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LFXHub_user manual_eV9
user manual
LFXHub
®
LightingFX Tools
for professional filmmakers
www.movie-inter.com
copyright © movie-intercom® 2008
edition 2008-V9e
This user manual is valid for the LFXHub from
version V1.3-2007 if the latest software is installed
(the version number can be found on the control panel in
the right hand corner)
download the latest user manual:
http://www.movie-inter.com/en/support/downloads/index.html
This user manual is also available in German language
http://www.movie-inter.com/de/support/downloads/index.html
movie-intercom® und LFXHub®
are registered trademarks
of Olaf Michalke, movie-intercom
LightingFX Tools.
use or dispersal of the mentioned trademarks
is strictly vorbidden.
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user manual
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chapter
table of content
page
1.
safety first please read me first
4
2.
quick start
5
3.
function overview
6
4.
controls, indicators and interfaces of the LFXHub
8
5.
function of the jogshuttle / navigation in the multifunctional display (LCD)
9
6.
menu structure
11
7.
basic settings
14
menu language
display test
resetting to factory settings
identity of the LFXHub / software version
8.
15
first operation
16
preselection of a lighting effect
dynamically rotary encoders
dimming
17
9.
measurement and calibration of brightness limits
19
10.
flicker module and its presets
20
TV
Fire
Ramp, adaptation to bulb inertia
21
multi-channel fire effects with flickering shadows
11.
LFXHub as stand-alone dimmer, lighting mixer
24
12.
puls generator and its presets
26
triangle
13.
27
strobe light effects
28
multi-channel effects with triangle and rectangle signals
28
connecting external dimmer packs / power extension
xxx
14.
rectangle
30
A: control analog dimmer packs
31
B: control DMX dimmer packs
32
C: control fluorescent tubes using an electronic ballast
33
D: control KinoFlo / Softlights and other fixtures, list of compatible units
34
E: control several LFXHubs as dimmer packs
31
optional modules for the LFXHub using "analog IN" - general
36
LightingSensor or PowerSensor controls LFXHub
37
Cable remote dimmer
38
lightning effects with dimmer-shutters
39
15.
optional DMX module
40
16.
optional radio module
41
17.
software update of the LFXHub
42
18.
trouble shooting / maintenance
43
19.
specifications
44
20.
address / support
45
21.
index
46
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safety first
page 4 of 48
please read me first
Please read this user manual before operation !
An LFXHub with the order code lfxhs (Schuko version) or lfxhc (CEE version) must be operated at a non-public power network only which provide
220 to 240 volts alternating current at 50 hertz!
An LFXHub with the order code lfxhu (US version) must be operated at a
non-public power network only which provide 115 volts alternating current
at 60 hertz!
Please check the operation voltage of the LFXHub prior usage. The operation voltage is shown on the label located at the bottom of the LFXHub.
Never connect HMIs or HQIs at the power output of the LFXHub!
Non-observance might destroy the HMI/HQI lighting equipment!
Operation is allowed for tungsten lighting equipment ONLY when connected to the internal dimmer pack of the LFXHub or to any other external
dimmer pack!
Tungsten equipment using an internal dimmer device inline or using any
other electronic control device must not be operated with the LFXHub!
Never connect the LFXHub to dimmed power networks!
You must inform your local fire department before you create artificial fire
lighting effects using the LFXHub!
Do NOT operate the LFXHub in extremely warm and/or wet environments!
Maximum operation temperature is -20°C to +70°C (-4°F to 158°F).
The LFXHub might become hot during operation. The temperature of the
housing might exceed 40°C (104°F). Please keep away the LFXHub from
inflammable materials. Maintain a distance of at least 30 cm (12 inch) all
around to inflammable material. Please make sure the environment of operation provides a sufficient cool air flow. Do not touch the housing before
you are sure it will not burn your body.


