Elation Professional 700 II Security Camera User Manual

POWER SPOT 700 II
User Manual
Revised 5/14/08 - visage
Power Spot 700 II™
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction ..............................................................................................................5
Unpacking .........................................................................................................5
Customer Support .............................................................................................5
Discharge Lamp Precautions ............................................................................6
2. Safety Instructions...................................................................................................8
3. Features.......................................................................................................................9
4. General Guidelines...................................................................................................10
5. Fixture Layout ........................................................................................................12
6. Mounting and Installation .....................................................................................16
7. Understanding DMX………………………………………………………………………19
7.1 DMX-512 .........................................................................................................19
7.2 DMX Linking ....................................................................................................19
7.3 DMX Cables ....................................................................................................19
7.4 DMX Termination ............................................................................................20
7.5 DMX Addressing .............................................................................................21
8. Fixture Menu...........................................................................................................23
8.1 Setting the DMX - Address (D001)..................................................................24
8.2 Test Program (TEST) ......................................................................................25
8.3 Audio Program ................................................................................................25
8.3 Lamp On/Off (LAMP).......................................................................................26
8.5 Reset (RESE)..................................................................................................26
8.6 Running Time (lamp/unit) (TIME) ....................................................................26
8.7 Invert Pan Movement (RPAN).........................................................................26
8.8 Invert Tilt Movement (RTLT) ...........................................................................27
8.9 Special Functions (SPEC)...............................................................................27
8.9.1 Manual Drive (MANU)...........................................................................27
8.9.2 Lamp On (automatic) (LAAU) ...............................................................27
8.9.3 Lamp Off (via DMX) ..............................................................................28
8.9.4 DMX Input (DLOF)................................................................................28
8.9.5 LED Display (DISP) .............................................................................29
8.9.6 Fixture Temperature (TEMP)................................................................29
8.9.7 Fan Control (FANS) .............................................................................30
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8.9.8 Adjustments and Calibrations (ADJU) .................................................31
8.9.9 Default Settings (DFSE) .......................................................................32
8.9.10 Feedback (FEED) .................................................................................32
8.9.11 Fault Corrections (EFLD).....................................................................32
8.10 Error and Information Messages .....................................................................32
9. Operating Modes....................................................................................................34
9.1 Universal DMX Control....................................................................................34
9.2 Stand Alone (Sound Active) ............................................................................34
9.3 Master-Slave ...................................................................................................35
10. DMX Channel Traits (DMX Protocol) .....................................................................37
11. Lamp Replacement ................................................................................................47
11.1 Safety Regulations ..........................................................................................47
11.2 Lamp Optimization ..........................................................................................48
12. Fuse Replacement .................................................................................................50
13. Optical Effects Module ..........................................................................................51
13.1 Safety Considerations .....................................................................................51
13.2 Removing the Effects Module .........................................................................51
14. Changing/Replacing Gobos/Colors .....................................................................55
14.1 General Guidelines..........................................................................................55
14.2 Changing Gobos .............................................................................................57
14.3 Chaniging Color Filters....................................................................................57
14.4 Gobo Patterns .................................................................................................58
15. Maintenance and Cleaning....................................................................................59
16. Warranty .................................................................................................................61
17. Photometric Data ...................................................................................................63
18. Dimensions.............................................................................................................64
19. Technical Specification .........................................................................................65
20. Index........................................................................................................................67
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INTRODUCTION: Congratulations, you have just purchased one of the most innovative
and reliable lighting fixtures on the market today! The Power Spot 700 II™, has been
designed to perform reliably for years when the guidelines in this booklet are followed.
Please read and understand the instructions in this manual carefully and thoroughly before
attempting to operate this unit. These instructions contain important information regarding
safety during use and maintenance.
UNPACKING: Thank you for purchasing the Power Spot 700 II™ by Elation
Professional®. Every Power Spot 700 II™ has been thoroughly tested and has been
shipped in perfect operating condition. Carefully check the shipping carton for damage that
may have occurred during shipping. If the carton appears to be damaged, carefully inspect
your unit for damage and be sure all accessories necessary to operate the unit have
arrived intact. In the event damage has been found or parts are missing, please contact
our customer support team for further instructions. Please do not return this unit to your
dealer without first contacting customer support at the number listed below.
CUSTOMER SUPPORT: Elation Professional® provides a customer support line, to
provide set up help and to answer any question should you encounter problems during
your set up or initial operation. You may also visit us on the web at
www.elationlighting.com for any comments or suggestions. For service related issue
please contact Elation Professional®. Service Hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time.
Voice:
(866) 245-6726
Fax:
(323) 832-9142
E-mail:
support@elationlighting.com
Forum:
www.ElationLighting.com/forum/
Warning! To prevent or reduce the risk of electrical shock or fire, do not expose this unit to
rain or moisture.
Caution! There are no user serviceable parts inside this unit. Do not attempt any repairs
yourself, doing so will void your manufactures warranty.
Please do not discard the shipping carton in the trash. Please recycle whenever possible.
WARRANTY REGISTRATION: The Power Spot 700 II™ carries a two year (730 days)
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limited warranty. Please fill out the enclosed warranty card to validate your purchase. All
returned service items whether under warranty or not, must be freight pre-paid and
accompany a return authorization (R.A.) number. The R.A. number must be clearly written
on the outside of the return package. A brief description of the problem as well as the R.A.
number must also be written down on a piece of paper and included in the shipping
container. If the unit is under warranty, you must provide a copy of your proof of purchase
invoice. Items returned without a R.A. number clearly marked on the outside of the
package will be refused and returned at customer’s expense. You may obtain a R.A.
number by contacting customer support at (323) 582-3322.
DISCHARGE LAMP WARNING: This fixture is fitted with a discharge
lamp, which is highly susceptible to damage if improperly handled.
Never touch the lamp with your bare hands, as the oil from your hands
will shorten lamp life. Also, never move the fixture until the lamps have
had ample time to cool. Remember, lamps are not covered under
warranty conditions.
This fixture emits intense UV radiation, which is harmful to the eyes and skin. The intense
luminance of the lamp can cause severe damage to the retina. Never operate this fixture
with the protective covers removed, these covers have been specially designed to shield
against UV radiation.
Epileptic Warning: Those suffering from epilepsy should avoid looking directly into the
lamp at all times.
Avoid switching the fixture on and off repeatedly in short intervals, as this will reduce lamp
life and intensity.
To achieve the intensity associated with discharge lamps, these lamps use a gas sealed in
a high-pressure environment to emit a brilliant output. Due to the high pressure involved
with the construction of the lamp, the lamp may explode during prolonged extensive use.
This risk is increased with age; added care is encouraged when dealing with older lamps.
Thus, lamp should always be replaced at the end of their recommended duty cycle.
Extreme caution should be used when operated this or any fixture fitted with a gas
discharge lamp.
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Never open this fixture while in use!
During the initial operation of this fixture, a light smoke or smell may emit from the interior
of the fixture. This is a normal process and is caused by excess paint in the interior of the
casing burning off from the heat associated with the lamp.
This device falls under protection-class 1. Therefore it is essential that the device be
grounded properly.
All electrical connections must performed by qualified personal.
Be sure the available voltage matches the voltage requirements of the unit.
Be sure the power cord is never crimped or damaged. If the power cord is damaged,
replace it immediately with a new one of similar power rating.
Always disconnect from main power before performing any type of service or any cleaning
procedure.
Only handle the power cord by the plug. Never pull out the plug by tugging the wire portion
of the cord.
Please be aware that damages caused by modifications to the device are not subject
to warranty.
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2.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The Power Spot 700 II™ is an extremely sophisticated piece of
electronic equipment. To guarantee a smooth operation, it is
important to follow the guidelines in this manual. The
manufacturer of this device will not accept responsibility for
damages resulting from the misuse of this fixture due to the
disregard of the information printed in this manual.
1. Always be sure that the fan and the air inlets remain clean and are never
blocked. Allow about 6” (15cm) between this fixture and other devices or a wall to
allow for proper cooling.
2. Never touch the fixture during normal operation. This can cause severe personal
injuries and/or damage to the fixture.
3. Be sure to unplug the POWER SPOT 700 II™ from the power outlet before
performing any service related issues.
4. Lamp Replacement; Allow at least 30 minutes after disconnecting main power
before you open the POWER SPOT 700 II™. To prevent personal injury, never
touch the lamp if you are not absolutely sure it has cooled.
5. Never look directly into the lamp beam. You risk injury to your retina, which may
induce blindness.
6. Be sure to track and record the lamp running time. The lamp should be changed
at the end of the specified lamp life, regardless of lamp output. You may also
have to change the lamp if it shows any deformations or damage. The same is
with all glass components, color filters, lenses and mirrors.
7. For safe operation, follow the Installation guide described in chapter two of this
manual. Operating the POWER SPOT 700 II™ without suited safety aids such as
safety cables or clamps can increase the risk of damage and/or personal injury.
8. Installation should only be performed by qualified and certified personal.
9. When mounting this fixture, use only the original rigging parts included with this
fixture. Any structural modification will void the original manufactures warranty
and may increase the risk of damage and/or personal injury.
10. To reduce the risk of fire or shock, do not expose this unit to rain or moisture.
11. Do not attempt to operate this fixture if the power cord is frayed or damaged.
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3. FEATURES
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Pan 530° / Tilt 280°
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3 operation mode: DMX controlled, stand alone or sound activated
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Electronic Power Supply
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Control board with 4-digit display
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Digital display can be turned 180° to fit different installation position
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2 Color Wheels:
o Color Wheel: 16 User exchangeable colors
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3 Gobo Wheels:
o Fixed: 9 plus open
o Rotating: 14 User replaceable plus open
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Auto test for all functions
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Automatic Pan/Tilt Correction
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Glass Dichroic Reflector for Even Lamp Output
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Anti-Reflective Coated Lenses
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Brilliant MSR700/2 Lamp (700w, 1000Hrs, 7200K)
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USITT DMX-512 Complaint
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Value of each DMX-channel can be displayed
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Uses 24 DMX Channels (16-bit mode)
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Variable Frost Filter
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3-Facet Prism
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User Replaceable Color and Gobos
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Intergraded Tilt Lock System
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Modular Construction
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Variable Zoom: 14˚~32˚ (Beam Angle)
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Motor Driven Focus
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Variable Iris (4%~100%)
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4. GENERAL GUIDELINES
This fixture is a professional lighting effect designed for use on stage, in nightclubs, in
theatres, etc. Do not attempt operation or installation without a proper knowledge on how
to so.
