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BAD BOY® SPOT LUMINAIRE
USER MANUAL
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Bad Boy® Spot Luminaire User Manual
Version as of: January 5, 2011
PRG part number: 02.9812.0001.16
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Bad Boy® Spot Luminaire User Manual
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FOREWORD
Compliance Notice
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1) This device
may not cause harmful interference, and 2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Conforms to:
UL STD 1573
Certified to:
CAN/CSA STD E598-1
CAN/CSA STD E598-2-17
Safety Notice
It is extremely important to read ALL safety information and instructions provided in this manual and any
accompanying documentation before installing and operating the products described herein. Heed all cautions and
warnings during installation and use of this product.
Safety symbols used throughout this manual are as follows:
CAUTION advising of potential damage to product.
WARNING advising of potential injury or death to persons.
GENERAL INFORMATION PERTAINING TO PROTECTION AGAINST ELECTRICAL SHOCK, FIRE, EXPOSURE TO
EXCESSIVE UV RADIATION, AND INJURY TO PERSONS CAN BE FOUND BELOW.
WARNING: INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST FIRE
1)
PRG luminaires have been designed for use only with specific lamps. Note lamp type before replacing. Installing
another type of lamp may be hazardous.
2)
PRG luminaires may be mounted on any type of surface as long as mounting instructions are followed. See
instructions detailed in this manual.
3)
Replace fuses with same type and rating only.
4)
Minimum distance from head to any flammable object is 2m.
WARNING: INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST ELECTRICAL SHOCK
1)
PRG luminaires are designed for dry locations only. Exposure to rain or moisture may damage luminaire.
2)
Disconnect power before servicing any PRG equipment.
3)
Servicing to be performed by qualified personnel only.
WARNING: INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE
ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION
1)
PRG luminaires may use an HID type lamp which produces UV radiation. DO NOT look directly at lamp.
2)
It is hazardous to operate luminaires without complete lamp enclosure in place or when lens is damaged.
Lenses or UV shields shall be changed if they have become visibly damaged to such an extent that their
effectiveness is impaired.
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WARNING: INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROTECTION AGAINST INJURY TO PERSONS
1)
Exterior surfaces of the luminaire will be hot during operation. Use appropriate safety equipment (gloves, eye
protection, etc.) when handling and adjusting hot equipment and components. Service and maintenance should
be performed only by qualified personnel as determined by the high pressure lighting fixture manufacturer.
2)
Arc lamps generate intense heat. Disconnect power and allow lamp to cool for 5 minutes before relamping.
3)
Arc lamps emit ultraviolet radiation which can cause serious skin burn and eye inflammation. Additionally, arc
lamps operate under high pressure at very high temperatures. Should the lamp break, there can exist a danger
of personal injury and/or fire from broken lamp particles being discharged.
4)
The lamp shall be changed if it has become damaged or thermally deformed.
5)
If lamp is touched with bare hands, clean lamp with denatured alcohol and wipe with lint-free cloth before
installing or powering up the luminaire.
6)
Serious injury may result from the generation of ozone by this lamp system. A proper means of venting must be
provided.
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Notes de sécurité
Avant de procéder à l’installation des produits décrits dans ce guide et de les mettre en marche, il est extrêmement
important de lire TOUS les renseignements et TOUTES les directives de sécurité contenues dans ce guide ainsi que
toute documentation jointe. Tenir compte de tous les avertissements et suivre toutes les précautions pendant
l’installation et l’utilisation de cet appareil.
Les symboles de sécurité utilisés dans ce guide sont les suivants :
ATTENTION Ce symbole annonce que l’appareil risque d’être endommagé.
AVERTISSEMENT Ce symbole annonce qu’il y a risque d’accident grave ou même fatal.
CETTE SECTION CONTIENT DES INFORMATIONS GÉNÉRALES POUR SE PROTÉGER CONTRE LES DÉCHARGES
ÉLECTRIQUES, LES INCENDIES, L’EXPOSITION EXCESSIVE AUX RAYONS UV ET TOUT AUTRE ACCIDENT
POUVANT ENTRAÎNER DES BLESSURES.
AVERTISSEMENT: RISQUE D’ EXPLOSION.
1)
Le service et le maintenance ne devront être assurés que par des personnes qualifiées comme precisé par le
frabricant des lampes à haute pression.
2)
Des vêtement de protection et les procédures précisées dans le manuel du frabricant doit être fournies.
AVERTISSEMENT: RÉGLAGE DES LAMPES
1)
Chaleur intense. Débrancher le matériel et laisser refroidir pendant 5 minutes avant de rallumer.
2)
Risque l’incendie. N’utilise que des Philips MSR Gold™ FastFit Lamp.
AVERTISSEMENT: DIRECTIVES POUR SE PROTÉGER CONTRE UNE EXPOSITION EXCESSIVE AUX RAYONS
UV
1)
Risque d’explosion en cas de radiation ultraviolet imprantes.
2)
Ne pas intervener en l’absence de confinement de la lampe en place ou quand la lentille est abîmée.
AVERTISSEMENT: DIRECTIVES POUR SE PROTÉGER CONTRE LES ACCIDENTS POUVANT ENTRAÎNER DES
BLESSURES
1)
Chaleur intense. Eviter tout contact avec des personnes ou des tissues. Attention, de graves blessures
peuvent résulter de production d’ozone par cette lampe. Un système de ventilation adapté doit être fournies
2)
La température de surface = 300.c
La temperature de l’ambiance = 50.c
3)
Ne convient pas pour un usage résidential.
4)
Utilisable seulement dans les locaux secs.
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Revision History
This manual has been revised as follows:
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Version
Release Date
Notes
BASIC
February 27, 2009
A
May 21, 2009
Software version 1.1. Updated menu system, spin mode values, and
troubleshooting chart. Added Bypass Calibration, Gobo Set Zero
Position, and Software Update procedures.
B
July 9, 2009
Added additional hanging instructions, photometrics, and power consumption chart. Updated various menu and operational details.
C
December 15, 2009
Software version 1.5. Updated menu system and maintenance cleaning procedures. Added Group Test instructions, Comm Loss setting,
new control channel options, and optional follow spot operation.
D
March 24, 2010
Software version 1.6. Includes functionality for CMY version. Added
CMY luminaire information where applicable.
E
October 18, 2010
Revised lamp warm-up specification from 840W to 750W. Added
Designer Color and Gobo Wheel standard configurations to Description section. Updated book format.
F
January 5, 2011
Corrected configuration of the Designer Color Wheel standard positions in Description section.
Software version 1.0. Initial release.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
About This Manual........................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Documentation ............................................................................................................................................................
Customer Service .........................................................................................................................................................................
Gobo Art Submission Guidelines .................................................................................................................................................
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2
3
Chapter 1. Description
Features
Overview....................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Luminaire Models ......................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Components
Included Items .............................................................................................................................................................................. 8
Replacement Items and Accessories ........................................................................................................................................... 8
Major Components and Controls ................................................................................................................................................. 9
Designer Color Wheel Standard Configuration .......................................................................................................................... 10
Standard Gobo Wheel Configuration ......................................................................................................................................... 11
Chapter 2. Installation
Power and Data Cabling Requirements
Power .........................................................................................................................................................................................
Data ............................................................................................................................................................................................
DMX512 Cables ..................................................................................................................................................................
DMX512 Male Termination Connector ................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Cables...................................................................................................................................................................
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Installation Procedures
Unpacking and Attaching Hanging Brackets .............................................................................................................................
Standard Hang ...........................................................................................................................................................................
Vertical "Yoke Out" Hang............................................................................................................................................................
Standing Position .......................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Power and Data ......................................................................................................................................................
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Power Up and Basic Setup Procedures
Powering Up the Luminaire ........................................................................................................................................................
Comm LED Operation .........................................................................................................................................................
Bypassing Calibration.................................................................................................................................................................
Setting a Starting Address..........................................................................................................................................................
DMX Comm.........................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet (Art-Net) Comm.....................................................................................................................................................
Starting the Lamp .......................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Comm Loss Setting ................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Universe, Comm, and Other Options .....................................................................................................................
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Accessory Options
Follow Spot Operation................................................................................................................................................................ 31
Enabling Pan/Tilt Free Mode ............................................................................................................................................... 32
Chapter 3. Operation
Menu System
Using the Menu Touchscreen .....................................................................................................................................................
On-Board Battery ................................................................................................................................................................
Menu System Overview..............................................................................................................................................................
Menu Details...............................................................................................................................................................................
Home Screen ......................................................................................................................................................................
Lamp Screen .......................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Screen ..........................................................................................................................................................
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Pan/Tilt Screen ....................................................................................................................................................................
Information Screen ..............................................................................................................................................................
Communication Screen .......................................................................................................................................................
Status Screen ......................................................................................................................................................................
Test Screen .........................................................................................................................................................................
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DMX512 Operation
Channel Mapping .......................................................................................................................................................................
Wheel Control .............................................................................................................................................................................
Control Channels ........................................................................................................................................................................
Timing Channels .........................................................................................................................................................................
Channel Functions...............................................................................................................................................................
Timing Channel Mapping ....................................................................................................................................................
Zoom Tables ...............................................................................................................................................................................
Gobo Set Zero Position ..............................................................................................................................................................
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Chapter 4. Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Guide................................................................................................................................................................ 52
Errors .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 53
Testing
Test Screen ................................................................................................................................................................................. 56
Mechanical Test .......................................................................................................................................................................... 57
Group Test .................................................................................................................................................................................. 58
Software Update
Software Update Using LumLoader Application ........................................................................................................................ 59
Software Crossload .................................................................................................................................................................... 60
Equipment Handling
Proper Lamp Servicing and Operation ....................................................................................................................................... 61
Routine Maintenance
Removing the Head Covers........................................................................................................................................................
Removing the Aft Cover..............................................................................................................................................................
Removing the Enclosure Covers ................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning the Head Electrostatic Filters ......................................................................................................................................
Cleaning the Enclosure Intake Filters .........................................................................................................................................
Cleaning the Luminaire Exterior..................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning the Lenses ...................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning Gobo, Color and Dimmer Wheels................................................................................................................................
Replacing the Lamp....................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting the Lamp.....................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing a Gobo .......................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing a Designer Color Filter ...............................................................................................................................................
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Appendix A. Technical Specifications
Bad Boy Spot Luminaire.............................................................................................................................................................
Bad Boy Road Case ...................................................................................................................................................................
AC Line Current / Power vs. Voltage ..........................................................................................................................................
Photometric Data........................................................................................................................................................................
Narrow Zoom.......................................................................................................................................................................
Medium Zoom .....................................................................................................................................................................
Wide Zoom ..........................................................................................................................................................................
Logarithmic Beam Illuminance Comparison .......................................................................................................................
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Appendix B. Glossary
Glossary of Terms ....................................................................................................................................................................... 92
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About This Manual
This manual provides necessary information regarding product safety, installation, and operation for the following
equipment:
+ Bad Boy® Spot Luminaire (20.9812.0001)
+ Bad Boy® CMY Spot Luminaire (20.9812.0002)
Familiarizing yourself with this information will help you get the most out of your lighting system.
WARNING: It is important to read ALL accompanying safety and installation instructions to avoid damage to
the product and potential injury to yourself or others.
Additional Documentation
For in-depth field service information, refer to the following PRG manual:
+ Bad Boy® Spot Luminaire Field Service Manual (02.9812.0005)
For more information regarding DMX512 systems, refer to the DMX512/1990 & AMX 192 Standards publication
available from United States Institute for Theatre Technology, Inc. (USITT).
USITT
6443 Ridings Road
Syracuse, NY 13206-1111 USA
1-800-93USITT
www.usitt.org
For more information regarding Art-Net protocol, refer to the specification for Art-Net II Ethernet Communication
Standard available from Artistic Licence Ltd.
Artistic Licence (UK) Ltd (Registered Office)
24 Forward Drive, Christchurch Avenue,
Harrow, Middlesex, HA3 8NT, United Kingdom
+44 (0)20 88 63 45 15 (phone)
+44 (0)20 84 26 05 51 (fax)
www.artisticlicence.com
For additional documentation, please visit our support tech center at: www.prg.com/support
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Customer Service
For technical assistance, contact the PRG International Service Center or contact your nearest PRG office. Contact
information for all PRG office locations can be found on our website at: www.prg.com/about-us/locations/
PRG Dallas (International Service)
8617 Ambassador Row, Suite 120
Dallas, Texas 75247 USA
Phone: 214.630.1963
Fax: 214.630.5867
Service Fax: 214.638.2125
Service Email: orders@prg.com
For additional resources and documentation, please visit our website at: www.prg.com
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Gobo Art Submission Guidelines
1) Each black and white image should be submitted with artwork oriented as intended for viewing when projected
from the luminaire onto a flat surface such as a white wall.
2) Highest resolution and cleanest available image or sketch should be submitted - preferably in vector format
(Adobe Illustrator, AutoCad .dxf or .dwg, etc.) or, alternately, a raster image (.tiff, .jpeg, .bmp or .gif) may be used.
3) Areas of the image that are to be left open or clear should be shown in the artwork as white, while areas of the
image that are to be occluded or opaque should be shown in the artwork as black.
4) Orient image so that the intended top of the image is pointing straight up.
5) Colored images should be submitted in CMYK color space to accommodate the color separation process.
