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Document Number: 2-450188-010
Version as of: August 31, 2010
Light Pack Light Pack Installation & Operation Guide
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Light Pack 120v Dimming Module
Installation & Operation Guide
Important Safeguards
When using electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed
including the following:
a. READ AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
b. Do not use outdoors.
c. Do not mount near gas or electric heaters.
d. Equipment should be mounted in locations and at heights where it will not
readily be subjected to tampering by unauthorized personnel.
e. The use of accessory equipment not recommended by the manufacturer
may cause an unsafe condition.
f. Do not use this equipment for other than intended use.
g. Refer service to qualified personnel.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
WARNING: You must have access to a main circuit breaker or other power
disconnect device before installing any wiring. Be sure that power is disconnected
by removing fuses or turning the main circuit breaker off before installation.
Installing the device with power on may expose you to dangerous voltage and
damage the device. A qualified electrician must perform this installation.
WARNING: Refer to National Electrical Code® and local codes for cable
specifications. Failure to use proper cable can result in damage to equipment or
danger to persons.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or shock hazard, do not expose this
equipment to rain or moisture.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface ....................................................................................................................................... 3
About this Guide ............................................................................................................... 3
About the Light Pack Dimming Module ................................................................................... 4
Installation ................................................................................................................................. 5
Yoke Mount (Strand #71340) .......................................................................................... 5
Wall Mount (Strand #71341) ........................................................................................... 5
Pipe Mount (Strand #71342) ............................................................................................ 5
Connecting Power ..................................................................................................................... 6
Connecting Data ........................................................................................................................ 6
Setting Mode and Address ........................................................................................................ 7
Effects ....................................................................................................................................... 8
Intelligent Effects Network ............................................................................................... 8
Operation ................................................................................................................................... 9
Specifications .......................................................................................................................... 10
Catalog Number Reference ..................................................................................................... 11
Light Pack 120v Modules ............................................................................................... 11
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PREFACE
About this Guide
The document provides installation and operation instructions for the following products:
•
Light Pack 120v Dimming Module - 750 watt
•
Light Pack 120v Dimming Module - 1200 watt
Please read all instructions before installing or using this product. Retain this guide for future
reference.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION. PLEASE READ!
This unit is intended for installation in accordance with the National Electric Code® and local
regulations. It is also intended for indoor applications only. Before any electrical work is
performed, disconnect power at the circuit breaker or remove the fuse to avoid shock or
damage to the control. It is recommended that a qualified electrician perform this installation.
Observe the following precautions when installing, operating or servicing the product:
•
Disconnect power before servicing.
•
Install in dry locations only.
•
DO NOT power module from a dimmed source. Connect to standard power or
mechanical relay ONLY.
•
Use the included safety cable for ALL installations.
•
If installing any other type of mounting hardware or bracket, DO NOT use screws
longer than 1/4" in length. Longer screws WILL damage interior electrical components.
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ABOUT THE LIGHT PACK DIMMING MODULE
The Light Pack dimming module utilizes state-of-the art Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor
(IGBT) technology, which provides significant performance enhancements over other
conventional dimming equipment. The module is completely solid-state, enabling silent
operation at 800 microseconds in either forward or reverse phase control, which minimizes
lamp, ballast and transformer noise. The module supports LOW HARM® mode, which
controls harmonic neutral currents for extremely quiet operation and low neutral harmonics.
As well, every Light Pack module has an on-board intelligent microprocessor, which adjusts
and maintains proper voltage and current in response to changes detected in the load and
electrical service. The microprocessor automatically suppresses surges, protects against dead
shorts, and extends lamp life.
The 750 watt and 1200 watt versions of the Light Pack module can be easily identified by the
label applied to the underside of the module or the label next to the Focus button.
DMX512 Out/Thru
DMX512 In
TOP VIEW
7
Version Label
7 = 750W 6.5A
12 = 1200W 10A
18" Pigtail *
Power Out (to fixture)
36" Pigtail *
Power In (to module)
* Pre-installed connector is optional.
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LED Status Indicators
Focus Button
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INSTALLATION
The Light Pack module can be mounted in a variety of configurations.
Depending on your requirements, choose one of the methods shown below.
The Light Pack module can be mounted vertically (recommended) or
horizontally as required, however, to allow for optimum convection cooling,
the module cannot be mounted with the heatsink fins downward.
Incorrect
WARNING: A safety cable is supplied with the Yoke and Pipe
mounts. The safety cable must be secured to the fixture or structure
and may be required by local codes.
Yoke Mount (Strand #71340) **
Step 1. Attach yoke-mount bracket to
Light Pack module (as required).
Step 2. Fit bracket onto fixture yoke.
Step 3. Tighten threaded attachment knob
to secure in place.
Step 4. Attach safety cable.