This fixture was designed for indoor use only.
Consistent operational breaks may ensure that the fixture will function properly for many
years to come.
Do not shake the fixture around. Avoid brute force when installing or operating the device.
While choosing an installation location, please be sure that the fixture will not be exposed
to extreme heat, moisture or dust. The minimum distance between the fixture and a wall or
flat surface should be at least .5 meter (about 1.5ft).
Always install the fixture with an appropriate safety cable. When installing the fixture in a
suspended environment always be to use mounting hardware no less than M10 x 25 mm,
also be sure the hardware is insert in the pre-arranged screw holes in the base of the
fixture.
When using the quick release “Omega” cam-lock system, be sure the four quick lock
fasteners are locked in the quick lock holes correctly, see page 16 for more information on
the proper mounting procedures.
Do not attempt to operate this fixture until you have familiarized yourself with its functions.
Do not permit operation by persons not qualified for operating this type of theatrical fixture;
most damages are the result of operation by person unfamiliar with the operation of this
type of fixture.
If service is ever required, please use the original packaging to transport the fixture in for
service.
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Transportation and Handling
The POWER SPOT 700 II™ comes with two carrying handles built into the base. Always
transport the fixture by these handles. Never lift or carry the POWER SPOT 700 II™ by the
yoke (head assembly) this can seriously damage the unit and will void your manufactures
warranty.
Connections
Power supply:
Electronic ballast with:
90~260 Volts, 50~60 Hz,
Grounded contact type plug – Neutrik Powercon
Connected load 1000W <=> 4.5 A (blind current compensation).
NOTE: The universal power supply will accept any voltage source as detailed above
without any type of internal or user modifications.
DMX:
USITT DMX 512 Standard input/output, 3 pole connectors.
[+] = Pin 3 / [-] = Pin 2 / [Ground] = Pin 1
Fuse Requirements:
The POWER SPOT 700 II’s electronic and lamp systems are protected by two GMA
(5x20mm) external fuses:
Lamp: 250v/10A (120v Operation) or 250v/5A (220v Operation)
Electronics: 250v/2A (120v Operation) or 250v/1A (220v Operation)
The fuse requirements are clearly printed on the side of the fixture.
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Always disconnect main power before changing the fuse!
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Always replace with the exact same type fuse unless otherwise specified by
an authorized Elation® service technician. Replacing with anything other than
the specified fuse can severely damage your fixture and will void your
manufactures warranty.
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5. FIXTURE LAYOUT
1. Moving Head
2. Carrying Handles
3. LED Menu Display
4. Head Tilt Lock
5. Omega Clamp
6. Ethernet Jack
7. 5-Pin DMX Out
Connector
8. 5-Pin DMX In
connector
9. Microphone
Sensitivity
10. Build-In Microphone
11. Software-Update
Connector
12. 3-Pin DMX Out
Connector
13. 3-Pin DMX In
Connector
14. Carrying Handle
15. Power On/Off
16. Lamp Fuse
17. Fan (air inlet/outlet)
18. Main Power Supply
(Powercon)
19. Electronics Fuse
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Side View - Menu and Display
20.4-Segment LED Menu
Display
20
21
22 23
24
21. Mode Button
22. Enter Button
23. Up Button
24. Down Button
1. Head Assembly – The head assembly consist of the main output lens, and either
the standard or CMY control module.
2. Carrying Handle – The fixtures includes two built-in carrying handles. Be sure to
always handle the fixture by the built-in carrying handles. Never lift or carry the
fixture by the head or retaining arms as this could cause serious damage to the
fixture and void your manufactures warranty.
3. 4-Segment Menu Display – This display details all the various menu functions.
See page 23 for a detailed breakdown of the operating menu.
4. Tilt Lock – This lock will hold the head assembly in place for transportation
and/or service. Depress the lock button to lock and unlock the head assembly.
The head will lock in a 90˚ or 45˚ orientation. Always be sure to unlock the head
assembly before applying main power to the unit. Failure to do so will result in a
start-up error and may damage the unit.
5. Omega Clamp - This fixture uses a cam-lock clamp system that allows a quick
and efficient means to secure a clamp to the unit. To attach a clamp to the unit,
attach a clamp that is rated to handle the weight of the unit to your omega clamp.
After a clamp has been attached to the omega clamp, attach the cam locks to the
designated position on the bottom of your unit. Lock the cam locks into position by
turning the wing nuts 90°. See page 17 for proper clamp mounting and assembly.
6. Ethernet Jack – This jack is used for arcnet DMX protocol.
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7. 5-PIN DMX Output Jack (CMY Version Only) – This 5-Pin XLR jack is used to
send an outgoing DMX signal. For best results this jack should be terminated if it
is the last fixture in a DMX daisy-chain (see termination on page 20).
8. 5-Pin DMX Input Jack (CMY Version Only) - This 5-Pin XLR jack is used to
receive an incoming DMX signal.
9. Microphone Sensitivity Adjustment Knob – This knob is used to adjust the
frequency sensitivity of the internal microphone when operating in “audio” mode.
When the knob is turned counter-clockwise the unit is less sensitive to sound.
When the knob is turned clockwise the unit is more sensitive sound.
10. Built-In Microphone – The built-in microphone is used to pick-up sound impulse
that are used to chase the built-in programs in Sound-Active control.
11. Firmware Connection – This connector is for use by an authorized technician
only. This connector is used to upgrade the operating software and to test the
fixture.
12. 3-PIN DMX Output Jack – This 3-Pin XLR jack is used to send an outgoing DMX
signal. For best results this jack should be terminated if it is the last fixture in a
DMX daisy-chain (see termination on page 14).
13. 3-PIN DMX Input Jack – This 3-Pin XLR jack is used to receive an incoming
DMX signal.
14. Carrying Handle – The fixtures includes two built-in carrying handles. Be sure to
always handle the fixture by the built-in carrying handles. Never lift or carry the
fixture by the head or retaining arms as this could cause serious damage to the
fixture and void your manufactures warranty.
15. Power Switch – The switch is used to control main power to fixture’s electronics.
16. Lamp Fuse Holder – This housing holds a 250v/10A GMA fuse (120v operation).
Never defeat this fuse. This fuse is designed to protect the lamp in the event of
severer power fluctuations. In the event of fuse failure, always be sure to replace
this fuse with an exact match unless otherwise instructed by an authorized Elation
technician.
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17. Internal Cooling Fan – This fixture is equipped with two high-velocity variable
speed fans mounted in the base to aid in the cooling process. These fans are
designed to vary their velocity at different operating temperatures. When the
fixture reaches a predetermined internal operating temperature the fans function
at high speeds. The higher speeds provide better cooling associated with higher
operating temperatures during long use. When the fixture is operating at a lower
temperature the fans operate at low speed. Be sure to keep all vents clean,
blocked cooling vents can shorten lamp life and reduce the fixtures reliability. For
more information on the fan functions see page 30, section 8.10.7.
18. Powercon Connector – This power jack is only designed to be used with the
Neutrik Powercon adapter included with your fixture. This jack provides main
power to your fixture.
19. Electronics Fuse Holder – This housing holds a 250v/2A GMA fuse (120v
operation). Never defeat this fuse, this fuse is designed to protect the electronics
in the event of severer power fluctuations. In the event of fuse failure, always be
sure to replace this fuse with an exact match unless otherwise instructed by an
authorized Elation technician.
20. 4-Segment Menu Display – This display details menu functions.
21. Mode Select Button – This button is used to access the fixture’s main system
menu and on-board programming functions.
22. Enter Select Button – This button is used to select and confirm a menu function
when working in the fixture’s operating system.
23. Down Select Button – This button is used to scroll backwards when navigating
through the system menu.
24. Up Select Button - This button is used to scroll forward when navigating through
the system menu.
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6. MOUNTING AND INSTALLATION
Cautions:
For added protection mount the fixtures in areas outside walking paths, seating areas, or in
areas were unauthorized personnel might reach the fixture.
Before mounting the fixture to any surface, make sure that the installation area can hold a
minimum point load of 10 times the device’s weight.
Fixture installation must always be secured with a secondary safety attachment, such as
an appropriate safety cable.
Mounting
The POWER SPOT 700 II™ is fully operational in two different mounting positions,
hanging upside or set on a flat level surface. To avoid internal damage to the unit, never
mount the unit on its side as illustrated below. Be sure this fixture is kept at least 1.5 feet
away from any flammable materials (decoration etc.). Install a safety cable that can hold at
least 10 times the weight of the fixture. Never use the carrying handles for secondary
attachment.
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Refer to regulations BGV C1 (formerly VBG 70) and DIN VDE
0711-217 for proper installation in Europe
To ensure proper installation, only qualified staff should
attempt installation.
Mounting points
Overhead mounting requires extensive experience, including amongst others calculating
working load limits, a fine knowledge of the installation material being used, and periodic
safety inspection of all installation material and the fixture. If you lack these qualifications,
do not attempt the installation yourself. Improper installation can result in bodily injury.
CAUTION!
Be sure a qualified
connections.
electrician
performs
all
electrical
Be sure to complete all rigging and installation procedures before connecting the power
cord to the appropriate wall outlet.
Clamps
The POWER SPOT 700 II™ has been designed to hold multiple clamps to the bottom of
the unit in several different orientations. Always use an appropriately rated clamp to mount
this unit to truss. Refer to the printed instructions on the bottom of the fixture for proper
clamp installation.
a) Cam lock System: This system allows a quick and efficient means to
secure a clamp to the unit. To attach a clamp to the unit, attach a clamp
that is rated to handle the weight of the unit to your cam lock. After a clamp
has been attached to the cam lock, attach the cam locks to the designated
position on the bottom of your unit. Lock the cam locks into position by
turning the wing nuts 90°.
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90°
b) Be sure to always use two cam locks mounted to the bottom of unit to
ensure safe truss mounting (each two opposite threads max. M10x20).
Secure the POWER SPOT 700 II™
Regardless of the rigging option you choose for your POWER SPOT 700 II™ always be
sure to secure your fixture with a safety cable. The fixture provides a built-in rigging point
for a safety cable on the underside of the fixture, be sure to use this point and never
secure a safety cable to a carrying handle.