Before a bulb of a connected lamp will be changed make sure the
LFXHub is unplugged from the power network and make sure the lamp
is disconnected from the LFXHub!
Voltage might be present when main fuse is turned off!
If the unit is damaged do not use the LFXHub! Check the LFXHub for
damages prior operation.
Please keep the transparent lid closed when you use the unit in wet environment. Lock the lid with audible click using your thumbs on both
In case of an overload the internal main fuse will be triggered, the LCD turns off. Reduce
the load and turn on the main fuse by pushing the lever in the position "I-ON".
Do not lead the power cable close to cables used by the sound department. The dimmed power signal of the LFXHub might interfere with the
sound signals and may result in undesired noises for the recorded sound.
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quick start
a
b
LFXHub
connect to
220...240VAC/50Hz or
115 VAC/60 Hz
connect
lamp
+
turn it on!
check label
on buttom
for operation
voltage
1
preselect a category with
the rotoray switch
 FLICKER TV/Fire for
flickering signals,
e.g. fire, welding
 PULS
triangle/rectangle for
periodically signals,
e.g. flasher, neon signs
 stand-alone dimmer
(rotary switch in horizontal
position)
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for tungsten
lighting ONLY!
2
keep generated lighting effect or
change preset with the Jogshuttle:
 turn JOG > move CURSOR
to "preset"
®
...is flashing
3
adjust the brightness level with the
upper red potentiometer
"DIMMER max."
eventually increase or decrease the
lower brightness with "DIMMER
min."
 push JOG
> preset list appears
 choose PRESET with same
method
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function overview
With the LFXHub you can...

... generate realistic looking lighting effects of ...
a TV set, a movie projector,
fire, candle, torch, welding, short-circuit,
a starting fluorescent tube,
flasher, neon lights, strobe lights
...use conventional film lighting equipment or standard bulbs (household type)
with a maximum output power of 3.6 kW (UK version 220...240VAC) or
1.5 kW (US version 115 VAC) connected to the power output of the LFXHub.

...extend the output power using analog and/or DMX dimmer packs.

...control certain KinoFlo fixtures using the optional KinoFlo control cable.

...easily generate lighting effects using the twelve stored precision presets.
All lighting effects can be individually changed.
All stored "flicker curves" provide a resolution of 24/25 samples per second.

...adaptate the flicker curve to the power of the connected bulb. So the inertia of
the filament can be adapted to the flicker curve with the new "ramp"- function.
Or use "ramp" to choose the desired characteristic of a fire effect.

...measure and calibrate the upper and lower brightness limits.
A lighting effect can be "frozen" > easy set-up of exposure limits.

...reproduce a generated lighting effect. All settings are displayed on the LCD.

...easily create mutli channel ligthing FX with flickering shadows when additional
LFXHubs or dimmer packs are connected. The output channels CH2 and CH3
can be individually configured synchronous, delayed or inverted.

...add software to the LFXHub (requires optional cable) to install additional
functions without shipping the LFXHub.
Extended connectivity and functions when used with optional accessories
The LFXHub provides several interfaces -inputs and outputs- to extend the functionality.
Each connected LFX tool of movie-intercom is automatically identified by the LFXHub.
The suitable settings for the connected unit will be configured by the LFXHub without
need of manual settings by the user.

three analog output channels control external analog dimmer packs applying
0...10 VDC (SL10 Industriestandard) control voltage or simply other LFXHubs.
Different signals at these output channels enable extraordinary 3D LightingFX.

input for connection of the Lighting sensor or Power sensor > automatically
synchronize a lighting effect of a practical with film lighting, activated ba an actor.

The external DMX-TX module controls dimmer packs or dimmer-shutter using
the DMX-512 protocol.

The external optional radio module provides wireless controlable features.
(currently in development)

The external remote (cable) dimmer connected at the analog input replaces the internal dimmer poti and makes it possible to dim each effect from a
place where ever you want.

