11
Pixel program 12
Pixel program 13
Pixel program 14
Pixel program 15
Pixel program 16
Pixel program 17
Random pixel program
Pixel program scroll 1-17
Pixel program scroll sound active 1-17
Slow to fast (when Ch. 7 is between 010-249)
Default speed
Linear dimmer
Nonlinear dimmer 1
Nonlinear dimmer 2
Nonlinear dimmer 3
Setting
Quadrant
1
Red
000 ó 255 0-100%
2
Green
000 ó 255 0-100%
3
Blue
000 ó 255 0-100%
4
5
6
Red
Green
Blue
000 ó 255 0-100%
000 ó 255 0-100%
000 ó 255 0-100%
2
7
8
9
Red
Green
Blue
000 ó 255 0-100%
000 ó 255 0-100%
000 ó 255 0-100%
3
10
11
12
Red
Green
Blue
000 ó 255 0-100%
000 ó 255 0-100%
000 ó 255 0-100%
4
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36-CH
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Channel
Function
Value
Setting
1
Red
000 ó 255 0-100%
2
Green
000 ó 255 0-100%
3
Blue
000 ó 255 0-100%
4
5
6
Red
Green
Blue
000 ó 255 0-100%
000 ó 255 0-100%
000 ó 255 0-100%
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
…
34
35
36
Red
Green
Blue
000 ó 255 0-100%
000 ó 255 0-100%
000 ó 255 0-100%
LED
1
2
12
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Configuration
(Standalone)
Set the product in one of the standalone modes to control without a DMX controller.
1. Connect the product to a suitable power outlet.
2. Turn the product on.
Never connect a product that is operating in any standalone mode (Static,
Automatic, or Sound) to a DMX string connected to a DMX controller. Products in
standalone mode may transmit DMX signals that could interfere with the DMX
signals from the controller.
Static Color Mode
Automatic Mode
To enable the Static Color Mode, do the following:
1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until C-- shows on the display.
2. Press <ENTER>.
3. Use <UP> or <DOWN> to choose a color (C1-C7).
4. Press <ENTER>.
To enable the Automatic Mode, follow the instructions below:
1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until P-- shows on the display.
2. Press <ENTER>.
3. Use <UP> or <DOWN> to choose your auto program (P1-P7).
4. Press <ENTER>.
You can adjust the speed of the automatic program as well.
1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until S-- shows on the display.
2. Press <ENTER>.
3.
4.
Custom Static
Color Mode
Use <UP> or <DOWN> to adjust the duration of each step of the automatic program
from S001 (slow) to S100 (fast).
Press <ENTER>.
To enable the Custom Static Color Mode, follow the instructions below:
1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until U-- shows on the display.
2. Press <ENTER> to choose between colors (r--, g--, b--).
3. Press <UP> or <DOWN> to choose the intensity of the color (000-100).
4. Repeat the steps to mix additional colors to create the color you need.
5. Press <ENTER>.
You can also manually adjust the strobe rate. To do so, do the following:
1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until U-- shows on the display.
2. Press <ENTER> until S-- shows on the display.
3. Press <UP> or <DOWN> to choose the strobe rate (S 0-S 20).
4. Press <ENTER> once you have chosen your desired strobe rate.
Dimmer
Adjustment
You can manually control the dimmer speed to suit any need. To set up your preferred
dimmer speed, do the following:
1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until dIM shows on the display.
2. Press <ENTER>.
3. Use <UP> or <DOWN> to choose between the dimming types (OFF-DIM3).
4. Press <ENTER>.
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Master/Slave
Mode
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The Master/Slave mode allows a single PiX™ PAR 12 unit (the “master”) to control the
actions of one or more PiX™ PAR 12 units (the “slaves”) without the need of a DMX
controller. The master unit will be set to operate in an automatic mode, while the slave
units will be set to operate in slave mode. Once set and connected, the slave units will
operate in unison with the master unit.
Configure the units as indicated below.
Slave units:
1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until 3-CH, 9-CH, 12CH, or 36CH shows on the display.
The slave unit will operate regardless of DMX personality.
2. Press <ENTER> to accept.
3. Set the DMX address to 001.
4. Connect the DMX input of the first slave unit to the DMX output of the master unit.
5. Connect the DMX input of the subsequent slave units to the DMX output of the
previous slave unit.
6. Finish setting and connecting all the slave units.
Master unit:
1. Set the master unit to operate in Static Color Mode, Automatic or Custom Static
Color mode.
2. Make the master unit the first unit in the DMX daisy chain.
·
Configure all the slave units before connecting the master unit to the DMX
daisy chain.
·
Never connect a DMX controller to a DMX string configured for Master/Slave
operation because the controller may interfere with the signals from the
master unit.
·
Do not connect more than 31 slave units to the master unit.
PiX™ PAR 12 User Manual Rev. 3
5. TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Product
Maintenance
Dust build-up reduces light output performance and can cause overheating. This can
lead to reduction of the light source’s life. To maintain optimum performance and
minimize wear, you should clean your lighting products at least twice a month. However,
be aware that usage and environmental conditions could be contributing factors to
increase the cleaning frequency.
To clean the product, follow the instructions below:
·
Unplug the product from power.
·
Wait until the product is at room temperature.
·
Use a vacuum (or dry compressed air) and a soft brush to remove dust collected on
the external surface/vents.