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7. UNDERSTANDING DMX
DMX-512: DMX is short for Digital Multiplex. This is a universal protocol used by most
lighting and controller manufactures as a form of communication between intelligent
fixtures and controllers. DMX allows all makes and models of different manufactures to be
linked together and operate from a single controller. This is possible as long as all the
fixtures and the controller are DMX compliant. A DMX controller sends the DMX data
instructions to the fixture allowing the user to control the different aspects of an intelligent
light. DMX data is sent out as serial data that travels from fixture to fixture via data “IN” and
data “OUT” XLR terminals located on the fixtures (most controllers will only have output
jacks).
DMX Linking: To ensure proper DMX data transmission always use proper DMX cables
(not microphone cables) and a terminator. When using several DMX fixtures try to use the
shortest cable path possible. Never split a DMX line with a “Y” style connector. The order
in which the fixtures are connected in a DMX line does not influence the DMX addressing.
For example; a fixture assigned a DMX address of 1 may be placed anywhere in the DMX
chain, at the beginning, at the end, or anywhere in the middle. The DMX controller knows
to send data assigned to address 1 to that fixture no matter where it is located in the DMX
chain. The DMX address is set electronically using the controls on the LCD menu.
Data Cable (DMX Cable) Requirements (For DMX and Master/Slave Operation): Your
fixture and your DMX controller require a standard 3-pin or 5-pin XLR connector for data
input and data output (the figure on the next page is of a 3-Pin XLR connector). If you are
making your own cables, be sure to use two conductor shielded DMX cable rated at 120
ohms; this cable is designed for DMX transmission and may be purchased from your
Elation dealer or at most professional lighting retailers. Keep in mind that although
microphone cable may look similar to DMX cable it does not share the same resistance
rating and may be susceptible to line interference. Please always use proper DMX cables
for your data transmission. Your cables should be made with a male and female XLR
connector on either end of the cable. Also, remember that a DMX line must be daisy
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chained and cannot be split, unless using an approved DMX splitter such as the Elation
Opto Branch 4™ or DMX Branch/4™.
Be sure to follow the above figure when making your own cables. Do not use the ground
lug on the XLR connector. Do not connect the cable’s shield conductor to the ground lug or
allow the shield conductor to come in contact with the XLR’s outer casing. Grounding the
shield could cause a short circuit and erratic behavior.
DMX-512 control connection
Connect the provided XLR cable to the female 3-pin XLR output of your controller and the
other side to the male 3-pin XLR input of the moving head (Please refer to the diagram
below.). You can chain multiple moving heads together through serial linking. The cable
needed should be two conductor, shielded cable with XLR input and output connectors.
Always be sure daisy chain your in and out data connections, never split or “Y” your DMX
connections unless you are using an approved DMX splitter such as the Elation Opto
Branch 4™ or DMX Branch/4™.
DMX-512 connection with DMX terminator
A DMX terminator should be used in all DMX lines especially in longer runs. The use of a
terminator may avoid erratic behavior in your DMX line. A terminator is a 120 ohm 1/4 watt
resistor that is connected between pins 2 and 3 of a male XLR connector (DATA + and
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DATA -). This fixture is inserted in the female XLR connector of the last fixture in your
daisy chain to terminate the line. Using a line terminator (Elation part: DMX T PACK) will
decrease the possibilities of erratic behavior.
5-Pin XLR DMX Connectors. Some manufactures use 5-pin XLR connectors for DATA
transmission in place of 3-pin. 5-pin XLR fixtures may be implemented in a 3-pin XLR DMX
line. When inserting standard 5-pin XLR connectors in to a 3-pin line a cable adaptor must
be used, these adaptors are readily available at most electric stores. The following chart
details a proper cable conversion.
Fixture DMX addressing;
All fixtures should be given a DMX starting address when using a DMX controller, so the
correct fixture responds to the correct control signal. This digital starting address is the
channel number from which the fixture starts to “listen” to the digital control information
sent out from the DMX controller. The allocation of this starting DMX address is achieved
by setting the correct DMX address on the digital display located on the head of the fixture.
You can set the same starting address for all fixtures or a group of fixtures, or set different
address for each individual fixture. Be advised that setting all you fixtures to the same
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DMX address will subsequently control all fixtures in the same fashion, in other words,
changing the settings of one channel will affect all the fixtures simultaneously.
If you set each fixture to a different DMX address, each unit will start to “listen” to the
channel number you have set, based on the quantity of control channels (DMX channels)
of each fixture. That means changing the settings of one channel will only affect the
selected fixture.
In the case of the Power Spot 700 II™, which is a 21 channel fixture, you should set the
starting DMX address of the first unit to 1, the second unit to 22 (21 + 1), the third unit to
43 (21 + 22), and so on.
Note: During start-up the Power Spot 700 II™, will automatically detect whether a DMX
data signal is being received or not. If DMX data signal is being received, the display will
show "D.XXX" (XXX representing the actual DMX address). If the fixture is not receiving a
DMX signal the display will flash "D.XXX" (XXX representing the actual DMX address).
If your fixture is connected to a DMX controller and the display is flashing (not receiving a
DMX signal), please check the following:
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The 3-PIN or 5-PIN XLR input plug (cable with DMX signal from controller) is
not connected or is not inserted completely into the DMX input jack of the
fixture.
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The DMX controller is switched off or defective.
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The DMX cable or connector is defective.
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A DMX terminator has been inserted into the last fixture in your DMX chain.
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8. FIXTURE MENU
 DOWN - UP 
RPAN
RTLT
DMOD
SPEC
Level
3
ASLW
AFST
MSTR
SVPT
SIZE
POWR
LA1
LA2
NORM
EXT
MANU
LAAU
DLOF
DMXI
DISP
LHEA
LBAS
TEMP
D ON
REV
MODE
LAMP
RESE
TIME
Level
2
MODE ENTER DOWN
Display
DOWN ENTER
Level
1
D001
TEST
AUDI
MODE ENTER DOWN UP
UP
UP
The control panel located on the side of the fixture allows you to
access the main menu and make all necessary adjustments to the
POWER SPOT 700™. During normal operation, tapping the
“MODE” key once will access the fixture’s main menu. Once in the
main menu you can navigate through the different functions and
access the sub-menus with the Up and Down buttons. Once you
reach a field that requires adjusting, tap the ENTER button to
activate that field and use the UP and Down button to adjust the
field. Tapping the Enter button once more will confirm your setting.
Once a setting is saved the LED will briefly readout OK to confirm
a new setting has been made and locked into memory. You may
exit the main menu at any time without making any adjustments by
tapping the MODE button.
Remark
Define the DMX start address
Test program of all functions
Self-running audio program (slow)
Self-running audio program (fast)
Master for the audio program
Basic position for the audio program
Size for the audio program (NORM-BIG-MIDLSMAL)
Switch on/of the lamp direct at the Power Spot 700
Reset
Running time of the fixture (no destructible)
Running time of the lamp (erasable)
Running time of the lamp (no destructible)
Reverse Pan-direction
Reverse Tilt-direction
DMX Mode: Defines the number of DMX channels
DMX Mode NORM has to be selected at the
moment.
Manual drive of all device functions
Automatic lamp start
Switch off lamp via DMX
Reed out actual DMX-values
Display On/Off
Twist the display (also pushing Up/Down keys at
the same time)
Function not yet in use
Function not yet in use
Internal Temperature Reading
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FANS
ADJU
COAD
DFSE
FEED
EFLG
HIGH
REG
LOOF
LOHI
CODE
xxxx
COL1
COL2
GOB1
GOB2
GOB3
SH T
SH B
PRIS
IRIS
POFS
TOFS
CLRE
ARES
VTIL
VTR1
VTR2
VTR3
DBUG
CODE
XXXX
COL2
COL1
Reed out internal temperature
Maximum cooling fan velocity
Automatic cooling fan control
Low cooling fan speed  lamp off
Use the code for entering the calibration menu (for
authorized persons only)
Calibration of the color wheel 1
Calibration of the color wheel 2
Calibration of the gobo wheel 1
Calibration of the gobo wheel 2
Calibration of the gobo wheel 3
Calibration Shutter: Top side
Calibration Shutter: Bottom side
Calibration of the prism wheel
Calibration of the iris
Calibration of the Pan-Offsets
Calibration of the Tilt-Offsets
Settings in the internal memory (super-user only)
Adjust Reset (wheels stand still after the reset)
Software version Tilt-board
Software version driver board 1
Software version driver board 2
Software version driver board 3
Function not yet in use
Use the code for entering the calibration menu (for
authorized persons only)
Coarse calibration of the color wheel 2
Coarse calibration of the color wheel 1
Call on the default function values
Pan/Tilt feedback (error correction) On/Off
Correction of faults
8.1 Setting/Changing the DMX Address
After applying power to the POWER SPOT 700™ the LED will display the fixture’s
current DMX address immediately after the reset sequence. If the fixture is not
receiving a DMX signal the display will flash continuously.
D001
To set or adjust a DMX address, please follow the procedure below:
1. Switch on the POWER SPOT 700™ and wait for the fixture reset process to
finished ('RESE' will flash in the LED while fixture is in reset mode).
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2. Press the Mode button to access the main menu. Toggle through the menu by
pressing the Up and Down buttons until the display shows D001. Tap the enter
button to make changes to the address, the current three digit address will
immediately begin to flash.
3. While the current three-digit address is flashing, use the Up and Down buttons to
select adjust the address. Lock your new address into the unit’s memory by
pressing the Enter button. After the new address has been successfully stored
into the fixture’s memory the LED will briefly readout OK.
The DMX address is non-destructible and will remain in the fixture’s memory even
when the power has been switched off. Memory is backed-up and retained by an
internal power source with a five year shelf life.
8.2 Test Program
Test
The Test Program engages the fixture’s internal test mode. This function runs a
complete test procedure of all functions. Press Enter to launch the self-test or the
Mode button to cancel and return to the main menu.
8.3 Audio Program
AUDI
The Audio menu allows you to run a stand-alone audio program. This program can
run either fast (AFST) or slow (Aslw); Fast (AFST): When running in “fast” mode
every sound impulse will trigger a new step. (Aslw): When running in You may run
several fixtures together at once to achieve a synchronized light show running to
sound in a Master/Slave configuration.
Additionally you can choose a basic position for this audio chaser. Use either the
internal manual mode or an external DMX controller to set the desired Pan/Tilt
position. Confirm this setting in the SVPT menu by pressing the Enter button.
You can also set the size of the audio chaser in the SIZE menu. You have the choice
between: NORM (no basic position has to bee chosen), 'BIG', 'MIDL' and 'SMAL').
If you want to run several units in a Master/Slave system be sure designate your first
unit in the chain as the master. All others must be "Slave" Master = OFF. Notice:
The Audio function is only working if no DMX is connected.
