Chauvet SlimPAR 38 User manual

Chauvet SlimPAR 38 User manual
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Use on Dimmer
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DMX
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Power Supply
Replaceable Fuse
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. BEFORE YOU BEGIN ................................................................................................................................................... 3
WHAT IS INCLUDED ................................................................................................................................................................................ 3
UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................................................................................................................... 3
MANUAL CONVENTIONS ......................................................................................................................................................................... 3
ICONS .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................................................................................................................... 4
2. INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................................... 5
CONTROL FEATURES ............................................................................................................................................................................. 5
Additional Features .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 5
PRODUCT OVERVIEW............................................................................................................................................................................. 5
3. SETUP .......................................................................................................................................................................... 6
AC POWER........................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
POWER LINKING .................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
MOUNTING............................................................................................................................................................................................ 7
Orientation................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 7
Rigging ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
SIGNAL LINKING .................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
4. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ...................................................................................................................................... 9
Control Panel Functions .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Menu Map ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 9
Configuring the Starting Address........................................................................................................................................................................... 10
DMX Operation ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Master/Slave (Standalone Operating Modes) ....................................................................................................................................................... 10
STANDALONE OPERATION .................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Automatic ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Sound-Active .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Preset Colors ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Custom Static Colors ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 11
DMX CHANNEL VALUES ...................................................................................................................................................................... 12
7-CH Mode ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 12
3-CH Mode ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 12
5. APPENDIX .................................................................................................................................................................. 13
DMX PRIMER ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
GENERAL TROUBLESHOOTING .............................................................................................................................................................. 13
FIXTURE LINKING................................................................................................................................................................................. 14
DATA CABLING .................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
DMX Data Cable .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
CABLE CONNECTORS .......................................................................................................................................................................... 15
SETTING THE STARTING ADDRESS ........................................................................................................................................................ 15
3-Pin to 5-Pin Conversion Chart ............................................................................................................................................................................ 16
Setting up a DMX Serial Data Link ........................................................................................................................................................................ 16
GENERAL MAINTENANCE...................................................................................................................................................................... 17
RETURNS PROCEDURE ........................................................................................................................................................................ 17
CLAIMS .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 17
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................................................................................... 18
CONTACT US ................................................................................................................................................................. 18
1. BEFORE YOU BEGIN
What is included
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1 x SlimPAR™ 38
1 x Power Cord
1 x Warranty Card
1 x User Manual
Unpacking Instructions
Immediately upon receiving a fixture, carefully unpack the carton, check the contents to ensure
that all parts are present, and have been received in good condition. Notify the shipper
immediately and retain packing material for inspection if any parts appear damaged from
shipping or the carton itself shows signs of mishandling. Save the carton and all packing
materials. In the event that a fixture must be returned to the factory, it is important that the fixture
be returned in the original factory box and packing.
Manual Conventions
CHAUVET® manuals use the following conventions to differentiate certain types of information
from the regular text.
MEANING
CONVENTION
[10]
<Menu>
A DIP switch to be configured
A key to be pressed on the fixture’s control panel
1~512
A range of values
50/60
A set of values of which only one can be chosen
Settings
A menu option not to be modified (for example, showing the operating
mode/current status)
MENU >
Settings
A sequence of menu options to be followed
ON
A value to be entered or selected
Icons
This manual uses the following icons to indicate information that requires special attention on the
part of the user.
MEANING
ICONS
This paragraph contains critical installation, configuration or operation
information. Failure to comply with this information may render the fixture
partially or completely inoperative, cause damage to the fixture or cause
harm to the user.
This paragraph contains important installation or configuration information.
Failure to comply with this information may prevent the fixture from
functioning correctly.
This paragraph reminds you of useful, although not critical, information.
1. Before You Begin
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Safety Instructions
Please read these instructions carefully. It includes important information
about the installation, usage and maintenance of this product.
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1. Before You Begin
Please keep this User Manual for future consultation. If you sell the unit to another
user, be sure that they also receive this instruction booklet.
Always make sure that you are connecting to the proper voltage, and that the line
voltage you are connecting to is not higher than that stated on the decal or rear panel
of the fixture.
This product is intended for indoor use only! To prevent risk of fire or shock, do not
expose fixture to rain or moisture.
