DMX Switch Pack - srs

DMX Switch Pack - srs
DMX Switch Pack
Instruction Manual
Models:
SPU1210-WM, SPU1213-WM,
SPU1216-WM, SPU6010-WM,
version 1.0 since 2 June 2017
SPU6013-WM
ATTENTION!
This instruction manual contains important information about the installation and the use of
the equipment. Please read and follow these instructions carefully.
Always ensure that the power to the equipment is disconnected before opening the
equipment or commencing any maintenance work.
SPU12XX.SPU60XX-WM_en_manual_M229
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General
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
All safety and operating instructions should be read before the equipment is installed or
operated.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
The following general safety precautions have to be observed during all phases of operation,
service, and the repair of this equipment. Failure to comply with these precautions or with
specific warnings in this manual violates safety standards of design, manufacture, and the
intended use of this equipment.
Do not operate in an explosive atmosphere!
Do not operate this equipment in the presence of flammable gases or fumes. Operation of any
electrical instrument in such an environment constitutes a definite safety hazard. Do not operate
this equipment near water or in areas with wet floors or in high humidity atmosphere where
condensation forms on the equipment. It should never be placed near or over a heat register or
other source of heated air and it should not be installed or operated without proper ventilation.
Power connections
This device must be earthed.
Let the device adapt the environment for at least 10 minutes after unpacking.
Connect the power cable – 5-way (3L+N+E) or CEE form input socket if required.
Output connection
The output terminals are located inside of the switch pack. Live, neutral and earth connections
should be made to all load equipment. These instructions are valid for fixed installations.
Input connection
Male and female DMX standard 3-/5-pin XLR connectors are provided on the rear panel for IN and
OUT connections. These also facilitate the use of a low impedance terminator if the switch pack
is the last equipment on the DMX line. DMX input is optically isolated.
Analog input (standard 0-10V) comes in form of SUB-HD socket. Pin #15 serves as a DC supply
output with +20V, which can be used to power small lighting desks that consume less than
150mA supply current. This output is protected against short circuit with self-healing fuse.
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2. Functions and Control
Front panel:
1. GFI63 or 80A, 30mA main switch / * B models
2.
Indicator of main input
3.
Circuit breakers 1P for SPU model or 1P+N for SPUN model
4.
Output indication of each channel
5.
ESC button
6.
Encoder
7.
OK button
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Top panel:
•
•
•
•
•
DMX input/output
Analog/Scene input – SUB HD15
6x Dimmer output
Power cable 5G6mm2 or 5G10mm2
GND grounding point
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3. Operation
The operation of SPU12xx is done using two pushbuttons and a 3-directional Encoder.
, the right button is OK
The left button is ESC
The following symbols state the type of action:
and the Encoder
is in the middle of them.
Introductory screen informs about the software version.
The home screen appears after 3 seconds and indicates the DMX start address, the temperature of
use and the main voltages. In manual and analog modes, the mode is indicated. In the patch mode,
the correctness of the DMX signal (OK/ERR) is indicated.
Rotate the Encoder to see the output levels.
Press the Encoder to enter the menu. Rotate it to select one of the following options:
1. SET LOCK CODE
2. SETUP
3.1
Set Lock code
This submenu allows its user to set a code to prevent from undesired use of the device.
Enter the old code first (factory setting is 0000). Rotate the Encoder to change digit (0-9), press the
OK button to move onto next position. Press the Encoder or OK button and enter a new code. Set the
new code by a single press of the Encoder.
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Locking of the menu is possible from the home screen. To lock the menu, press ESC and OK buttons
at the same time in the main screen. To unlock it, press the Encoder and enter the code. Rotate the
Encoder to change digit (0-9), press the OK button to move onto next position. Press the Encoder or
OK button to confirm.