6) Artwork files should be emailed to: BadBoyGobos@prg.com
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DESCRIPTION
This chapter contains an overview of luminaire features and components.
+
FEATURES
+
COMPONENTS
FEATURES
Overview
The Bad Boy Spot Luminaire combines the qualities of a traditional automated light
with a large venue fixture.
Features
+ Philips MSR Gold™ FastFit lamp that can be set to levels 900W, 1200W, or
1400W.
+ Built-in LCD touchscreen display which provides access to control, configuration,
status, and testing functions.
+ Zoom lens system consisting of four groups of lenses - each independently
controlled for accuracy while maintaining focus during zoom changes.
+ Zoom range of 8:1 from a narrow spot of 7° to a wide flood of 56°.
+ Edge control for gobo focus and gobo morphing.
+ Mechanical iris which provides continuous beam size control for both rapid
changes and smooth timed beam angle changes.
+ 8-inch diameter front lens which produces a large, full beam that easily can be
varied by the luminaire’s zoom lens and beam size iris.
+ Full-field dimming from 0 to 100% with accurate slow-speed control as well as fast bumps.
+ Standard Version - Quantum Color® system featuring four (4) color wheels with seven discrete colors on each
wheel: one (1) designer wheel with user-changeable color filters and three (3) fixed color wheels organized into
Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow (CYM).
+ CMY Version - CMY color system featuring three (3) cross-fading color wheels (Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow), plus
one (1) designer wheel with user-changeable color filters.
+ Instantaneous color bumps and flashes as well as smooth control for timed color changes.
+ Two (2) indexable, rotating gobo wheels with seven (7) gobos per wheel. Gobos are individually calibrated so the
unit will automatically index the orientation of each gobo regardless of placement.
+ Variable frost for smooth diffusion.
+ Servo-powered, lightning fast strobe mechanism.
+ Precision glass reflector with dichroic cold mirror coating.
+ On-board battery to address and configure fixture without main power.
+ Three-phase, high-speed servo motors for pan and tilt to provide repeatable, precise responses.
+ Pan and tilt locking mechanisms which automatically unlock when power is applied to the fixture.
+ Pan range of 540° and a tilt range of 270°.
+ Can be mounted and operated in any orientation.
+ Compatible with all PRG consoles and a wide variety of DMX512 and Art-Net consoles. An internal Ethernet
switch allows for daisy-chaining fixtures.
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Luminaire Models
The Bad Boy Spot Luminaire is available in two versions:
+ Standard (20.9812.0001) - contains a Quantum Color® system.
+ CMY (20.9812.0002) - contains a CMY color system.
The Bad Boy CMY luminaire can be identified by a label on the input panel:
C
M
Y
ACTIVEONLY
WHEN FIXTURE
IS POWE
RED
C
M
C O MM
A C IN
200 - 240 V A C
Y
T HR U
DMX
E T H ERNE T
50 / 60 H z
15 A M a x
IN
Figure 1-1: Identifying CMY Version
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COMPONENTS
Included Items
The following illustration shows all items included with the luminaire:
AC Line Cord
Power Cable
(25.9812.0902.5)
(2) Hanging Bracket Assemblies
-- with Mega-Claw Truss Hook
(21.9812.0863)
Bad Boy Luminaire (20.9812.0001) - standard version
- or Bad Boy Luminaire (20.9812.0002) - CMY version
Figure 1-2: Bad Boy Luminaire Included Items
Replacement Items and Accessories
The following items can be ordered from PRG. (Please order by PRG part number.)
PRG P/N
21.9812.0863
Bad Boy Hanging Bracket Assembly
22.9620.0194
Safety Cable Assembly
23.9623.0177
DMX Termination Connector
25.9812.0902.5
AC Line Cord 2.5' 14/3 L6-20 Cable Assembly
28.9812.0688
Bad Boy Follow Spot Handles and Mounts Kit
71.2566.1200.0
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Accessory
Philips MSR Gold™ FastFit Lamp
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(2) Safety Cables
(22.9620.0194)
Major Components and Controls
The following illustration shows the external luminaire components and controls.
Hanging Bracket Assembly (2) Allows luminaire to be mounted on truss pipe.
ACTIVEONLY
WHEN FIXTURE
IS POWE
RED
A C IN
200 - 240V A C
Upper Enclosure Houses power supply, ballast, and
provides Data In and Thru, and AC
power connections. Also houses the
Menu Touchscreen (see detail below).
T HR U
C O MM
FRONT VIEW
DMX
E T H ERNE T
50 / 60 H z
15 A M a x
IN
Yoke Assembly Houses Master Control Board (MCB) .
Head Assembly Houses Color, Gobo, Zoom, Iris,
Frost, and Strobe mechanisms.
Front Lens 8-inch diameter front lens.
Upper Enclosure Detail
Menu Touchscreen Used to configure
luminaire address
and other options.
Also, provides status
information and
testing.
Ethernet Thru
DMX512 Thru
LAMP
temp
COMM
ACTIVE ON LY
WHE N FIXTURE
IS POW ERED
INFO
125
hrs
34C
01:34
THRU
CONFIG
addr
univ
Comm LED
AC IN
200 -240 VAC
TEST
1400w
A
DMX
DMX
STATUS
OK
Battery Wake Switch *
Neutrik® AC
Power Connector
COMM
043
DMX512 Input
IN
ETHERNET
50 / 60 Hz
15A Max
Ethernet Input
* Not available on all units
Figure 1-3: Bad Boy Luminaire External Components and Controls
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Designer Color Wheel Standard Configuration
The following drawing shows the standard Bad Boy Designer Color Wheel configuration.
Figure 1-4: Designer Color Wheel Standard Configuration
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Standard Gobo Wheel Configuration
The following drawing shows the standard Bad Boy Designer Gobo Wheel configurations.
Figure 1-5: Gobo Wheel Standard Configurations
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2.
INSTALLATION
This chapter contains instructions for installing the luminaire. It includes instructions for connecting
power and data, along with instructions for powering up the luminaire for the first time and addressing
it within your system.
+
POWER AND DATA CABLING REQUIREMENTS
+
INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
+
POWER UP AND BASIC SETUP PROCEDURES
+
ACCESSORY OPTIONS
POWER AND DATA CABLING REQUIREMENTS
Power
The Bad Boy Spot Luminaire requires standard AC power distribution from 200-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 15A maximum.
The upper enclosure provides a Neutrik® connector for power input. Use the provided AC Line Cord Cable Assembly
(25.9812.0902.5) to connect power.
LAMP
temp
COMM
ACTIVE ON LY
WHE N FIXTURE
IS POW ERED
INFO
hrs
125
34C
01:34
THRU
CONFIG
addr
univ
AC IN
200 -240 VAC
TEST
1400w
Neutrik® AC
Power Connector
COMM
043
A
DMX
DMX
ETHERNET
STATUS
OK
IN
50 / 60 Hz
15A Max
Figure 2-1: Power Input Connector
Refer to "AC Line Current / Power vs. Voltage" on page 85 for details on power consumption at various voltages.
Data
DMX512 Cables
The Bad Boy Luminaire is equipped with two, 5-pin XLR connectors for DMX IN and DMX THRU (out) applications.
DMX IN requires a 5-pin, female XLR connector and DMX THRU requires a 5-pin, male XLR connector. When
purchasing or constructing data cables, it is important that not only the correct cable type be used, but also quality
cable to ensure a reliable DMX512 system. Your cabling should meet the following USITT DMX specification
requirements:
+ Suitable for use with EIA485 (RS485) operation at 250k baud.
+ Characteristic impedance 85-150 ohms, nominally 120 ohms.
+ Low capacitance.
+ Two twisted pairs.
+ Foil and braid shielded.
+ 24 AWG minimum gauge for runs up to 1000 feet (300m).
+ 22 AWG minimum gauge for runs up to 1640 feet (500m).
Note: Microphone type cables and other general purpose, two-core audio or signal cables are not suitable for use
with DMX512.
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The XLR 5-pin connectors should be wired as follows:
Pin/Wire Code to XLR Connectors
DMX Thru
Cable Pinout
1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Foil & Braided
Shield
1st
conductor of
1st twisted
pair
2nd
conductor of
1st twisted
pair
1st
conductor of
2nd twisted
pair
2nd
conductor of
2nd twisted
pair
Data (-)
Data (+)
Data (-)
Data (+)
5
2
3
DMX In
Cable Pinout
Pin 1
4
Male Conn
5
1
4
3
2
Female Conn
Note: Refer to the USITT Recommended Practice for DMX512 guide for additional information regarding DMX512
systems. See "Additional Documentation" on page 1.
Recommended Cable Types/Manufacturers
These are only a few of the suitable cable types. Any quality EIA485, twisted pair, 120 ohm, shielded cable will also
work.
Type
Pairs
ZΩ∗
Jacket
AWG
Use
Temp (F)
Belden Cables
1215A
2
150
PVC
26
IBM Type 6 Office cable
75
1269A
2
100
PTFE
22 (Solid)
High Temp, Plenum cable
200
8102
2
100
PVC
24
UL2919
80
8132
2
120
PVC
28
UL2919
80
8162
2
100
PVC
24
UL2493
60
82729
2
100
PTFE
24
High Temp, Plenum cable
200
88102
2
100
PTFE
24
High Temp, Plenum cable
200
89696
2
100
PTFE
22
High Temp, Plenum cable
200
89729
2
100
PTFE
24
High Temp, Plenum cable
200
89855
2
100
PTFE
22
High Temp, Plenum cable
200
9729
2
100
PVC
24
UL2493
60
9804
2
100
PVC
28
UL2960
60
9829
2
100
PVC
24
UL2919
80
9842
2
120
PVC
24
UL2919
80
Proplex Cables
PC224P
2
110
Polyurethane
22
Heavy Duty and Portable
105
PC224T
2
110
PVC
22
UL2464
105
PC226T
3
110
PVC
22
UL2464
* Characteristic Impedance
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DMX512 Male Termination Connector
A male XLR DMX512 termination connector is required at the last luminaire (or "far end of
the line") to prevent signal reflections. Signal reflections may cancel out the signal at
certain line lengths, resulting in errors. The terminator is also necessary for software
downloads and running tests on multiple luminaires. To construct your own connector,
you will need the following components:
+ 5-pin, male XLR connector.
+ 120 ohm resistor.
1
5
2
4
3
Solder resistor
across pins 2 & 3
Note: A male termination connector is also available as an accessory from PRG. See "Replacement Items and
Accessories" on page 8.
Ethernet Cables
The Bad Boy Luminaire is equipped with two RJ-45 type connectors for Ethernet input/output. Ethernet cabling
should follow these guidelines:
+ Ethernet cable assemblies must match the CAT5e specification.
+ Regular or crossover cables are acceptable.
+ Both EtherCon® and RJ-45 connectors are acceptable.
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
Unpacking and Attaching Hanging Brackets
The Bad Boy Spot Luminaire can be hung horizontally or vertically from any structure designed to accommodate the
load of this moving luminaire. Two provided Hanging Bracket Assemblies (21.9812.0863) are used to attach the
luminaire to a truss pipe. The Hanging Brackets consist of a pre-assembled bracket with a Mega-Claw Truss Hook.
To unpack and attach brackets:
Step 1. Unlatch and remove case lid (Figure 2-2).
Step 2. Remove Power Cord, Safety Cables, and Hanging Brackets from case.
Step 3. Tilt luminaire enclosure upright as shown.
Step 4. Install Hanging Brackets as follows:
a. Choose orientation. Brackets may be attached in one of four positions. Refer to Figure 2-3 for a
diagram of the orientation options.
b. Orient Hanging Bracket in desired direction over two attachment buttons on bottom of upper enclosure
(Figure 2-2).
c. Place Hanging Bracket down over buttons and slide until bracket locks into place (you will hear a "click"
when bracket is locked).
Case
Hanging Bracket (2)
Power Cord
Safety Cable (2)
Figure 2-2: Opening Case and Attaching Hanging Brackets
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2-Point Hang
3-Point Hang *
* Requires three brackets.
Figure 2-3: Hanging Bracket Orientations
Standard Hang
WARNING: The luminaire is heavy. Use caution when lifting.
WARNING: Two safety cables and at least two truss hooks should be used in all hang configurations.
To install in standard 2-point hang:
Truss Pipe
Step 1. Unpack case and attach Hanging Brackets.
Refer to "Unpacking and Attaching Hanging
Brackets" on page 17.
Step 2. Roll case to mounting location as required
(Figure 2-4).
Step 3. Using two people, carefully lift luminaire into
mounting position.
Step 4. Secure in place by tightening Truss Hook wing
bolts (Figure 2-5). Ensure that luminaire is fully
supported.
Step 5. Feed safety cables through mounting bracket
slots and secure around pipe as shown in
Figure 2-5.
Figure 2-4: Removing Luminaire From Case
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Step 6. Connect power and data cables according to "Connecting Power and Data" on page 23.
Two (2) Safety Cables MUST be used
for all hanging installations and may
be required by local codes.
30"
(762 mm)
Safety cables and input
pigtail cable must be dressed
to avoid interference with
luminaire motion.
Square tube or round
pipe. Minimum outside
dimension for pipe or
tube is 1 inch (2.54 cm).
Maximum outside
dimension is 2 inches
(5.08 cm)
15.6"
(396mm)
39.125"
(994 mm)
POSITIONING:
Can be mounted in any orientation.