Make sure there are no flammable materials close to the unit while operating.
The unit must be installed in a location with adequate ventilation, at least 20 in (50 cm)
from adjacent surfaces. Be sure that no ventilation slots are blocked.
Always disconnect from power source before servicing or replacing fuse and be sure to
replace with same fuse source.
Secure fixture to fastening device using a safety chain.
Maximum ambient temperature (Ta) is 104° F (40° C). Do not operate fixture at
temperatures higher than this.
In the event of a serious operating problem, stop using the unit immediately. Never try
to repair the unit by yourself. Repairs carried out by unskilled people can lead to
damage or malfunction. Please contact the nearest authorized technical assistance
center.
Never connect the device to a dimmer pack.
Make sure the power cord is never crimped or damaged.
Never disconnect the power cord by pulling or tugging on the cord.
Never carry the fixture directly from the cord. Always use the hanging/mounting
bracket.
Avoid direct eye exposure to the light source while it is on.
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2. INTRODUCTION
Control Features
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3 or 7-channel DMX-512 slim LED par can
Operating modes:
3-channel: RGB control
7-channel: RGB, macros, run/strobe speed, automatic/sound, dimmer
Static colors and RGB color mixing with or without DMX controller
Built-in automated programs via master/slave or DMX with variable speed
Built-in sound activated programs via master/slave or DMX
Pulse effect with adjustable speed
Additional Features
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Low-profile lights are 2.5 in deep
Power linking: max 43 units
Double-bracket yoke doubles as floor stand
Product Overview
Control Panel
Microphone
Sensitivity
Adjustment Knob
Microphone
DMX In
DMX Out
Power In
Power Out
2. Introduction
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3. SETUP
AC Power
This fixture runs on 100~240 VAC, 50/60 Hz. Before powering on the unit, make sure the line
voltage to which you are connecting it is within the range of accepted voltages.
To determine the power requirements for a particular fixture, see the label affixed to the back
plate of the fixture or refer to the fixture’s specifications chart. A fixture’s listed current rating
indicates its average current draw under normal conditions.
Always connect the fixture to a switched circuit. Never connect the fixture to a rheostat
(variable resistor) or dimmer circuit, even if the rheostat or dimmer channel is used only
as a 0 to 100% switch.
Always connect the fixture to a circuit with a suitable electrical ground.
Power Linking
This fixture contains power linking via the Edison outlet located on the back panel. Please see
the diagram below for further explanation.
The maximum quantity of fixtures that may be linked is 43.
Additional power
link out
Fixture #1
Fixture #2
Fixture #3
The power linking shown in this document is for the Chauvet® North American version
ONLY! Therefore, it is the customer’s responsibility to check with the Dealer/Distributor
regarding power linking on the local version of the product. Connections and availability
may change, depending on the power requirements and/or regulations of each
country/region.
3. Setup
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Mounting
Orientation
The SlimPAR™ 38 may be mounted in any safe position.
Rigging
Be sure that the structure can support the weight of the fixture. Please see the “Technical
Specifications” section of this manual for a detailed weight listing. Mount the fixture securely. This
may be done with a screw, nut and bolt, or a hanging clamp. The hole in each bracket is 13 mm
in size. When rigging consider routine maintenance and control panel access. Please see the
following steps for installation.
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If the power link out is intended to be used with multiple fixture, take into account the
length of each power cable, and mount the fixtures close enough to one another to
accommodate for this.
When aiming the fixtures, you may use the bracket adjustment knob. Loosen the knob,
adjust to the desired angle, and then tighten the knob by turning clockwise. Do not use
tools for this step, as it may cause damage.
There is a secondary portion of the bracket, which may be used primarily for floor
standing positions.
Safety cables must always be used.
Mounting
Bracket
Secondary bracket
(used primarily for
standing position)
Do not use a tool on
the bracket
adjustment knob
3. Setup
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Signal Linking
In order to use this fixture in a DMX or master/slave operation, you must daisy chain, using DMX
cables to link from one fixture to another.
DMX controller
(only in DMX operation)
Fixture #1
Fixture #2
Fixture #3
Additional signal
link out
3. Setup
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4. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Control Panel Functions
Access control panel functions using the four buttons located directly underneath the LED display
on the control panel.