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8.4 Lamp On/Off
LAMP
This function allows you to manually control the lamp operation. Access the lamp
function in the main menu and use the use the Up and Down buttons to toggle
between lamp On and lamp Off. Press the Enter button to confirm the operation or
the Mode button to cancel and return to the main menu. (The lamp OFF command
will only functions if and when the shutter is closed at the same time).
8.5 Reset
RESE
This function will rest and return all motors to the home position. Access the reset
function in the main menu and press the Enter button to engage the reset function
(RST will readout in the display).
8.6 Running Time (lamp/unit)
TIME
This menu function will read out three different fixture running times.
POWR
Fixture running time (non destructible). Total running time logged by the
unit.
LA 1
Lamp running time (erasable). Press and hold down the Up and Down
buttons together for three seconds to reset this function.
LA 2
Lamp running time (non destructible). Total lamp hours logged by the
unit
8.7 Invert Pan Movement
RPAN
This function allows you to invert all pan movements. Use the Up and Down buttons
to turn this function On and Off. Press the Enter button to accept the change or the
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Mode button to cancel and return to the main menu.
8.8 Invert Tilt Movement
RTLT
This function allows you to invert all tilt movements. Use the Up and Down buttons to
turn this function On and Off. Press the Enter button to accept the change or the
Mode button to cancel and return to the main menu.
8.9 Special Functions
SPEC
This menu option accesses several special features and function of the POWER
SPOT 700™. The SPEC sub-menu consists of several sub-menus. Navigation
details of the special functions and their sub-menus are as followed:
8.9.1 Manual Drive
MANU
This feature allows you to drive all the unit’s functions manually for use in an
environment that requires a static position (no movements), determining focus
points, or testing. Use the Up and Down buttons to select the function you
wish to adjust, then use the Enter button to accept your selection. Now adjust
the values with the Up and Down buttons and use the Enter button to lock in
your value. Use the Mode button to cancel at any time.
Function
PAN
TILT
COL1
COL2
GOB1
GRT1
Value
000
000
000
000
000
000
-
255
255
255
255
255
255
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Pan Position
Tilt Position
Color wheel 1
Color wheel 2
Gobo wheel 1
Gobo wheel 1 rotation
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GOB2
GRT2
GOB3
SHUT
000
000
000
000
-
255
255
255
255
Gobo wheel 2
Gobo wheel 2 rotation
Gobo wheel 3
DIMR
FOCU
ZOOM
FRST
PRIS
IRIS
SPEC
MOVE
SPED
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
-
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
Dimmer
Focus
Zoom
Frost
Prism (000 – 127) / Stop / Prism- rotation
Iris
Lamp Off, Reset, ...
Movements
Speed for Pan/Tilt
Shutter/Strobe functions ~ Lamp will strike at
a channel value of 255 if the dimmer channel
is at a value of 255 (Open)
8.9.2 Lamp On (automatic lamp strike)
LAAU
This function automatically strikes lamp when main power is turned on. If you
would prefer to strike the lamp through a DMX controller you must turn this
function off. To toggle between “OFF” and “ON” use the Up and Down
buttons. Use the Enter button to confirm your setting.
Please note: ON is the default setting for this function.
8.9.3 Lamp Off via DMX
DLOF
This function allows the lamp to be switched off through a DMX controller. To
enable this function use the Up and Down buttons to toggle between ON and
Off. Turn this function “ON” to allow DMX switching. Use the Enter button to
accept your selection or the Mode button to cancel and return to the menu.
8.9.4 DMX Input
DMXI
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This function will display the DMX value of a channel in the LED as the fixture
receives it. Use the Up and Down buttons to select desired channel and press
Enter to read its value.
Function
PAN
TILT
COL1
COL2
GOB1
GRT1
GOB2
GRT2
GOB3
SHUT
DIMR
FOCU
ZOOM
FRST
PRIS
IRIS
SPEC
MOVE
SPED
Value
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
-
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
Remark
Pan Position
Tilt Position
Color wheel 1
Color wheel 2
Gobo wheel 1
Gobo wheel 1 rotation
Gobo wheel 2
Gobo wheel 1 rotation
Gobo wheel 3
Shutter / Strobe function
Dimmer
Focus
Zoom
Frost
Prism wheel (000 - 127) / Stop / Prism- Rotation
Iris
Lamp Off, Reset, ...
Movement
Speed for Pan/Tilt
8.9.5 Display
DISP
Use this function to choose between different display indications. Use the
Up/Down-keys to select desired function and press Enter to confirm or Mode
to cancel and return to the menu.
D ON
Display On/Off (If you've chosen off, the display will go out within
15 seconds after the last input. The next key touch will reactivate
the display).
REV
Rotates the display by a 180˚ - This may also be accomplished
by pressing both the “UP” and “DOWN” buttons at the same
time.
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8.9.6 Fixture Temperature
TEMP
This function allows you to read out the actual fixture operating temperature.
Press the Enter button to select this function or the Mode to button to cancel
and return to the main menu. Normal operating temperature should range
between 85˚C and 95˚C. Operating temperatures between 96˚C and 104˚C
are considered critical. Temperatures above 105°C will send the fixture into
protect mode and automatically switch the lamp off, the lamp will remain off
until internal temperature drops below 95˚C. Outside surface temperature
should not exceed 45˚C.
8.9.7 Fan Control
FANS
By using this function you can choose between 4 types of fan speed
operations. Use the Up and Down buttons to select the desired fan setting,
then press Enter to accept your setting or press the Mode button to cancel
and return to the menu. The chart below will detail the different fan settings:
HIGH The cooling fan works continuously at max. speed.
REG This is the default fan setting. In this setting an internal thermal
sensor constantly monitors the internal operating temperature
and regulates the fan speed to coincide with the internal
temperature.
LOOF This function is designed for environments that require low
ambient noise. In this setting the fan will operate at the lowest
speed. When the maximum internal intolerable operating
temperature is reached the lamp will automatically shut off.
LOHI In this setting the fan will operate at the lowest speed. When the
maximum internal intolerable operating temperature is reached
the fan will automatically switch from low to high speed.
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8.9.8 Adjustments and Calibrations
ADJU
With this function you can adjust and calibrate the positions of the different
wheels and other motors. This feature is reserved for a service technician and
is sometimes required after a service or repair work.
This function requires a service code only available to authorized service
technicians.
Use the Up and Down buttons to select the function that requires calibration
and press the Enter button to confirm the adjustment or the Mode button to
cancel and return to the menu. Use the Up and Down buttons to set the
adjustment values and confirm once more with the Enter button or use the
Mode button to cancel the operation.
Function
ADJU
COL1
COL2
GOB1
GOB2
GOB3
SH T
SH B
PRIS
IRIS
POFS
TOFS
CLRE
ARES
VTIL
VTR1
VTR2
VTR3
DBUG
Value
CODE xxxx
Remark
Adjustments in the internal setup are code protected (for authorized persons only).
- 99 - + 99 Adjustment of the Color wheel 1
- 99 - + 99 Adjustment of the Color wheel 2
- 99 - + 99 Adjustment of the Gobo wheel 1
- 99 - + 99 Adjustment of the Gobo wheel 2
- 99 - + 99 Adjustment of the Gobo wheel 3
- 99 - + 99 Adjustment Shutter: Top side
- 99 - + 99 Adjustment Shutter: Bottom side
- 99 - + 99 Adjustment of the Prism wheel
- 99 - + 99 Adjustment of the Iris
- 99 - + 99 Adjustment of the Pan-Offsets
- 99 - + 99 Adjustment of the Tilt-Offsets
Adjustments in the internal circuit.
- 99 - + 99 Adjust Reset (wheels stand still after the reset)
- 99 - + 99 Software version of Tilt-board
- 99 - + 99 Software version of Head- board
- 99 - + 99 Software version of Base- board
- 99 - + 99 Software version of board no. 4
- 99 - + 99 Function not yet available
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8.9.9 Default Settings
DFSE
This function is used to restore all the factory default settings and presets.
Press the Enter button to confirm this operation or the Mode button to cancel
and return to the menu. When this operation is selected the LED will briefly
readout ok, then return to the previous function. The chart below details the
factory defaults.
Function
DMX Address
Pan reverse
Tilt reverse
Automatic lamp on
Lamp on via DMX
Display
Cooling fan
Feedback
Display
Default Settings
D001
RPAN
RTLT
LAAU
DLOF
DISP
FANS
FEED
D001
ON
OFF 
ON
OFF 
ON
OFF 
OFF
ON 
REV
D ON 
HIGH REG  LOOF LOHI
OFF
ON 
8.9.10 Feedback ”APC”
FEED
The POWER SPOT 700™ is equipped with ”APC,” automatic position
correction. This function automatically corrects the Pan and Tilt movement
should the unit lose step or is obstructed and forced to lose step. Press the
Enter button to access the sub-menu. Use the Up and Down buttons to toggle
between “ON” and “OFF” and confirm once more with the Enter button or use
the Mode button to cancel the operation.
8.9.11 Error and Fault Corrections
EFLG
(These functions are reserved for authorized technicians only)
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8.10 Display Error and Information Messages
HEAt
IG E
LAER
This message appears if you try to switch on the lamp within 5 minutes
after having switched off (lamp too hot). The message will appear on
the display if the lamp doesn’t ignite within 20 seconds. The fixture will
store this command and automatically ignite the lamp after 5 minutes.
When igniting the lamp, the electronic ballast will examine whether the
lamp ignited or not. If the lamp does not ignite within 20 seconds, the
igniting sequence is terminated. The fixture will wait approximately 2
minutes and attempt the lamp ignition process once again. After the 3rd
unsuccessful ignition attempt the sequence is completely stopped and
the display reads "IG E" (Ignition error).
After the ignition of the lamp was two times not successful the display
will show LAER. That means the lamp could be damaged or even
missed, the fixture is overheating or there could be a failure on the
igniter or ballast. Switch off the power supply and solve the possible
problem.
After the error "IG E " respectively "LAER " it is not anymore possible the start the
lamp via Shutter = 255. Nevertheless if a renewed ignition attempt is desired, first
run a Reset (at the Spot or over DMX). Afterwards you can try again to ignite the
lamp.
OTMP This error message informs you that the fixture was overheating and
lamp has electronically been switched off to allow the fixture to cool to
normal operating temperatures. Please look for any possible reason
that may have caused the fixture to overheat. i.e., faulty fans, air vents
blocked or dirty, lamp broken or very old, too high ambient temperature.