3.2 Setup
To enter the setup submenu, press ESC and OK buttons at the same time. There are several
options to choose from:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
DMX MODE
SEQUENCE MODE
ANALOG MODE
MANUAL MODE
PATCH
SAFETY
LOST DMX
SWITCH VALUE
SEQUENCE SETUP
FACTORY RESET
Navigation in the options is done using the Encoder.
3.2.1
DMX mode
Press the OK button to enter the submenu. Rotate the Encoder to select the DMX start address
(between 001 and 512) and confirm by the OK button. Now the device works only using the DMX
input.
3.2.2
Sequence mode
In order to change the unit into the sequence mode, enter the submenu by a single press of the OK
button. Confirm by OK. Now the device works only using the sequence input.
After the change to the sequence mode, there are several parameters to set:
1. DMX INPUT
2. ANALOG INPUT
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Rotate the Encoder to navigate between them.
The DMX Input setting allows its user choose the DMX start address (001-512). Rotate the Encoder to
get the desired value and confirm by OK.
In the Analog Input setting, rotate the Encoder to get the desired output channel (1-12) and confirm by
OK.
3.2.3
Analog mode
In order to change the unit into the analog mode, enter the submenu by a single press of the OK
button. Confirm by OK. Now the device works only using the analog input.
3.2.4
Manual mode
In order to change the unit into the manual mode, enter the submenu by a single press of the OK
button. Confirm by OK. Now the device works without inputs.
Rotate the Encoder to select between 000 and 255, press OK to move onto next channel. Active
channel number is shown in the angle brackets < >. Press the Encoder to escape from the manual
mode menu.
3.2.5
Patch mode
In order to change the unit into the patch mode, enter the submenu by a single press of the OK
button. Confirm by OK.
The following screen appears:
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Press the OK button to select the output channel (1-12). The number of the active channel is shown
in the bottom right corner of the display.
Press the ESC button to choose the controlling mode. MANUAL, DMX and ANALOG can be chosen for
each channel. The selected mode is indicated in the bottom left corner.
Rotate the Encoder:
• to set the DMX address (in the DMX mode),
• to select the number of analog inputs (in the ANALOG mode) and
• to select the value of the output (in the MANUAL mode).
After all settings are done, press the Encoder and save settings using the OK button. To cancel,
press ESC.
3.2.6
Safety
This submenu allows you to select several safety setting. Press the OK button to enter. A selection
of one of the following options can be done using the Encoder:
1. ENABLE/DISABLE
2. CHANNEL 01
…
13. CHANNEL 12
3.2.6.1
Enable/Disable
If the safety is disabled, the following display appears. Otherwise the bottom line reads “DISABLE”. If
the scene is disabled, this option enables it; if it is enabled, the scene can be disabled here. To
change the state, press the OK button and confirm by the OK button. To cancel, press ESC.
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3.2.6.2-13
Channel ##
Rotate the Encoder to navigate to the desired channel number and press the OK button. Rotate the
Encoder to select the address value (000-255) or OFF to disable it. The address value appears in the
top right corner in the angle brackets. Press OK to save, ESC to cancel it.
3.2.7
Lost DMX
This option sets what the device does when the DMX signal is lost.
Press the OK button and navigate to one of the following options rotating the Encoder.
Choose the desired option and press OK to confirm.
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3.2.8
Switch value
This submenu allows you to set the desired switch value. Press the OK button to enter. Rotate the
Encoder to select the switch value (001-255) and confirm by OK.
3.2.9
Sequence setup
This submenu allows its user set the delays of sequences on each output. The time is in seconds
and counts from the moment the device is reset.
Press the OK button to enter. The number in the bottom right corner shows the number of the output
channel. In the bottom left corner is the time of the delay in seconds (0-25.5).
Press the OK and ESC buttons to move onto the next or previous output channel, respectively.
Rotate the Encoder to select the required time in seconds (0-25.5).
After all settings are done, press the Encoder and save settings using the OK button. To cancel,
press ESC.