BUTTON
FUNCTION
<MENU>
Used to scroll through the
current operating mode, as
well as back out of the
current menu option
<UP>
Used to select increasing
advancement in the value
<DOWN>
Used to select decreasing
advancement in the value
<ENTER>
Used to select a value and
store it to memory
MENU
UP
DOWN ENTER
The Control Panel shows the current state of the unit. It is used to select the operating mode, as
well as the sub-features. For a detailed layout of the control panel functions, please see the
“menu map” section below.
Menu Map
MAIN FUNCTION
SUB-FUNCTION
SELECTION
7 Color Switching
7 Color Fading
SUB-SELECTION
INSTRUCTION
Select between 2 switching and 2
fading built-in programs
3 Color Switching
3 Color Fading
Use the Audio
Adjustment Knob
located on the back
of the fixture
7 Color sound active
3 Color sound active
Select between 2 sound active
programs
~
Select 3-channel DMX mode (RGB
control)
~
Select 7-channel DMX mode: RGB,
macros, run speed, strobe,
automatic/sound, dimmer
Red
Green
Blue
Select between 7 static colors. The
display will read ~ . The colors that
each of these represent are indicated
to the left.
Cyan
Magenta
Yellow
White
~
(the default range is
This is the speed range for the 4
switching and fading built-in programs
)
Red
Green
Blue
4. Operating Instructions
~
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Combine red, green, and blue to
create a custom, static color
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Configuring the Starting Address
Each fixture requires a starting address from 1~512. A fixture requiring one or more channels for
control begins to read the data on the channel indicated by the starting address. For example, a
fixture that uses seven DMX channels and is addressed to start on DMX channel 100, will read
data from channels: 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105 and 106. Choose the starting addresses for
each fixture so that the channels used do not overlap. In addition, you should note the starting
address selected for future reference.
The SlimPAR™ 38 uses seven or three DMX channels. If this is your first time using DMX, we
recommend reading the “DMX Primer” section in the “Appendix”.
DMX Operation
This is the operating mode which will allow for control with an external DMX controller. You must
set the starting address for this mode. If this is your first time using DMX, then it is recommended
that you refer to the “DMX Primer” section in the “Appendix” of this manual.
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Press <MENU> until
or
appears on the LED screen.
Press <ENTER>.
Using <UP> and <DOWN>, select the desired DMX address (
~
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Master/Slave (Standalone Operating Modes)
This is the operating mode which will allow one fixture to act as the “master” and control all of the
other “slave” fixtures. You must set both the master and the slave(s) fixtures to the correct mode
for this operation.
Master Settings:
1. Connect the fixtures with DMX cables, as shown in the “Fixture Linking” section.
2. Use any one of the standalone modes for the master unit.
This includes:
,
, and
Slave Settings:
1. Press <MENU> until
or
appears on the LED screen.
2. Press <ENTER>.
3. Using <UP> and <DOWN>, set the DMX address to
.
4. Press <ENTER>.
Although any fixture in the DMX daisy chain may be set to master, it is advisable to set the
master as the first fixture in the line.
Only one fixture may be set to master.
Do not connect a DMX controller to the daisy chain for this operating mode.
It does not matter which DMX mode is selected for the slave fixtures. Either mode will be
effective.
4. Operating Instructions
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Standalone Operation
Automatic
This fixture has preprogrammed chases. These are accessed via the control panel. The speed
may be adjusted for the chases. Please see the instructions below for further explanation.
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7.
Press <MENU> until
appears on the LED screen.
Press <ENTER>.
Using <UP> and <DOWN>, select the desired program ( ~
).
Press <ENTER>.
Press <MENU> until
appears on the LED screen.
Using <UP> and <DOWN>, select the desired program speed (
Press <ENTER> to confirm settings.
~
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Sound-Active
This fixture has preprogrammed sound triggered chases. These are accessed via the control
panel. The microphone sensitivity may be adjusted using the audio adjustment knob. Please see
the instructions below for further explanation.
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Press <MENU> until
appears on the LED screen.
Press <ENTER>.
Using <UP> and <DOWN>, select the desired program (
Press <ENTER> to confirm settings.