Switch off the power supply and solve the possible problem.
RsER
This message informs you that one of the fixture function wasn’t able to
do its reset correct (magnetic sensor, stepping motor, driver on the
PCB, cables, etc.). Repair the defect and start the fixture again.
MD E
The Power Spot 700 has an automatic detector for the optical effects
module (software version 1.28 and later). It detects whether the Power
Spot 700 is equipped with a standard Spot module (YSDT) or a CMY
module (YCMY). In case the module is not correctly mounted or is in
need of service, the display will read MS E (Module Error)
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9. OPERATION
Operating Modes: The Power Spot 700 II™ can operate in three different modes. This
next section will detail the differences in the operating modes.
• Stand-alone mode - The fixture will react to sound, chasing through the built-in
programs.
• Master/Slave mode - You can daisy chain up to 16 fixtures together to get a
synchronized light show without the need of an external controller. The fixtures will react
to sound chasing to synchronized light show.
• DMX control mode - This function will allow you to control each individual fixtures traits
with a standard DMX-512 controller such as the Elation® Show Designer 2.
9.1 Universal DMX Control: This function allows you to use a universal DMX-512
controller such as the Elation® Show Designer 3™ or Elation® Show Designer 2CF™
to control head movement, the color wheel, the shutter (strobe), and all other DMX
traits. A DMX controller allows you to create unique programs tailored to your individual
needs. The Power Spot 700 II™ uses 21 DMX channels. See page 37 for detailed
description of the DMX traits. To control your fixture in DMX mode, follow the set-up
procedures beginning on page 19 of this manual as well as the set-up specifications
that are included with your DMX controller. Use the controller’s faders to control the
various DMX fixture traits. This will allow you to create your own programs.
9.1.1 Follow the instruction on page 24 to set the DMX address.
9.1.2 Be sure to use a terminator on the last fixture.
9.1.3 For help operating in DMX mode consult the manual included with your
DMX controller.
9.2 Stand-Alone Operation (Sound Active): This mode allows a single fixture to run to
the beat of the music. Only use this mode when running a single fixture, or when
running several fixtures as individuals.
9.2.1
Mount your fixture in a secure and stable manner.
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9.2.2
Access the main menu and select the AUDI function, this will give you
access to the audio submenu. See page 25 for the menu breakdown.
9.2.3
In the audio submenu choose the audio chase speed, fast or slow. Slow
(ASLW) will trigger the chase sequence to every two beats, while fast
(AFST) will trigger the chase impulse every beat. See page 25 for more
details.
9.2.4
Be sure the Master (MSTR) function is switched “ON,“ and the SVPT
function is switched “OFF.“
9.2.5
Choose your room size. The size function allows you to choose the
approximate size of the room (NORM, BIG, MIDL, SMAL). The built-in
programs will automatically adjust to your selection to optimize light
output for your room.
9.2.6
Use the sound sensitivity knob on the side control panel to make the
unit more or less sensitive to sound. Turning the knob in clockwise
direction will make the unit more sensitive to sound, while turning the
knob counter-clockwise will make the unit less sensitive to sound. Note:
This unit will react to the low frequencies of a sound source, tapping on
the fixture or high-pitched sound may not trigger the fixture.
9.3 Master-Slave Operation (Sound Active): This function will allow you to link up to 16
fixtures together and operate without a controller. The fixtures will be sound activated.
In Master-Slave operation one fixture will act as the controlling fixture and the others
will react to the controlling fixtures programs. Any fixture can act as a Master or as a
Slave.
9.3.1 Using standard XLR microphone cables, daisy chain your fixtures together
via the XLR connector on the rear of the fixtures. Remember the Male
XLR connector is the input and the Female XLR connector is the output.
The first fixture in the chain (master) will use the female XLR connector
only - The last fixture in the chain will use the male XLR connector only.
For longer cable runs we suggest a terminator at the last fixture.
9.3.2 Follow the same procedures listed in the previous Stand-Alone section.
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With two exceptions; be sure the first unit in the chain is selected as the
“master“ (MSTR) is turned on in the audio submenu. All other fixtures must
be in “slave“ mode (SVPT) turned on in the audio submenu.
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10. DMX CHANNEL TRAITS (DMX PROTOCOL)
Channel
Function
Time and Value
DMX
HEX
%
1) Pan
0..530°
0..255
00..FF
0..100
2) Pan-fine
High-Pos ... High-Pos + 2.1° (16 Bit)
0..255
00..FF
0..100
3) Tilt
0..285°
0..255
00..FF
0..100
4) Tilt-fine
High- Pos … High- Pos + 1.1° (16 Bit)
0..255
00..FF
0..100
5) Color 1
Open (fast)
0..1
00..01
0.2
(fast)
Open / Color 1 (fast)
2..3
02..03
1.0
4..5
04..05
1.8
Color 1 / Color 2 (fast)
6..7
06..07
2.5
Color 2. Magenta (fast)
8..9
08..09
3.3
Color 2 / Color 3 (fast)
10..11
0A..0B
4.1
Color 3. Purple (fast)
12..13
0C..0D
4.9
Color 3 / Color 4 (fast)
14..15
0E..0F
5.7
Color 4. Blue (fast)
16..17
10..11
6.5
Color 4 / Color 5 (fast)
18..19
12..13
7.3
Color 5. Green (fast)
20..21
14..15
8.0
Color 5 / Color 6 (fast)
22..23
16..17
8.8
Color 6. Yellow (fast)
24..25
18..19
9.6
Color 6 / Color 7 (fast)
26..27
1A..1B
10.4
Color 7. Orange (fast)
28..29
1C..1D
11.2
Color 7 / Color 8 (fast)
30..31
1E..1F
12.0
Color 8. Dark Blue (fast)
32..33
20..21
12.7
Color 8 / Color 9 (fast)
34..35
22..23
13.5
Open (fast)
36..63
24..3F
15..25
64..65
40..41
25.3
66..67
42..43
26.1
68..69
44..45
26.9
Color 1 / Color 2 (slow)
70..71
46..47
27.6
Color 2. Magenta (slow)
72..73
48..49
28.4
Min. 2.65 s
Min. 1.8 s
Chaser from color to
color max. 140 BPM
=> 0.43 s
Color 1. Red (fast)
Open (slow)
Chaser from color to
color max. 70 BPM
Open / Color 1 (slow)
=> 0.86 s
Color 1. Red (slow)
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Channel
Function
Time and Value
DMX
HEX
%
Color 2 / Color 3 (slow)
74..75
4A..4B
29.2
Color 3. Purple (slow)
76..77
4C..4D
30.0
Color 3 / Color 4 (slow)
78..79
4E..4F
30.8
Color 4. Blue (slow)
80..81
50..51
31.6
Color 4 / Color 5 (slow)
82..83
52..53
32.4
Color 5. Green (slow)
84..85
54..55
33.1
Color 5 / Color 6 (slow)
86..87
56..57
33.9
Color 6. Yellow (slow)
88..89
58..59
34.7
Color 6 / Color 7 (slow)
90..91
5A..5B
35.5
Color 7. Orange (slow)
92..93
5C..5D
36.3
Color 7 / Color 8 (slow)
94..95
5E..5F
37.1
Color 8. Dark Blue (slow)
96..97
60..61
37.8
Color 8 / Color 9 (slow)
98..99
62..63
38.6
Open (slow)
100..127
64..7F
40..50
Color Rotation STOP
128..129
80..81
50.1
Color rotation, slow-fast, CW
Min. 1.4 turns/h
130..191
82..BF
51..75
Color rotation, fast-slow, CCW
Max. 2.9 turns/sec.
192..253
C0..FD
76..98
Audio color chaser slow
Each 4
254
FE
99
255
FF
100
0..1
00..01
0.2
2..3
02..03
1.0
4..5
04..05
1.8
Color 1 / Color 2 (fast)
6..7
06..07
2.5
Color 2. Brilliant Blue (fast)
8..9
08..09
3.3
Color 2 / Color 3 (fast)
10..11
0A..0B
4.1
Color 3. Pink (fast)
12..13
0C..0D
4.9
Color 3 / Color 4 (fast)
14..15
0E..0F
5.7
Color 4. Red (fast)
16..17
10..11
6.5
th
sound impulse
 new color
Audio color chaser fast
Each sound impulse 
new color
6) Color 2
Open (fast)
(fast)
Open / Color 1 (fast)
Chaser from color to
color max. 140 BPM
=> 0.43 s
Color 1. Green (fast)
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Channel
Function
Time and Value
DMX
HEX
%
Color 4 / Color 5 (fast)
18..19
12..13
7.3
Color 5. Yellow (fast)
20..21
14..15
8.0
Color 5 / Color 6 (fast)
22..23
16..17
8.8
Color 6. Light Green (fast)
24..25
18..19
9.6
Color 6 / Color 7 (fast)
26..27
1A..1B
10.4
Color 7. CTO (fast)
28..29
1C..1D
11.2
Color 7 / Color 8 (fast)
30..31
1E..1F
12.0
Color 8. CTC (fast)
32..33
20..21
12.7
Color 8 / Color 9 (fast)
34..35
22..23
13.5
Open (fast)
36..63
24..3F
15..25
64..65
40..41
25.3
66..67
42..43
26.1
68..69
44..45
26.9
Color 1 / Color 2 (slow)
70..71
46..47
27.6
Color 2. Green (slow)
72..73
48..49
28.4
Color 2 / Color 3 (slow)
74..75
4A..4B
29.2
Color 3. Pink (slow)
76..77
4C..4D
30.0
Color 3 / Color 4 (slow)
78..79
4E..4F
30.8
Color 4. Red (slow)
80..81
50..51
31.6
Color 4 / Color 5 (slow)
82..83
52..53
32.4
Color 5. Yellow (slow)
84..85
54..55
33.1
Color 5 / Color 6 (slow)
86..87
56..57
33.9
Color 6. Light Green (slow)
88..89
58..59
34.7
Color 6 / Color 7 (slow)
90..91
5A..5B
35.5
Color 7. CTO Filter (slow)
92..93
5C..5D
36.3
Color 7 / Color 8 (slow)
94..95
5E..5F
37.1
Color 8. CTC Filter (slow)
96..97
60..61
37.8
Color 8 / Color 9 (slow)
98..99
62..63
38.6
100..127
64..7F
40..50
Open (slow)
Chaser from color to
color max. 70 BPM
Open / Color 1 (slow)
=> 0.86 s
Color 1. Brilliant Blue (slow)
Open (slow)
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Channel
Function
Time and Value
Color Rotation STOP
DMX
HEX
%
128..129
80..81
50.1
Color rotation, slow-fast, CW
Min. 1.4 turns/h
130..191
82..BF
51..75
Color rotation, fast-slow, CCW
Max. 2.9 turns/sec.
