remembrance user guide

remembrance user guide
User Guide
REMEMBRANCE
DMX-512 AND ANALOG CONTROL STATIONS
USER GUIDE
Copyright® 2004
Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc.
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Table of Contents
System Overview ..................................................................................................................... 5
Remember When … ....................................................................................................................................5
Welcome Back to Simplicity. ........................................................................................................................5
What experience is Prerequisite? ................................................................................................................ 5
What is needed? ..........................................................................................................................................5
What is not needed? ....................................................................................................................................6
Control Station Operation ....................................................................................................... 7
Play Mode ....................................................................................................................................................7
DMX Snapshot Record Mode ......................................................................................................................7
Record Example: ..........................................................................................................................................8
DMX Channel Mode .....................................................................................................................................9
Component Functions ........................................................................................................... 10
Take control PCB .......................................................................................................................................10
2 Channel Analog Fader PCB ....................................................................................................................10
ANA-2-DMX Scene Processor PCB ...........................................................................................................10
System Design Considerations ............................................................................................ 11
Place HHR or DMX-512 IN jacks near DMX stations ................................................................................. 11
Power Supply Requirements ...................................................................................................................... 11
Current Calculation Examples: ...................................................................................................................12
System Cable Requirements ................................................................................................. 13
Cross Referenced Analog Compatible Cable Types: ................................................................................. 13
Cable Derating Requirements: ...................................................................................................................13
Eliminate Ground Loops ....................................................................................................... 14
What is ground? .........................................................................................................................................14
Keep COM and GND separate. .................................................................................................................14
Make star or daisy chain connections. .......................................................................................................14
DMX daisy-chain configuration rules: .........................................................................................................14
DMX bridge rules: ......................................................................................................................................14
Advanced topics..................................................................................................................... 15
Use of blocking (steering) Diodes. .............................................................................................................15
Addendum .............................................................................................................................. 16
Wiring Details .............................................................................................................................................16
Jumper Settings .........................................................................................................................................16
Preset Station DMX-512 Snapshot Record Procedure ..............................................................................17
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Sample System Configurations ............................................................................................ 18
Multi-Purpose Room With A/V Control Booth .............................................................................................18
Small Church (All Analog Stations) ............................................................................................................19
Theater With Houselights / Rehersal Lights ...............................................................................................20
Dual DMX-512 Bridge ................................................................................................................................21
Wiring Diagrams ..................................................................................................................... 22
1 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 001-RMB81-001) ...............................................................................22
2 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 002-RMB81-002) ...............................................................................23
3 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 003-RMB81-003) ...............................................................................24
4 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 004-RMB81-004) ...............................................................................25
5 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 005-RMB81-005) ...............................................................................26
6 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 006-RMB81-006) ...............................................................................27
8 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 007-RMB81-008) ...............................................................................28
10 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 008-RMB81-010) .............................................................................29
12 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 009-RMB81-012) .............................................................................30
Entry Station (Cat. No. 010-RMB81-021) ...................................................................................................31
Panic Station (Cat. No. 011-RMB81-022) ..................................................................................................32
4 Channel DMX-512 Station (Cat. No. 017-RMB81-104) ..........................................................................33
6 Channel DMX-512 Station (Cat. No. 018-RMB81-106) ..........................................................................34
12 Channel DMX-512 Station (Cat. No. 019-RMB81-112) .........................................................................35
0-10V Analog Dimmer ................................................................................................................................36
Warranty .................................................................................................................................. 38
LIMITED TWO YEAR WARRANTY AND EXCLUSIONS .............................................................. 38
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SYSTEM OVERVIEW
Remember When …
Remember when anyone could add a house light channel or a submaster to a lighting control system by wiring a
slide pot to a diode and attaching it to which ever dimmers they wanted to control? Remember when control
stations could be set up as independents, or group them with masters all without having to have a lap top, memorize
DMX-512, know Windows 95 or battle the great configuration labyrinths envisioned by dyslexic software engineers?
Everything was modular and simple. There was not a central “brain” that required programming, and there was not
the hidden central processor costs and LAN limitations of most conventional architectural control systems.
Welcome Back to Simplicity.
This control system uses 3 small printed circuit board and 2 standard control protocols – DMX-512 and 0-10VDC as
tools to create complex configurations in the simplest and least expensive way.
The three PCB’s are:
• An on/off Take Control card
• A break-away, configurable, 0-10 VDC fader board.
• A 6 Channel 0-10VDC to DMX512 Scene Processor.
What experience is Prerequisite?
The only principles a designer needs to understand is:
• Take Control
• Master
• Slave
• Independent
• Snapshot DMX stream
• Pile-On (highest takes precedence)
Previous experience with 0-10VDC, diode patching and/or DMX-512 control protocols and control wiring is helpful,
but not essential.
What is needed?
• 0-10 VDC or DMX-512 Dimmers/Ballast’s
• A DMX-512 Control Console for developing Scenes (DMX stations only)
• A +12to +16 VDC Power Supply or Analog Stations (This power supply is not required when used in conjunction
with a DMX Station. See page 3 for current requirements)
• 10V/5VA bell transformer for DMX Stations (The DMX station will provide 150mA of +V to drive several
Analog Stations).
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• Standard NEMA Gang Boxes
• Imagination
What is not needed?
• A PC, DOS, Windows. Configuration files, disks or download cables. Station thumbwheel settings, A central
processing cabinet. Lots of patience.
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CONTROL STATION OPERATION
Play Mode
Action
Result
• Press the ON/OFF (Panic) button to
The LED will light, indicating the
activate the station.
• Adjust Master Fader if applicable.
station is active. An Entry or Panic
station will automatically activate a scene.
The Master Fader Proportionally
controls all channel levels.
• Adjust Channel Fader if applicable.
Channel Faders may control one
light, a group of lights, or an entire scene.
• Press the ON/OFF (Panic) button to
turn off the lights.
The lights will fade out and the
LED will turn off.
DMX Snapshot Record Mode
(For DMX control stations only)
Action
Result
• Insure JP1 Jumper is out on
The remove jumper on JP1 puts the
ANA2DMX Processor
• Insure Record Lock is off.
Processor in DMX Snapshot mode.
Record Lock disables any attempt to
record scenes, D19 LED on
ANA2DMX Processor will be Orange if able
to record. Green if unable to record.
NOTE
Record Lock can be activated any of 3 ways:
1. Jumper JP1 shorted on 2 Channel Analog PCB on station.
2. Jumper JP2 shorted on ANA2DMX processor on station.
3. REC LOCK terminal on ANA2DMX processor on station driven with external +10VDC signal.
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• Turn off all control stations.
This insures only console levels will
be recorded.
• Bring up the desired scene or look on
This is the scene that will be
the main console recorded.
• Go to the DMX control station.
Slide Master Fader all the way up to full.
Slide all the channel faders down to out.
• Push and hold the ON/OFF button when
This gets the station ready to be put
in record mode.