The external trigger module connected at the analog input enables the creation
of lightning effects or flash effects (explosions, photo flash) when combined
with DMX controlled dimmer-shutters using one or more HMIs up to 18 kW.

control many KinoFlo, Softlights, Photon Beard and other fixtures with a
dimming range of 5-100%.

control standard fluoros when used with ECGs.
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sync praticals
with lighting
DMX-512
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basic functions (contd.)
In order to generate natural looking lighting FX there are additional gels for the fixtures
required.
proposal for basic gels
EFFECT
Flicker TV
Flicker fire
Puls triangle / rectangle
basic gel recommended
1/1 CTB + 1/2 WD
1/1 CTO + 1/2 WD
arbitrary
gel number
201 + 250
204 + 250
for your own saftety: do not open the LFXHub!
RISC of electric schock! DANGER!
symbols in this handbook
Safe time and read this manual!
Create more effecient lighting effects with the LFXHub.
different versions of the LFXHub
CAUTION! please read this!
basic knowledge
application example
Please read the safety regulations first on page 4!
Schuko, NEMA (US), CEE (UK)
included in delivery
-
LFXHub
user manual
Quick set-up cards
optional accessories
-
cable remote dimmer (order code: crdi) provides dimming (DIMMER max) from
remote places, connection at "analog IN", the remote dimmer is extendable with the
universal cable
order code: crdi
-
external DMX-TX module (order code: dmxt), controls DMX-512 devices
order code: dmxt
-
KinoFlo control cable (order code: kflo) provides plug & play control of KinoFlo´s
DivaLite, ParaBeam and ParaZip fixtures
order code: kflo
-
LightingSensor (order code: lise), optical detection > synchronize practicals with
film lighting using the LFXHub as power activator
order code: lise
-
order code:
PowerSensor (order code: poses with schuko connectors 220...240 VAC, order
code: poseb for UK version with BS1363 connectors or order code: poseu for US ver- poses, poseb,
sion 115 VAC), electrical detection of a practical when plugged inline> synchronize poseu
practicals with film lighting using the LFXHub as power activator
-
LightningFX trigger module (order code: lix) triggers a sequence of lightning effects of a thunderstorm, flash effects of explosions, photo flash effects using the
LFXHub as a control unit for DMX controlled dimmer-shutters combined with one or
more HMIs up to 18 kW.
order code: lixt
-
universal cable (order code: unic), links either two LFXHubs with each other or is
extension cable for the cable remote dimmer, trigger module, KinoFlo control cable,
Lighting sensor or Power sensor.
order code: unic
-
waterproof case for LightingFX Tools
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controls, indicators and interfaces of the LFXHub
inputs, outputs / interfaces
analog outputs 0...10V
CH1
CH2
CH3
jack for DMX-/radio module/
interface to computer
power cord
input for
accessories
power output
3.6 kW / 1.5 kW
depending on version
controls and indicators
rotary switch
EFFECT
orange indicator
analog IN
rotary encoder
flicker speed
effect
category
push button Jogshuttle:
"ramp"
navigation in menu of LCD
3 indicators
"ramp"
dimmer "<5%"
warning light
poti dimmer max.
(upper limit)
blue indicator
radio module
monitor
channel 1
monitor
channel 2
monitor
channel 3
green indicator
DMX IN/OUT
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rotary encoder
Puls speed
multifunctional
display (LCD)
rotary encoder
symmetry
(ratio between
on/off)
Dimmer min.
(lower limit)
dimmer min= off (0%)
warning light
main fuse 16 amps
/ 13 amps (US)
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function of the jogshuttle / navigation in the multifunctional display (LCD)
generate a lighting effect with the flicker- or puls generator
1.
use the rotary switch "EFFECT" to select one of the generator categories
category
generator signal out
TV
generates
FLICKER flickering
brightness alternations
Fire
triangle
rectangle
PULS
generates
periodically
brightness alternations
Each generator module contains three non erasable stored presets.
Depending on the position of "EFFECT" the multifunktion display (LCD) shows the relevant parameters of the effect mode.
Functions of the other positions of "EFFECT" will be explained in other chapters.