4 Each, No. 8-32 Thread
8-32 x .25" Long (Max)
82° Flat Head
TOP VIEW
Yoke-Mount
Bracket
Wall Mount (Strand #71341) **
Step 1. Attach wall-mount bracket to Light
Pack module (as required).
Step 2. At wall, locate suitable installation
position.
Step 3. Using Light Pack mounting bracket
as template, mark holes for drilling.
Step 4. Drill mounting holes and secure
Light Pack module to wall.
Pipe Mount (Strand #71342) **
Step 1. Attach threaded knob or C-clamp
(not supplied) to Light Pack
mounting bracket (as required).
Step 2. Fit bracket over pipe*.
Step 3. Tighten knob (or clamp) to secure
in place.
Step 4. Attach safety cable.
Yoke
Bracket
Mounting Holes
Bracket
OR
Knob
Knob
SIDE VIEW
Wall
Pipe
C-Clamp
(not supplied)
Pipe
Bracket
* Mounts to 1.5" schedule 40 pipe or 2" aluminum tube truss.
** Installation of mounting bracket must be done using the (4) supplied screws. Using other screws can result in
damage to the unit. Supplied screws are 8-32 x .25" long (max) 82° flat head.
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CONNECTING POWER
The Light Pack module is supplied with two pigtail type cables. In the event your module did
not come pre-configured with power connectors, install connectors meeting your requirements
at end of each cable. Refer to the following color code diagram:
18" Pigtail
Power Out (to fixture)
Fixture
36" Pigtail
Power In (to module)
Red (Load)
Black
White (Neu)
White
Green (Grn)
Green
18" Wire Leads
36" Wire Leads
Female Connector
To Hot Line
To Neutral
To System
Ground
Male Connector
WARNING: DO NOT power module from a dimmed source. Connect to standard
power or mechanical relay ONLY.
Connect the 18" pigtail to the fixture and the 36" pigtail to the system power source. (The
Light Pack module will power up when the system power source is applied.)
Light Pack is rated to control any dimmable load - incandescent, fluorescent, or general
inductive (Forward Phase Control [FPC] only).etdimming.com
CONNECTING DATA
The Light Pack module supports standard USITT DMX512/1990 protocol. Connect data
cabling as follows:
DMX512 In Cable
DMX512 Out/Thru Cable or Termination Plug
A termination plug (Strand # 71346) is required at the last module in the data link.
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SETTING MODE AND ADDRESS
Light Pack operating parameters, such as input/output modes and DMX512 addresses, can be
easily configured to meet your requirements using the switches located inside the recess panel.
The standard DIP switches configure input/output modes, while three rotary switches
configure address and effects settings by providing three numerical dials: 100’s, 10’s and 1’s
digits respectively.
For example, to set a DMX512 address (slot) of 355, you would set the 100’s dial to "3", the
10’s dial to "5", and the 1’s dial to "5". To configure the input/output modes, set each of the
four standard DIP switches to either the ON or OFF setting. This toggles between two presets
such as Non-Dim or Dim.
Thumbscrew
Address Dials
DIP Switches
10
9 0 1
2
8
3
7
6 5 4
9 0 1
2
8
3
7
6 5 4
1
9 0 1
2
8
3
7
6 5 4
000 = Disabled (only Focus button active)
001-512 = DMX512 Address
513-599 = for future use
6XX = Flicker Effect (controlled by DMX512)
where XX is DMX512 address 01-99
7XX = Effects
where XX is effect parameter
(refer to Effects section on next page)
8XX = Fixed Light Output (Dim) Level
1
2
3
4
Mode LED
(see below)
ON
100
To access Dials and DIP Switches:
Step 1. At side of module, locate recess panel.
Step 2. Loosen thumbscrew and rotate cover.
Step 3. Using #0 (small) flat head screwdriver,
set dials as required. Refer to diagram
below.
Non-Dim
Dim*
120 VAC
115 VAC*
Reverse Phase Control
Forward Phase Control*
450 microseconds
800 microseconds*
* Default Setting
where XX is % level (99%=100%)
9XX = R21 Powered Raceway Address
where XX is address (901-996)
(997-999 are used for Test Mode)
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The Mode LED, located next to the DIP switch, indicates the following conditions:
LED Flashing Status
Rapid blink
One blink On - delay
Two blinks On - delay
Slow blink
One blink Off - delay
Two blinks Off - delay
Condition
Invalid address setting
Valid DMX512 address
Valid DMX512 address and receiving DMX512
Effects address setting
Valid Powered Raceway address
Valid R21 Raceway address and receiving R21 data
EFFECTS
When set to 7XX, the rotary DIP switch settings can be used to create simple effects without
DMX control. Effect parameters can be set as follows:
Dial Settings
70X - where X is ramp time
71X - where X is ramp time
72X - where X is ramp time
73X - where X is toggle time
74X - where X is time off
75X - where X is time on
76X - where X is speed
77X - where X is lamp intensity
78X - where X is rate
79X
Effect
Bounce Up
Bounce Down
Saw Tooth
Bump
Blink On
Blink Off
Strobe
Flame Flicker
Bell Curve
for future use
Description
ramp up, instant off (100% intensity)
instant on, ramp down (100% intensity)
ramps up, ramps down
50% on/off toggle
12% on, 88% off
12% off, 88% on
variable speed strobe
random flicker and intensity
ramps up, holds, ramps down
n/a
Intelligent Effects Network
Effects can be synchronized across a network of Light Pack modules to create chase, runway
and wave sequences. For this purpose, eight unique phase shifts are output from the first
module in the data link, transmitting on DMX512 addresses 002-008. To utilize this feature,
an Intelligent Effects Network Coupler (Strand Lighting Part Number 71347) will be required
at the first module in the link.