The Green LED will light.
turning the station “ON”
• Count to 5 (approximately 5 seconds)
(continue to hold the ON/OFF Button).
• Slide the Channel Fader up to full where
the scene is to be recorded. (continue to
hold the ON/OFF Button).
• Release the ON/OFF button.
This puts the Station into record
mode. (LED on ANA2DMX PCB turns green).
This snapshots the DMX-512 data
stream, saving the entire scene under
the proportional control of the
channel fader that slid to full. The LED on the
ANA2DMX Processor will blink red when it is
finished recording the scene.
This exits Record Mode.
Record Example:
To record scene into fader 1: (assuming REC LOCK is off)
Action
• Slide master fader to full, channel faders to out.
• Push & hold ON/OFF button when it goes from OFF to ON.
• Count out loud while continuing to hold ON/OFF button:
“One one thousand”
“Two one thousand”
“Three one thousand”
“Four one thousand”
“Five one thousand”
• Slide channel fader 1 to full.
• Release ON/OFF button.
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DMX Channel Mode
(for DMX control stations only)
Action
Result
• Install Jumper JP1 on ANA2DMX PCB.
This puts processor in channel mode.
• Dial up the starting address on
This selects the DMX start address for
rotary Switches SW1, SW2, & SW3
• For fader channel single pattern
operation, remove JP4.
• For fader channel dual wraparound
Pattern operation, install JP4.
• For highest takes precedence fader
operation, remove JP5
• To replace the incoming DMX channel
levels with the fader levels, install JP5
• For 4 channel operation install JP6 on
ANA2DMX Processor.
• For 6 & 12 channel operation remove
JP6 on ANA2DMX Processor.
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fader A1.
Faders 1-6 will respond to DMX channels
1-6. (assuming start address – 001).
Fader 1 controls DMX channels 1 & 7;
Fader 2 controls DMX channels 2 & 8;
Fader 3 controls DMX channels 3 & 9;
Fader 4 controls DMX channels 4 & 10;
Fader 5 controls DMX channels 5 & 11;
Fader 6 controls DMX channels 6 & 12;
(assuming start address = 001)
(and 6 channel operation – see JP6)
The fader channel will pile-onto the
appropriate incoming DMX channels.
The fader channels will replace the
appropriate incoming DMX channel levels.
This puts the processor in 4 channel on
wraparound mode.
This puts the processor in 6 channel on
wraparound mode.
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COMPONENT FUNCTIONS
Take control PCB
The take control PCB has a single switch for ON/OFF operation. The take control PCB requires +12 to +16 Volts
DC 25mA connected across +V and common to operate. The PCB provides a regulated +10.6 VDC source when
the ON/OFF switch is activated (turned on) and O Volts when off.
Pressing the ON/OFF switch sends a +10VDC pulse out the T/C terminal on TB1 and down the T/C wire to reset
any other stations connected to the T/C wire and TB1. The Take Control line determines and connects the stations
you want to respond in a group. Not connecting the take control line makes the stations or groups respond
independently of each other.
When the ON led is lit, +10VDC is available on the VOUT terminal. The VOUT signal can be used to activate a
single analog channel, or when used with prep cable PRP-31316-02, it can be used to activate several channels at
once. The VOUT signal’s most common application is to implement Panic or Entry Stations. See the Wiring Diagrams
for Entry or Panic stations for more details.
2 Channel Analog Fader PCB
The Fader PCB is a breakable PCB array that can be easily be configured for 1-12 channels with or without a
master fader. The input/output bussed connector scheme of J1/P1 passes DC power, analog 0-10V levels, and
take control across the control station to the terminal block on the take control card, or to a header for the ANA-2DMX PCB. All 0-10V analog channels are buffered by an op-amp and diode blocked before leaving the PCB.
ANA-2-DMX Scene Processor PCB
The ANA-2-DMX PCB utilizes six 0-10 VDC analog control inputs to proportionally drive 6 DMX submaster scenes
that pile-onto each other and to the incoming DMX signal whether active or inactive. To record a scene, first bring
up the desired look on the console running to the DMX IN terminal. Next, slide the master to full and the channels
to off. Push and hold the ON/OFF button to ON for about 5 seconds on the station, putting the station in record
mode. Finally, slide the fader up to full for the channel you wish to record the scene into. As long as the record
lockout is not enabled, the scene will be saved onto that channel, and will proportionally fade relative to the slide
pot. For user convenience, the record lockout function which disables re-recording scenes is available on the DMX
terminal Block, as a jumper on the ANA-2-DMX PCB itself, and also as a jumper on the 2 channel fader PCB.
Record lock is perfect for setting up house light channels or looks, and then disabling the record function for
patrons. A DMX bypass relay is provided in the event of a power supply failure.
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SYSTEM DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
Place HHR or DMX-512 IN jacks near DMX stations
Place a Hand Held Remote Jack from the control console or a DMX-512 IN Jack where the console could be
plugged in near any station that will be used to snapshot scenes on a frequent basis. This way scenes can be
activated from the console in the same place they are to be recorded.
Power Supply Requirements
DMX Station Current Supply:
(+V/COM power supply source for a single station connected to a single 10V/5VA transformer)
Station Type
Supply Current
Catalog No.
# of Gang
4 Channel DMX Station
150mA
017-RMB81-104
4
6 Channel DMX Station
150mA
018-RMB81-106
5
12 Channel DMX Station
100mA
019-RMB81-112
8
12 Channel DMX station connected to qty 2-10V/5VA transformers. (transformers connected to separate
AC1/AC2 inputs)
250ma.
NOTE
The +V/COM current through a DMX station should not exceed 750mA.
Analog Station Current Demands:
+V power supply requirements for a single station (+12 to +16 VDC)
Station Type
ON
OFF
Catalog Bo.
Entry Station
Panic Station
1 Channel Analog
2 Channel Analog
3 Channel Analog
4 Channel Analog
5 Channel Analog
6 Channel Analog
8 Channel Analog
10 Channel Analog
12 Channel Analog
25 mA
25 mA
30 mA
30 mA
35 mA
40 mA
45 mA
50 mA
60 mA
70 mA
80 mA
5mA
5mA
5mA
5mA
5mA
5mA
5mA
5mA
5mA
5mA
5mA
010-RMB81-021
011-RMB81-022
001-RMB81-001
002-RMB81-002
003-RMB81-003
004-RMB81-004
005-RMB81-005
006-RMB81-006
007-RMB81-008
008-RMB81-010
009-RMB81-012
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# of Gangs
1
1
2
2
4
4
5
5
6
7
8
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Current Calculation Examples:
3 Grouped Stations
Current demand calculation for qty 3, 6 channel stations connected in a group: T/C connected between stations,
therefore only one station can be on at a time.
+V Amps = 50mA (station 1) + 5mA (station 2) + 5mA (Station 3) = 60mA
3 Independent Stations
Current demand calculation for qty 3, 6 channel stations connected independently; T/C not used. All 3 could be on
at the same time.