192..253
C0..FD
76..98
Audio color chaser slow
Each 4
254
FE
99
255
FF
100
0..7
0..7
0..2.9
8..15
8..F
3..5.9
16..23
10..17
6..8.9
Gobo 4 (fast)
24..31
18..1F
9..11.9
Gobo 5 (fast)
32..39
20..27
12..14.9
Gobo 6 (fast)
40..47
28..2F
15..17.9
Gobo 7 (fast)
48..55
30..37
18..20.9
Gobo 8 (fast)
56..63
38..3F
21..23
64..71
40..47
24..26.9
72..79
48..4F
27..29.9
80..87
50..57
30..33.9
Gobo 4 (slow)
88..95
58..5F
34..36.9
Gobo 5 (slow)
96..103
60..67
37..39.9
Gobo 6 (slow)
104..111
68..6F
40..42.9
Gobo 7 (slow)
112..119
70..77
43..45.9
Gobo 8 (slow)
120..127
78..7F
46..49
Gobo rotation STOP
128..129
80..81
50
th
sound impulse
 new color
Audio color chaser fast
Each sound impulse 
new color
7) Gobo 1
Gobo 1 (open. fast)
(indexed)
Gobo 2 (fast)
Chaser from gobo to
gobo max. 100 BPM
=> 0.6 s
Gobo 3 (fast)
Gobo 1 (open. slow)
Chaser from gobo to
gobo max. 40 BPM
Gobo 2 (slow)
=> 1.51 s
Gobo 3 (slow)
Gobo rotation, slow-fast, CW
Min. 1.4 turns/h
130..191
82..BF
51..75
Gobo rotation, fast-slow, CCW
Max. 1.0 turns/sec.
192..253
C0..FD
76..98
Audio gobo chase, slow
Each 4
254
FE
99
255
FF
100
th
sound impulse
 new gobo
Audio gobo chase, fast
Each sound impulse 
new gobo
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Channel
Function
8) Gobo 1
Gobo Position 0 ... 540°
Posi./Rot
Gobo Rotation STOP
Time and Value
DMX
HEX
%
0..127
00..7F
0..49
128..129
80..81
50
Gobo Rotation. Slow-fast. CW
Min. 2.0 turns/h
130..191
82..BF
51..75
Gobo Rotation. Fast-slow. CCW
Max. 3.8 turns/sec.
192..253
C0..FD
76..100
Audio Gobo Rotation. Slow
Each 4
254
FE
99
255
FF
100
0..7
0..7
0..2.9
8..15
8..F
3..5.9
16..23
10..17
6..8.9
Gobo 4 (fast)
24..31
18..1F
9..11.9
Gobo 5 (fast)
32..39
20..27
12..14.9
Gobo 6 (fast)
40..47
28..2F
15..17.9
Gobo 7 (fast)
48..55
30..37
18..20.9
Gobo 8 (fast)
56..63
38..3F
21..23
64..71
40..47
24..26.9
72..79
48..4F
27..29.9
80..87
50..57
30..33.9
Gobo 4 (slow)
88..95
58..5F
34..36.9
Gobo 5 (slow)
96..103
60..67
37..39.9
Gobo 6 (slow)
104..111
68..6F
40..42.9
Gobo 7 (slow)
112..119
70..77
43..45.9
Gobo 8 (slow)
120..127
78..7F
46..49
Gobo rotation STOP
128..129
80..81
50
th
sound impulse
 new position
Audio Gobo Rotation. Fast
Each sound impulse 
new gobo
9) Gobo 2
Gobo 1 (open. fast)
(indexed)
Gobo 2 (fast)
Chaser from gobo to
gobo max. 100 BPM
=> 0.6 s
Gobo 3 (fast)
Gobo 1 (open. slow)
Chaser from gobo to
gobo max. 40 BPM
Gobo 2 (slow)
=> 1.51 s
Gobo 3 (slow)
Gobo rotation, slow-fast, CW
Min. 1.4 turns/h
130..191
82..BF
51..75
Gobo rotation, fast-slow, CCW
Max. 1.0 turns/sec.
192..253
C0..FD
76..98
Audio gobo chase, slow
Each 4
254
FE
99
255
FF
100
th
sound impulse
 new gobo
Audio gobo chase, fast
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Channel
Function
Time and Value
DMX
HEX
%
0..127
00..7F
0..49
128..129
80..81
50
new gobo
10) Gobo 2
Gobo Position 0 ... 540°
Posi./Rot
Gobo Rotation STOP
Gobo Rotation. Slow-fast. CW
Min. 2.0 turns/h
130..191
82..BF
51..75
Gobo Rotation. Fast-slow. CCW
Max. 3.8 turns/sec.
192..253
C0..FD
76..100
Audio Gobo Rotation. Slow
Each 4
254
FE
99
255
FF
100
0..3
00..03
0..1
4..7
04..07
2..3
8..11
08..0B
3..4
Gobo 4 (fast)
12..15
0C..0F
5..6
Gobo 5 (fast)
16..19
10..13
6..7
Gobo 6 (fast)
20..23
14..17
8..9
Gobo 7 (fast)
24..27
18..1B
9..10
Gobo 8 (fast)
28..31
1C..1F
11..12
Gobo 9 (fast)
32..35
20..23
13..14
Gobo 10 (fast)
36..39
24..27
14..15
64..67
41..43
25..26
68..71
44..47
27..28
72..75
48..4B
28..29
Gobo 4 (slow)
76..79
4C..50
30..31
Gobo 5 (slow)
80..83
51..53
32..33
Gobo 6 (slow)
84..87
54..57
33..34
Gobo 7 (slow)
88..91
58..5B
35..36
Gobo 8 (slow)
92..95
5C..5F
36..37
Gobo 9 (slow)
96..99
60..63
38..39
Gobo 10 (slow)
100..103
64..67
39..40
Gobo rotation STOP
128..129
80..81
50
th
sound impulse
 new position
Audio Gobo Rotation. Fast
Each sound impulse 
new gobo
11) Gobo 3
(fast)
Gobo 1 (open. fast)
Chaser from gobo to
gobo max. 100 BPM
Gobo 2 (fast)
=> 0.6 s
Gobo 3 (fast)
Gobo 1 (open. slow)
Chaser from gobo to
gobo max. 40 BPM
Gobo 2 (slow)
=> 1.51 s
Gobo 3 (slow)
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Channel
Function
Time and Value
DMX
HEX
%
Gobo rotation, slow-fast, CW
Min. 1.4 turns/h
130..191
82..BF
51..75
Gobo rotation, fast-slow, CCW
Max. 1.0 turns/sec.
192..253
C0..FD
76..98
Audio gobo chase, slow
Each 4
254
FE
99
255
FF
100
Shutter closed
0..15
00..0F
0..6
Random Strobe (different pattern)
16..31
10..1F
7..11.9
32..47
20..2F
12..12.9
48..63
30..3F
13..25
64..239
40..EF
26..93
240..255
F0..FF
94..100
0..3
0..3
0..1
4..251
4..FB
2..98
252..255
FC..FF
99..100
th
sound impulse
 new gobo
Audio gobo chase, fast
Each sound impulse 
new gobo
12) Shutter
Strobe Pulse effect, slow - fast
Min. frequency 0.7 Hz
Audio Shutter
Strobe effect, slow - fast
Max. frequency 10 Hz
Shutter open (lamp start)
13) Dimmer
Dimmer closed (0%)
Dimmer 1%...99%
Movement time 0.3 sec.
Dimmer open (100%)
14) Focus
In (near) - out (far)
Full distance 1.5 sec.
0..255
0..FF
0..100
15) Zoom
Inside (near) - outside (far)
Full distance 1.5 sec.
0..255
0..FF
0..100
16) Frost
Open (0%) - retracted (100%)
Full distance 1.5 sec.
0..255
0..FF
0..100
17) Prism
Prism swing out
0..5
00..05
0..2
6..129
06..7F
0..50
130..191
80..BF
51..75
192..253
C0..FD
76..100
254
FE
99
255
FF
100
0..127
00..7F
00..49
Ascend with Shutter, random
128..143
80..8F
50..56
Descend with Shutter, random
144..159 90..9F
56..62
Ascend with Shutter, audio
160..175
A0..AF
63..68
Descend with Shutter, audio
176..191
B0..BF
69..74
Prism position 0 ... 540°
Prism rotation stop
Prism rotation, slow-fast, CW
Min. 1.6 turns/h
Prism rotation, fast-slow, CCW
Max. 4.4 turns/sec.
Audio prism rotation, slow
Each 4
th
sound impulse
 new prism
18) Iris
Iris open – closed
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Channel
Function
Time and Value
HEX
%
Ascend with Shutter
Slow - fast
192..207
C0..CF
75..81
Descend with Shutter
Slow - fast
208..223
D0..DF
82..87
Pulse - effect
Slow - fast
224..239
E0..EF
88..93
Ascend - descend effect
Slow - fast
240..253
F0..FD
94..99
254..255
FE..FF
100
0..15
00..0F
0..6
16..31
10..1F
7..12
32..47
20..2F
13..18
48..63
30..3F
19..24
64..111
40..6F
23..43
112..127
70..7F
44..50
128..143
80..8F
51..56
144..175
90..AF
57..68
sound impulse 176..191
B0..BF
69..74
C0..CF
75..81
Iris open
19) Special
DMX
No Function
Gobo1-shake +/- 10°
3.5 moves / min. up to
60 moves / max.
slow – fast
Gobo1-shake +/- 20°
3.5 moves / min. up to
60 moves / max.
slow – fast
Gobo1-shake +/- 30°
3.5 moves / min. up to
60 moves / max.