SPACING:
13.5"
(343 mm)
Hangs on 30 inch (762 mm) centers.
WEIGHT:
167 lbs (75.8 kg) - includes clamps and rails
Figure 2-5: Standard Hanging Configuration and Dimensions
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Vertical "Yoke Out" Hang
The Bad Boy Spot Luminaire can be hung in a vertical position, if required. In this configuration, the luminaire should
be positioned so that the interface panel (display) is facing downward for ease of programming.
WARNING: The luminaire is heavy. Use caution when lifting.
WARNING: The vertical configuration requires 3 people to hang and secure the luminaire.
WARNING: Two safety cables and at least two truss hooks should be used in all hang configurations.
To install in vertical hang:
Step 1. Orient Hanging Brackets as shown in Figure 2-6.
Step 2. Place Hanging Bracket down over buttons and slide until bracket locks into place (you will hear a "click"
when bracket is locked).
CAUTION: Hanging Brackets must be installed in the orientation shown in Figure 2-6 so that the interface
panel (display) will face downward.
Figure 2-6: Attaching Hanging Brackets
Step 3. Roll case to mounting location as required (Figure 2-7).
Step 4. Using two people, carefully lift luminaire into mounting position so that display is facing downward.
Step 5. Using a third person, secure in place by tightening Truss Hook wing bolts. Ensure that luminaire is fully
supported.
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Step 6. Feed safety cables through mounting bracket slots and secure around pipe.
Step 7. Connect power and data cables according to "Connecting Power and Data" on page 23.
1
Remove Luminaire From Case
Vertical
Truss
2
Attach to Vertical Truss
Wing Bolt
a) Using two people, carefully lift
luminaire into mounting position so that
display is facing downward.
b) Using a third person,
secure in place by
tightening Truss Hook
wing bolts.
UP
Vertical
Truss
Display
Figure 2-7: Vertical "Yoke Out" Hanging Configuration
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Standing Position
The Bad Boy Spot Luminaire can also be used in a standing position. Be sure that the floor or stage will
accommodate the load of this moving luminaire.
To install in a standing position:
Step 1. Unlatch and remove case lid (Figure 2-8).
Step 2. Remove Power Cord and Safety Cables from case.
Step 3. Tilt case upright as shown. Use grips on bottom of case to assist in tilting upward.
Step 4. Carefully remove luminaire from case and place in standing position.
Step 5. Connect power and data cables according to "Connecting Power and Data" on page 23.
1
Case
Power Cord and
Safety Cables
Case
Grips
2
3
Figure 2-8: Standing Position
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Connecting Power and Data
The Bad Boy Spot Luminaire may be controlled by DMX512 or Ethernet. The control inputs are located at the upper
enclosure connector panel.
DMX512 Thru
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Neutrik® AC
Power Connector
COMM
043
A
DMX
DMX
ETHERNET
STATUS
OK
IN
DMX512 Input
50 / 60 Hz
15A Max
Ethernet Input/Output
Figure 2-9: Data Connections
Observe the following guidelines when setting up the system:
+ The DMX512 Thru port remains active even if the luminaire is not powered up.
+ A maximum of 32 luminaires may be connected in any one DMX512 or Ethernet data link. However, note that the
maximum limit applies to the luminaire "daisy-chain" only. Your system or console may require fewer luminaires
on a single data link path. Consult your console documentation for more information.
+ The Ethernet ports are not assigned as either In or Thru as the DMX512 ports are assigned. Ethernet can be
connected in any configuration.
+ Standard "star" topology should be used with Ethernet configurations. DO NOT create a "ring" with Ethernet.
CAUTION: The Ethernet ports are connected to an internal switch. If power is disconnected to the luminaire,
the switch will go off, therefore cutting communication to downstream luminaires.
Power is provided by the AC Line Cord Cable Assembly (25.9812.0902.5) connected to the Neutrik® power input
connector. There is no power on/off switch.
Note: Refer to "Comm LED Operation" on page 26 for more details about the Comm LED.
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To connect power and data:
Step 1. Connect data cable (DMX512 or Ethernet) from console to appropriate input connector at first luminaire in
chain (Figure 2-10).
Step 2. If required, connect additional data cables from appropriate thru connectors to input connectors of
remaining luminaires in chain.
Step 3. For DMX512 systems: At last luminaire in chain, install male termination connector at DMX512 THRU
connector. (Luminaires and other devices on the same DMX512 chain may not function properly without
termination.) Refer to "DMX512 Male Termination Connector" on page 16.
Step 4. At each luminaire, connect AC Line Cord Cable Assembly from power input source.
Step 5. Dress and secure all cables so that they will not interfere with luminaire head or yoke movement.
DMX512 Daisy-Chain
DMX512 Thru
COMM
DMX512 Thru
ACIN
200 -240 VAC
THRU
COMM
DMX
ACIN
200 -240 VAC
THRU
ETHERNET
COMM
DMX
50 / 60 Hz
15AMax
IN
DMX
50 / 60 Hz
15AMax
IN
ACIN
200 -240 VAC
THRU
ETHERNET
ETHERNET
50 / 60 Hz
15AMax
IN
Power In
Power In
DMX512 In
Termination
Connector
Power In
Ethernet Daisy-Chain *
Ethernet
COMM
ACIN
200 -240 VAC
THRU
COMM
DMX
IN
Ethernet
ACIN
200 -240 VAC
THRU
ETHERNET
COMM
DMX
50 / 60 Hz
15AMax
IN
Power In
ACIN
200 -240 VAC
THRU
ETHERNET
DMX
50 / 60 Hz
15AMax
Power In
IN
ETHERNET
50 / 60 Hz
15AMax
Power In
Ethernet
*The Ethernet ports are not assigned as either In or Thru as the DMX512 ports are. Ethernet can be connected in any configuration.
Figure 2-10: Connecting Power and Data Cables
Note: If control data is active on both XLR and Ethernet connections, the fixture will follow the DMX512 commands
coming from the XLR.
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POWER UP AND BASIC SETUP PROCEDURES
Powering Up the Luminaire
When AC power is applied, the luminaire will begin a calibration sequence which moves its pan, tilt, and all beam
control mechanisms. After calibration, the luminaire head will either stop at its "home" position (which positions the
pan axis at mid-rotation and the head parallel to the yoke with the lens pointing away from the luminaire upper
enclosure) or move to its current DMX-defined position if DMX512 data is present. The beam control mechanisms will
also move to their "home" or DMX-defined positions. The lamp is set to OFF in the default mode.
The luminaire also contains an on-board battery so that it can be addressed and configured without being connected
to main power (refer to "On-Board Battery" on page 34).
CAUTION: Before applying power, be sure the luminaire is hung or positioned so that the head and yoke can
move freely without restriction. Refer clearances in Figure 2-5 on page 19.
CAUTION: If luminaire is operated without yoke leg covers in place, pan problems will occur.
To power up:
Step 1. At each luminaire, connect power. Allow luminaire to complete its calibration sequence.
Step 2. For normal power up, the Menu Touchscreen "Home" screen will display Status OK. The Home screen will
also display the luminaire’s DMX address and lamp information.
Step 3. Check Comm LED for proper operation. Refer to "Comm LED Operation" on page 26.
Step 4. To strike lamp, send appropriate command from console or follow steps provided in "Starting the Lamp" on
page 29.
Home Screen
AC IN
200 -240 VAC
COMM
THRU
DMX
IN
ETHERNET
50 /60 Hz
15A Max
Figure 2-11: Menu Touchscreen at Power Up
Note: Refer to "Menu System" on page 34 for more information about the Menu Touchscreen.
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Comm LED Operation
The Comm LED - located on the upper enclosure connector panel - indicates system control status. This can be used
determine if the luminaire is receiving a control signal. LED indications are as follows:
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Comm LED
Figure 2-12: Comm LED
+ Green - The Comm LED will light green if either DMX or Ethernet control is present. Note that if both valid DMX
and Ethernet control are being received, DMX control will take precedence.
+ Red - The Comm LED will light red if no DMX or Ethernet is present.
Bypassing Calibration
If the menu screen is touched (in the center) and held during startup, the luminaire will
present a menu that provides the option to bypass calibration. This feature allows the
luminaire to skip the calibration sequence so that it can be powered up in the case for
configuration purposes.
To bypass calibration:
Step 1. Connect power to luminaire.
Step 2. At startup, touch center of menu screen and hold until Bypass Calibration
menu appears.
Step 3. Press Yes to bypass calibration. (The menu will automatically dismiss if no
selection is made within 5 seconds.)
Step 4. Proceed with programming of starting address or other options.
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Setting a Starting Address
The method for setting a DMX starting address is the same whether the luminaire is being controlled by DMX512 or
Ethernet (Art-Net). The only difference is that the Home screen will display the Comm as either "DMX" or "ETH"
depending on the control input.
The DMX starting address is programmed at the Menu Touchscreen. The luminaire retains its address even if power is
removed.
Note: Refer to your console operating instructions for specific information regarding its addressing requirements.
DMX Comm
The starting address for DMX512 systems is programmed using the CONFIG menu.
To program a starting address:
Step 1. At Home screen, press CONFIG panel.
Step 2. At Configuration screen, press DMX ADDRESS panel.
Step 3. At numeric keypad, enter new starting address and press ENTER.
Control Input Type
Figure 2-13: Setting Starting Address (DMX Control)
Note: Refer to "Menu System" on page 34 for more information about the Menu Touchscreen.
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Ethernet (Art-Net) Comm
The starting address for Ethernet (Art-Net) systems is programmed using the CONFIG menu.
To program a starting address:
Step 1. At Home screen, press CONFIG panel.
Step 2. At Configuration screen, press DMX ADDRESS panel.
Step 3. At numeric keypad, enter new starting address and press ENTER.
Control Input Type
Figure 2-14: Setting Starting Address (Ethernet Control)
To select an Art-Net universe:
If using Ethernet control, a universe must be selected in addition to the DMX address. The universe can be selected
and displayed in either alphabetic or numeric mode (using the UNIV FORMAT screen). The alpha mode is useful to
differentiate universes from DMX addresses and is the standard on Virtuoso® control systems. In alpha mode, the
valid universes are A-JE, selected from the alphabetic keypad (as shown below). If in numeric mode, the valid
universes are 0-255, selected from the numeric keypad.
Figure 2-15: Selecting a Universe (Ethernet Control)
Note: Refer to "Menu System" on page 34 for more information about the Menu Touchscreen.
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Starting the Lamp
The lamp can be started (turned on) via console command or at the luminaire itself by using the Menu Touchscreen.
To start lamp using Menu Touchscreen:
Step 1. At Home screen, press LAMP panel.
Step 2. At Lamp screen, current lamp status (ON/OFF) will be displayed. Press START to bring up YES/NO options.
Figure 2-16: Starting the Lamp
Step 3. Press YES to start lamp.
Lamp Operation Settings
The luminaire can also be configured to power up with its lamp on or off, and the maximum lamp power level can be
set via the Lamp screen. For details about all lamp configuration options, refer to "Lamp Screen" on page 38.
Lamp Warm-Up
By default, the lamp is configured for a 3 minute warm-up period at 1200W or less. To override this setting, use the
control channel options (refer to "Control Channels" on page 45).
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Configuring Comm Loss Setting
The Communication screen includes a "Comm Loss" setting. This setting will configure how long to wait before the
fixture fades to black upon loss of comm data.
To configure the Comm Loss setting:
Step 1. At Communication screen, press COMM LOSS.
Step 2. Set Trigger Fade After to none, 30 seconds or 60 seconds.
Step 3. Exit Communication screen.
Figure 2-17: Configuring Comm Loss Setting
Configuring Universe, Comm, and Other Options
Other luminaire configurations can be set using the menu screens available at the Menu Touchscreen. Refer to "Menu
System" on page 34 for complete instructions on using these features.
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ACCESSORY OPTIONS
Follow Spot Operation
The Bad Boy Spot Luminaire may also be used as a follow spot fixture. A Follow Spot Handles Kit (28.9812.0688) is
available for this purpose. The kit includes three handles so that follow spot operation may be accomplished from the
side of the fixture (using the two side handles) or from the rear of the fixture (using the two rear handles). When
operating as a follow spot, the pan/tilt should be configured for "free" movement (refer to "Enabling Pan/Tilt Free
Mode" on page 32).
To install follow spot handles:
Step 1. At Head Cover, remove two 8-32 x 3/8" PPB screws as shown in Figure 2-18.
Step 2. Install one Front Mount and two Rear Mounts using supplied hardware.
10-32 x 5/8" SCB Screw
(53.6515.0625.0)
Rear Handle Mount
(10.9812.0689)
Front Handle Mount
(10.9812.0688)
8-32 x 5/8" SHCS Screw (2)
(53.6696.0625.0)
8-32 x 3/8" PPB Screw (2)
Figure 2-18: Installing Follow Spot Handles - Step 1
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Step 3. For each Handle Assembly, feed Lanyard through yoke handle, then feed Handle through loop as shown in
Figure 2-19.
Step 4. Thread Handles into Handle Mounts.
Lanyard
Yoke Handle
Follow Spot
Handle Assembly
Figure 2-19: Installing Follow Spot Handles - Step 2
Enabling Pan/Tilt Free Mode
At Pan/Tilt Menu:
A "Free" mode is available at the Pan/Tilt Menu screen so that the luminaire may be
used as a follow spot fixture.