+V Amps = 50mA (station 1) + 50mA (station 2) + 50mA (Station 3) = 150mA
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SYSTEM CABLE REQUIREMENTS
All DMX-512 lines ............................................. Belden # 9829 cable
All Analog lines ................................................. Alpha # 1898/x C cable
1000 feet MAX!!
Where x = the # of conductors
All AC1 and AC2 lines ....................................... 18 gauge 600V wire
Cross Referenced Analog Compatible Cable Types:
Belden 8489 (4 conductor)
Belden 8467 (7 conductor)
Belden 8466 (12 conductor)
Belden 8619 (19 conductor) (color code does not match)
National # NQ-418J (4 conductor)
National # NQ-718J (7 conductor)
National # NQ-1018J (10 conductor)
National # NQ-1918J (19 conductor) (color code does not match)
Cable Derating Requirements:
Smaller gauges of multi conductor Alpha wire can be used for short runs with a minimum number of stations if
following list of the criteria is met:
Alpha #1896 (20 gauge conductors) can be used if:
1. The total analog cable length for the system does not exceed 300 Feet. AND
2. The maximum number of stations is 6.
Alpha #1774 thru #1180 (22 gauge conductors) can be used if:
1. The total analog cable length for the system does not exceed 100 Feet. AND
2. The maximum number of stations is 4.
AND
3. The maximum number of channels is 6.
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ELIMINATE GROUND LOOPS
What is ground?
This control system, like most other control systems requires a common reference for the electronics to function
properly. This reference is typically denoted as Common or Ground. Control voltages are measured with respect to
this ground reference, just like the height of a person would normally be measured with respect to the ground they
are standing on. Without a proper common reference, the electronics can not make accurate voltage measurements,
and therefore will not function correctly.
Keep COM and GND separate.
The ANA 2DMX PCB has 2 different control references. COM (Analog Common) and GND (Digital Ground). The
two are nearly the same, except COM is the reference for all the analog control levels and GND (digital ground) is
the reference for the digital electronics and the incoming power supply. COM and GND should never be connected
together with external wiring. Never place This control systems control lines in conduit with other wires, or flickering
problems could occur.
Make star or daisy chain connections.
In this electronics system, it is important for all the COM signals to be connected in a start or daisy-chain configuration,
as opposed to a ring o loop configuration. The reason is that a ring or loop configuration usually acts like a big
antenna which is excited and aggravated by adjacent power lines. Apply the following rules:
DMX daisy-chain configuration rules:
(multiple DMX Stations connected in serial along one DMX-512 line)
1. Do not connect COM between DMX stations.
2. Use a separate power supply for each DMX station.
3. Daisy-chain the DMX-512 signal as normal, connecting the shield drain to DGND.
DMX bridge rules:
(2 or more DMX Stations tied together with COM, each processing its’ own DMX-512 line)
1. Tie stations together using COM
2. Use a separate 10V/5VA transformer for each DMX Station
3. Connect the shield drain wire to DGND on the DMX-1 station.
4. Do not connect the shield drain wire to DGND on additional DMX stations (DMX-2, 3, 4 _). Leave the DGND
Terminals or DMX IN/OUT empty. The DMX shield can be passed through the station location, but it should
not touch or connect to anything in the box.
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ADVANCED TOPICS
Use of blocking (steering) Diodes.
What is a Diode?
A diode is a one-way valve. It allows current to flow in a forward direction, but not in a reverse direction. The input
is the anode, or un-banded end of the part; and the output is the cathode, or banded end of the part. When the input
(anode) is at a voltage potential higher than the output (cathode), current will pass from the input to the output until
it fills up the output connection to nearly the same voltage level as available on the input connection. When the
output voltage rises higher than the input voltage, the part shuts off
Analog Channel Grouping
Use 1N4148 or 1N914 diodes to select multiple Analog Channels to be controlled by a single fader, Entry, or Panic
station. This is done by connecting the banded end (cathode) of the diodes to each of the Analog Channels to be
controlled. Tie the un-banded ends together, and to the single VOUT or A (1-6) single fader control line that is to
control the channels. The diodes will keep the channels to be controlled separate except when the source channel
is active. The 1N4148 or 1N914 is considered a signal diode. It is excellent for quick linear response in low-current
applications, however it has a tendency to fail in high current applications.
Master/Slave Take Control
Un 1N4004 diodes to create Master/Slave take Control relationships between control stations. This is implemented
by attaching the un-banded end (anode) to the master station, and the banded end (cathode) to the slave station(s).
The master station will now be able to take control away from the slave station(s), but the slave station(s) will not be
able to take control away from the master station. The master station will act as an independent from the slave(s)
stations point of view. The slave station will also be unable to record presets if the master station is a DMX station,
as the record operation is a function of the take control circuit. The 1N4004 is considered a rectifier diode, and is
excellent for high-current applications, like the take control circuitry, but it would perform poorly as a signal diode,
because it requires significant current to operate properly.
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ADDENDUM
Concerning New REMEMBRANCE Preset Stations:
Wiring Details
8 Preset Station:
(8-1028, 8-1148, 8-1188)
Refer to 8 Channel Analog Station Wiring Diagram and Colortran
Colortran Production Drawings for connection details of this Preset
Station in your specific system.
4 Preset Station:
(8-1024, 8-1144)
Refer to Colortan Production Drawings for connection
details of this Preset Station in your specific system. Note
the following control wire mapping.
Station Terminal A2 = Preset #1 (usually System A1)
Station Terminal A3 = Preset #2 (usually System A2)
Station Terminal A6 = Preset #3 (usually System A3)
Station Terminal A7 = Preset #4 (usually System A4)
Station Terminal +V = +V for system
Station Terminal COM = COM for system
Station Terminal T/C = T/C as applicable in system design.
NOTE
Connect Station Terminal A1 to Station Terminal A2 on 4 preset
stations to activate Preset 1 on power up.
Jumper Settings
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JP3 IN:
Enable Snapshot Record feature from this Station DMX-512 Scene
Snapshot Record may be enabled if T/C is connected to recording
processor (either i series e control module, or REMEMBRANCE ANA2DMX
processor). The station will also activate presets, and take control away
from other stations connected to its’ T/C line. Refer to Colortan Production
Drawings for connection details, and refer to the snapshot record procedure
below for operational details. The “OFF” LED will stay red while the “OFF”
switch is pressed.
JP3 OUT:
Disable Snapshot Record from this station. The station will only activate
presets, and take control away from other stations connected to its’ T/C.
Line. The OFF LED will pulse red when the “OFF” switch is pressed.
JP5 IN:
Activate Preset 1 on power up. Preset 1 will automatically turn on when
power is applied to the station.
JP5OUT:
Activate OFF on power up. All preset will be off when power is applied to
the control station.