The rotary switch points leads to an effect generator module via the red line of the control panel.
"Puls triangle" is selected in the example above , this means only the green rotary encoders are
relevant now.

Basic functions can be used without the LCD. Use "speed" and "sym" to adjust the signal.

The LCD shows the digital values of "DIMMER max", "DIMMER min", "speed"
and evtentually "sym(-metry) in a range from 0...100%.
Each value changes in realtime when a rotary encoder will be moved.

If the LFXHub is turned on the recently used parameters are shown on LCD and used promptly
even though the LFXHub is unplugged from power for 27 years.
2. selecting extended functions by navigation with the jogshuttle in the menu
Within the LCD the jogshuttle can select presets, can configure output channels and can retrieve the
measuremnet feature.
Turning the jogshuttle moves the curor within a menu level to a selection.
The position is indicated by a flashing cursor.
a selection can be...
a menu point
or
selection point
or
"back"
»
jump to one menu level lower
r
jump to menu level higher
selects one of the selectable points , non-selected points remain blank > turn/push JOG
PUSH the jogshuttle to execute an action
example :
DIMmax= 75% min= 0%
speed= 50%
»preset: feat. film
»measure/CH options
when
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my recent setting
feature film
news
video clip
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function of the jogshuttle / navigation in the multifunctional display (contd.)
The structure of the menu is for the categories flicker TV, flicker fire as well as Puls -triangle, -rectangle are nearly identically.
hint
The designation "my recent setting" within the preset list automatically stores the recent
used settings of a changed preset.
This feature is usefull if you would like to compare your individual settings with the settings of a preset.
Also "my recent setting" will be stored in the LFXHub without any temporary limit (separate storage for flicker TV, flicker fire, Puls triangle, Puls rectangle).
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menu structure
LCD menu level 1
LCD menu level 2
LCD menu level 3
LCD menu level 4
switch "EFFECT" on position "radio"
Please connect radio
module to"DMX IN/OUT"
on your left hand
side!
is a radio module connected please follow the instructions on LCD and read the user manual of the
radio module.
switch "EFFECT" on position "analog IN"
Please connect LFX
Tool to "analog IN"
on your left hand
side!
navigation
with the
jogshuttle
messege
if there is no LFX tool
connected to "analog IN"
messege , when Lighting- or PowerSensor is connected to "analog IN"
LFXSensor switches
LFXHub with function:
Dimmer
»change function
»change function:
Flicker •TV
Fire
Dimmer
»help
Puls /\/\
r
help: last settings
of the selected
function will be
used. Connected ..»
sensor must be active to change effect or use EFFECT
knob directly.
r
messege , when cable remote dimmer connected to "analog IN"
ext. hand dimmer
is now DIMMER max
for this LFXHub!
>> internal knob=OFF
messege , when LFXHub is connected to "analog IN"
red numbers (%-values) are subject to
change due to actual
setting
ext. LFXHub controls
LFXHub-Dimmer direct.
Use
DIMMER max =98%
switch "EFFECT" on position "OFF / setup"
LightingFX Hub
http://www.lfxhub.com
»Support
»basic settings
Hotline 24h/7days
phone 49(30)22320575
[email protected]
r
alternates each 5 sec.
»language selection
»display test
»factory reset
»identity
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help: first use knob
EFFECT to the left,
then turn and push
"JOG" to the right.
•deutsch
english
francais
espanol
r
display test:
•push jogshuttle
release = back
r
resetting LFXHub to
factory settings?
yes
•abort
S/N: LFXH20107
here is your individual text
software version:»
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DMX-IDs, passwords,
channel settings
could have been
changed.
r
please consider:
yes LFXHub has been
reseted to factory
settings,
..»
software versions:
CIO: 1.0 CHP: 1.18
FT: 2.4 MT: 2.15
XTM: N/A
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menu structure (contd.)
LCD menu level 1
LCD menu level 2
LCD menu level 3
LCD menu level 4
switch "EFFECT" on position "flicker TV"
DIMmax= 75% min= 44%
speed= 50%
»preset: feat. film
»measure/CH options
my recent setting
•feat. film
news
video clip
r
%-values of red numbers according to actual setting of the parameter
preset is shown here
selected in menu
level 2
of feat.
»measure
»measure
»channel
of feat. film
>DIMMER max= 75%
film
r
DIMMER max
DIMMER min
options
If a preset has been
changed the name of
the preset will change
to:
navigation
with the
jogshuttle
r
of feat. film
>DIMMER min= 44%
r
feat. film > mod(feat.f)
news
> mod(news)
video clip > mod(vid.cl)
="my recent setting", can be recalled in level 2
channels feat. film
CH3: SYNC •delay INV
CH2: SYNC •delay INV
CH1 = reference
r
switch "EFFECT" on position "flicker fire"
DIMmax= 75% min= 51%
Speed= 50%
»Preset: candle
»measure/CH options
my recent setting
fire
•candle
welding
r
%-values of red numbers according to actual setting of the parameter
preset is shown here
selected in menu
level 2
of candle
r
»measure DIMMER max
»measure DIMMER min
