w ash, beam and flash anima tion effect user guide

w ash, beam and flash anima tion effect user guide
USER
GUIDE
10650- Version 1 / 03-2017
WASH, BEAM AND FLASH ANIMATION EFFECT
TRIPTIC - Wash, Beam and Flash animation effect
English
1 - Safety information
Important safety information
This unit is intended for indoor use only. Do not use it in a wet,
or extremely cold/hot locations. Failure to follow these safety instructions could result in fire, electric shock, injury, or damage to
this product or other property.
Any maintenance procedure must be performed by a CONTEST
authorised technical service. Basic cleaning operations must thoroughly follow our safety instructions.
This product contains non-isolated electrical components. Do not
undertake any maintenance operation when it is switched on as it
may result in electric shock.
Symbols used
This symbol signals an important safety precaution.
The WARNING symbol signals a risk to the user’s physical integrity.
The product may also be damaged.
The CAUTION symbol signals a risk of product deterioration.
WARNING : This unit contains no user-serviceable parts. Do not
open the housing or attempt any maintenance by yourself. In the
unlikely even your unit may require service, please contact your
nearest dealer.
In order to avoid any electrical malfunction, please do not use any
multi-socket, power cord extension or connecting system without
making sure they are perfectly isolated and present no defect.
Warning
This product is equipped with Class 2 LEDs.
Please avoid looking directly at the beam as it may cause
severe eye injuries.
Recycling your device
• As HITMUSIC is really involved in the environmental cause,
we only commercialise clean, ROHS compliant products.
• When this product reaches its end of life, take it to a
collection point designated by local authorities. The separate
collection and recycling of your product at the time of disposal
will help conserve natural resources and ensure that it is
recycled in a manner that protects human health and the
environment.
Instructions and recommendations
1 - Please read carefully :
We strongly recommend to read carefully and understand the safety instructions before
attempting to operate this unit.
10 - Electric power supply :
This product can only be operated according to a very specific voltage. These
information are specified on the label located at the rear of the product.
2 - Please keep this manual :
We strongly recommend to keep this manual with the unit for future reference.
11 - Power cords protection:
Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or
pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at
lugs, convenience receptacles and the point where they exit from the fixture.
3 - Operate carefully this product :
We strongly recommend to take into consideration every safety instruction.
4 - Follow the instructions:
Please carefully follow each safety instruction to avoid any physical harm or property
damage.
5 - Avoid water and wet locations :
Do not use this product in rain, or near washbasins or other wet locations.
6 - Installation :
We strongly encourage you to only use a fixation system or support recommended
by the manufacturer or supplied with this product. Carefully follow the installation
instructions and use the adequate tools.
Always ensure this unit is firmly fixed to avoid vibration and slipping while operating
as it may result in physical injury.
7 - Ceiling or wall installation :
Please contact your local dealer before attempting any ceiling or wall installation.
8 - Ventilation :
The cooling vents ensure a safe use of this product, and avoid any overheating risk.
Do not obstruct or cover these vents as it may result in overheating and potential
physical injury or product damage. This product should never been operated in a
closed non-ventilated area such as a flight case or a rack, unless cooling vents are
provided for the purpose .
9 - Heat exposure :
Sustained contact or proximity with warm surfaces may cause overheating and product
damages. Please keep this product away from any heat source such as a heaters,
amplifiers, hot plates, etc...
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12 - Cleaning precautions :
Unplug the product before attempting any cleaning operation. This product should be
cleaned only with accessories recommended by the manufacturer. Use a damp cloth
to clean the surface. Do not wash this product.
13 - Long periods of non use :
Disconnect the unit’s main power during long periods of non use.
14 - Liquids or objects penetration :
Do not let any object penetrate this product as it may result in electric shock or fire.
Never spill any liquid on this product as it may infiltrate the electronic components
and result in electric shock or fire.
15 - This product should be serviced when :
Please contact the qualified service personnel if :
- The power cord or the plug has been damaged.
- Objects have fallen or liquid has been spilled into the appliance.
- The appliance has been exposed to rain or water.
- The product does not appear to operate normally.
- The product has been damaged.
16 - Inspection/maintenance :
Please do not attempt any inspection or maintenance by yourself. Refer all servicing
to qualified personnel.
17 - Operating environment :
Ambient temperature and humidity: +5 - +35°C, relative humidity must be less than
85% (when cooling vents are not obstructed).