The FREE panel displays the current "free" setting. Press to bring up Yes/No options.
Yes will enable "free" control, which allows the luminaire to be used as a follow spot.
Refer to "Pan/Tilt Screen" on page 39 for additional information about the Pan/Tilt
Menu items.
Using Control Channels:
The Free mode may also be enabled/disabled using control channels. Refer to
"Control Channels" on page 45.
Pan/Tilt Screen
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3.
OPERATION
This chapter contains instructions for using the Menu Touchscreen and controlling the luminaire by
DMX512.
+
MENU SYSTEM
+
DMX512 OPERATION
MENU SYSTEM
Using the Menu Touchscreen
The menu system is a set of software screens used to configure, address, report status, and test the luminaire. These
functions are controlled at the Menu Touchscreen as shown in Figure 3-1.
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Menu Touchscreen Used to configure
luminaire address
and other options.
Also, provides status
information and
testing.
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DMX
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ETHERNET
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Figure 3-1: Menu Touchscreen
Color Codes
The menu screens are color coded as follows:
+ Blue - function control screens. These are configurable functions which will open a sub-menu when touched.
+ Green - informational screens. These display status info and will not open further menus when touched.
+ Red - important control screens. These are configurable functions which will open a sub-menu when touched.
Activating these functions will affect important luminaire settings.
Navigation
To navigate the menus, press the blue or red areas of the touchscreen.
Screen Saver Mode
The menu will automatically return to the Home screen, from a sub-menu, if inactive for 45 seconds. The display will
go into screen saver mode (backlight off) if inactive for five minutes.
The menu will automatically jump to the Status screen and wake up the display when a mechanism status changes
(error, calibration, etc.).
Bypass Calibration
If the menu screen is touched (in the center) and held during startup, the luminaire will present a menu that provides
the option to bypass calibration. This feature allows the luminaire to skip the calibration sequence so that it can be
powered up in the case for configuration purposes. (Refer to "Bypassing Calibration" on page 26.)
On-Board Battery
The luminaire contains an on-board battery so that it can be addressed and configured without being connected to
main power.
Some Bad Boy luminaires also have a Battery Wake Switch located below the Comm LED. This momentary switch
will engage the on-board battery. While the switch is depressed, the menu interface comes up allowing you to set the
DMX address and other configuration changes without applying power to the unit. The motorized functions are
automatically disabled when under battery control.
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DMX
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Battery Wake Switch *
* Not available on all units
Figure 3-2: Battery Wake Switch
Note: The Battery Wake Switch is not available on all units.
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Menu System Overview
The menu system consists of a hierarchy of menu
levels as shown in Figure 3-3. Sub-menus,
options, and alpha/numeric keypads may be
accessed by pressing the blue and red areas of
these main screens. Pressing EXIT will return to
the previous screen.
When power is applied to the luminaire, the Menu
Touchscreen will display an initialization screen
during calibration. After calibration is complete,
the Home screen will be displayed. Refer to
"Menu Details" on page 37 for an in-depth
explanation of each menu screen and its
functions.
Home
-
Lamp
Config
Info
Test
Comm
Status
Lamp
-
Lamp Hours
Strikes
Maximum Power
Power On
Start/Douse
Temperature
Fans
Configuration (Config)
- Display
- Reset Defaults
- Pan/Tilt
- Zoom Fast/Focus
- DMX/ETH Address
- Universe
- Universe Format
Information (Info)
- Run Time
- Software Version
- Fixture Hours
- Crossload SW
Test
-
Re-Calibrate
Re-Calibrate ALL
Disable
Mechanical Test
Clean Lenses
Group Test
Communication (Comm)
- Control
- Info
Status
- Mechanisms
- Log
Pan/Tilt
- Invert Pan
- Invert Tilt
- Swap Pan/Tilt
- Free
- Lock Pan
- Lock Tilt
Recalibrate
- ALL
- Pan/Tilt
- Zoom
- Colors
- Gobos
- Dimmer/Strobe
Disable
- ALL
- Pan/Tilt
- Zoom
- Wheels
Mech
-
Tests
Pan
Tilt
Dimmer
Strobe
Cyan
Yellow
Magenta
Designer
Gobo 1
Index 1
Gobo 2
Index 2
Zoom
Iris
Frost
Figure 3-3: Menu System Overview
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Menu Details
Home Screen
The Home screen consists of several sections (referred to here as "panels") which provide status and configuration
information. Pressing the panels on the touchscreen will open the applicable sub-menus.
LAMP Panel
+ Lamp Status - displays lamp on/off status, hours, temperature and power level.
The lamp icon color indicates status of lamp: off = gray icon, on = yellow icon
(shown in example at right), error = red icon.
+ Power Level - displays current APS command: 700-1400 watt.
+ Lamp Hours - displays total lamp hours. Lamp hours are shown in green if under
threshold, yellow at 750 hours, and red at 900 hours. It is mandatory that the
lamp be changed before 900 hours.
+ Temperature - displays luminaire head temperature. The temperature is shown
in green if under limit, yellow if close to the limit, and red if over the limit.
Press panel to open Lamp Screen.
CONFIG Panel
+ Address - displays current DMX512 address 001-470.
Home Screen (standard)
+ Universe - displays current Art-Net universe (alpha A-JE or numeric 0-255), if
Art-Net is present.
Press panel to open Configuration Screen.
INFO Panel
+ Run Time - displays current run time in hours:minutes format.
Press panel to open Information Screen.
TEST Panel
Press panel to open Test Screen.
Home Screen (CMY)
COMM Panel
+ Comm - displays currently active input protocol: ETH (green), DMX (green) or
NONE (red).
Press panel to open Communication Screen.
STATUS Panel
+ Status - displays fixture status: CAL (yellow), OK (green), or ERR (red).
Press panel to open Status Screen.
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Lamp Screen
+ Lamp Hours- displays total lamp hours. Lamp hours are shown in green if under
threshold, yellow at 750 hours, and red at 900 hours. It is mandatory that the lamp
be changed before 900 hours. Press to bring up Reset Lamp Hours Yes/No
options.
+ Strikes - displays number of times the lamp has been struck.
+ Max Power - sets maximum power limit. Press to bring up 900/1200/1400 options.
(This setting is also accessible from the Control Channel. Refer to page 45.)
+ Power On - sets option to strike lamp automatically upon power up. Press to bring
up Start/Wait options.
+ Start/Douse - displays current lamp status and power setting. Press START/
DOUSE to bring up YES/NO options (depending on current lamp state).
+ Temp - displays head temperature in Celsius and Fahrenheit. The temperature is
shown in green if under limit, yellow at 65°C, and red at 75°C. At 75°C the lamp will
douse.
Lamp Screen
+ Fans - displays fan status as OK if all fans are running, or ERR (red) if any of the luminaire’s fans are not running.
Press EXIT to return to Home Screen.
Configuration Screen
+ Display - configures orientation of the Menu Touchscreen. Press to bring up Auto/
Up/Down options.
+ Reset Defaults - resets all configuration settings and address to default values.
Press to bring up "Reset All Defaults" Yes/No options. (Refer to following page for
a list of the default settings.)
+ Pan/Tilt - displays summary of pan/tilt settings:
lock = pan or tilt is locked.*
swap = pan/tilt is swapped.
invert = pan or tilt is inverted.
free = "free" control is enabled (for operating fixture as a follow spot).
Press to bring up Pan/Tilt Screen.
+ Zoom Fast/Focus - option which allow the zoom to move as fast as possible, or
to move a little slower and retain focus while zooming.
Configuration Screen
+ DMX Address - displays current DMX512 address. Press to bring up numeric
keypad for inputing the address.
+ Universe - displays current universe. Press to bring up alpha keypad or numeric keypad, based on universe
format selection.
+ Universe Format - displays alpha/numeric universe format. Press to bring up Alpha/Numeric options.
Press EXIT to return to Home Screen.
* When Pan and/or Tilt are locked, it prevents the fixture from moving when the power is reset. For example, if a fixture is
placed within a piece of scenery that could interfere with Pan and Tilt calibration, they can be locked so that only the
internal mechanisms calibrate.
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Default Settings:
+ Address: 001
+ P/T: unlocked
+ Lamp Setting: 1400W
+ Universe: A
+ P/T: standard
(not inverted or swapped)
+ Lamp Power Up: wait
+ Universe Setting: alpha
+ Zoom: normal
+ Display: auto
Pan/Tilt Screen
+ Invert Pan / Invert Tilt - displays current invert settings. Press to bring up Invert
Yes/No options. When inverted, pan/tilt will move in the opposite direction.
+ Swap - displays current swap setting. Press to bring up Swap Pan/Tilt Yes/No
options. When swapped, the pan channel will control tilt and vice versa.
+ Free - displays the current "free" setting. Press to bring up Yes/No options. Yes
will enable "free" control, which allows the luminaire to be used as a follow spot.
(Also refer to "Follow Spot Operation" on page 31.)
+ Lock Pan/Tilt - displays current lock setting. Press to bring up Lock Yes/No
options. When locked, mechanism will not release brake or calibrate, only remain
in its fixed position.
Press EXIT to return to Lamp Screen.
Pan/Tilt Screen
Note: Pan/Tilt will default to its last setting.
Information Screen
+ Run Time - displays current run time in hours:minutes format.
+ Software Version - displays software date and time stamp, and software version
name.
+ Fixture Hours - displays total number of hours that the fixture has been
operated.
+ Crossload SW - allows the luminaire to send its software version out over the
DMX512 and Ethernet lines to other connected luminaires in the daisy-chain. (See
"Software Crossload" on page 60 for more explanation of this function.)
Press EXIT to return to Home Screen.
Information Screen
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Communication Screen
+ Control - displays current DMX512 control values. Values will be highlighted in
green when changing.
+ Info - displays current source (DMX512 or Art-Net/Ethernet), number of bytes in
the frame, update rate, and universe number (if Art-Net).
+ Comm Loss - configures how long to wait before the fixture fades to black upon
loss of comm data. Press COMM LOSS to bring up "Set Trigger Fade After"
option. Set to none, 30 seconds or 60 seconds. (Also refer to "Configuring Comm
Loss Setting" on page 30.)
Press EXIT to return to Home Screen.
Communication Screen
Status Screen
+ Mechanisms - displays mechanism status. Mechanism names will be shown in
yellow while calibrating, then change to green if okay or red if an error exists.
Press to bring up Recalibration Screen.
+ Log - displays system status log. The log entries are stored in persistent memory
and are retained through power down. Use touchscreen arrows to scroll up or
down. Press CLR to bring up Clear Log Yes/No options.
Press EXIT to return to Home Screen.
Status Screen
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Test Screen
+ Re-Cal - press to bring up Recalibration Screen. (During recalibration, intensity
goes out until all mechanism calibrations are complete and back in position, then
fades in.)
+ Re-Call ALL - press to bring up Re-Cal ALL Yes/No options.
+ Disable - press to bring up Disable Screen.
+ Mech Test - press to bring up Mechanical Test Screen. (See "Mechanical Test" on
page 57 for more explanation of this screen.)
+ Clean Lenses - press to position lenses so that all surfaces may be cleaned with
a cloth. (Note that pressing the button does not actually clean the lenses.)
+ Group Test - allows multiple Bad Boy luminaires to be run through a configurable
test sequence when chained together via DMX512 or Ethernet. (See "Group Test"
on page 58 for more explanation of this screen.)
Press EXIT to return to Home Screen.
Test Screen
Test Sub-Menu Screens
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DMX512 OPERATION
Channel Mapping
Table 3-1: DMX512 Channel Mapping
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
42
Function
Intensity - Hi Byte
Intensity - Lo Byte
Pan - Hi Byte
Pan - Lo Byte
Tilt - Hi Byte
Tilt - Lo Byte
Cyan - Hi Byte
Cyan - Lo Byte
Cyan Control
Yellow - Hi Byte
Yellow - Lo Byte
Yellow Control
Magenta - Hi Byte
Magenta - Lo Byte
Magenta Control
Designer - Hi Byte
Designer - Lo Byte
Designer Control
Gobo1 - Hi Byte
Gobo1 - Lo Byte
Gobo1 Control
Gobo1 Index - Hi Byte
Gobo1 Index - Lo Byte
Index1 Control
Gobo2 - Hi Byte
Gobo2 - Lo Byte
Gobo2 Control
Gobo2 Index - Hi Byte
Gobo2 Index - Lo Byte
Index2 Control
Zoom - Hi Byte
Zoom - Lo Byte
Edge - Hi Byte
Edge - Lo Byte
Beam Iris - Hi Byte
Beam Iris - Lo Byte
Strobe
Frost
Focus Time
Color Time
Beam Time
Control
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0
0
127 (32767)
255
127 (32767)
255
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
127 (32767)
255
0
0
0
0
127 (32767)
255
0
127 (32767)
255
127 (32767)
255
255
255
0
0
255
255
255
0
Snap
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
N
N
Y
N
N
Y
N
N
Y
N
N
Y
N
N
Y
N
N
Y
N
N
Y
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Refer To Additional Table...
page 43
page 43
page 43
page 43
page 43
page 43
page 43
page 43
page 44
page 46
page 46
page 46
page 45
Wheel Control
Every wheel, gobo or color, as well as the gobos within a wheel, follow the exact same method of control. Select the
mode with the associated control channel: continuous [index], discrete [step], spin, random slow, medium, and fast,
with strobe range at the end.