~
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Preset Colors
This fixture has preprogrammed static color presets. These are accessed via the control panel.
Please see the instructions below for further explanation.
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Press <MENU> until
appears on the LED screen.
Press <ENTER>.
Using <UP> and <DOWN>, select the desired color preset ( ~
Press <ENTER> to confirm settings.
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Custom Static Colors
This fixture has the ability to accept custom static color settings. These are accessed via the
control panel. Please see the instructions below for further explanation.
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Press <MENU> until
appears on the LED screen.
Press <ENTER>.
Using <UP> and <DOWN>, select the desired color (
).
Press <ENTER>.
Using <UP> and <DOWN>, select the desired color value (
~
). By selecting
,
the color will remain off.
Press <ENTER> to continue to the next color (
).
Using <UP> and <DOWN>, select the desired color value (
~
). By selecting
,
the color will remain off.
Repeat steps 6 & 7 until the desired color is obtained. Press <ENTER> to save the final
color setting. This will move the selection to the following color; however, this is necessary
to save the modification.
The colors are represented by the following in the menu map:
= Red (
~
)
= Green (
~
)
= Blue (
~
)
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DMX Channel Values
7-CH Mode
CHANNEL
VALUE
FUNCTION
1
000  255
Red
Dimmer: 0%~100%
2
000  255
Green
Dimmer: 0%~100%
3
000  255
Blue
Dimmer: 0%~100%
4
000  015
016  255
Color Macros (override CH.1~3)
No Function
Color Macros
000  255
Speed (CH.6 @ values 32~223)
Slow~Fast
000  015
016  255
Strobe (RGB mode only)
No Function
Slow~Fast
6
000  031
032  063
064  095
096  127
128  159
160  191
192  223
224  255
Mode
RGB mode
Pulse effect 0%~100% (using RGB faders)
Pulse effect 100%~0% (using RGB faders)
Pulse effect 100%~0%~100% (using RGB faders)
Auto fade transition
Auto snap transition (3 colors)
Auto snap transition (7 colors)
Sound triggering mode
7
000  255
Dimmer
Intensity: 0%~100% (RGB/Macro modes)
5
When CH.6 is set
between 032~223,
CH.5 controls the
speed.
3-CH Mode
CHANNEL
4. Operating Instructions
VALUE
FUNCTION
1
000  255
Red
Dimmer: 0%~100%
2
000  255
Green
Dimmer: 0%~100%
3
000  255
Blue
Dimmer: 0%~100%
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5. APPENDIX
DMX Primer
There are 512 channels in a DMX connection. Channels may be assigned in any manner. A
fixture capable of receiving DMX will require one or a number of sequential channels. The user
must assign a starting address on the fixture that indicates the first channel reserved in the
controller. There are many different types of DMX controllable fixtures and they all may vary in
the total number of channels required. Choosing a start address should be planned in advance.
Channels should never overlap. If they do, this will result in erratic operation of the fixtures whose
starting address is set incorrectly. You can however, control multiple fixtures of the same type
using the same starting address as long as the intended result is that of unison movement or
operation. In other words, the fixtures will be slaved together and all respond exactly the same.
DMX fixtures are designed to receive data through a serial Daisy Chain. A Daisy Chain
connection is where the DATA OUT of one fixture connects to the DATA IN of the next fixture.
The order in which the fixtures are connected is not important and has no effect on how a
controller communicates to each fixture. Use an order that provides for the easiest and most
direct cabling. Connect fixtures using shielded two conductor twisted pair cable with three pin
XLR male to female connectors. The shield connection is pin 1, while pin 2 is Data Negative (S-)
and pin 3 is Data positive (S+).
General Troubleshooting
SYMPTOM
Breaker/Fuse
keeps blowing
Device does not
power up
POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)
 Excessive circuit load
 Short circuit along the power
wires
 Check for a short in the electrical
wiring (internal and/or external).
 No power
 Loose power cord
 Check for power on Mains.
 Check power cord
 Check Control Panel and unit
addressing
 Check DMX cables
 Check polarity switch settings on
the controller
 Check cable connections
 Replace DMX input
 Replace Main PCB
 Use only DMX compatible cables
 Install terminator as suggested.