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Preset Station DMX-512 Snapshot Record Procedure
1. JP3 must be installed on this station.
2. Activate DMX-512 scene from control console or DMX-512 portion of control station. On i series e racks, or
i series e Quad racks, a relative fade time for the preset may be assigned by setting DMX channels 511 and
512 to the same control level as follows:
Full
90%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
= 90 seconds
= 9 seconds
= 8 seconds
= 7 seconds
= 6 seconds
= 5 seconds
= 4 seconds
= 3 seconds
= 2 seconds
= 1 seconds
= Instantaneous
3. Turn off all other control sources, so only DMX-512 generated scene is active.
4. Press and hold the “OFF” Button. The “OFF” LED will turn and stay red.
5. Continue pressing the OFF switch for at least 5 seconds. If the preset station is connected to an i series e
rack, the lights will dim when the snapshot mode has been enabled. If the station is connected to an ANA2DMX
processor, wait an extra second or two to insure that the processor is in snapshot mode.
6. While holding the OFF switch, press the preset switch where you would like the DMX512 scene stored.
7. Continue to hold the OFF button for another second or until the lights return to their normal levels.
8. Release the OFF button.
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ON / OFF
ON / OFF
LE
NSO
CO
MASTER
MASTER
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COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
A1
A2
A3
COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
A1
A2
A3
Use Alpha #1898 wire between
all control stations.
NOTE
B
A
OL
ROOM 1
3 CHANNEL ANALOG
CAT. NO. 003-RMB81-3
NTR
CO
R
ME
DIMACK
R
DMX-512 BELDEN 9829 BY OTHERS
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
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MASTER
MASTER
COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
A1
A2
A3
COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
A1
A2
A3
B
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
A6
A
A9
A8
A7
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MASTER
MASTER
COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
A1
A2
A3
COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
A1
A2
A3
ROOM 3
3 CHANNEL ANALOG
CAT. NO. 003-RMB81-3
A10
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
VOUT
T/C
A
B
A
B
A
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
AIR
B
ROOM 2
A
ROOM 4
WALLS
A/V BOOTH
MASTER
MASTER
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+V
T/C
VOUT
A1
A2
A3
COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
A1
A2
A3
ROOM 4
3 CHANNEL ANALOG
CAT. NO. 003-RMB81-3
B
ROOM 3
ROOM 1
Multi-Purpose Room With A/V Control Booth
B
A
COM
ROOM 2
CHANNEL ANALOG
CAT. NO. 003-RMB81-3
SLAVE STATIONS
LOCKOUT
ON / OFF
MASTER
A/V BOOTH MASTER STATION
12 CHANNEL DMX STATION CAT. NO. 019-RMB81-112
+V
DMX-512 BELDEN 9829 BY OTHERS
10VACX
10VACY
REC LOCK
DMX OUT+
DMX OUTDGND OUT
DMX IN+
DMX INDGND IN
A11
10V/5VA FXMR
BY OTHERS
A12
120VAC
A
COMBINE ROOMS
B
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SAMPLE SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS
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Use Alpha #1898 wire between
all control stations.
NOTE
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
VESTIBULE
ENTRY STATION
CAT. NO. 010-RMB81-21
HOUSE LEFT
TWO CHANNEL
ANALOG STATION
CAT. NO. 002-RMB81-2
HOUSE RIGHT
TWO CHANNEL
ANALOG STATION
CAT. NO. 002-RMB81-2
HOUSE DOWNLIGHTS
VESTIBULE
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COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
A1
A2
COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
A1
A2
MASTER
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A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
VOUT
T/C
COM
1
2
3
4
COM
COM
DMX DMX DMX +
DMX +
MCPX
MCPX
+ 15V
+ 15V
REM +
REM +
REM REM-
1
2
3
4
COM
COM
SANCTUARY (MASTER STATION)
8 CHANNEL ANALOG STATION
CAT. NO. 007-RMB81-8
Small Church (All Analog Stations)
+V
PODIUM
SANCTUARY WASH
SOLOIST
CHOIR
BABTISMAL
HOUSE CHANDELIER
HOUSE DOWNLIGHTS
VESTIBULE
A8
ON / OFF
NSI CAT. NO. N2408
User Guide
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SO
LE
CO
N
B
A
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
ON / OFF
Use Alpha #1898 wire between
all control stations.
NOTE
NTR
OL
CO
Remembrance
Remembrance
Remembrance
COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
A1
A2
A3
COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
A1
A2
A3
COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
A1
A2
A3
+V
+V
ON / OFF
VOUT
VOUT
A1
A1
STAGE MANAGERS PANEL
12 CHANNEL ANALOG STATION
CAT. NO. 019-RMB81-112
MASTER
A2
A2
T/C
T/C
COM
COM
Remembrance
Remembrance
Remembrance
ON / OFF
ENTRY STATION
CAT. NO. 010-RMB81-21
HOUSELIGHT /
ENTRY STATIONS
LOCKOUT
Remembrance
ON / OFF
ENTRY STATION
CAT. NO. 010-RMB81-21
HOUSELIGHT /
ENTRY STATIONS
LOCKOUT
Theater With Houselights / Rehearsal Lights
HOUSELIGHT
STATIONS
MASTER
MASTER
MASTER
3 CHANNEL ANALOG STATIONS
CAT. NO. 003-RMB81-3
A3
A3
R
ME
DIMACK
R
A4
A4
DMX-512 BELDEN 9829 BY OTHERS
A5
A5
MASTER
A6
A6
ON / OFF
A7
A7
DMX-512 BELDEN 9829 BY OTHERS
10VACX
10VACY
REC LOCK
DMX OUT+
DMX OUTDGND OUT
DMX IN+
DMX INDGND IN
A9
A9
120VAC
A8
A8
HOUSE
LIGHTS
A11
A11
REHERSAL
LIGHTS
A10
A10
ENTRY
A12
A12
10V/5VA FXMR
BY OTHERS
COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
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COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
CONTROL BOOTH
12 CHANNEL DMX STATION
CAT. NO. 019-RMB81-112
B
B
Remembrance
ON / OFF
Remembrance
ON / OFF
Remembrance
ON / OFF
ENTRY (CLEANING)
STATIONS
COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
COM
+V
T/C
VOUT
B
3 ENTRY STATIONS
CAT. NO. 010-RMB81-21
User Guide
Leviton Remembrance Control Stations
Leviton Remembrance Control Stations
OL
NTR
CO
Use Alpha #1898 wire between
all control stations.