»channel options
of candle
>DIMMER max= 75%
If a preset has been
changed the name of
the preset will change
to:
r
of candle
>DIMMER min= 51%
r
fire
> mod(fire)
candle > mod(cand)
welding > mod(weld)
="my recent setting", can be recalled in level 2
channels candle
CH3:•SYNC delay INV
CH2:•SYNC delay INV
CH1 = reference
r
switch "EFFECT" on position "Dimmer" (horizontal position)
DIMMER max= 85%
DIMMER min= 27%
r
channel options
CH3: •SYNC
INV
CH2: •SYNC
INV
CH1 = reference
r
»measure DIMMER min
»channel options
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menu structure (contd.)
LCD menu level 1
LCD menu level 2
LCD menu level 3
LCD menu level 4
switch "EFFECT" on position "puls triangle"
DIMmax= 90% min= aus
speed= 50% sym= 99%
»preset: sawtooth
»measure/CH options
my recent setting
•sawtooth
sym. flasher
neon light 1
r
%-values of red numbers according to actual setting of the parameter
preset is shown here
selected in menu
level 2
of sawtooth
r
»measure DIMMER max
of sawtooth
>DIMMER max= 90%
r
navigation
with the
jogshuttle
»channel options
If a preset has been
changed the name of
the preset will change
to:
channels sawtooth
CH3: SYNC •delay INV
CH2: SYNC •delay INV
CH1 = reference
r
sawtooth
> mod(Sawtoo)
sym. flasher > mod(Syfl)
neon light1 > mod(neon1)
="my recent setting", can be recalled in level 2
switch "EFFECT" on position "puls rectangle"
DIMmax= 90% min= 0%
speed= 66% sym=
»preset: const.flash
»measure/CH options
my recent setting
•const.flash
turn indicator
neon light 2
r
%-values of red numbers according to actual setting of the parameter
preset is shown here
selected in menu
level 2
of const.flash
r
»measure DIMMER max
»measure DIMMER min
»channel options
of const.flash
>DIMMER max= 90%
If a preset has been
changed the name of
the preset will change
to:
r
of const.flash
>DIMMER min= 90%
r
const.flash
> mod(const.)
turn ind.
> mod(turn i)
neon light2
> mod(neon2)
="my recent setting", can be recalled in level 2
channels const.flash
CH3: SYNC •delay INV
CH2: SYNC •delay INV
CH1 = reference
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switch "EFFECT" on position "DMX IN/OUT"
Please connect
DMX-module at
"DMX IN/OUT" on your
left hand side!
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if a DMX-module is connected please follow the instructions on LCD and read the user manual of the
DMX-module.
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basic settings
Basic properties and settings of the LFXHub can be set within the menu item "OFF/ setup".
language selection
Informations on the multifunctional display are available in four languages:
deutsch
•english
francais
espanol
1. turn "EFFECT" to position "OFF / setup"
2. select "basic settings" > "language selection"
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3. select the required language from the list
Push the "back"- symbol or turn the rotary switch "EFFECT" to the desired position.
HINT:
The language selection is not influenced by a factory reset of the LFXHub.
display test
checks functionality of all segments of the multifunctional display (LCD).
display test:
•push JOG
release = ready
1. turn "EFFECT" to position "OFF / setup"
r
2. choose "basic settings" > "display test"
As long as the JOG is pushed all segments of the LCD turn to a black color and all LEDs
except the white indicators for CH1, CH2 and CH3.
To check the white LEDs (output indicators) turn "EFFECT" to "Dimmer" (horizontal position) and set "Dimmer max" to 100% > the white LEDs will come on.
The contrast adjustment of the LCD will be regulated automatically.
resetting the LFXHub to factory settings
The LFXHub stores settings carried out by the user. These settings concern "my recent
setting" in the preset list of each flicker TV, flicker Fire, Puls triangle and Puls rectangle.
Parameters of "my recent setting", the individual presets, e.g. flicker speed, ramp, puls
speed, symmetry, DIMMER min and the channel settings are stored temporal unlimited in
the LFXHub. A "my recent setting" storage spaces is overwritten when an individual storage is changed by the user.
The individual storage ("my recent setting") will be saved even if the LFXHub has no power supply. The LFXHub does not contain any battery > maintenance free.
We do recommend resetting to factory settings if the LFXHub is returned to the rental department. So every lighting crew starts with same conditions.
resetting LFXHub
to factory settings?
yes
•No
1. turn "EFFECT" to position "OFF / set-up"
2. choose menu item
"basic settings" > "factory reset"
3. confirm with "yes"
If you have agreed the reset information will be displayed which settings might have been
changed.
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basic settings (contd.)
identity of the LFXHub
Each LFXHub obtains a unique serial number and an individual text which is displayed in
the identity menu item. This text contains e.g. the name and phonenumber of your company. The identity can be retrieved in the multifunctional display.
S/N: LFXH20106
Wow Rentals Berlin
call +49-30-07896655
software version:»
1. turn "EFFECT" to position "OFF / setup"
2. choose menu item "basic settings" > "identity"
identity sample
The identity can not be changed by the user later.
advantage:

In case of a theft of the LFXHub the unit can be identified clearly.

Your company data such as your company´s name, the branch office and your
pone number or email address are displayed on LCD for your advertisment and
defines this LFXHub as your property.

The identity helps you to organize rentals from other companies even if the labels
of your company are removed from the housing of the LFXHub.

These informations can never be lost.
The text of the identity is requested to you by movie-intercom before the LFXHub
leaves the Lighting FX tools factory.
The individual text consist of two lines with 20 digits each.
Hint:
The serial number of the LFXHub is also noted on the unit label located on the bottom
of the device.
software versions of the LFXHub
Depending on software version of your LFXHub, there might be different functions (e.g.
DMX or lightningFX).
On order to find out which software version is installed please...
software versions:
CIO: 1.0 CHP: 1.18
FT: 2.4 MT: 2.15
XTM: N/A
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1. turn "EFFECT" to position "OFF / setup"
2. choose menu item "basic settings" > "identity" > "software
versions"
The software of each LFXHub can be updated with the latest version.
Please contact movie-intercom if you are not sure to have the latest installed.
CHP version 1.8: lastest version without the lightning FX upgrade
CHP version 2.4: lastest version including the lightning FX upgrade
June 2008
We recommend to order the movie-intercom newsletter. You would be informed promptly
about new software updates for the LFXHub.
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first operation
After having read the safety information on page 4,
chapter 1, connect the LFXHub to the power network.
Connect a tungsten lamp to "POWER output CH1".
The automatic circuit breaker "main fuse" can shut
down the LFXHub immediately.
Preselection
Use the rotary switch "EFFECT" to select the desired
category. The white marker of the switch points to one of the symbols within the boxes on
the control panel.
Dim MAX= 42% MIN=55%
Speed = 58%
¨Preset: fire
¨CH options/measure
The lighting effect starts immediately. The white monitor LEDs for CH1, CH2 and CH3
beginn to flicker, flash the same way as the connected lamps at the power output CH1.
The recently used settings generate a lighting effect. It doesn´t matter if it was a preset or
an individual setting.
When additional dimmer packs are not connected only monitor LED for channel 1 (CH1)
is relevant. Channel 1 provides a power output at the LFXHub and via DMX / analog out.
The multifunctional display shows information about the actual used preset. It shows the
options to modify the output channel settings and measuring and calibrate the brightness
limits.
The dynamically incremental encoders
Changes of the parameters "speed", "sym" and "Dimmer min" are accomplished by socalled "dynamically incremental encoders".
Opposite "DIMMER max." (potentiometer with mechanical stop) incremental encoders rotate endless. While you turn an incremental encoder you can feel a detent in your finger,
at the same time the value will change on LCD with every detent.
jog
Slow rotation of an incremental encoders results in slow changes of the value,
fast rotation of an incremental encoders results in fast changes of the value,
The black incremental encoder "jog shuttle" provides the navigation and selection of
menu items within the multifunctional display. Additionally it has a push button function.
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first operation (contd.)
The presets
It is very easy to create a natural looking lighting effect with 12 stored precision presets.
Dim MAX=100% MIN=25%
Speed = 35%
¨Preset: feature
¨measure/CH options
recent settings
'feature
news
video clip
Advantage of the presets:
 the LFXHub automatically configures all necessary parameters used for the specific