Do not operate this product in a non-ventilated, very humid or warm place.
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2 - Technical specifications
Light sources
› Wash with 3x3 4W RGBUV LEDs
› Beam with 3 x 4-in-1 RGBA LEDs, including 8 red LEDs, 8
amber LEDs, 6 blue LEDs and 6 green LEDs of 75mW each, for
a total of 84 LEDs dedicated to Beam effect
› Flash Pixel with 12 x 0.5W white LEDs
› Low temperature, low power consumption, can be operated
non-stop for many hours
Control
› Standard DMX-512
› 1, 3, 10 or 19 DMX channels
› Built-in music-sensitive programs (internal mic)
› Drop-down display for mode selection and assignation
› Infrared remote control for mode selection, speed and Blackout
› Microphone sensitivity control knob
› Additional characteristics
› DMX input and output via 3-pin XLR
› Power input and output via IEC socket
› Black metal housing
› Suspension bracket
› Power consumption: 61 W maximum
› Power supply: 100/230V, AC - 50/60Hz
› Dimensions: 335 x 312 x 191 mm
› Net weight: 2,8 Kg
Package contents:
The package must contain the following articles:
› The projector
› The user guide
› One IEC / 2 poles + earth power cord
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165
312
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3 - Overview
6
4
1
2
5
1
10
7
3
2
8
1
2
1
Beam effect zone
2
PAR effect zone
3
Flash effect zone
4
5
9
7
Suspension bracket
Allows you to suspend your projector.
CAUTION!
Please make sure the tightening wheel is
securely fastened.
Using a safety cable is mandatory.
When using this device in public places,
current legislation requires that each devices features a
double fixation system to ensure its stability. This system
must hold up to 10 times times the weight of the device,
meaning you will be required to use a cable able to hold
30 kilos to support your TRIPTIC.
Tightening wheel for suspension bracket
Allows to adjust the position of the projector and lock it in this
position.
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Display, menu buttons and LED indicators
Display
Allows you to intuitively configure your device. Please refer to
next paragraph for more details about the menu functions. The
backlight can be turned off via the Backlight function from the
menu.
FUNC Button
Allows you to access the menu and select a function.
ENTER Button
Allows you to enter sub-menus and apply changes with the UP
and DOWN buttons.
UP and DOWN buttons
Allows you to increase or decrease parameter values and
browse through menus.
DMX LED
Flashes regularly when DMX mode is activated.
SOUND LED
Lights up for each sound impulse when music-sensitive mode
is activated.
AUTO LED
Lights up when your TRIPTIC is in automatic mode.
SLAVE LED
Lights up when your TRIPTIC is in slave mode.
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Safety ring
Allows to use a second safety cable. Double safety systems are
mandatory for usage in public places.
8
Power input/output
Input: allows you to connect your projector to the mains via 2
poles + terre / Powercon© IN cord
Please make sure the voltage of your workplace matches this
projector.
9
DMX input and output
Allows you to receive a DMX signal from a controller or master
unit and trasmit it to other units.
10
Control knob
Alows you to control the microphone sensitivity.
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4 - Internal menu
4.1 - Menu tree and function
Upon activation, the projector will initialise each function.
You will then be able to access menus by pressing ENTER.
The menu tree is described below.
MENU
UP and DOWN
Action
ENTER
DMX Address
DMX address selection
Press ENTER then adjust the address with the UP and DOWN buttons
Saves changes
DMX Modes
1 channel: Sequences selection in automatic or music-sensitive mode
3 channels: Mode selection / Program selection for each mode / Automatic modes speed
10 channels: Red / Green / Blue / UV / Dimmer / PAR programs selection / PAR speed and Saves changes
music-sensitive mode / Beam programs selection / Beam Strobe and programs speed /
Strobe
19 channels: Shade of each panel in PAR mode / Dimmer of each panel in PAR mode / PAR
programs selection / PAR speed and music-sensitive mode / Beam programs selection /
Beam Strobe and programs speed/ Flash programs selection / Flash speed and musicsensitive mode
System Menu
Power-saving mode:
-oFF : The displays remains lit
-on : The displays automatically turns off after a 30-second period of inactivity
Rotates the display
Saves changes
Test mode: Tests each function
Resets all functions
Automatic mode
PAR mode automatic programs:
-Programs 1 to 8 selection
-Adjustable speed from 1 to 100
Beam mode auto programs:
-Programs 1 to 11 selection
-Adjustable speed from 1 to 100
Saves changes
Flash mode auto programs:
-Programs 1 to 9 selection
-Adjustable speed from 1 to 100
Mix mode auto programs:
-Programs 1 to 4 selection
-Adjustable speed from 1 to 100
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4.1 - Menu tree and function (last and final part)
MENU
UP and DOWN
Action
ENTER
Music-sensitive mode (microphone sensitivty can be adjusted via the knob at the rear of the
projector)
PAR mode music-sensitive programs:
-Pograms 1 to 8 selection
-Adjustable speed from 1 to 100
Beam mode music-sensitive programs:
-Pograms 1 to 11 selection
-Adjustable speed from 1 to 100
Saves changes
Flash mode music-sensitive programs:
-Pograms 1 to 9 selection
-Adjustable speed from 1 to 100
Mix mode music-sensitive programs:
-Pograms 1 to 4 selection
-Adjustable speed from 1 to 100
Colour menu (does only affect PAR mode colours)
Each level of Red, Green, Blue and UV from 0 to 255.