The preceding 16-bit channel sets either your choice (a gobo or color in continuous, discrete, or strobe modes,
indexed position for gobos), or your rate (spin/gobo rotation). The strobe speed range at the end sets how fast your
selection on the preceding 16-bit channel strobes to open. Gobo wheels, color wheels, and gobos all follow this same
logic, and the same control channel ranges.
Setting the Shortest Path: All wheels take the shortest path on a full speed command (instantaneous change to a
new DMX value with timing channel set to 0 or 255). If the timing channel is set to enable a timed transition, the wheel
will travel the "natural" path, i.e., it will not cross over the home position. Note that many control consoles will execute
a crossfade by sending a sequence of incremental DMX value changes, which will explicitly determine the path that
the wheel will take.
Table 3-2: Wheel Control
Range
0-9
10-19
Function
Continuous
Discrete
20-39
Spin
40-43
44-46
47-49
50-255
Slow Random
Medium Random
Fast Random
Speed Range
Notes
Continuous wheel positioning
Positioning limited to half panel increments
Continuous range from full reverse spin to no spin to full forward
spin
Random strobe - slow rate
Random strobe - medium rate
Random strobe - fast rate
Variable strobe rate from slow to max speed
Table 3-3: Gobo Wheel
Position
Open
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
DMX Value
0
7641
16023
24398
32768
41142
49511
57894
Notes
DMX values are for
full panel positions
(Continuous mode).
Table 3-4: Quantum Color Wheels
Position
Open
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
DMX Value
0
8192
16384
24576
32768
40960
49152
57344
Notes
DMX values are for
full panel positions
(Continuous mode).
*
This chart applies to
all color wheels.
* Bad Boy CMY Color Luminaire: the CMY wheels
are open at DMX value 0 and fully saturated at
DMX value 65535.
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The diagram below illustrates the wheel control modes, using the standard Color Wheel as an example:
Control Channel
Wheel Channel
0-9 continuous
wheel choice
Continuously adjustable
throughout the range.
0
57344
49152
8192
40960
16384
24576
32768
10-19 discrete
Discrete positions of whole and
half slots.
direction/speed
CCW
3276965535
20-39 spin
Stop
3276732768
Endlessly spins in a clockwise or
counterclockwise direction.
40-43 slow random
44-46 medium random
47-49 fast random
direction
slow - fast
Flashes from the current position
to white and back as fast as
possible, at a random rate.
50-255 speed range
Flashes from the current position
to white and back as fast as
possible, at a rate defined by the
control range 50-255.
Figure 3-4: Wheel Control Modes
Table 3-5: Strobe Control
Range
0-9
10-19
20-29
30-39
40-49
50-255
44
Function
Open
Closed
Slow Random
Medium Random
Fast Random
Speed Range
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Strobe fully open
Strobe fully closed
Random strobe - slow rate
Random strobe - medium rate
Random strobe - fast rate
Variable strobe rate from slow to max speed
CW
327660
Control Channels
All Control Channel functions require that the specified DMX value be held for at least 3 seconds, followed by an
immediate change to DMX 0 (without any other DMX values in between).
Zoom tables are dependent on distance to target, so several tables are provided to allow focus zoom at different
throws.
Table 3-6: Control Channels
DMX Values
(0-255)
10
12
14
16
18
19
20
30
40
45
50
Function
Recalibrate: All
Recalibrate: Zoom/Edge
Recalibrate: Color
Recalibrate: Gobos
Recalibrate: Dimmer/Strobe/Iris
Recalibrate: Pan/Tilt
Lamp: Douse
Lamp: Start
Lamp Power Limit Select: 1400W
Lamp Power Limit Select: 1200W
Lamp Power Limit Select: 900W
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Lamp: Override Start-Up Power Limit
60
62
64
66
68
70
75
77
Zoom Table Select: 30´ Throw
Zoom Table Select: 50´ Throw
Zoom Table Select: 75´ Throw
Zoom Table Select: 100´ Throw
Zoom Table Select: 300´ Throw
Zoom Table Select: 15´ Throw
Zoom Speed Select: Maintain Focus
Zoom Speed Select: Move Fast
80
Gobo: Set Zero Position
90
95
100
102
104
106
108
110
112
120
Display: Turn Backlight ON
Display: Turn Backlight OFF
Pan: Lock
Pan: Unlock
Tilt: Lock
Tilt: Unlock
Pan/Tilt: Free Motion
Pan/Tilt: Free Lock
Pan/Tilt: End Free Motion
Clear Logs
Notes
default
Overrides default setting:
3 minute warm-up at 1200W or less.
default
Zoom Tables maintain sharp focus on an
image throughout the zoom range. Refer to
page 50 for details.
default
Allows adjustment of the gobo wheel home
position. Refer to page 50 for details.
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Timing Channels
Channel Functions
Timing channel control improves the timed moves of certain groups of parameters. Three timing channels are
provided: one for Focus (Pan and Tilt), one for color parameters and one for beam parameters. Timing channels
support time values of up to six minutes.
Table 3-7: Channel Function / Timing Channel Relationship
Bad Boy
Channel Function
Pan
Tilt
Cyan
Yellow
Magenta
Color Wheel
Beam
Frost
Rotating Gobo Wheels 1 & 2
Gobo Index 1 & 2
Focus Time
Timing Channel
Color Time
Beam Time
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Š
Timing Channel Mapping
Refer to the Timing Channels Table starting on the next page. The following guidelines apply:
+ A timing value of zero is full speed.
+ A time value of 100% (or 255 in DMX) causes the associated parameter(s) to follow cue fade time (console time)
rather than the timing channel.
+ Timing channels can be set in either % or 0-255 (DMX) modes, with the values assigned - as shown in the tables.
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Table 3-8: Timing Channels
% Value
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
DMX
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
= Seconds
Full Speed
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.8
2
2.2
2.4
2.6
2.8
3
3.2
3.4
3.6
3.8
4
4.2
4.4
4.6
4.8
5
5.2
5.4
5.6
5.8
6
6.2
6.4
6.6
6.8
7.0
7.2
7.4
7.6
7.8
8
8.2
8.4
8.6
8.8
9
9.2
9.4
9.6
9.8
10
10.2
Table 3-8: Timing Channels (Continued)
% Value
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
DMX
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
= Seconds
10.4
10.6
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
14
15
15
16
16
16
17
17
18
18
18
19
19
20
20
20
21
21
21
22
22
23
23
23
24
24
25
25
25
26
26
27
27
27
28
28
29
29
29
30
30
30
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Table 3-8: Timing Channels (Continued)
% Value
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
48
DMX
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
= Seconds
31
32
32
32
33
33
34
34
34
35
35
36
36
36
37
37
38
38
38
39
39
39
40
40
41
41
41
42
42
43
43
43
44
44
45
45
45
46
46
47
47
47
48
48
49
49
49
50
50
50
51
51
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Table 3-8: Timing Channels (Continued)
% Value
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
DMX
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
= Seconds
52
52
53
53
54
54
54
55
55
56
56
56
57
57
58
58
58
59
59
59
60
60
65
65
65
70
70
75
75
75
80
80
85
85
85
90
90
95
95
95
100
100
110
110
110
120
120
120
130
130
140
140
140
Table 3-8: Timing Channels (Continued)
% Value
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
DMX
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
= Seconds
150
150
160
160
160
170
170
180
180
180
190
190
200
200
200
210
210
210
220
220
230
230
230
240
240
250
250
250
260
260
270
270
270
280
280
290
290
290
300
300
310
310
310
310
Follows Cue
Data
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Zoom Tables
The zoom tables, which allow the fixture to maintain sharp focus on an image throughout the zoom range, are
sensitive to the throw distance. For this reason, a variety of zoom table versions are available for use with different
throws. The zoom table is selectable via control channel settings described in "Control Channels" on page 45. The
zoom table setting is persistent and will maintain its value through power cycles. The default setting is 30 feet.
Gobo Set Zero Position
The Gobo Set Zero command allows adjustment of the gobo wheel’s home position. When this command is issued,
the luminaire sets the current wheel position as the "zero" position and stores this offset so it will be retained at the
next startup. This allows correction for a sensor that may be slightly out of position causing the gobo wheel to not be
perfectly centered and therefore obstructing part of the beam in the open position.
To set zero position:
Step 1. Using console, move wheel into desired center position.
Step 2. Execute Set Zero Position command (Control Channel DMX value 80). The luminaire will now remember the
setting as the new zero position.
GOBO WHEEL #1
OUT OF ALIGNMENT
GOBO WHEEL #2
Figure 3-5: Gobo Alignment
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PROPERLY ALIGNED
4.
TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE
This chapter provides a basic troubleshooting guide, along with procedures for testing, proper
handling, and routine maintenance.
+
TROUBLESHOOTING
+
TESTING
+
SOFTWARE UPDATE
+
EQUIPMENT HANDLING
+
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting Guide
The following table provides a list of common start-up problems and possible solutions.
Symptom
Solution(s)
Refer to...
Ensure power cable is properly connected to Neutrik
input connector.
page 14
Ensure power is switched on at source (mains,
disconnect box, etc.)
n/a
Ensure DMX512 or Ethernet data cable is properly
connected.
page 23
Ensure DMX512 address setting is correct.
page 27
Ensure data cables are correctly configured.
page 23
Ensure termination connector is installed at last
luminaire in data link.
page 16
Lamp does not strike at power-up.
Configure lamp to start at power-up.
page 38
Comm LED is red indicating that no
valid DMX or Ethernet signal is
detected.
Ensure DMX512 or Ethernet data cable is properly
connected.
page 23
No power to luminaire.
No console control.
DMX512 control not working
correctly throughout daisy-chain.
Check console.
No Ethernet control.
Ensure that luminaire is not also receiving a DMX
signal. If both valid DMX and Ethernet control are
being received, DMX control will take precedence.
page 26
Beam obstructed by gobo in open
position.
Set new gobo zero position.
page 50
Luminaire won’t take software
update.
Remove active control (DMX512 or Art-Net).
page 60
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Errors
The Status menus can be used to determine if any luminaire
mechanisms are reporting errors. The Status panel at the
Home screen will report overall luminaire conditions as
follows:
+ CALIBRATION (yellow)
+ OK (green)
+ ERROR (red)
+ LOCKED (white)
Press STATUS to
bring up Status screen
Pressing the Status panel will bring up the Status screen (as
shown at right). The Status screen will indicate which specific
mechanisms, if any, have errors. It also provides a log of
systems activity. The Status panel operates as follows:
+ Mechanisms - displays mechanism status. Mechanism
names will be shown in yellow if calibrated, green if okay,
and red if an error exists. If an error exists, press the
Mechanisms panel to bring up the Recalibration screen.
Try recalibrating the mechanism(s) that is reporting the
error.
Press MECHANISMS to
bring up Recalibrate screen
+ Log - displays system log. Use touchscreen arrows to
scroll up or down. Press CLR to bring up Clear Log Yes/
No options.
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Mechanism Errors
Errors will be shown after the mechanism code, for example: PAN:Comm Error.
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Error Code
Explanation
Solution
Comm Error
Error communicating with motion processor
Check CAN cables/connections,
motor control board
Init Error
Error during initialization of motion processor
Check CAN cables/connections,
motor control board
Cal Error
Error resetting position values in motion
processor at beginning of calibration
Check CAN cables/connections,
motor control board
Cal Timeout
An action during calibration took longer than
expected
Check CAN cables/connections,
motor control board
No Stop
Mechanism which calibrates to a physical
stop did not find that stop
Check mechanism
Sensor Stuck
During calibration, could not find either edge
of the sensor or the sensor did not turn off as
expected
Check for mechanism motion,
sensor operation
No Sensor
During calibration, no sensor was found in
the range of travel
Check for mechanism motion,
sensor operation
Hall Sensor Edge
Found sensor, but couldn't find far edge
Check for mechanism motion,
sensor operation
Motion Error
Mechanism's actual position is too far from
its commanded position
Check mechanism motion
Command Error
Error while sending commands to the motion
processor
Check CAN cables/connections,
motor control board
Get Position Error
Error when retrieving current position from
motion processor
Check CAN cables/connections,
motor control board
Spin Error
Error while sending spin command to motion
processor
Check CAN cables/connections,
motor control board
Stop Spin Error
Error while sending stop spin command to
motion processor
Check CAN cables/connections,
motor control board
Spin Stop Timeout
Spinning mechanism did not come to rest in
the given period
Check CAN cables/connections,
motor control board
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Other Errors
Error Code
Explanation
Solution
Temp over threshold
Temperature too high
Check fans/filters
Lamp over threshold
Lamp hours above recommended
maximum
Change lamp
Lamp Off
Fan Error: Cannot strike lamp while
any fan is in error state
Check fan, fan cabling
Pan/Tilt Aux Encoder Error
Auxiliary encoder value is too far
from the main encoder value
Check auxiliary encoder and
cabling/connections
Gobo out of zero range
When zeroing gobo wheels, the
wheel is too far away from zero to
set the position
Move wheel closer to home position
before zero command
DMX busy: cancel
crossload
Cannot execute crossload with
traffic on DMX line
Remove incoming DMX control for
cross load
Data not crossload format
Data in memory is not proper format
for crossload
Load software via computer
DMX: UART transmit error
Transmit buffer busy when trying to
send
Remove any incoming DMX, retry
Crossload Timeout
Crossload execution took too long
due to error
Remove any incoming DMX, retry
CAN Comm Error
Stopped receiving CAN messages
from motion processor
Check CAN cables/connections,
motor control board
Main Fan Error
Main fan CAN messages not
received or fan not running properly
Check fan, fan cabling
UPE Fans Error
Upper Enclosure fans not running
properly
Check fan, fan cabling
Pinch Fan Error
Pinch fan not running properly
Check fan, fan cabling
Stack Fan Error
One or more stack fans not running
properly
Check fan, fan cabling
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TESTING
Test Screen
+ Re-Cal - press to bring up Recalibration Screen.