NOTE
BELDEN #9829
BY OTHERS
R
ME
DIMACKS
R
DMX1
120VAC
LE
CO
NSO
DMX2
10V/5VA FXMR
BY OTHERS
A10
A10
A9
A9
A8
A8
A7
A7
A6
A6
A5
A5
A4
A4
A3
A3
A2
A2
A1
A1
VOUT
VOUT
T/C
T/C
+V
+V
COM
COM
STAGE MANAGERS PANEL
12 CHANNEL DMX STATION
CAT. NO. 019-RMB81-112
A11
A11
PODIUM / DESIGNERS REMOTE
12 CHANNEL ANALOG STATION
CAT. NO. 009-RMB81-12
Remembrance
A12
A12
Remembrance
COM
COM
MASTER
+V
+V
ON / OFF
T/C
T/C
MASTER
VOUT
VOUT
ON / OFF
A1
A1
Dual DMX-512 Bridge
AC1
AC2
REC LOCK
DMX OUT+
DMX OUTDGND OUT
DMX IN+
DMX INDGND IN
ALPHA #1898/15C
BY OTHERS
DRAIN WIRE PASSES
TRHROUGH STATION
LOCATION, BUT IS
INSULATED FROM
STATION AND
ENCLOSURE
A2
A2
Remembrance
A3
A3
Remembrance
A4
A4
MASTER
A5
A5
ON / OFF
A6
A6
MASTER
A7
A7
ON / OFF
A8
A8
AC1
AC2
REC LOCK
DMX OUT+
DMX OUTDGND OUT
DMX IN+
DMX INDGND IN
A9
A9
120VAC
A10
A10
BELDEN #9829
BY OTHERS
HEAD USHERS PANEL
12 CHANNEL ANALOG STATION
CAT. NO. 009-RMB81-12
A11
A11
CONTROL BOOTH
12 CHANNEL DMX STATION
CAT. NO. 019-RMB81-112
A12
A12
10V/5VA FXMR
BY OTHERS
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User Guide
WIRING DIAGRAMS
ON / OFF
Remembrance
FRONT VIEW
TB1
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
VOUT
T/C
+V
COM
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
ALPHA
1898/5C
BY OTHERS
ORANGE
NO CONNECT
WHITE
RED
BLACK
ANALOG
CONTROL
HARNESS
TO OTHER
STATIONS
OR TO
0-10V DIMMERS
GREEN-VOUT FROM
ENTRY STATION /
PANIC STATION
REAR VIEW
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
ELECTRONICS
TERMINAL BLOCK
5/16"
NO K/O
ACCESS
2 GANG
3-1/2" DEEP
BACK BOX
BY OTHERS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
1"
3 1/2"
SIDE VIEW
1 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 001-RMB81-001)
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User Guide
ON / OFF
Remembrance
FRONT VIEW
TB1
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
VOUT
T/C
+V
COM
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
ALPHA
1898/6C
BY OTHERS
BLUE
ORANGE
NO CONNECT
WHITE
RED
BLACK
ANALOG
CONTROL
HARNESS
TO OTHER
STATIONS
OR TO
0-10V DIMMERS
GREEN-VOUT FROM
ENTRY STATION /
PANIC STATION
REAR VIEW
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
ELECTRONICS
TERMINAL BLOCK
5/16"
NO K/O
ACCESS
2 GANG
3-1/2" DEEP
BACK BOX
BY OTHERS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
1"
3 1/2"
SIDE VIEW
2 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 002-RMB81-002)
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User Guide
MASTER
ON / OFF
Remembrance
FRONT VIEW
TB1
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
VOUT
T/C
+V
COM
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
BROWN
BLUE
ORANGE
NO CONNECT
WHITE
RED
BLACK
ALPHA
1898/7C
BY OTHERS
ANALOG
CONTROL
HARNESS
TO OTHER
STATIONS
OR TO
0-10V DIMMERS
GREEN-VOUT FROM
ENTRY STATION /
PANIC STATION
REAR VIEW
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
ELECTRONICS
TERMINAL BLOCK
5/16"
NO K/O
ACCESS
4 GANG
3-1/2" DEEP
BACK BOX
BY OTHERS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
1"
3 1/2"
SIDE VIEW
3 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 003-RMB81-003)
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User Guide
MASTER
ON / OFF
Remembrance
FRONT VIEW
TB1
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
VOUT
T/C
+V
COM
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
YELLOW
BROWN
BLUE
ORANGE
NO CONNECT
WHITE
RED
BLACK
ALPHA
1898/8C
BY OTHERS
ANALOG
CONTROL
HARNESS
TO OTHER
STATIONS
OR TO
0-10V DIMMERS
GREEN-VOUT FROM
ENTRY STATION /
PANIC STATION
REAR VIEW
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
ELECTRONICS
TERMINAL BLOCK
5/16"
NO K/O
ACCESS
4 GANG
3-1/2" DEEP
BACK BOX
BY OTHERS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
1"
3 1/2"
SIDE VIEW
4 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 004-RMB81-004)
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User Guide
MASTER
ON / OFF
Remembrance
FRONT VIEW
TB1
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
VOUT
T/C
+V
COM
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
GRAY
VIOLET
YELLOW
BROWN
BLUE
ORANGE
NO CONNECT
WHITE
RED
BLACK
ALPHA
1898/10C
BY OTHERS
ANALOG
CONTROL
HARNESS
TO OTHER
STATIONS
OR TO
0-10V DIMMERS
GREEN-VOUT FROM
ENTRY STATION /
PANIC STATION
REAR VIEW
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
ELECTRONICS
TERMINAL BLOCK
5/16"
NO K/O
ACCESS
5 GANG
3-1/2" DEEP
BACK BOX
BY OTHERS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
1"
3 1/2"
SIDE VIEW
5 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 005-RMB81-005)
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MASTER
ON / OFF
Remembrance
FRONT VIEW
TB1
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
VOUT
T/C
+V
COM
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
GRAY
VIOLET
YELLOW
BROWN
BLUE
ORANGE
NO CONNECT
WHITE
RED
BLACK
ALPHA
1898/10C
BY OTHERS
ANALOG
CONTROL
HARNESS
TO OTHER
STATIONS
OR TO
0-10V DIMMERS
GREEN-VOUT FROM
ENTRY STATION /
PANIC STATION
REAR VIEW
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
ELECTRONICS
TERMINAL BLOCK
5/16"
NO K/O
ACCESS
5 GANG
3-1/2" DEEP
BACK BOX
BY OTHERS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
1"
3 1/2"
SIDE VIEW
6 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 006-RMB81-006)
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A12
A2
A10
A9
A8
A7
6
5
4
3
TAN
2
PINK
1
TB2
FRONT VIEW
ON / OFF
MASTER
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REAR VIEW
GRAY
VIOLET
YELLOW
BROWN
BLUE
ORANGE
NO CONNECT
WHITE
RED
BLACK
TERMINAL BLOCK
3 1/2"
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
GREEN-VOUT FROM
ENTRY STATION /
PANIC STATION
6 GANG
3-1/2" DEEP
BACK BOX