3.2.10
Factory reset
This option sets all values and settings of menu to the default state when the device was
run for the first time. To perform this action, press the OK button and confirm by the OK button. After
the reboot, menu starts at the very beginning. To cancel, press the ESC button.
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4. Menu tree
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5. Technical data
Capacity:
SPUx1210-WM
SPUx1213-WM
SPUx1216-WM
SPUx6010-WM
SPUx6013-WM
SPUx6016-WM
SPUx6025-WM
SPUx6032-WM
12x10A
12x13A
12x16A
6x10A
6x13A
6x16A
6x25A
6x32A
12x2.3kW
12x3kW
12x3.7kW
6x2.3kW
6x3kW
6x3.7kW
6x5.7kW
6x7.3kW
Housing and dimensions:
Steel housing with gray powder coating
482.5 x 132 x 420 mm, 20kg
Pin out for the XLR connectors:
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
1
2
3
4, 5
Data CMN (not connected to earth)
Data Data +
Not connected
The DMX Input and Output are wired in ratio 1:1.
Pin out for the SUB-HD connector:
Pins 1-12
Pins 13-14
Pin 15
channels 1-12, analog input (0-10V)
DC - pole
DC out +20V, 150mA
Pin out for the SOCAPEX connectors:
Output 1:
Pin 1,3,5,7,9,11
Pin 2,4,6,8,10,12
Pins 13-19
Phase 1,2,3,4,5,6
Neutral
Earth
Output 2:
Pin 1,3,5,7,9,11
Pin 2,4,6,8,10,12
Pins 13-19
Phase 7,8,9,10,11,12
Neutral
Earth
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Pin out for the Harting/ILME 24 connectors:
Pins 1-12
Pins 13-24
Phases 1-12
Neutral
Pin out for the Harting/ILME 16 connectors /Type A – phase + neutral/
Pins 1-6
Pins 9-14
Phases 1-6/7-12
Neutral
Pin out for the Harting/ILME 16 connectors /Type B – phases + neutral inline/
Pin 1,3,5,7,9,11
Pin 2,4,6,8,10,12
Phases 1-6/7-12
Neutral
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Pin out for the 4x Harting/ILME 16 connectors /wiring on request/
Pin out for the ILME 6 connectors:
Output 1:
Pin 1,2,3
Pin 2,4,6
Phase 1,2,3
Neutral
Output 2:
Pin 1,2,3
Pin 2,4,6
Phase 4,5,6
Neutral
Pin out for the 12x Socket /French, Schuko, UK, Danish,…/
Pin out for the 12x CEE16/3p type 17 socket
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Pin out for the 6x CEE32/3p socket on SPU60xx
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Declaration of conformity
We hereby declare that the equipment described below conforms to its design, type and
version introduced by us to the fundamental safety and health requirements of the EU
Guidelines Machines.
Manufacturer:
SRS Group
Rybničná 36/D
83106 Bratislava
Slovakia
Declares the product
Name of product:
Type/version:
DMX controlled switch pack
SPU12xx-WM, SPUN12xx, SPU60xx, SPUN60xx
Correspond to the specification:
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
60-950-1:2003
55103-1:2000
55103-2:2000
60-598-2-17 1989 including amendments 1/2
60-598-1 1992 including amendment 1
CE marking directive 93/68 EEC
Low voltage directive (2006/95/EG)
EMC directive (2004/108/EWG)
Bratislava, 29 April 2012
Robert Sloboda
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Copyright 2017 SRS Group, s.r.o. | Specifications subject to change without notice.
Document: SPU12XX.SPU60XX-WM_en_manual_M229 | Version 1.0 | Actual as of: 2 June
2017
SRS Group s.r.o.
Rybnicna 36/D | 831 07 Bratislava | Slovakia
Phone: +421 2 44 681 417 | Fax: +421 2 4468 1419
Email: sales@srs-group.com | www.srs-group.com
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