+ Re-Call ALL - press to bring up Re-Cal ALL Yes/No options.
+ Disable - press to bring up Disable Screen.
+ Mech Test - press to bring up Mechanical Test Screen. (See "Mechanical Test" on
page 57 for more explanation of this screen.)
+ Clean Lenses - press to position lenses so that all surfaces may be cleaned with
a cloth. (Note that pressing the button does not actually clean the lenses.)
+ Group Test - allows multiple Bad Boy luminaires to be run through a configurable
test sequence when chained together via DMX512 or Ethernet. (See "Group Test"
on page 58 for more explanation of this screen.)
Test Screen
Test Sub-Menu Screens
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Mechanical Test
The Mechanical Test menu provides a method for exercising all luminaire mechanisms individually. Each mechanism
has a similar Test screen, Cyan is shown in the example below:
The following test functions are available:
+ Test Chase - The mechanism will move back and forth between two positions. The START/STOP button starts
and stops the motion, and the SPEED button sets the rate of the motion. For mechanisms with sensors, one of
the positions will be on the sensor and the other position will be off.
+ Manual Control - The slider on the right side of the screen moves the mechanism through its range of travel,
manually. Tapping the arrows will move the mechanism in half panel increments.
+ Feedback -The current status of the mechanisms encoder (POSITION) and sensor (SENSOR) are shown (if
available for that mechanism). STATUS indicates whether the mechanism is in an error state or normal operating
state.
+ Utility Functions - Press RE-CAL to recalibrate the mechanism or DISABLE to turn off the motor control to allow
the mechanism to move freely.
+ Configuration Information - HOME OFFSET indicates whether the home position* has been adjusted to fine
tune sensor positions (applies to gobo wheel only, see Control Channel table on page 45 for zero wheel
mechanism).
* Due to small variations in sensor and sensor board positions, the open position on a gobo wheel might not be precisely
aligned with the optical axis, creating a slight blockage on one side of the open beam. Adjust the wheel position via
DMX to get the proper alignment and send the HOME OFFSET command to store the current position as the new
"home" position. This position is stored in persistent memory and will be used going forward as the home position.
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Group Test
The Group Test menu allows multiple Bad Boy Luminaires to be run through a configurable test sequence when
chained together via DMX512 or Ethernet. (Refer to "Connecting Power and Data" on page 23 for more information
about daisy-chaining.)
To perform a group test:
Step 1. At Group Test screen, select options to run: Pan/Tilt, Intensity, Colors, Gobos, and/or Zoom.
Step 2. Select test option: concurrently (all selected tests are run at once) or sequentially (tests are run one at a time
as each one finishes).
Step 3. Press START to begin testing. All Bad Boy luminaires connected to the main fixture (now referred to as the
"Master") will become "Slaves" and follow the test routine set on the Master in an endless loop.
Step 4. To stop the test sequence, press STOP on the Master.
While in group test, a Master can manually change certain values by using the Manual Control screen. From here, you
can adjust the levels of parameters not active in the test sequence. For example, if a test were running on gobos and
colors, you can adjust the pan and tilt to point the Master and all Slaves to a position where it will be easier see the
output of the fixtures.
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SOFTWARE UPDATE
Software Update Using LumLoader Application
Introduction
The LumLoader application allows you to update the software in a Bad Boy Luminaire. The update will be sent over an
Ethernet connection. The luminaire can take the Ethernet input directly, or the update can be translated to DMX512
signal with an appropriate device, either Series 400® or a Virtuoso® Node (with the required software update). The
fixtures can be daisy-chained to load multiple fixtures at once.
Supported configurations:
Mac/PC
Ethernet
Bad Boy
Ethernet
Mac/PC
Ethernet
Series 400
Ethernet
Mac/PC
Ethernet
Series 400
DMX
Mac/PC
Ethernet
Virtuoso Node
DMX
Bad Boy ...
Bad Boy
Bad Boy
Bad Boy
Ethernet
DMX
DMX
Bad Boy ...
Bad Boy ...
Bad Boy ...
Note: There should be no active control (DMX512 or Art-Net) during the update process.
Preparation - Java
The loader (LumLoader) is a Java application which can be run on a Mac or a PC computer.
Note: For Microsoft Windows® users: Windows does not come with the required Java run-time library installed, so
you may need to go to the Sun website (java.com/getjava/) to download Java.
Selecting an Ethernet Interface
Connect the computer to the system, and start the LumLoader application. When the application starts, it will ask
which active Ethernet port should be used. Select the appropriate port. You may be able to differentiate the ports by
IP address, compared with your network setup. Typically the en0 is the first built-in Ethernet port, and other interfaces
could include additional network ports or wireless adapters.
Selecting the Module
The loader can support multiple versions of software, so make sure the appropriate version is selected. The default
version will typically be fine.
Download the Software
Press "Start Download" to initiate the update. You should see the luminaires immediately drop into the startup screen
and erase flash, which takes about 30 seconds. Then the new module is sent out, the screen indicates "Loading",
and when complete they will go back to the main menu and start calibration.
If the fixture already has the update software version, it will not complete the update.
Note: There is a bug in some versions of the boot software that causes the screen to go white during the update
process. Let the download complete before resetting the fixture, it will usually work fine.
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Troubleshooting
+ If the LumLoader application does not start up, make sure the Java library is installed.
+ Make sure the network port is active before starting the application. Sometimes it takes several seconds for the
operating system to recognize the network link.
+ Make sure there is only one instance of the LumLoader application running.
+ Wireless should be disabled on the computer.
Software Crossload
The Information menu provides a method for sending a
luminaire’s current software version to all connected luminaires.
(Luminaires can be daisy-chained via DMX512 or Ethernet.)
Press INFO to
bring up Info screen
To initiate the software crossload, press "Crossload SW" at the
Information screen. At confirmation screen, press "Yes." If a
connected luminaire already has that software version, it will do
nothing. If it does not have the same version, it will go into the
boot screen and start updating.
Note: There should be no active control (DMX512 or Art-Net)
during the update process.
Press Crossload SW to
bring up confirmation
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EQUIPMENT HANDLING
Proper Lamp Servicing and Operation
Servicing
+ When handling a lamp, hold it by the ceramic base while wearing cotton gloves or finger cots. Do not touch the
glass envelope (bulb). If you touch the glass with bare fingers, wipe off any fingerprints with alcohol.
Heat
+ When lamps are lit, the interior of the luminaires becomes very hot. To aid in the airflow circulation within the
luminaires, after dousing the lamps, wait 5 minutes before removing power to the luminaires. This will provide
enough time for the equipment fan to cool off the unit.
Lamp Life
+ When operating arc lamps, allow luminaires to operate for at least 3 minutes. It takes about 3 minutes for the fill
components (mercury and halogen-metal compounds) in the lamp tubes to vaporize completely. If the lamps are
switched off earlier than 3 minutes, the fill components are partially vaporized. The inadequately vaporized fill
components and the electrode material (tungsten) are deposited in the areas of the lamp tubes that have
remained cool. As a result, the lamp tubes blacken prematurely and reduce the service lives of the lamps.
+ If system will be unattended for more than 3-4 hours, luminaire lamps should be doused.
+ The Bad Boy lamp indicator (available on the menu Home screen) displays total lamp hours. Lamp hours are
shown in green if under threshold, yellow at 750 hours, and red at 900 hours. It is mandatory that the lamp be
changed before 900 hours.
CAUTION: It is mandatory that the lamp be changed before 900 hours.
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ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Removing the Head Covers
To access some interior head components, one or both of the Head Covers may need to be removed.
Parts:
21.9812.0630
2 EA
ASSY, HEAD COVER
Tools:
#2 Philips screwdriver (manual screwdriver only)
To remove Head Covers:
Step 1. At Head Cover, remove two 8-32 x 3/8" PPB screws (Figure 4-1).
Step 2. Remove Head Cover from luminaire.
R2 / Designer Wheel
Head Cover
Aft Cover
Front
Ring
Casting
8-32 x 3/8" PPB
Screw (2 ea)
R1 Head Cover
Hand tighten only. DO NOT use a
CAUTION: power tool on Head Cover screws.
Figure 4-1: Removing Head Covers
CAUTION: DO NOT use a power screwdriver when re-installing the 8-32 x 3/" PPB screws. This may
damage the hole threads. Use a manual screwdriver only!
Step 3. Replace Head Cover as follows:
a. Set cover in place and slide rear corners under lip of Aft Cover.
b. At front of Head Cover, press with equal pressure on both sides until leading edge of cover snaps into
place under front ring casting. (You will hear a "pop" when the cover snaps into place.)
c. Using manual #2 Philips screwdriver, re-install screws.
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Removing the Aft Cover
To access some interior head components, the Aft Cover may need to be removed.
Parts:
21.9812.0612
1 EA
ASSY, AFT COVER w/ BAFFLE
Tools:
5/32" Allen wrench, T-bar
To remove Aft Cover:
Step 1. At Aft Cover, remove X, Y, and Z Adjustment Knobs (Figure 4-2).
Step 2. Remove four 10-32 x 3/8" socket head screws.
Step 3. Carefully remove Aft Cover from luminaire.
Aft Cover
10-32 x 3/8"
SHCS Screw (4)
Z
X
Z Knob
(no washer)
Y
X Knob
Y Knob
(longest threads)
Figure 4-2: Removing Aft Cover
Step 4. Replace Aft Cover as follows:
a. Slide cover into place.
b. Re-install X, Y, and Z Adjustment Knobs. Note that each knob is different. Be sure to install the correct
knob in the correct location.
c. Re-install four 10-32 x 3/8" socket head screws.
d. Re-align lamp. (Refer to "Adjusting the Lamp" on page 74.)
Note: In order to prevent heat from escaping the rear bulkhead area and moving into the main head assembly,
aluminum tape has been used to seal the backcap perimeter, fan wire hole, and back side of pinch fan. Re-apply new
tape before re-installing the Aft Cover. Refer to technical bulletin BAD-002 for more information.
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Removing the Enclosure Covers
To access interior enclosure components, one or both of the Upper Enclosure Covers may need to be removed.
Parts:
21.9812.0820
21.9812.0830
1 EA
1 EA
ASSY, INTAKE COVER, UPPER ENCLOSURE
ASSY, EXHAUST COVER, UPPER ENCLOSURE
Tools:
#2 Philips screwdriver
To remove Upper Enclosure Covers:
Step 1. At Upper Enclosure Cover, loosen two captive screws.
Step 2. Remove cover by pulling straight out until lip clears yoke support.
CAUTION: The Upper Enclosure Covers are not identical. One is for the Intake side and one for the Exhaust
side. Be sure to re-install covers in the proper location.
Exhaust Cover
Intake Cover
PRG Sticker
Mesh Screen
Figure 4-3: Removing Upper Enclosure Covers
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Captive Screw (2)
Cleaning the Head Electrostatic Filters
The electrostatic filters should be cleaned or replaced when they are dirty. The frequency will depend on how often
and in what conditions the luminaire is used.
Tools:
#2 Phillips screwdriver
Compressed air and/or water
Parts:
10.9812.0661
10.9812.0662
2 EA
2 EA
HEAD AIR FILTER FOAM
HEAD AIR FILTER ELECTROSTATIC
To clean head filters:
WARNING: Remove power from luminaire before performing any maintenance procedures.
Step 1. Remove power from luminaire.
Step 2. At each mesh cover, loosen one captive screw (Figure 4-4).
Step 3. Remove foam and electrostatic filters.
Step 4. Clean foam and electrostatic filters with compressed air and/or by washing with water.
Step 5. Re-install components.
Step 6. Repeat for second set of filters.
Electrostatic Filter
Foam Filter
Captive Screw
NOTE:
If the filters do not get clean after multiple
attempts, they should be replaced.
Mesh Cover
Figure 4-4: Removing Head Filters
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Cleaning the Enclosure Intake Filters
The intake filters should be cleaned or replaced when they are dirty. The frequency will depend on how often and in
what conditions the luminaire is used.
Tools:
#2 Phillips screwdriver
Compressed air and/or water
Parts:
40-9812-0834
2 EA
AIR INTAKE FILTER
To clean enclosure intake filters:
WARNING: Remove power from luminaire before performing any maintenance procedures.
Step 1. Remove power from luminaire.
Step 2. Remove Intake Cover by first loosening two captive screws, then pulling away from Upper Enclosure as
shown in Figure 4-5.
Mesh Cover
Intake Filter
Retainer
6-32 x 1/2"
PPZ Screw (4)
Intake Filter
NOTE:
If the filters do not get clean after multiple
attempts, they should be replaced.
Upper Enclosure
Captive Screws
Intake Cover
Figure 4-5: Removing Enclosure Intake Filters
Step 3. At retainer, remove four 6-32 x 1/2" PPZ screws.
Step 4. Remove intake filter.