Strobe speed from 0 to 100.
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Saves changes
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5 - DMX modes
5.1 - 1-channel mode
Channel
1
Values
Action
000 - 009
Black-Out
010 - 060
Program AP08 (sequence including programs from AP01 to AP07) at increasing speed
061 - 111
Program Ab11 (sequence including programs from Ab01 to Ab10) at increasing speed
112 - 162
Program AF09 (sequence including programs from AF01 to AF08) at increasing speed
163 - 214
Program AM04 (sequence including programs from AM01 to AM03 at increasing speed
215 - 224
Program SP08 (sequence including SP01 to SP07) in music-sensitive mode
225 - 234
Program Sb11 (sequence including Sb01 to Sb10) in music-sensitive mode
235 - 244
Program SF09 (sequence including SF01 to SF07) in music-sensitive mode
245 - 255
Program SM04 (sequence including SM01 to SM03) in music-sensitive mode
Note :
- AP programs are automatic programs of the PAR mode
- Ab programs are automatic programs of the Beam mode
- AF programs are automatic programs of the Flash mode
- AM programs are a mix including automatic programs from the 3 functions PAR, Beam and Flash: Mix mode
- SP programs are music-sensitive programs of the PAR mode
- Sb programs are music-sensitive programs of the Beam mode
- SF programs are music-sensitive programs of the Flash mode
- SM programs are a mix including music-sensitive programs from the 3 functions PAR, Beam and Flash : Mix mode
5.2 - Mode 3 canaux
Channel
Values
Action
Modes
1
000 - 028
029 - 056
057 - 084
085 - 112
113 - 140
141 - 168
169 - 196
197 - 224
225 - 255
Black-Out
PAR mode automatic programs
Beam mode automatic programs
Flash mode automatic programs
Mi mode automatic programs
PAR mode music-sensitive programs
Beam mode music-sensitive programs
Flash mode music-sensitive programs
Mix mode music-sensitive programs
Programs
2
3
Voir 5.2.1
Voir 5.2.2
Voir 5.2.3
Voir 5.2.4
Voir 5.2.1
Voir 5.2.2
Voir 5.2.3
Voir 5.2.4
PAR mode automatic programs if channel 1 is between 029 and 056
Beam mode automatic programs if channel 1 is between 057 and 084
Flash mode automatic programs if channel 1 is between 085 and 112
Mix mode automatic programs if channel 1 is between 113 and 140
PAR mode music-sensitive programs if channel 1 is between 141 and 168
Beam mode music-sensitive programs if channel 1 is between 169 and 196
Flash mode music-sensitive programs if channel 1 is between 197 and 224
Mix mode music-sensitive programs if channel 1 is between 1 entre 225 and 255
Automatic programs speed
000 - 255
Increasing speed
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5.2.1 - PAR mode programs
Values
000 - 040
041 - 071
072 - 102
103 - 133
134 - 164
165 - 195
196 - 226
227 - 255
Action
AP1/SP1 : PAR1 music-sensitive or automatic mode
AP2/SP2 : PAR2 music-sensitive or automatic mode
AP3/SP3 : PAR3 music-sensitive or automatic mode
AP4/SP4 : PAR4 music-sensitive or automatic mode
AP5/SP5 : PAR5 music-sensitive or automatic mode
AP6/SP6 : PAR6 music-sensitive or automatic mode
AP7/SP7 : PAR7 music-sensitive or automatic mode
AP8/SP8 : Automatic or music-sensitive sequence including PAR1 to PAR7 modes
5.2.2 - Beam mode programs
Values
000 - 023
024 - 046
047 - 069
070 - 092
093 - 115
116 - 138
139 - 161
162 - 184
185 - 207