BY OTHERS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
ANALOG
CONTROL
HARNESS
TO OTHER
STATIONS
OR TO
0-10V DIMMERS
SIDE VIEW
ALPHA
1898/12C
BY OTHERS
1"
NO K/O
ACCESS
ELECTRONICS
8 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 007-RMB81-008)
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
VOUT
T/C
+V
COM
TB1
Remembrance
5/16"
User Guide
Leviton Remembrance Control Stations
FRONT VIEW
ON / OFF
Leviton Remembrance Control Stations
A12
A2
A10
A9
A8
A7
6
5
4
3
2
1
TB2
MASTER
RED/YEL
RED/GRN
TAN
PINK
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REAR VIEW
GRAY
VIOLET
YELLOW
BROWN
BLUE
ORANGE
NO CONNECT
WHITE
RED
BLACK
10 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 008-RMB81-010)
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
VOUT
T/C
+V
COM
TB1
Remembrance
5/16"
TERMINAL BLOCK
ELECTRONICS
3 1/2"
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
GREEN-VOUT FROM
ENTRY STATION /
PANIC STATION
ANALOG
CONTROL
HARNESS
TO OTHER
STATIONS
OR TO
0-10V DIMMERS
SIDE VIEW
ALPHA
1898/14C
BY OTHERS
1"
NO K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
7 GANG
3-1/2" DEEP
BACK BOX
BY OTHERS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
User Guide
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FRONT VIEW
ON / OFF
MASTER
A12
A2
A10
A9
A8
A7
WHT/BLK
RED/BLK
RED/YEL
RED/GRN
TAN
PINK
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
TB1
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
VOUT
T/C
+V
COM
REAR VIEW
GRAY
VIOLET
YELLOW
BROWN
BLUE
ORANGE
NO CONNECT
WHITE
RED
BLACK
12 Channel Analog Station (Cat. No. 009-RMB81-012)
6
5
4
3
2
1
TB2
Remembrance
5/16"
TERMINAL BLOCK
ELECTRONICS
3 1/2"
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
GREEN-VOUT FROM
ENTRY STATION /
PANIC STATION
ANALOG
CONTROL
HARNESS
TO OTHER
STATIONS
OR TO
0-10V DIMMERS
SIDE VIEW
ALPHA
1898/16C
BY OTHERS
1"
NO K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
8 GANG
3-1/2" DEEP
BACK BOX
BY OTHERS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
User Guide
Leviton Remembrance Control Stations
User Guide
ANALOG / DMX STATION TERMINATION REFERENCE
ON / OFF
PRP-31316-02 IS CALLED OUT SEPERATELY.
SHOWN HERE FOR REFERENCE ONLY.
CONNECT AS
DESIRED TO
TERMINALS ON
APPROPRIATE
ANALOG
STATION.
Remembrance
WIRE NUT
AS REQUIRED
BY OTHERS
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
CONTROL FOR
CHANNELS 1
THRU 12 SHOWN.
FRONT VIEW
CONNECTED
ANALOG
CHANNELS
WILL GO TO
FULL WHEN
PANIC SWITCH
IS PRESSED
ALPHA
1898/4C
BY OTHERS
TB1
VOUT
T/C
+V
COM
GREEN
4
WHITE
3
RED
2
BLACK
1
ANALOG
CONTROL
HARNESS
TO OTHER
STATIONS
OR TO
0-10V DIMMERS
GREEN
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
N/C
WHITE
RED
BLACK
TB2
6
5
4
3
2
1
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
TB1
10 A6
9 A5
8 A4
7 A3
6 A2
5 A1
4 VOUT
3 T/C
2 +V
1 COM
REAR VIEW
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
ELECTRONICS
TERMINAL BLOCK
5/16"
NO K/O
ACCESS
2 GANG
3-1/2" DEEP
BACK BOX
BY OTHERS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
1"
3 1/2"
SIDE VIEW
Entry Station (Cat. No. 010-RMB81-021)
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User Guide
ANALOG / DMX STATION TERMINATION REFERENCE
PANIC
PRP-31316-02 IS CALLED OUT SEPERATELY.
SHOWN HERE FOR REFERENCE ONLY.
WIRE NUT
AS REQUIRED
BY OTHERS
CONNECT AS
DESIRED TO
TERMINALS ON
APPROPRIATE
ANALOG
STATION.
Remembrance
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
CONTROL FOR
CHANNELS 1
THRU 12 SHOWN.
FRONT VIEW
CONNECTED
ANALOG
CHANNELS
WILL GO TO
FULL WHEN
PANIC SWITCH
IS PRESSED
ALPHA
1898/4C
BY OTHERS
TB1
VOUT
T/C
+V
COM
GREEN
4
WHITE
3
RED
2
BLACK
1
WHITE
ANALOG
NOT USED
CONTROL
HARNESS
TO OTHER
STATIONS
OR TO
0-10V DIMMERS
GREEN
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
PRP-31316-02
N/C
N/C
RED
BLACK
TB2
6
5
4
3
2
1
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
TB1
10 A6
9 A5
8 A4
7 A3
6 A2
5 A1
4 VOUT
3 T/C
2 +V
1 COM
REAR VIEW
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
ELECTRONICS
TERMINAL BLOCK
5/16"
NO K/O
ACCESS
2 GANG
3-1/2" DEEP
BACK BOX
BY OTHERS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
1"
3 1/2"
SIDE VIEW
Panic Station (Cat. No. 011-RMB81-022)
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FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
5/16"
NO K/O ACCESS
8 GANG
3-1/2" DEEP
BACK BOX
BY OTHERS
ELECTRONICS
MODULE
TERMINAL BLOCK
MASTER
ON / OFF
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
1 1/2"
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
2"
Remembrance
3 1/2"
FRONT VIEW
SIDE VIEW
ALPHA
1898/18C
BY OTHERS
LED
ANALOG
CONTROL
HARNESS
TO OTHER
STATIONS
OR TO
0-10V DIMMERS
TB1
DMX-512 START ADDRESS
(CHANNEL MODE ONLY)
TB3
Note:
Terminal Blocks
are plugable
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
VOUT
T/C
+V
COM
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
GREEN-VOUT FROM
ENTRY STATION /
PANIC STATION
YELLOW
BROWN
BLUE
ORANGE
NO CONNECT
WHITE
RED
BLACK
DMX
OUT
EDWARDS #590
DORMEYER #DCT 5-120
OTHERS MAY APPLY
DMX
IN
JUMPER SETTINGS
12
BY
0V
AC
OT
HE
RS
A
5V 2
C SS
VA LA ER
10 D CORMS
E
R
ST SF E
LI AN TH
TR Y O
B
GND
DMXDMX+
GND
DMXDMX+
RECL
AC1
AC2
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
DRAIN WIRE
WHITE/BLUE
BLUE/WHT
DRAIN WIRE
WHITE/BLUE
BLUE/WHT
JP1
* OFF = SCENE SAVER MODE
ON
= CHANNEL MODE
JP2
* OFF = RECORD ENABLE (SS MODE ONLY)
ON
= RECORD LOCKOUT (SS MODE ONLY)
JP3
* OFF = STATION ALWAYS OUTPUTS DMX-512
ON
= NO DMX OUTPUT WHEN STATION IS OFF
JP4
* OFF = CHANNEL MODE SINGLE SEQUENCE
ON
= CHANNEL MODE DUAL REPEAT SEQUENCE
JP5
* OFF = CHANNELS PILE ONTO DMX-512 IN
ON
= CHANNELS REPLACE DMX-512 IN LVLS.