Step 5. Clean filter with compressed air and/or by washing with water.
Step 6. Re-install components.
Step 7. Repeat for second intake filter.
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Cleaning the Luminaire Exterior
Tools:
Lint-free cloth
Window cleaner
Vacuum cleaner with brush nozzle or compressed air
#2 Phillips screwdriver
To clean luminaire:
WARNING: Remove power from luminaire before this procedure.
CAUTION: Use ONLY OptiMax™ Ultra Pure Cleaning Solution to clean optical components. DO NOT use
Window Cleaner on lens!
Step 1. Remove power from luminaire.
Step 2. Using vacuum cleaner with brush nozzle or compressed air, clean dust from external components. If using
compressed air to clean out luminaire, DO NOT allow fans or blower to spin at high speeds, as this will
damage their bearings.
Step 3. Using window cleaner and a clean, lint-free cloth, wipe outside surface of luminaire.
DO NOT use window cleaner on lens!
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Cleaning the Lenses
Tools:
(2) Micro Fiber cloths (06.6085.0001.0)
OptiMax™ Ultra Pure Cleaning Solution (06.6084.0001.0)
Cotton gloves or finger cots
#2 Phillips screwdriver
Hook & Pick tool
To clean lenses:
CAUTION: Use caution when handling lenses. Avoid scratching optical surfaces.
CAUTION: Use ONLY OptiMax™ Ultra Pure Cleaning Solution to clean optical components. DO NOT use
Window Cleaner on lenses! Wear cotton gloves or finger cots when handling lenses/glass.
Step 1. Apply power to luminaire and set intensity to 20%. (A beam will be necessary to see dirt and dust on the
lenses.)
Step 2. Remove R1-side head cover to access Zoom Lens Assembly (head cover doors have a label to identify
them). See Figure 4-7 on page 69.
Step 3. At menu TEST screen, press "Clean Lenses." The Cleaning Lenses screen will open.
Step 4. Press "Pos1" to position lenses in first cleaning configuration.
CAUTION: When cleaning, do not allow the cleaning cloth to come into contact with the lens carrier rail. The
rail has lubrication that will contaminate the cleaning cloth. Wear cotton gloves or finger cots.
Step 5. If lenses are only dusty, use Micro Fiber cloth to carefully wipe lens surfaces. If further cleaning is required,
use OptiMax™ Ultra Pure Cleaning Solution and a Micro Fiber cloth to clean. DO NOT use window cleaner!
Step 6. At menu, press "Pos2" to position lenses in second cleaning configuration. (This will allow access to the
remaining lens surfaces.)
Step 7. As in Step 5 above, clean remaining lens surfaces and front of luminaire Front Glass.
Step 8. To clean backside of Front Glass and front of Lens Group 4, remove Front Glass as follows:
a. Position luminaire head so that Front Glass is facing upward. (To prevent it from falling onto the floor
when the Retaining Ring is removed in the next step.)
b. Insert hook & pick tool under notch in Front Lens Retaining Ring. Carefully remove Retaining Ring.
c. Remove Front Glass and place facedown on a Micro Fiber cloth.
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d. Using OptiMax™ Ultra Pure Cleaning Solution and a Micro Fiber cloth, clean both sides of Front Glass
and front of Lens Group 4. DO NOT use window cleaner!
e. Re-install Front Glass.
Notch
Front Glass
Retaining
Ring
Front of Lens Group 4
Figure 4-6: Removing Front Glass
CAUTION: "Done" MUST BE pressed at the menu to complete the procedure. If the lens motors are left in
the cleaning configuration for too long, they may be damaged due to overheating.
Step 9. At menu, press "Done." This will free the motors and recalibrate the lenses.
Step 10. Replace head cover.
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Hand tighten only. DO NOT use a
CAUTION: power tool on Head Cover screws.
8-32 x 3/8" PPB
Screw (2 ea)
R2 / Designer Wheel
Head Cover
R1 Head Cover
Remove to Access Lenses
ZOOM LENS ASSEMBLY DETAIL
Lenses
Figure 4-7: Accessing Zoom Lens Assembly
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Cleaning Gobo, Color and Dimmer Wheels
Tools:
Micro Fiber cloth (06.6085.0001.0)
OptiMax™ Ultra Pure Cleaning Solution (06.6084.0001.0)
Cotton gloves or finger cots
#2 Phillips screwdriver
To clean gobo, color and dimmer wheels:
CAUTION: Use ONLY OptiMax™ Ultra Pure Cleaning Solution to clean optical components. DO NOT use
Window Cleaner on gobo, color, or dimmer wheels! Wear cotton gloves or finger cots when handling optical
components.
CAUTION: The optical components are very fragile, use extreme caution when cleaning! Color gobos have
thin layers applied to one side that can be damaged if cleaned too roughly. Use caution.
WARNING: Remove power from luminaire before this procedure.
Step 1. Remove power from luminaire.
Step 2. Remove Head Covers. (Refer to "Removing the Head Covers" on page 62.)
Step 3. To clean Gobos:
a. Remove each gobo. (Refer to "Replacing a Gobo" on page 75.)
b. Using OptiMax™ Ultra Pure Cleaning Solution and a Micro Fiber cloth, carefully clean gobos.
DO NOT use window cleaner!
Step 4. To clean Designer Wheel:
a. Remove each filter. (Refer to "Replacing a Designer Color Filter" on page 78.)
b. Using OptiMax™ Ultra Pure Cleaning Solution and a Micro Fiber cloth, carefully clean filters.
DO NOT use window cleaner!
Step 5. To clean Color Wheels:
a. Using OptiMax™ Ultra Pure Cleaning Solution and a Micro Fiber cloth, carefully clean color wheels.
DO NOT use window cleaner!
b. Rotate wheels to access all surfaces. It will also be necessary to rotate the Gobo Wheel in order to use
the gobo "open" position to access some parts of the Color Wheel.
Step 6. To clean Dimmer Wheel:
a. Using OptiMax™ Ultra Pure Cleaning Solution and a Micro Fiber cloth, carefully clean Dimmer Wheel.
DO NOT use window cleaner!
b. Rotate wheel to access all surfaces. It will also be necessary to rotate the Color Wheels in order to use
the "open" position to access some parts of the Dimmer Wheel.
Step 7. Replace Head Covers.
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Replacing the Lamp
Parts:
71.2566.1200.0 1 EA
LAMP, FASTFIT, PHILIPS MSR GOLD™
Tools:
Cotton gloves or finger cots
WARNING: Remove power from luminaire before performing any maintenance procedures.
CAUTION: Refer to "Proper Lamp Servicing and Operation" on page 61 before handling the lamp.
To replace lamp:
Step 1. Remove power from lamp and allow lamp to cool for at least 5 minutes.
Step 2. Remove power from luminaire.
Step 3. At rear of luminaire, rotate backcap counter-clockwise to remove (it will still be connected by a tether). Refer
to Figure 4-8 on next page.
Step 4. Remove existing lamp by rotating lamp base counter-clockwise and pulling straight out of backcap.
Step 5. Position new lamp as shown in Figure 4-8 DETAIL A and insert into rear bulkhead. Rotate 45 degrees
clockwise to lock in place. You will hear a click when properly seated.
Step 6. Replace backcap.
Step 7. Reset Lamp Hours. (Refer to "Lamp Screen" on page 38.)
Step 8. Optimize lamp. (Refer to "Adjusting the Lamp" on page 74.)
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CAUTION: Wear cotton gloves or finger cots while servicing lamp. Touching the lamp glass with bare fingers
will leave oil and cause the lamp to explode or burn out early. If touched, use alcohol to thoroughly clean
glass.
CAUTION:
Do not touch lamp or
reflector with bare fingers.
CAUTION:
Allow lamp to cool
before servicing.
Backcap
Lamp Base
Lamp
DETAIL A: LAMP ORIENTATION
Turn 45° Clockwise. Base will
click when properly seated.
Wing (Wide)
Lamp Base
Wing (Thin)
Figure 4-8: Replacing the Lamp
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Adjusting the Lamp
After a new lamp is installed, it will be necessary to align the lamp in order to center and flatten the hot spot. Knobs
located at the luminaire’s backcap allow for adjustment.
Tools:
none
WARNING: Backcap may be HOT during lamp operation.
To adjust lamp:
Step 1. Power up luminaire and allow to warm up for at least ten minutes.
Step 2. Set intensity to 100%.
Step 3. Position beam on a white wall at a distance of 10' to 20'.
Step 4. Using control console, open beam size iris, set zoom for mid-range, and adjust for hard edge.
Step 5. At backcap, using horizontal (X) and vertical (Y) knobs, adjust hot spot to center of beam (Figure 4-9.)
Step 6. Using focus (Z) knob, adjust beam to flatten hot spot.
Z
X
Y
Figure 4-9: Adjusting the Lamp
Note: Be sure to reset Lamp Hours when installing a new lamp.
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Replacing a Gobo
Parts:
Standard or Custom Gobo(s), as required.
(Refer to "Standard Gobo Wheel Configuration" on page 11.)
Tools:
#2 Phillips screwdriver
Cotton gloves or finger cots
WARNING: Remove power from luminaire before performing any maintenance procedures.
To replace a gobo:
Step 1. Remove power from luminaire.
Step 2. Locate appropriate head cover door for access to Rotating Gobo Wheel 1 (R1) or Rotating Gobo Wheel 2
(R2) as shown in Figure 4-10. (Doors are identified by a label.) Turn captive screw to open door.
CAUTION: Do not touch gobos with bare fingers. Wear cotton gloves or finger cots when handling.
Step 3. Rotate wheel until desired gobo is accessible.
Step 4. Rotate Color Wheels so that their "open" position lines up next to the gobo you wish to replace. (This will
avoid potential damage to the adjacent wheels as the gobo is being replaced.)
Head Cover Door
R2 and Designer Wheel Access
Captive Screw
Z
Captive Screw
Head Cover Door
R1 Wheel Access
X
Figure 4-10: Accessing Gobo and Designer Color Wheels
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Step 5. Using fingers, grasp frame of gobo and pull out of wheel (Figure 4-11).
Sun Gear
Retaining Plate
Gobo
Carrier
Tab
3
Tongue
Locking Tab
2
4
1
Open Hole (no gobo)
5
6
7
Wheel
Note: Drawing is flipped 180°
for clarity purposes.
Figure 4-11: Replacing a Gobo
Step 6. Noting proper orientation, insert new gobo into wheel. Ensure that the "tongue" of the gobo clip goes under
the retaining plate (under the sun gear). Press and gently rotate the gobo bearing to help mesh the gobo
gear to the sun gear. Refer to Figure 4-12 on next page for an overview of gobo positions and alignment.
Step 7. Close head cover access door.
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1
OPEN
7
2
1
6
3
7
2
5
6
3
5
4
4
OPEN
1
7
2
6
3
2
5
4
CAUTION: The gobos must be seated properly, especially the gear mesh.
Figure 4-12: Gobo Positions and Alignment
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Replacing a Designer Color Filter
Parts:
Designer Color Filter(s), as required.
(Refer to "Designer Color Wheel Standard Configuration" on page 10.)
Tools:
#2 Phillips screwdriver
Cotton gloves or finger cots
WARNING: Remove power from luminaire before performing any maintenance procedures.
To replace a designer color filter:
Step 1. Remove power from luminaire.
Designer Color Filter
Step 2. Locate appropriate head cover door for
access to Designer Color Wheel as shown
in Figure 4-10 on page 75. (Doors are
identified by a label.) Turn captive screw to
open door.
Carrier
3
CAUTION: Do not touch color filters with
bare fingers. Wear cotton gloves or finger
cots when handling.
2
4
1
Step 3. Rotate wheel until desired designer color
filter is accessible.
Step 4. Rotate Color and Gobo 2 Wheels so that
their "open" position lines up next to the
designer color filter you wish to replace.
(This will avoid potential damage to the
adjacent wheels as the filter is being
replaced.)
5
Wheel Hub
Open Hole (no filter)
6
7
Step 5. Using fingers, grasp frame of color filter and
pull out of wheel hub (Figure 4-13).
Step 6. Noting proper orientation of carrier, insert
new designer color filter into position and
push until carrier clicks into place. Refer to
Figure 4-14 on next page for an overview of
designer filter positions.
Step 7. Close head cover access door.
Note: Drawing is flipped 180°
for clarity purposes.
Figure 4-13: Removing Designer Color Filter
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5
3
6
2
7
1
OPEN
EXPLODED VIEW
Figure 4-14: Installing Designer Color Filter
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
+
BAD BOY SPOT LUMINAIRE
+
BAD BOY ROAD CASE
+
AC LINE CURRENT / POWER VS. VOLTAGE
Bad Boy Spot Luminaire
SOURCE:
Philips MSR Gold™ 1200W FastFit Lamp.
Can be set to levels 900W, 1200W, or 1400W.
OUTPUT:
48,000 lumens
OPTICAL EFFICIENCY:
40%
REFLECTOR:
Precision glass reflector with dichroic cold mirror coating.
OPERATING TEMP:
-20° to 120°F (-29° to 49°C)
COOLING:
Forced air.
CONTROL:
Compatible with all PRG consoles and a wide variety of DMX512 and Art-Net consoles.
An internal Ethernet switch allows for daisy-chaining fixtures.
POSITIONING:
Can be mounted and operated in any orientation.
SPACING:
Hangs on 30 inch (762 mm) centers.