208 - 230
231 - 255
Action
Ab1/Sb1 : Beam 1 music-sensitive or automatic mode
Ab2/Sb2 : Beam 2 music-sensitive or automatic mode
Ab3/Sb3 : Beam 3 music-sensitive or automatic mode
Ab4/Sb4 : Beam 4 music-sensitive or automatic mode
Ab5/Sb5 : Beam 5 music-sensitive or automatic mode
Ab6/Sb6 : Beam 6 music-sensitive or automatic mode
Ab7/Sb7 : Beam 7 music-sensitive or automatic mode
Ab8/Sb8 : Beam 8 music-sensitive or automatic mode
Ab9/Sb9 : Beam 9 music-sensitive or automatic mode
Ab10/Sb10 : Beam 10 music-sensitive or automatic mode
Ab11/Sb11 : Automatic or music-sensitive sequence including Beam 1 to Beam 1 modes
5.2.3 - Flash mode programs
Values
000 - 028
029 - 056
057 - 084
085 - 112
113 - 140
141 - 168
169 - 196
197 - 224
225 - 255
Action
AF1/SF1 : Flash 1 automatic or music-sensitive mode
AF2/SF2 : Flash 2 automatic or music-sensitive mode
AF3/SF3 : Flash 3 automatic or music-sensitive mode
AF4/SF4 : Flash 4 automatic or music-sensitive mode
AF5/SF5 : Flash 5 automatic or music-sensitive mode
AF6/SF6 : Flash 6 automatic or music-sensitive mode
AF7/SF7 : Flash 7 automatic or music-sensitive mode
AF8/SF8 : Flash 8 automatic or music-sensitive mode
AF9/SF9 : Sequence including Flash 1 to Flash 7 programs in automatic or music-sensitive mode
5.2.4 -Mix mode programs
Values
000 - 063
064 - 126
127 - 189
190 - 255
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Action
AM1/SM1 : Mix 1 automatic or music-sensitive mode
AM2/SM2 : Mix 2 automatic or music-sensitive mode
AM3/SM3 : Mix 3 automatic or music-sensitive mode
AM4/SM4 : Sequence including Flash 1 to Flash 7 programs in automatic or music-sensitive mode
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5.3 - 10-channel mode
Channels
1
2
3
4
Values
Action
PAR Red LEDs mode
000 - 255
Red from 0 to 100%
PAR Green LEDs mode
000 - 255
Green from 0 to 100%
PAR Blue LEDs mode
000 - 255
Blue from 0 to 100%
PAR UV LEDs mode
000 - 255
UV from 0 to 100%
Dimmer
5
000 - 189
Dimmer from 0 to 100%
190 - 250
Slow to fast strobe
251 - 255
Full power
PAR programs
6
000 - 009
Black-Out
010 - 040
AP1/SP1 : PAR1 automatic or music-sensitive mode
041 - 071
AP2/SP2 : PAR2 automatic or music-sensitive mode
072 - 102
AP3/SP3 : PAR3 automatic or music-sensitive mode
103 - 133
AP4/SP4 : PAR4 automatic or music-sensitive mode
134 - 164
AP5/SP5 : PAR5 automatic or music-sensitive mode
165 - 195
AP6/SP6 : PAR6 automatic or music-sensitive mode
196 - 226
AP7/SP7 :PAR7 automatic or music-sensitive mode
227 - 255
AP8/SP8 : Sequence including PAR1 to PAR7 in automatic or music-sensitive mode
AP programs speed and AP programs music-sensitive mode
7
8
000 - 250
UV from 0 to 100%
251 - 251
PAR programs in music-sensitive mode
Beam programs
000 - 009
Blackout
010 - 014
Red
015 - 019
Green
020 - 024
Blue
025 - 029
Amber
030 - 034
Red/Green
035 - 039
Red/Blue
040 - 044
Red/Amber
045 - 049
Green/Blue
050 - 054
Green/Amber
055 - 059
Blue/Amber
060 - 064
Red/Green/Blue
065 - 069
Red/Green/Amber
070 - 074
Red/Blue/Amber
075 - 079
080 - 084
Green/Blue/Amber
Red/Green/Blue/Amber
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5.3 - 10-channel mode (final part)
085 - 099
Ab1/Sb1 :Beam 1 automatic or music-sensitive mode
100 - 114
Ab2/Sb2 : Beam 2 automatic or music-sensitive mode
115 - 129