JP6
* OFF = 6 CHANNEL STATION
ON
= 4 CHANNEL STATION
JP7
RESERVED
REAR VIEW
TO DIMMER RACK
DMX-512 OUT
BLINKING RED
BELDEN 9829
BY OTHERS
DMX-512 IN
FROM CONSOLE
SHIELD
DATADATA+
DRAIN WIRE
WHITE/BLUE
BLUE/WHT
LED
5 PIN XLR
FRONT VIEW
BELDEN 9829
BY OTHERS
5 PIN XLR
FRONT VIEW
= RECORD MODE
BLINKING YELLOW = PLAY MODE WITH
ACTIVE DMX-512 IN
AND RECORD ENABLED
1
5
234
18 GAUGE 600V WIRE
BY OTHERS
PUSH
1
5
432
DRAIN WIRE
WHITE/BLUE
BLUE/WHT
* DEFAULT
SETTING
DIAGNOSTIC
LED
FUNCTION
BLINKING GREEN
= PLAY MODE WITH
ACTIVE DMX-512 IN
AND RECORD DISABLED
OR CHANNEL MODE
SOLID GREEN
= PLAY MODE WITH
NO DMX IN AND
RECORD DISABLED
OR CHANNEL MODE
SOLID YELLOW
= PLAY MODE WITH
NO DMX IN AND
RECORD ENABLED
4 Channel DMX-512 Station (Cat. No. 017-RMB81-104)
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FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
5/16"
NO K/O ACCESS
8 GANG
3-1/2" DEEP
BACK BOX
BY OTHERS
ELECTRONICS
MODULE
TERMINAL BLOCK
MASTER
ON / OFF
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
1 1/2"
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
2"
Remembrance
3 1/2"
FRONT VIEW
SIDE VIEW
ALPHA
1898/10C
BY OTHERS
LED
ANALOG
CONTROL
HARNESS
TO OTHER
STATIONS
OR TO
0-10V DIMMERS
TB1
DMX-512 START ADDRESS
(CHANNEL MODE ONLY)
TB3
Note:
Terminal Blocks
are plugable
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
VOUT
T/C
+V
COM
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
GRAY
VIOLET
YELLOW
BROWN
BLUE
ORANGE
NO CONNECT
WHITE
RED
BLACK
GREEN-VOUT FROM
ENTRY STATION /
PANIC STATION
DMX
OUT
EDWARDS #590
DORMEYER #DCT 5-120
OTHERS MAY APPLY
DMX
IN
JUMPER SETTINGS
12
BY
0V
AC
OT
HE
RS
A
5V 2
C SS
VA LA ER
10 D CORMS
E
R
ST SF E
LI AN TH
TR Y O
B
GND
DMXDMX+
GND
DMXDMX+
RECL
AC1
AC2
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
DRAIN WIRE
WHITE/BLUE
BLUE/WHT
DRAIN WIRE
WHITE/BLUE
BLUE/WHT
JP1
* OFF = SCENE SAVER MODE
ON
= CHANNEL MODE
JP2
* OFF = RECORD ENABLE (SS MODE ONLY)
ON
= RECORD LOCKOUT (SS MODE ONLY)
JP3
* OFF = STATION ALWAYS OUTPUTS DMX-512
ON
= NO DMX OUTPUT WHEN STATION IS OFF
JP4
* OFF = CHANNEL MODE SINGLE SEQUENCE
ON
= CHANNEL MODE DUAL REPEAT SEQUENCE
JP5
* OFF = CHANNELS PILE ONTO DMX-512 IN
ON
= CHANNELS REPLACE DMX-512 IN LVLS.
JP6
* OFF = 6 CHANNEL STATION
ON
= 4 CHANNEL STATION
JP7
RESERVED
REAR VIEW
TO DIMMER RACK
DMX-512 OUT
BLINKING RED
BELDEN 9829
BY OTHERS
DMX-512 IN
FROM CONSOLE
SHIELD
DATADATA+
DRAIN WIRE
WHITE/BLUE
BLUE/WHT
LED
5 PIN XLR
FRONT VIEW
5 PIN XLR
FRONT VIEW
BELDEN 9829
BY OTHERS
= RECORD MODE
BLINKING YELLOW = PLAY MODE WITH
ACTIVE DMX-512 IN
AND RECORD ENABLED
1
5
234
18 GAUGE 600V WIRE
BY OTHERS
PUSH
1
5
432
DRAIN WIRE
WHITE/BLUE
BLUE/WHT
* DEFAULT
SETTING
DIAGNOSTIC
LED
FUNCTION
BLINKING GREEN
= PLAY MODE WITH
ACTIVE DMX-512 IN
AND RECORD DISABLED
OR CHANNEL MODE
SOLID GREEN
= PLAY MODE WITH
NO DMX IN AND
RECORD DISABLED
OR CHANNEL MODE
SOLID YELLOW
= PLAY MODE WITH
NO DMX IN AND
RECORD ENABLED
6 Channel DMX-512 Station (Cat. No. 018-RMB81-106)
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5 PIN XLR
FRONT VIEW
1
5
432
PUSH
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
DRAIN WIRE
WHITE/BLUE
BLUE/WHT
DRAIN WIRE
WHITE/BLUE
BLUE/WHT
Note:
Terminal Blocks
are plugable
DRAIN WIRE
WHITE/BLUE
BLUE/WHT
DMX-512 IN
FROM CONSOLE
GND
DMXDMX+
GND
DMXDMX+
RECL
AC1
AC2
MASTER
LED
BY
HE
RS
0V
AC
OT
12
TB3
6
5
4
3
2
1
BELDEN 9829
BY OTHERS
WHT/BLK
RED/BLK
RED/YEL
RED/GRN
TAN
PINK
A
5V 2
C SS
VA LA ER
10 D CORMS
TE SF ER
LISAN TH
TR Y O
B
A12
A11
A10
A9
A8
A7
TB2
DMX
IN
GND
DMXDMX+
GND
DMXDMX+
RECL
AC1
AC2
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
DRAIN WIRE
WHITE/BLUE
BLUE/WHT
DRAIN WIRE
WHITE/BLUE
BLUE/WHT
DRAIN WIRE
WHITE/BLUE
BLUE/WHT
18 GAUGE 600V WIRE
BY OTHERS
BELDEN 9829
BY OTHERS
Note:
Terminal Blocks
are plugable
DMX-512 START ADDRESS
(CHANNEL MODE ONLY)
LED
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
TB1
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
VOUT
T/C
+V
COM
GRAY
VIOLET
YELLOW
BROWN
BLUE
ORANGE
NO CONNECT
WHITE
RED
BLACK
SHIELD
DATADATA+
5 PIN XLR
FRONT VIEW
1
5
234
TO DIMMER RACK
DMX-512 OUT
REAR VIEW
TB3
Remembrance
ALPHA
1898/16C
BY OTHERS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
DIAGNOSTIC
LED
FUNCTION
LED
BLINKING RED
= PLAY MODE WITH
ACTIVE DMX-512 IN
AND RECORD DISABLED
OR CHANNEL MODE
= PLAY MODE WITH
NO DMX IN AND
RECORD DISABLED
OR CHANNEL MODE
= PLAY MODE WITH
NO DMX IN AND
RECORD ENABLED
BLINKING GREEN
SOLID GREEN
SOLID YELLOW
BLINKING YELLOW = PLAY MODE WITH
ACTIVE DMX-512 IN
AND RECORD ENABLED
= RECORD MODE
* OFF = 6 CHANNEL STATION
ON
= 4 CHANNEL STATION
RESERVED
JP6
JP7
* OFF = CHANNELS PILE ONTO DMX-512 IN
ON
= CHANNELS REPLACE DMX-512 IN LVLS.