lighting effect - except the set-up of "DIMMER max", the potentiometer.
The selection of a preset has to be chosen with the jog shuttle.
Each preset has its own characteristic. This means the shape of a flicker curve varies
from preset to preset. Each effect mode (flicker TV, flicker fire, puls triangle, puls rectangle) provides three ready to use presets plus one memory space for the recently used
settings.
3x4=12
Please read the following chapters to find out more about the different characteristic of
each preset.
The numbers in percent correspond to the lighting effect of the connected film lighting on
the basis of a preset of LCD´s line 3.
A selected preset will change its name when, e.g. the preset "feature film" has been modified manually to "mod(feat.f).
The display of the actual settings in percent values on the multifunctional display
makes it easy to reproduce the lighting effect exactly.
Dimming
Each generated lighting effect can be dimmed.
The LFXHub provides the limitation of the
 upper (with "max") brightness level
and
 lower (with "min") brightness level.
So the brightness level alternates between these two
values and are individually adjustable by the user.
Dimming the upper level ("max") a potentiometer is used
because the handling is better with the most important
knob of the LFXHub.
Dimming is independently of the location within the menu
and can be adjusted at every moment.
The "DIMMER min" knob is a rotary encoder.
relation between "DIMMER min" and "DIMMER max"
If the maximum brightness level is reduced,
at the same time the minimum brightness
will decrease!
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first operation (contd.)
Relation between DIMMER max opposite DIMMER min
setting of Dimmer max. (incl. lower brightness level)
setting of Dimmer min = lower brightness level
brightness level
100%
100%
100%
upper level
brightness alternation
brightness
alternation
80%
50%
60%
0%
after
reducing
DIMMER max
50%
60%
lower level
0%
The value of DIMMER min always depends on the value of DIMMER max.
We strongly recommend to adjust the upper brighness limt ("DIMMER max") at first and
then adjust the value of DIMMER min.
The measurement feature will be explained in chapter 9.
 As a basic prinicple both dimmer knobs control all output channels.
helpful indicators
Informative indicators support the practical use on location.
 when the value of "DIMMER max" is below 5% the red LED "<5" is flashing
 when the value of "DIMMER min" is zero then the red LED "=0" is steadily on
When the function "puls triangle" is seleceted the value of "DIMMER min" is
automatically set to zero. The LED "=0" comes on. Function of "DIMMER min"
is disabled here.
So it is possible to see the state of the LFXHub´s dimmer from far away.
corresponding information:
chapter 9.
measurement and calibration of brightness limits
chapter 14, page 37
cable remote dimmer
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measurement and calibration of brightness limits
The measurement feature for the maximum and minimum brightness settings guarantees
precise calibration of complex lighting compositions.
A lighting effect will be "frozen" to define the exposure of the scene,
all connected lamps light steadily as well as the lamps connected at external dimmers.
The method of
"measure" is the
same for all categories.
First measure "DIMMER max"
 select the menu item "measure / CH options".
 select "measure Dimmer max" > adjust required maximum brightness
then
 select "measure Dimmer min" > adjust required minimum brightness
Dimming can be carried out when the effect is running without a change to the measure
menu.
IF THE UPPER LEVEL IS CHANGED AT THE SAME TIME
THE LOWER LEVEL WILL CHANGE.
DIMmax= 89% min= 55%
speed= 58%
>Preset: candle
>measure/CH options
of candle
r
>measure DIMMER max
>measure DIMMER min
>channel options
55% Dimmer min =
55% of Dimmer max