Ab3/Sb3 : Beam 3 aautomatic or music-sensitive mode
130 - 144
Ab4/Sb4 : Beam 4 automatic or music-sensitive mode
145 - 159
Ab5/Sb5 : Beam 5 automatic or music-sensitive mode
160 - 174
Ab6/Sb6 : Beam 6 automatic or music-sensitive mode
175 - 189
190 - 204
205 - 219
Ab7/Sb7 : Beam 7 automatic or music-sensitive mode
Ab8/Sb8 : Beam 8 automatic or music-sensitive mode
Ab9/Sb9 : Beam 9 automatic or music-sensitive mode
220 - 234
Ab10/Sb10 : Beam 10 automatic or music-sensitive mode
235 - 255
Ab11/Sb11 : Beam 1 to Beam 10 programs in auto or music-sensitive mode
Beam programs speed and strobe
9
000 - 005
No strobe
006 - 250
Slow to fast strobe
251 - 255
Music-sensitive strobe
000 - 250
Beam programs at increasing speed
255 - 255
Beam programs in music-sensitive mode
If channel 1 is set between 010 and 084
If channel 1 is set between 085 and 255
Strobe
10
000 - 005
No function
006 - 010
Full power
011 - 250
Slow to fast strobe
251 - 255
Music-sensitive strobe
5.4 - 19-channel mode
Channels
Values
Action
1
PAR 1 Red LEDs : Red from 0 to 100%
2
PAR 1 Green LEDs: Green from 0 to 100%
3
PAR 1 Blue LEDs: Blue from 0 to 100%
4
PAR 1 UV LEDs: UV from 0 to 100%
5
PAR 2 Red LEDs : Red from 0 to 100%
6
PAR 2 Green LEDs : Green from 0 to 100%
7
PAR 2 Blue LEDs : Blue from 0 to 100%
8
PAR 2 UV LEDs : UV from 0 to 100%
9
PAR 3 Red LEDs : Red from 0 to 100%
10
PAR 3 Green LEDs : Green from 0 to 100%
11
PAR 3 Blue LEDs Blue : Blue from 0 to 100%
12
PAR 3 UV LEDs UV : UV from 0 to 100%
PAR 1 to 3 dimmer
13
14
15
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000 - 189
Dimmer from 0 to 100%
190 - 250
Slow to fast strobe
251 - 255
Full power
PAR programs
Identical to channel 6 in 10-channel mode
AP programs speed and SP programs music-sensitive mode
Identical to channel 7 in 10-channel mode
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17
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Beam programs
Identical to channel 8 in 10-channel mode
Beam programs speed and strobe
Identical to channel 9 in 10-channel mode
Flash programs
18
000 - 009
Blackout
010 - 036
AF9/SF9 : Sequence including Flash 1 to 7 in automatic or music-sensitive mode
037 - 063
AF1/SF1 : Flash 1 in music-sensitive or automatic mode
064 - 090
AF2/SF2 : Flash 2 in music-sensitive or automatic mode
091 - 117
AF3/SF3 : Flash 3 in music-sensitive or automatic mode
118 - 144
AF4/SF4 : Flash 4 in music-sensitive or automatic mode
145 - 171
AF5/SF5 : Flash 5 in music-sensitive or automatic mode
172 - 198
AF6/SF6 : Flash 6 in music-sensitive or automatic mode
199 - 225
AF7/SF7 : Flash 7 in music-sensitive or automatic mode
226 - 255
AF8/SF8 : Flash 7 in music-sensitive or automatic mode
Flash programs speed and music-sensitive mode
19
000 - 250
Flash programs at increasing speed
251 - 255
Flash programs in music-sensitive mode
6 - Remote control
Buttons
Action
Activates or deactivates Black-out
Mix programs selection in automatic mode
Mix programs selection in music-sensitive mode
PAR programs selection in automatic mode
Beam programs selection in automatic mode
Flash programs selection in automatic mode
No function
Switches between automatic and music-sensitive modes
Pause
PAR mode colour selection
Beam mode colour selection
>
Automatic modes speed settings
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