WEIGHT:
167 lbs (75.8 kg) - includes clamps and rails
ON-BOARD CONTROL:
Built-in LCD display with touchscreen featuring menu system control.
ZOOM RANGE:
8:1 from narrow spot of 7° to wide flood of 56°.
ZOOM CONTROL:
Four (4) groups of lenses — each independently controlled for accuracy while maintaining
focus during zoom changes
BEAM SIZE CONTROL:
In addition to the zoom optics, a mechanical iris provides continuous beam size control
for both rapid changes and smooth timed beam angle changes.
EDGE CONTROL:
Maintains gobo focus and allows gobo morphing.
INTENSITY:
Full-field dimming from 0 to 100% with accurate slow-speed control and fast bumps.
STROBE:
Servo-powered, lightning fast strobe.
FROST:
Variable frost for smooth diffusion.
COLOR:
Standard Version - Quantum Color® system featuring four (4) color wheels with seven
discrete colors on each wheel: one (1) designer wheel with user-changeable color filters
and three (3) fixed color wheels organized into Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow (CYM).
CMY Version - CMY color system featuring three (3) cross-fading color wheels (Cyan,
Magenta, and Yellow), plus one (1) designer wheel with user-changeable color filters.
ROTATING GOBOS:
Two (2) indexable, rotating gobo wheels with seven (7) gobos per wheel. Gobos are
individually calibrated so the unit will automatically index the orientation of each gobo
regardless of placement.
PAN & TILT:
Three-phase, high-speed servo motors.
RANGE:
Pan - 540°, Tilt - 270°
MAX VELOCITY:
4.1 seconds for 540° of pan and 3.2 seconds for 270° of tilt.
ACCURACY:
0.2° resolution.
AC INPUT:
200-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 15A maximum
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30"
(762 mm)
15.6"
(396mm)
39.125"
(994 mm)
POSITIONING:
Can be mounted in any orientation.
SPACING:
13.5"
(343 mm)
Hangs on 30 inch (762 mm) centers.
WEIGHT:
167 lbs (75.8 kg) - includes clamps and rails
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Bad Boy Road Case
EMPTY WEIGHT: 190 lbs (86.18 kg)
LOADED WEIGHT: 357 lbs (161.93 kg) - includes (1) one luminaire with clamps and rails
30.15"
(766 mm)
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AC Line Current / Power vs. Voltage
TEST
VOLTS
FREQ
AMPS
VA
POWER
PF
1
170
50Hz
10.27
1746
1735
0.998
2
180
50Hz
9.62
1732
1721
0.995
3
200
50Hz
8.56
1712
1713
0.994
4
200
60Hz
8.57
1714
1709
0.996
5
210
60Hz
8.16
1714
1707
0.997
6
220
50Hz
7.77
1709
1704
0.991
7
230
50Hz
7.47
1718
1708
0.998
8
240
50Hz
7.14
1714
1705
0.993
9
240
60Hz
7.16
1718
1702
0.996
10
250
50Hz
6.83
1708
1704
0.992
11
260
50Hz
6.62
1721
1701
0.989
12
270
50Hz
6.45
1742
1689
0.966
Note:
+ Tested while running all motors except Intensity/Iris/Frost functions to allow ballast to remain stable at 1400W
output to lamp.
Photometric Data
Refer to the charts on the following pages.
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Narrow Zoom
Iris Full Open
8º Full Angle
40,000 beam Lumens
Throw Dist (Ft)
20
30
50
75
100
Beam Dia. (Ft)
2.8
4.2
7.0
10.5
14.0
12095
5376
1935
860
484
Illuminance (fc)
Throw Dist (m)
Beam Dia. (m)
Illuminance (lux)
5
10
20
25
30
0.7
1.4
2.8
3.5
4.2
193520
48380
12095
7741
5376
Multiply throw distance by Tn to find beam diameter.
Divide cd (candela) by distance squared to find center beam illuminance.
Dist. in Ft. = foot candles
Dist. in meters = lux
5000000
Tn = 0.14
cd = 4,838,000
4000000
3000000
Candela
2000000
1000000
Lamp Power = 1400 Watts
0
-5.0
-4.0
-3.0
-2.0
-1.0
0.0
Degrees
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1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
Medium Zoom
Iris Full Open
34º Full Angle
48,000 beam Lumens
Throw Dist (Ft)
20
30
50
75
100
Beam Dia. (Ft)
12.2
18.3
30.6
45.9
61.1
Illuminance (fc)
850
378
136
60
34
Throw Dist (m)
5
10
20
25
30
3.1
6.1
12.2
15.3
18.3
13600
3400
850
544
378
Beam Dia. (m)
Illuminance (lux)
Multiply throw distance by Tn to find beam diameter.
Divide cd (candela) by distance squared to find center beam illuminance.
Dist. in Ft. = foot candles
Dist. in meters = lux
350000
Tn = 0.61
cd = 340,000
300000
250000
200000
Candela
150000
100000
50000
Lamp Power = 1400 Watts
0
-20.0
-16.0
-12.0
-8.0
-4.0
0.0
4.0
8.0
12.0
16.0
20.0
Degrees
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Wide Zoom
Iris Full Open
56º Full Angle
50,000 beam Lumens
Throw Dist (Ft)
20
30
50
75
100
Beam Dia. (Ft)
21.3
31.9
53.2
79.7
106.3
Illuminance (fc)
312
139
50
22
12
Throw Dist (m)
Beam Dia. (m)
Illuminance (lux)
5
10
20
25
30
5.3
10.6
21.3
26.6
31.9
5000
1250
312
200
139
Multiply throw distance by Tn to find beam diameter.
Divide cd (candela) by distance squared to find center beam illuminance.
Dist. in Ft. = foot candles
Dist. in meters = lux
130000
120000
Tn = 1.06
cd = 125,000
110000
100000
90000
80000
Candela
70000
60000
50000
40000
30000
20000
10000
Lamp Power = 1400 Watts
0
-30.0
-20.0
-10.0
0.0
Degrees
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10.0
20.0
30.0
Logarithmic Beam Illuminance Comparison
8º, 34º and 56º Zoom settings.
(DMX Values 00000, 30192, & 57700)
10000000
WFOV
MFOV
NFOV
1000000
Candela
100000
Lamp Power = 1400 Watts
-30.0
-20.0
-10.0
0.0
Deg.
10.0
20.0
30.0
Operation at Reduced Power
56º Zoom
140000
140000
140000
140000
1400W = 50,000 lumens
1200W = 43,000 lumens
1100W = 40,000 lumens
120000
120000
120000
120000
100000
100000
100000
100000
80000
80000
80000
80000
Candela
60000
60000
60000
60000
40000
40000
40000
40000
20000
20000
20000
20000
00 0
-30.0
-30.0
-30.0
-30.0
-20.0
-20.0
-20.0
-20.0
-10.0
-10.0
-10.0
-10.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
deg.
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
20.0
20.0
20.0
20.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
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GLOSSARY
This glossary provides useful terms associated with operating Bad Boy Spot Luminaires.
Glossary of Terms
Address
A numerical "name" given to a device on a DMX512 line indicating which of 512 possible channels it will respond to.
Align (lamp)
The process of adjusting the lamp within the reflector to obtain the desired output quality of the beam.
Arc Lamp
A type of lamp which creates light by forming an arc of electricity. Brightness is achieved by including gasses and
metals within the envelope of the lamp which dissolve and give off a bright light. Arc lamps must be dimmed
mechanically because electrical dimming will extinguish the arc.
Art-Net
Protocol for sending DMX512 data over IP networks.
Attribute
An individual controllable aspect of a luminaire: pan, tilt, color, etc. Also known as "parameter."
Beam
1) The size, shape and sharpness of image of the light beam as projected on stage.
2) A function of the luminaire related to the size, shape, and sharpness of the light beam, specified by beam and
edge data, and use of gobos (patterns) as required.
Channel
A control reference which collects a device’s associated thumbwheel address(es) (device, lamp power, etc.) and maps
them to a single selectable number. Channels are assigned via the patch setup. (Also referred to as a "Control
Channel.")
Console Timing
Time value in seconds or minutes applied to an entire cue.
CMY
Abbreviation for "Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow."
Dimmer
Device used to control the relative output (or intensity) of an incandescent lamp.
DMX512
Digital multiplexing; an industry standard protocol. 8-bit protocol with a maximum of 256 steps of resolution per
channel. Maximum of 512 controllable channels per DMX data stream.
DMX512 Cable
Industry standard cable consists of two twisted pair and a shield, and 5-pin XLR style connectors.
The pin out is: pin 1 = common (shield), pin 2 = data -, pin 3 = data +.
The second pair (pins 4 & 5) may be used for a secondary data link.
DMX512 Universe
A group of up to 512 DMX channels. Consoles may have more than one universe, usually labeled in groups of 512.
Douse
To de-energize a luminaire lamp. (Douse is unrelated to intensity states.)
Ethernet
Networking technology used to connect local area networks (LANs) via CAT5 cable or wireless.
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Fixture Orientation
Based on the direction the pigtail points as it exits the fixture.
Flipped Focus
When one or more fixtures inadvertently move differently from others in the system.
Focus
The point to which the light beam is directed. Also, a function of the luminaire related to the direction of the beam as
specified by pan and/or tilt data.
Follow Spot
When the luminaire is manually moved using the optional follow spot handles and pan/tilt Free mode in order to
function as a spot light.
Gobo
A pattern (template) used to create backgrounds or texture when projected on to scenery or cycloramas, or to create
the illusion of natural elements such as fire, windows or tree leaves.
Hard Reset
Restarts luminaires and reloads operating system and cue data.
Home Position
Pan and Tilt values at 50%. Also called “Zero Position” or a "50/50" cue or group.
Indexing
A function of a rotating gobo mechanism.
Intensity
A value placed on the relative brightness of a lighting fixture; 100% is considered "full," and 0% is considered "out."
Iris
A motor controlled mechanism which is used to adjust the beam diameter.
Lamp
Light source consisting of filament or electrodes, base, and envelope or "bulb."
Luminaire Calibration
The process of a luminaire finding its end stops for all parameters.
Palette
Term for groups of groups; i.e. all the color groups would be considered the Color Palette, all the beam groups would
be the Beam Palette, etc.
Pan
The movement of the luminaire around the axis of the yoke.
Parameter
An individual controllable aspect of a luminaire: pan, tilt, color, etc. Also known as "Attribute."
Part Cue
Basically a "cue within a cue." A portion of a cue with a time applied that is different than the cue time.
Patch
The act of assigning a DMX512 channel to a control channel on a console.
Reply
Digital data signals transmitted from each luminaire to the console. Only one luminaire may transmit at a time, in
response to a request from the console.
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Signal
Control protocol from a lighting console or interface.
Show File
A file containing all programmed cue data.
Splitter (Isolator)
Device used to optically isolate and split a DMX512 signal. Note: A DMX "two-fer" cannot be used to divide a signal.
Start
To energize a luminaire arc lamp (applies to arc-lamp luminaires only).
Strobe
A special lighting effect which produces multiple rapid bursts of high intensity light.
Terminate/Termination
Termination refers to the dampening of DMX signal at the end of the transmission line. Termination is created by
placing a 100 ohm resistor between pins 2 and 3 of the DMX line. Often, there is a switch on DMX devices to do this
internally. If not, a terminator is provided in the form of an XLR connector with the proper resistor between pins 2 and
3 to be placed in the DMX Thru port on the device.
Tilt
The movement of the luminaire around the axis of the tilt tube.
Time
Control of the duration of the change of the variable parameters of some automated luminaires and other devices in a
lighting system.
Timing Channel
A Timing Channel is used in lieu of cue fade rate to determine the time it will take a luminaire to move from one setting
to another. For example, a cue in which a luminaire pans from one side of stage to the other may look "steppy" if cue
fade rate is used, because of the nature of the DMX512 signal. To overcome this, a timing channel allows the luminaire
to calculate the move "in time," effectively smoothing out the movement.
Zero Position
Pan and Tilt values at 50%. Also called "Home Position" or a "50/50" cue or group.
Zoom Table
Allows the fixture to maintain sharp focus on an image throughout the zoom range. (Note that zoom tables are
sensitive to throw distance. For this reason, a variety of zoom table versions are available for use with different
throws.)
8-Bit DMX
The universally accepted lighting control protocol in the entertainment industry. A console uses this protocol to
control specific devices in a lighting system. A DMX512 channel packet is eight bits of absolute parameter data. 8-bit
refers to the resolution of the signal: 256 step resolution, providing channel values from 0 through 255. A DMX512
data packet is a group of 512 data channels.
16-Bit DMX
To smooth out the movement of automated luminaires, the industry has adopted 16-bit DMX. This is not a change to
the DMX512 specification, rather a change in the way luminaires and consoles treat DMX512 information. In practice,
16-bit DMX adds a DMX512 channel each to pan and tilt - pan coarse, pan fine, tilt coarse, tilt fine, instead of just pan
and tilt. The console and luminaire combine these levels and increase the resolution of pan and tilt from 256 steps to
a theoretical maximum 65,536 steps at the console level, resulting in the ability to position the luminaire more
accurately.
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Bad Boy® Spot Luminaire User Manual
Version as of: January 5, 2011
PRG part number: 02.9812.0001.16
Production Resource Group
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8617 Ambassador Row, Suite 120
Dallas, Texas 75247
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