slow – fast
No function
Color1-Chaser C / C+1
0.7 BPS ... 2.3 BPS
slow – fast
=> 1.43 s ... 0.43 s
Color1-Chaser C / C+2
0.7 BPS ... 2.0 BPS
slow – fast
=> 1.43 s ... 0.5 s
No function
Audio Pan / Tilt slow
Each 4
th
 new position
Audio Pan / Tilt fast
Each sound impulse  192..207
new position
No function
208..223
D0..DF
82..87
Fan min. as long as temp. < 90°C
224..229
E0..E5
88..90
Lamp OFF (min. 3 sec.) if Shutter
230..249
E6..F9
92..97
250..255
FA..FF
98..100
0
00
0
01..01
01..01
0.5
closed '000'
Reset
20) Movement
No movement
Movement
PAN
Size
Phase
1
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Channel
Function
PAN
PAN
PAN
Time and Value
DMX
HEX
%
1
90°
02..03
02..03
1.0
1
180°
04..05
04..05
1.7
1
270°
06..07
06..07
2.5
2
0°
08..09
08..09
3.3
2
90°
10..11
0A..0B
4.1
2
180°
12..13
0C..0D
4.9
2
270°
14..15
0E..0F
5.7
3
0°
16..17
11..11
6.5
3
90°
18..19
12..13
7.3
3
180°
20..21
14..15
8.0
3
270°
22..23
16..17
8.8
4
0°
24..25
18..19
9.6
4
90°
26..27
1A..1B
10.4
4
180°
28..29
1C..1D
11.2
4
270°
30..31
1E..1F
12
TILT
Size / phase see also PAN
32..63
20..3F
13..25
PAN / TILT
Size / phase see also PAN
64..95
40..5F
26..37
PAN / TILT (inverse)
Size / phase see also PAN
96..127
60..7F
38..50
Circle
Size / phase see also PAN
128..159
80..9F
51..62
Circle (inverse)
Size / phase see also PAN
160..191
A0..BF
63..75
Lying eight
Size / phase see also PAN
192..223
C0..DF
76..87
Random movement
Size see also PAN
224..255
E0..FF
88..100
0..15
00..0F
0..6
16..255
10..FF
7..100
21) Speed
Pan/Tilt relative movement
Pan/Tilt
Pan/Tilt slow – fast
Pan Min. 530° = 200 s
(Channels 1,3, and 23)
Pan Max. 530° = 2.65 s
Tilt Min. 285° = 110 s
Tilt Max. 285° = 1.8 s
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Lamp ON Shutter open
Lamp
OFF
Channel 12
Lamp OFF (min. 3 sec.) if
Shutter closed '000'
Channel 19 and
Channel 12
Channel 19
Reset
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5
F
0
230..24 6E..9 92..97
9
F
0
0
0
250..25 FA..F 98..10
5
F
0
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11. LAMP REPLACEMENT
For a proper and safe lamp change, please read this chapter carefully and follow all
instructions.
Safety Regulations
•
Pull out the main plug!
•
Wait min. 20 minutes after the last operation to cool down the fixture.
•
Don’t touch the bulb of the lamp with bare fingers (this can cause damages.
•
Before you put the POWER SPOT 700™ into operation close the casing,
otherwise your retina can be hurt!
•
Replace the lamp with an approved replacement type. Be sure to follow all the
lamp handling procedures included with your new lamp. Never handle the new
lamp with your bare hands, the oils from your skin may damage the lamp. Always
replace with the lamp with a lamp that meets the original lamp specification,
failure to do so may damage the unit and will void your manufactures warranty.
Lamp Change
1. Be sure the unit’s main power is disconnect before attempting any service
procedure!
2. Always allow ample time for the unit to properly cool before attempting any type of
service or repair.
3. To allow the best lamp access, use the tilt-lock system to lock the head in 180˚
horizontal position.
4x
4. Using a standard flat head screwdriver release 1/4 turn quick-lock fasteners
(labeled 1, 2, 3, and 4) of the backside lamp sheet and remove it carefully. These
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fasteners will remain connected to the lamp socket cover.
5. Gently remove the old lamp from it’s socket. If the old lamp has exploded be sure
to remove all of the old lamp fragments to prevent damage to the internal
components.
6. Insert the new lamp securely, locking the
lamp in place as illustrated in the diagram
to the left. Orientate the lamp filler tube
towards the backside of the reflector.
Before reassembling the unit, be sure the
new lamp is securely seated in the lamp
socket. Always be sure to only use
specified lamp types!
OK 
NO

7. Gently replace the lamp socket assembly in to place and secure with the four
quick release fasteners.
8. Be sure to reset the lamp running time in the “TIME“ menu. The lamp run time is
designed to function as lamp replacement reminder (see page 23).
9. Final step would be to properly optimize the lamp. Follow the steps below to
properly align the lamp and inside the reflector.
Attention:
Be sure the lamp is securely seated in the lamp socket. Failure to comply
with this warning may cause excessive heat build-up that may cause the
internal lens to crack.
Lamp Optimization:
You should adjust the lamp position after each lamp replacement. This is necessary
due to the fact that every lamp has small manufacturing variations. The Power Spot
700 includes a lamp optimization system, consisting of two set screws on the back
lamp socket cover (set screw A and B). The lamp adjustment is a matter of the users
taste but will best be done as follows:
1. Using a flathead screwdriver move the lamp position with setscrew “B” forwards
and backwards until a very bright luminous spot (hotspot) can been seen clearly.
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2. Move lamp with setscrew “A” upward/downwards until this hotspot is in the center
of the beam projection.
3. Use setscrew “B” once again to move the lamp forwards and backwards until
you've reached the most even beam projection. Note: A slight hotspot will always
remain and is conditional to the optical path.
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12. FUSE REPLACEMENT
Caution: Always replace with the exact same type fuse, unless otherwise specified by an
authorized Elation® service technician. Replacing with anything other than the specified
part can damage your unit and will void your manufactures warranty.
Warning: If you continue to blow fuses, STOP using the fixture. Contact customer support
for further instructions, you may have to return the unit for servicing. Continuing to use the
unit may cause serious damage.
Fuse Replacement: Locate and remove the unit’s power cord from the main power
supply. Once the cord has been removed located the fuse holders located on the side
panel near the power input connection. Using a flat-head screwdriver unlock the fuse
holder from its’ housing by turning the holder in a counter-clockwise direction. Once the
fuse holder has been unlocked, pull back on the fuse holder holder to expose the fuse.
Gently pull out the bad fuse and discard of it properly and replace it with an exact match.
Reassemble in reverse order.
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13. OPTICAL EFFECTS MODULE
The Power Spot 700 II is equipped with an optical effects module that can be easily
removed for cleaning, service, and gobo/color exchange. Please follow the procedures
below for proper removal and service of the effects module.
13.1 Safety considerations
•
Always remove main power before attempting any type of service procedure.
•
If the fixture has been recently in operation, please allow 15 minutes for the
internal components to cool before attempting service.
•
During service never touch the lamp with bare fingers as this can damage the
lamp and reduce lamp life.
•
To prevent personal injury from UV radiation, always be sure the cover is
replaced before operating the fixture.
13.2 Removing the optical effects module:
1) Please lock the head in a vertical position for easier access.
2) Remove the upper shell of the head casing by loosening the four quick-release
retaining fasteners. Two on the front side and two on the backside of the head.
Hang out the head safety.
4x 90°
3) Disconnect the main "Data Bus" cable from the optical effects module. This is the
only connection between the effects module and the fixture’s head control board.
No other bus cables need to be removed. See illustration below;
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Data Bus
2x
4) Loosen the two locking thumbscrews on the left and right side of the optical
effects module (please do not attempt to remove the thumbscrews completely).
Once the thumbscrews have been loosened push them inwards towards the
center of the head while gently pulling the effects module straight out. You may
use the metal support plates to grasp and pull the effects module out. See the
illustration below;
Attention: The effects module reset between two lateral tracks. A moderate
effort is normal when attempting to remove the unit. Never use any of the
sensitive wheel components like the gobo and color wheels or any cables to
remove the module. Use the metal support plates or the stepper motors as a
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means to grasp the module.
5) To access the internal components of the module loosen the three securing
thumbscrews illustrated below. Once these screws are lose you may place the
module on a flat and open the unit up as if it were a book. This will allow access
the all the gobos and colors so they may be changed or cleaned.
6) For Gobo and Color replacement please see the next section.
7) To replace module;
a) Fold up the module and fasten the three retaining thumbscrews.
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b) Insert the effects module back in to the fixture and the two lateral
tracks. Push it carefully down until the two locking thumbscrews
snap in place and hand tighten the retaining thumbscrews.
c) Connect the "Data Bus" cable into the proper corresponding socket.
d) Seal the cover in reverse order.
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14. CHANGING/REPLACING GOBOS/COLORS
Before attempting to change any gobos or color be sure to follow the effects module
removal process as described in the previous section (section 13) of this manual.
The POWER SPOT 700 II includes both Aluminum (thickness = 0.3 mm) and Glass
(thickness = 1.1 - 3.0 mm) gobos (outside diameter 26.9 mm, viewable image size 23
mm). There is one rotating Gobos wheel (user replaceable gobos) and one fixed Gobo
wheel (non replaceable gobos).
14.1 General guidelines for exchanging Gobos and Colors
All Gobos and Color filters have a specific optical orientation that must be
observed. To prevent damage to the gobos and color filters and to optimize the
optical image, all effect should be mounted with their reflecting side in the direction
of the lamp. For example;
Aluminum Gobos must be mounted with their unpainted side toward the lamp.
The black painted side should go in the direction of the front lens.
Glass Gobos must be mounted with their reflective side toward the lamp. In the
case of glass gobos the reflective side of the gobo is sometimes hard to
distinguish. An easy way to distinguish the reflective side is to hold a pencil directly
in front of the Gobo. If the pencil is in front of the uncoated side of the gobo you will
see thickness of the Glass Gobo between the mirror image and the pencil. This is
the reflective side that should be mounted towards the lamp. See the illustration on
the next page; notice the pencil image on the left has a mirror reflection further
away from the pencil as the mirror reflection on the right.
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Attention: Custom gobos that contain company logos and text must also
be orientated properly to ensure proper display of the custom image. The
readable side must be mounted towards the lamp. In the illustration below,
notice that the text is readable in the example on the left and mirrored in
the example on right. The illustration below details proper gobo placement.
Be sure that all custom gobos are ordered so that their reflective side is on
the readable side of the image as detailed in the example on the left.
Textured Glass Gobos must be mounted with the textured surface towards
the lamp and the flat side towards the front lens.
Colored Dichroic Filters are already pre-mounted on the color filter holder
that guarantees the correct orientation.
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14.2 Changing Gobos
1) Be sure the effects module is removed and opened as detailed in the
previous section of this manual.
2) Genteelly lift and pull the gobo holder out of the center part of the wheel
hub to remove the individual holder. See the left image below.