 Install amplifier right after fixture
with strong signal.
 Install an optically coupled DMX
splitter after unit #32.
 Keep DMX cables separated from
power cables or black lights.
 Wrong DMX addressing
Fixture is not
responding to DMX
POSSIBLE ACTION(S)
 Check total load placed on the
electrical circuit.
 Damaged DMX cables
 Wrong polarity settings on the
controller
 Loose DMX cables
 Faulty DMX interface
 Faulty Main PCB
 Non DMX cables
 Bouncing signals
 Long cable / Low level signal
Loss of signal
 Too many fixtures
 Interference from AC wires
If you still have a problem after trying the above solutions, please contact CHAUVET®
Technical Support.
5. Appendix
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Fixture Linking
You will need a serial data link to run light shows of one or more fixtures using a DMX controller
or to run synchronized shows on two or more fixtures set to a master/slave operating mode. The
combined number of channels required by all the fixtures on a serial data link determines the
number of fixtures the data link can support.
Fixtures on a serial data link must be daisy chained in one single line. To comply with the
EIA-485 standard, no more than 32 fixtures should be connected on one data link.
Connecting more than 32 fixtures on one serial data link without the use of a DMX
optically-isolated splitter may result in deterioration of the digital DMX signal.
Maximum recommended serial data link distance: 500 m (1640 ft)
Maximum recommended number of fixtures on a serial data link: 32
Data Cabling
To link fixtures together you must obtain data cables. You can purchase CHAUVET® certified
DMX cables directly from a dealer/distributor or construct your own cable. If you choose to create
your own cable please use data-grade cables that can carry a high quality signal and are less
prone to electromagnetic interference.
DMX Data Cable
Use a Belden© 9841 or equivalent cable which meets the specifications for EIA RS-485
applications. Standard microphone cables cannot transmit DMX data reliably over long distances.
The cable must have the following characteristics:
Type:
shielded, 2-conductor twisted pair
Maximum capacitance between conductors:
30 pF/ft
Maximum capacitance between conductor and shield:
55 pF/ft
Maximum resistance:
20 ohms/1000 ft
Nominal impedance:
100 ~ 140 ohms
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Cable Connectors
Cabling must have a male XLR connector on one end and a female XLR
connector on the other end.
DMX connector configuration
COMMON
INPUT
1
3
2
DMX +
DMX
-
1
3
2
OUTPUT
Terminator
To avoid signal transmission problems
and interference, it is always advisable to
connect a DMX signal terminator.
1
3
2
120 ohm ¼ W resistor
between pin 2 (DMX -) and
pin 3 (DMX +) on the
output of the last fixture
Do not allow contact between the common and the fixture’s chassis ground. Grounding
the common can cause a ground loop, and your fixture may perform erratically. Test
cables with an ohm meter to verify correct polarity and to make sure the pins are not
grounded or shorted to the shield or each other.
Setting the Starting Address
This DMX mode enables the use of a universal DMX controller device. Each fixture requires a
start address from 1~512. A fixture requiring one or more channels for control begins to read the
data on the channel indicated by the start address. For example, a fixture that uses six DMX
channels and was addressed to start on DMX channel 100, would read data from channels: 100,
101, 102, 103, 104, and 105. Choose start addresses so that the channels used do not overlap,
and note the start address selected for future reference.
If this is your first time addressing a fixture using the DMX control protocol, we suggest jumping
to the “Appendix” section and reading the heading “DMX Primer”. It contains very useful
information that will help you understand its use.
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3-Pin to 5-Pin Conversion Chart
If you use a controller with a 5-pin DMX output connector, you will need to use a 5-pin to
3-pin adapter. The chart below details a proper cable conversion:
3-PIN TO 5-PIN CONVERSION CHART
Conductor
3-Pin Female (Output)
5-Pin Male (Input)
Ground/Shield
Pin 1
Pin 1
Data ( - ) signal
Pin 2
Pin 2
Data ( + ) signal
Pin 3
Pin 3
Not used
Pin 4
Not used
Pin 5
Setting up a DMX Serial Data Link
1. Connect the (male) 3-pin connector side of
the DMX cable to the output (female) 3-pin
connector of the controller.