JP5
* OFF = STATION ALWAYS OUTPUTS DMX-512
ON
= NO DMX OUTPUT WHEN STATION IS OFF
* OFF = CHANNEL MODE SINGLE SEQUENCE
ON
= CHANNEL MODE DUAL REPEAT SEQUENCE
JP4
JP3
* OFF = SCENE SAVER MODE
ON
= CHANNEL MODE
* OFF = RECORD ENABLE (SS MODE ONLY)
ON
= RECORD LOCKOUT (SS MODE ONLY)
JP1
* DEFAULT
SETTING
JP2
JUMPER SETTINGS
8 GANG
3-1/2" DEEP
BACK BOX
BY OTHERS
BEST
K/O
ACCESS
FAIR
K/O
ACCESS
ANALOG
CONTROL
HARNESS
TO OTHER
STATIONS
OR TO
0-10V DIMMERS
SIDE VIEW
2"
1 1/2"
TERMINAL BLOCK
3 1/2"
NO K/O ACCESS
ELECTRONICS
MODULE
GREEN-VOUT FROM
ENTRY STATION /
PANIC STATION
12 Channel DMX-512 Station (Cat. No. 019-RMB81-112)
EDWARDS #590
DORMEYER #DCT 5-120
OTHERS MAY APPLY
BELDEN 9829
BY OTHERS
DMX-512 START ADDRESS
(CHANNEL MODE ONLY)
FRONT VIEW
ON / OFF
DMX
IN
DMX
OUT
Leviton Remembrance Control Stations
DMX
OUT
5/16"
User Guide
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NSI Cat. No. N2408
1:1 DIMMER
TERMINATION
Colortran Model ENR 12 OR 24 with
Universal Control Module # 166-902 (3)
1:1 (1-12) DIMMER TERMINATION
ORANGE
BLUE
BROWN
YELLOW
BLACK
WHITE
NOT USED
ANALOG
CONTROL
HARNESS
FROM
ANALOG
STATION(S)
GREEN
NOT USED
RED
ALPHA
# 1898
BY OTHERS
1
2
3
4
COM
COM
DMXDMXDMX+
DMX+
MCPX
MCPX
+15V
+15V
REM+
REM+
REMREM-
ANALOG
CONTROL
HARNESS
FROM
ANALOG
STATION(S)
ORANGE
BLUE
BROWN
YELLOW
VIOLET
GRAY
PINK
TAN
RED/GRN
RED/YEL
RED/BLK
WHT/BLK
BLACK
ALPHA
# 1898
BY OTHERS
WHITE
NOT USED
GREEN
NOT USED
1
2
3
4
COM
COM
RED
Colortran Model ENR 96
8 Channel Houselight
DIMMER TERMINATION
PANIC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
600
600
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
600
+V
600
TC2
TC3
TC4
BLACK
RED
GREEN
WHITE
Remembrance
CAT. NO. 011-RMB81-22
NOTE:
CONNECT GREEN WIRE TO
VOUT ON ANALOG STATIONS
FOR THIS APPLICATION ONLY.
ANALOG
CONTROL
HARNESS
FROM
ANALOG
STATION(S)
IN
LED
GND
PN2222A
BOTTOM VIEW
GREEN
1K OHMS
VOUT
ALPHA
# 1898
BY OTHERS
WHITE
NOT USED
B
E
C
BLACK
RED
ORANGE
BLUE
BROWN
YELLOW
VIOLET
GRAY
PINK
TAN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
CONTROL
IN
PANIC
HOUSE
LIGHTS
0-10V Analog Dimmer
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Leviton Remembrance Control Stations
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WARRANTY
LIMITED TWO YEAR WARRANTY AND EXCLUSIONS
Leviton warrants to the original consumer purchaser and not for the benefit of anyone else that this product
at the time of its sale by Leviton is free of defects in materials and workmanship under normal and proper use
for two years from the purchase date. Leviton’s only obligation is to correct such defects by repair or
replacement, at its option, if within such two year period the product is returned prepaid, with proof of purchase
date, and a description of the problem to Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc., Att: Service Department,
20497 SW Teton Ave., Tualatin, Oregon 97062. All products returned to Leviton-NSI must have factory
authorization for return prior to shipping. The purchaser is responsible for completing and mailing to Leviton,
within 15 days of purchase, the warranty registration card enclosed with each product. This warranty excludes
and there is disclaimed liability for labor for removal of this product or reinstallation. This warranty is void if
this product is installed improperly or in an improper environment, overloaded, misused, opened, abused, or
altered in any manner, or is not used under normal operating conditions or not in accordance with any labels
or instructions. There are no other or implied warranties of any kind, including merchantability and fitness for
a particular purpose, but if any implied warranty is required by the applicable jurisdiction, the duration of any
such implied warranty, including merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, is limited to two years.
Leviton is not liable for incidental, indirect, special, or consequential damages, including without limitation,
damage to, or loss of use of, any equipment, lost sales or profits or delay or failure to perform this warranty
obligation. The remedies provided herein are the exclusive remedies under this warranty, whether based on
contract, tort or otherwise.
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Leviton Remembrance Control Stations
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Leviton NSI Division Headquarters
20497 SW Teton Avenue, Tualatin, OR 97062
Customer Service Telephone: 800.736.6682
Customer Service Fax: 503.404.5594
Technical Services: 800.959.6004
Leviton Manufacturing Company, Incorporated
59-25 Little Neck Parkway, Little Neck, NY 11362-2591
Visit Leviton’s websites at http://www.nsicorp.com & http://www.leviton.com
Copyright® 2003. Leviton Manufacturing Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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40 of and
40 pricing subject to change at any time.
Specifications
Leviton Remembrance Control
Stations
PK-93382-00-01-1B
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