3) Once the gobo holder has been removed the Gobo itself can be replaced
by remove the centric spring with a small screwdriver or gripping pliers. Be
sure to follow the gobo alignment instructions that are detailed on the
previous page of this manual (section 14.1).
4) Once the gobo has been exchanged replace the retaining centric spring to
hold the gobo in position.
5) Place the Gobo holder assembly back into the gobo wheel central hub. A
slight snap will ensure that the gobo holder has been correctly and fully
inserted back into the gobo wheel hub.
Notice: There must be no gap between the gobo holder assembly and the
actual gobo wheel. Be sure to check for a complete and secure fit.
14.3 Changing Color filters
1) Be sure the effects module is removed and opened as detailed in the
previous section of this manual (section 13.1).
2) Pull the Color filter holder carefully out of the central locking spring-holder.
Be sure to grasp the color filter by the metal frame and by the glass filter
itself.
3) Replace the colored filters as needed by inserting the replacements back
into the color wheel’s central retaining spring. If necessary you may use a
small flathead screwdriver to carefully lift the center retaining spring on the
color wheel up.
Notice: Please be sure the color filter holder is snapped in completely.
Failure to do so may result in damage to the color filter.
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Power Spot 700 II Gobo Wheels
Special Notice:
If you use glass gobos, the non-vaporized side must be fitted towards the lamp
direction.
Gobo wheel 1 with rotating Gobos
Gobo wheel 2 with rotating Gobos
Fixed Gobo wheel
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15. MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
It is absolutely essential that the fixture is kept clean and dust, dirt and smoke-fluid
residues do not built-up on the surface or within the fixture. Residue build-up may cause
the fixture's light output to be significantly reduced. Regular cleaning will not only ensure
the maximum light output, but will also allow the fixture to function reliable throughout its
life.
A soft lint-free cloth moistened with any quality glass cleaner is recommended,
under no circumstances should alcohol or solvents be used! Stay away from glass
cleaner that contains ammonia such as Windex.
The inside optical system should be maintained only by qualified technicians. Please
contact Elation professionals for recommendation associated with internal cleaning
procedures.
Safety Considerations:
• Always disconnect main power before attempting any service related issues!
• Allow ample time for the lamp to cool (at least 20 minutes) before performing
any cleaning procedures.
• Never attempt operation with any of the protective covers removed!
Cleaning Frequency (rule-of-thumb)
The residue build up will very depending on location, therefore only general
guidelines are given. Below is a suggested cleaning interval only. Cleaning frequency
depends on the environment in which the fixture operates (I.E. smoke, fog residue,
dust, dew). In clubs that observe heavier use, we recommend cleaning on a more
frequent basis. Periodic cleaning will ensure fixture longevity and crisp lamp output.
Position
Interval
In this way
Outside optic
Weekly
Soft cloth and glass cleaner
Color filter
Monthly
Soft cloth and glass cleaner
Gobos
Yearly
Vacuum cleaner, airbrush, etc.
Glass gobos
Monthly
Soft cloth and glass cleaner
Prism
Monthly
Soft cloth and glass cleaner
Dimmer/Shutter
Yearly
Vacuum cleaner, airbrush, etc.
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Inside lens
Monthly
Soft cloth no glass cleaner
Fan and air channel
Monthly
Vacuum cleaner, airbrush, etc.
Reflector
Never
Lamp
Never
Moveable parts
Yearly
Suitable Lubricant
Caution:
1. Never allow the optical parts to come in contact with oil, dirt, or grime.
2. Allow all parts to dry completely before attempt operation.
3. Never clean the aspheric lens with water or other cleaners. The lens
should be changed at the first sign of ware, usually in about 1 – 2 years
(lens will begin to look cloudy). For lens replacement please contact
Elation technical support.
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16. TWO YEAR (730 DAYS) LIMITED WARRANTY
A. Elation Professionals® hereby warrants, to the original purchaser, Elation
Professionals® products to be free of manufacturing defects in material and workmanship
for a period of two years (730 days) from the date of purchase. This warranty shall be valid
only if the product is purchased within the United States of America, including possessions
and territories. It is the owner’s responsibility to establish the date and place of purchase
by acceptable evidence, at the time service is sought.
B. For warranty service, send the product only to the Elation Professionals® factory. All
shipping charges must be pre-paid. If the requested repairs or service (including parts
replacement) are within the terms of this warranty, Elation Professionals® will pay return
shipping charges only to a designated point within the United States. If the entire
instrument is sent, it must be shipped in its original package. No accessories should be
shipped with the product. If any accessories are shipped with the product, Elation
Professionals® shall have no liability whatsoever for loss of or damage to any such
accessories, or for the safe return thereof.
C. This warranty is void if the serial number has been altered or removed; if the product is
modified in any manner which Elation Professionals® concludes, after inspection, affects
the reliability of the product; if the product has been repaired or serviced by anyone other
than the Elation Professionals® factory unless prior written authorization was issued to
purchaser by Elation Professionals®; if the product is damaged because not properly
maintained as set forth in the instruction manual.
D. This is not a service contract, and this warranty does not include maintenance,
cleaning or periodic check-up. During the period specified above, Elation Professionals®
will replace defective parts at its expense, and will absorb all expenses for warranty
service and repair labor by reason of defects in material or workmanship. The sole
responsibility of Elation Professionals® under this warranty shall be limited to the repair of
the product, or replacement thereof, including parts, at the sole discretion of Elation
Professionals®. All products covered by this warranty were manufactured after January 1,
1990, and bare identifying marks to that effect.
E. Elation Professionals® reserves the right to make changes in design and/or
improvements upon its products without any obligation to include these changes in any
products theretofore manufactured.
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F. No warranty, whether expressed or implied, is given or made with respect to any
accessory supplied with products described above. Except to the extent prohibited by
applicable law, all implied warranties made by Elation Professionals® in connection with
this product, including warranties of merchantability or fitness, are limited in duration to the
warranty period set forth above. And no warranties, whether expressed or implied,
including warranties of merchantability or fitness, shall apply to this product after said
period has expired. The consumer’s and or Dealer’s sole remedy shall be such repair or
replacement as is expressly provided above; and under no circumstances shall Elation
Professionals® be liable for any loss or damage, direct or consequential, arising out of the
use of, or inability to use, this product.
G. This warranty is the only written warranty applicable to Elation Professionals® products
and supersedes all prior warranties and written descriptions of warranty terms and
conditions heretofore published.
H. Lamps are not covered under this or any other warranty either written or implied.
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17. PHOTOMETRIC DATA
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18. DIMENSIONS
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19. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Power supply
Power consumption
Fuse protection
Lamp
Type
Live time
Color temperature
Luminous flux
90 ~ 260V, 50 ~ 60 Hz
1000 Watt, 4.5 A, electronic ballast, (blind current compensated)
Lamp 120v: GMA 10A, 250V, 5x20 mm (fine-wire fuse)
Electronic 120v: GMA 2A, 250V, 5x20 mm (fine-wire fuse)
Lamp 220v: GMA 5A, 250V, 5x20 mm (fine-wire fuse)
Electronic 220v: GMA 1A, 250V, 5x20 mm (fine-wire fuse)
MSR700 SA/DE (Philips Gold)
750hrs
7500kK
56,000lm
Optical system
Dichroic coated glass reflector
Beam angel (variable) 14° - 32°
Lenses hardened and tempered, anti-reflex coated
Colors (16 Bit)
Color wheel 1: 8 dichroic filters plus white, 9 half colors
Color wheel 2: 8 dichroic filters plus white, 9 half colors, 1x CTC 5500, 1x CTC 3200
Gobos (16 Bit)
Gobo-wheel 1: 7 exchangeable rotating gobos plus "open"
Gobo-wheel 2: 7 exchangeable rotating gobos plus "open"
Gobo-wheel 3: 9 fixed exchangeable standard gobos plus "open"
11 spare Gobos included,
Gobo outside diameter 26.9 mm, image size 23 mm
Gobo thickness glass = 1.1 - 3.0 mm / aluminum = 0.3mm
Gobo wheel 2: 9 fixed aluminum Gobos plus "open" (fixed)
Shutter / Strobe / Dimmer (16 Bit)
Strobe- effect with variable speed 1 - 10 flashes per second
Continuously mechanical dimmer 0 - 100%
Prism (16 Bit)
Rotating 3-face prism, rotating and variable in speed
Focus (16 Bit)
Motor driven focus from near (2m) to far away
Iris (16 Bit)
High-Speed Iris 100% - 4% (0,2 Sec. opening time)
Zoom (16 Bit)
Zoom range 14° - 32°
Drive
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Standard DMX-512, 3 pole XLR; [+] = Pin 3 [-] = Pin 2 [Ground] = Pin 1.
The DMX- addressing starts at the DMX- address [001].
Pan / Tilt
Pan - movement
530° in max. 2.65 seconds, 16 bit resolution
Tilt - movement
280° in max. 1.68 seconds, 16 bit resolution
Weights and measures
Width of the base
Length of the base
Height (head vertical)
Weight (net)
490 mm (19.3”)
380 mm (15”)
646 mm (25.5”)
28.5 kg (63lbs)
Please Note: Specifications and improvements in the design of this unit and this
manual are subject to change without any prior written notice.
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1.
INDEX
A
Adjustments.......................................... 23
aspheric lens .......................................... 40
I
Injury of the retina ..................................... 7
M
Maintenance ........................................... 39
Measures ................................................ 41
Mounting................................................ 11
B
BGV C1 .................................................. 11
Blind current compensation .................... 13
C
Calibrations........................................... 23
Change a Gobo ...................................... 37
Connected load ...................................... 13
P
Pan- movement ...................................... 41
Power supply .......................................... 13
R
Reset ...................................................... 19
Running time......................................... 19
D
Decoration .............................................. 11
Description of Device............................. 8
DIN VDE 0711-217................................. 11
DMX........................................................ 13
DMX- Address ........................................ 18
DMX Protocol ......................................... 29
S
Safety Instructions .................................... 7
Secure the Power Spot 7000.................. 12
Special Functions ................................... 20
T
Technical Specification ........................... 41
Test Program .......................................... 18
Tilt- movement ........................................ 41
E
Error Messages..................................... 25
F
Feedback................................................ 25
Fixture Temperature............................. 23
Fuse........................................................ 15
V
VBG 70 ................................................... 11
W
Weights................................................... 41
G
Glass Gobos........................................... 38
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Elation Professional
6122 S. Eastern Ave.
Los Angeles, Ca. 90040
www.ElationLighting.com / info@ElationLighitng.com
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