Universal DMX Controller
2. Connect the end of the cable coming from the
controller which will have a (female) 3-pin
connector to the input connector of the next
fixture consisting of a (male) 3-pin connector.
This drawing
provides a general
illustration of the
DMX input/output
panel of a lighting
fixture.
3. Then, proceed to connect from the output as
stated above to the input of the following
fixture and so on.
Continue the link
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General Maintenance
To maintain optimum performance and minimize wear, fixtures should be cleaned frequently.
Usage and environment are contributing factors in determining frequency. As a general rule,
fixtures should be cleaned at least twice a month. Dust build up reduces light output performance
and can cause overheating. This can lead to reduced lamp life and increased mechanical wear.
Be sure to power off fixture before conducting maintenance.
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Unplug fixture from power.
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Use a vacuum or air compressor and a soft brush to remove dust collected on external
vents.
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Clean all glass when the fixture is cold with a mild solution of glass cleaner or Isopropyl
Alcohol and a soft lint free cotton cloth or lens tissue.
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Apply solution to the cloth or tissue and drag dirt and grime to the outside of the lens.
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Gently polish optical surfaces until they are free of haze and lint.
The cleaning of external optical lenses and/or mirrors must be carried out periodically to optimize
light output. Cleaning frequency depends on the environment in which the fixture operates.
Damp, smoky or particularly dirty surroundings can cause greater accumulation of dirt on the
unit’s optics. Clean with soft cloth using normal glass cleaning fluid. Clean the external optics at
least every 20 days. Clean the fixture at least every 30/60 days.
Always dry the parts carefully after cleaning them.
Never spin a fan using compressed air.
Returns Procedure
Returned merchandise must be sent prepaid and in the original packing; call tags will not be
issued. Package must be clearly labeled with a Return Merchandize Authorization Number (RMA
#). Products returned without the RMA # will be refused. Call CHAUVET® and request an RMA #
prior to shipping the fixture. Be prepared to provide the model number, serial number and a brief
description of the cause for the return. Be sure to pack fixture properly; any shipping damage
resulting from inadequate packaging is 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 product(s).
If you are given an RMA #, please include the following information on a piece of paper
inside the box:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Your name
Your address
Your phone number
The RMA #
A brief description of the symptoms
Claims
Damage incurred in shipping is the responsibility of the shipper; therefore, the damage must be
reported to the carrier upon receipt of merchandise. It is the customer's responsibility to notify
and submit claims with the shipper in the event that a fixture is damaged due to shipping. Any
other claim for items such as missing component/part, damage not related to shipping, and
concealed damage, must be made within seven (7) days of receiving merchandise.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
WEIGHT & DIMENSIONS
Length.......................................................................................................... 7.3 in (185 mm)
Width ........................................................................................................... 8.1 in (206 mm)
Height ............................................................................................................ 2.5 in (64 mm)
Weight ........................................................................................................... 1.8 lbs (0.8 kg)
POWER
Auto-ranging power supply.............................................................. 100~240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption @ 120 V ................................................. 9 W (0.1 A) max, 0.2 A inrush
Power Consumption @ 230 V ................................................. 9 W (0.1 A) max, 0.2 A inrush
Power output..................................................................................................... 43 units max
Fuse ................................................................................................................. F 1 A, 250 V
LIGHT SOURCE
LED ....................................................................................... 75 (25 red, 25 green, 25 blue)
PHOTO OPTIC
Lux @ 1 m ................................................................................................................... 1,500
Beam angle......................................................................................................................17°
Field angle .......................................................................................................................29°
THERMAL
Maximum ambient temperature ...................................................................... 104° F (40° C)
ORDERING INFORMATION
SlimPAR™ 38 ....................................................................................................SLIMPAR38
WARRANTY INFORMATION
Warranty ........................................................................................... 2-year limited warranty
CONTACT US
World Wide
General Information
CHAUVET®
5200 NW 108th Ave
Sunrise, FL 33351
voice: 954.929.1115
fax:
954.929.5560
toll free: 800.762.1084
Technical Support
CHAUVET®
5200 NW 108th Ave
Sunrise, FL 33351
voice: 954.929.1115 (Press 4)
fax:
954.929.5560 (Attention: Service)
World Wide Web
www.chauvetlighting.com
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