·
Clean all glass/transparent surfaces with a mild soap solution, ammonia-free glass
cleaner, or isopropyl alcohol.
·
Apply the solution directly to a soft, lint-free cotton cloth or a lens cleaning tissue.
·
Softly wipe any dirt or grime to the outside edge of the glass/transparent surface.
·
Gently polish the glass/transparent surfaces until they are free of haze and lint.
Always dry the glass/transparent surfaces carefully after cleaning them.
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General Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible Cause
Excessive load on the circuit
Make sure that the total load does not
exceed 80% of the breaker or fuse nominal
current
Short circuit along the power lines
Check the power lines and power cords
No energy on power outlet
Check power outlet
Change to another outlet
Loose or damaged power cord
Check the power cord
Blown fuse
Replace blown fuse with a good one of the
same type and rating
Internal problem
Send product for repair
Wrong starting address on the product
Set the correct starting address on the
product
Use the right fader(s) on the controller
Wrong DMX personality on the product
Set the correct DMX product’s personality
Assign the faders accordingly
Wrong polarity setting on the DMX
controller
Change the signal polarity on the controller
Loose or damaged DMX cable
Check the DMX cable before the faulty unit
Internal problem
Send product for repair
Signal cables are not DMX compatible
Replace non DMX cables with true DMX
cables
Interference with AC or radio signals
Keep DMX cables away from AC wires or
radio equipment
DMX cable too long
Install an optically coupled DMX amplifier
right before the product with intermittent
problems
Too many products connected
Install an optically coupled DMX amplifier
after unit #32
Terminator not connected
Install a terminator, as indicated in the DMX
Primer section.
Circuit breaker or fuse
keeps blowing
Product does not
power up
Product does not
respond to DMX
Intermittent DMX
Problems
Possible Action
If you still experience problems after trying the above solutions, contact
CHAUVET® Technical Support.
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PiX™ PAR 12 User Manual Rev. 3
Contact
Procedure
CHAUVET®
Contact
Information
In case you need to return a product or request support, follow the procedure below:
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If you live in the U.S., contact CHAUVET® World Headquarters (see below).
If you live in the UK or Ireland, contact CHAUVET® Europe Ltd. (see below).
If you live in any other country, DO NOT contact CHAUVET®. Instead, contact your
distributor of record. Refer to our website for contact details of distributors outside
the U.S., United Kingdom, or Ireland.
World Headquarters
CHAUVET®
General Information
Address:
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
Email:
[email protected]
World Wide Web
www.chauvetlighting.com
United Kingdom & Ireland
CHAUVET® Europe Ltd.
General Information
Address:
Unit 1C
Brookhill Road Industrial Estate
Pinxton, Nottingham, UK
NG16 6NT
Voice:
+44 (0)1773 511115
Fax:
+44 (0)1773 511110
Technical Support
Email:
[email protected]
World Wide Web
www.chauvetlighting.co.uk
If you live outside the U.S., United Kingdom, or Ireland, contact your distributor of
record and follow their instructions on how to return CHAUVET® products to
them. Visit our website for contact details.
Returning
Products to
CHAUVET®
Call the corresponding CHAUVET® Tech Support office 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 for the
return.
You must send the merchandise prepaid, in its original box, and with its original packing
and accessories. CHAUVET® will not issue call tags.
Clearly label the package with the RMA number. CHAUVET® will refuse any product
returned without an RMA number.
Write the RMA number on a properly affixed label. DO NOT write the RMA number
directly on the box.
Before sending the product, clearly write the following information on a piece of paper
and place it inside the box:
·
Your name
·
Your address
·
Your phone number
·
The RMA number
·
A brief description of the problem
Be sure to pack the product properly. Any shipping damage resulting from inadequate
packaging will be your 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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6. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions and
Weight
Length
Width
Height
Weight
10.7 in (271 mm)
10.2 in (260 mm)
3.5 in (88 mm)
6.9 lbs (3.1 kg)
Note: Dimensions in inches rounded to the nearest decimal digit.
Power
Light Source
Photo Optic
Thermal
DMX
Ordering
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Power Supply Type
Range
Voltage Selection
Switching (internal)
100~240 V, 50/60 Hz
Auto-ranging
Parameter
120 V, 60 Hz
230 V, 50 Hz
Consumption
92 W
96 W
Operating
0.8 A
0.4 A
Power linking current (units)
8 A (10 units)
8 A (18 units)
Fuse
F 2 A, 250 V
F 2 A, 250 V
Power I/O
US/Worldwide
UK/Europe
Power input connector
Locking IEC
Locking IEC
Power output connector
Edison
IEC
Power Cord plug
Edison (US)
Local plug
Type
Power
Lifespan
LED
3W
50,000 hours
Color
Quantity
Current
Tri-color
12
350 mA (x3)
Parameter
Measurement
Illuminance @ 2 m
3,091 lux
Strobe Rate
0-30 Hz
Beam angle
20º
Field angle
34º
Maximum External Temp.
Cooling System
104° F (40° C)
Convection
I/O Connectors
Connector Type
Channel Range
3-pin and 5-pin XLR
Sockets
3, 9, 12, 36
Product Name
Item Code
Item Number
PiX™ PAR 12
03020467
PIXPAR12
PiX™ PAR 12 User Manual Rev. 3
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