To create effects using the Intelligent Effects Network, do the following:
Step 1. Using data cables, connect Light Pack modules as shown below. At first module
data input, install Intelligent Effects Network Coupler. At first and last module,
install termination plug (Strand Lighting Part Number 71346).
Step 2. The first Light Pack module’s address (slot) will automatically be considered as
001. Set subsequent module addresses to any number between 002 and 008. These
can be in numerical order or out of sequence. The address setting will determine the
delay and execution order of the effect at that particular module.
Step 3. At first module, using rotary dials, set to desired effect (7XX).
Step 4. Apply power. Effect will execute across network.
Step 5. Adjust address settings to vary effect execution as required.
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Intelligent Effects Network - Up to 64 Light Pack Modules
Example
Address
Settings
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
001
008
002
007
003
006
004
005
001
003
005
007
002
004
006
008
Term*
Intelligent Network
Coupler/Crossover
* Termination plugs required at
first and last module in data link
Term*
OPERATION
The Light Pack module provides two LED status indicators and a Focus button.
Red LED
Green LED
Focus Button
The LED indicators report operating conditions as follows:
Red LED
Off
Off
Off
Flashing (1.5 sec on, .5 off)
Flashing (.5 sec on, .5 off)
On
Flashing
On
Green LED
Off
Flashing
On
Off
Off
Off
Flashing
On
Condition
Normal
No Load
Focus Mode (controlled at dimmer)
Oversized Load or Overload
Over Temperature
No communications
Over Voltage
No Communications / In Focus Mode
The Focus button can be used to quickly set the output level or test the module.
•
If the module is off, a tap on the button will take it to full on.
•
If the module is on, a tap will turn it off.
•
Whether on or off, pressing and holding the button will ramp up the intensity level.
Releasing the button will hold the setting at an intermediate level.
Fixtures turned on in this fashion will remain on until a control console or (R21 control
module) sets a non-zero level for the module. The module’s level setting will be cancelled and
it will now follow console control. If the module is already set to a non-zero level by the
console (or R21), the button becomes a "Flash-to-Full" control, overriding the level only while
the button is pressed.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Number of Dimmers:
1 IGBT Intelligent Dimmer
Ambient Temperature:
0° to 50° C
Max Output Voltage:
120 VAC
Relative Humidity:
5% to 95%,
non condensing
Min./Max Dimmer
Load:
Min. 1 Watt,
Max. 750 or 1200 Watts*
Cooling Method:
Natural Convection
Transition Time:
450 or 800 microseconds
(user selectable)
Height:
6.82"
Insertion Loss:
Max. 1.5 Volts (2%)
Width:
4.53"
Supply:
120 Volts AC,
6.5A or 10A per module*
Depth:
2.93" (750 Watt)
3.18" (1200 Watt)
Frequency:
50 / 60 Hz
Weight:
2.0 lbs.
Control Connections:
USITT DMX512/1990 In
(D5M) / Out/Thru (D5F)
Power In Feed:
36" Pigtail provided from
module is 3-#14 AWG
Circuit Protection:
Internal Short Circuit &
Thermal Protection
Power Out Feed:
18" Pigtail provided from
module is 3-#14 AWG
Load Control:
Any dimmable load incandescent, fluorescent, or general inductive
(FPC only)
DMX512 Data Link
Load
Represent 1/4 ETA 485
Unit Load
* Depends on model
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CATALOG NUMBER REFERENCE
Light Pack 120v Modules
Strand P/N
71300
Description
Light Pack 750 watt, Bare leads
71301
Light Pack 750 watt, with GP connectors
71302
Light Pack 750 watt, with GTL connectors
71303
Light Pack 750 watt, with GR connectors
71310
Light Pack 1200 watt, Bare leads
71311
Light Pack 1200 watt, with GP Connectors
71312
Light Pack 1200 watt, with GTL connectors
71313
Light Pack 1200 watt, with GR connectors
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