of candle
>DIMMER max= 89%
upper
brightness limit
(potentiometer)
r
"frozen"
effect
of candle

>DIMMER min= 55%
lower
brightness limit
(rotary encoder)
r
example:
flicker curve "candle" with chosen dimmer values
100%
brightness level
89% max
brightness alternation
55% min
0
time
100%
89% max
brightness level
brightness alternation
0
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stretch or compress curve with (flicker) "speed"
change of "DIMMER min"
will also change name of
preset to: "mod(cand)"
time
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flicker module and its presets
The flicker module generates unsteady flickering brightness alternations.
The flicker signal can be varied in speed, transitions ("ramp"), characteristic (preset) and the
upper and lower brightness limits,
with "DIMMER min" the lower brightness level
will never fall below this value. Also three output channels can be varied.
Using a preset all necessary parameters of the LFXHub are automatically configured except the upper brightness level must be set with the poti "DIMMER max".
All flicker signals have a resolution
of 24/25 samples per second.
The flicker signals of "TV" and "
" are elementary different:
"TV" simulates a lighting effect of a TV set or a movie projector.
The stored TV flicker curves consist of "cuts" (abrupt brightness alternations) and "pans"
(slow brightness alternations). The stored presets in the category "TV" provide different
genres of the "movie".
simulates a lighting effect of a fire, a candle or a welding effect as well as short circuit
effects. The generated signal simulates the brightness alternations of all kinds of fire and
the "malfunction" of electrical devices.
Increase the "speed" of the effect by turning the yellow encoder clockwise, decrease it by
turning "speed" anticlockwise. The value of the speed is read out in percent on the LCD.
TV Presets
 turn "EFFECT" to position "TV" >
the menu is visible as shown to the right
Connected lamps beginn to flicker.
"DIMMER max" should not be set to zero.
DIMmax= 89% min= 55%
speed= 58%
>preset: feat. film
>measure/CH options
TV
The function "ramp" is automatically set to "hard" because the "TV screen" shall change
abruptly pretending to show a "cut".
TV preset
characteristic of the lighting effect
feature film
alternating brightness varies with high contrast
News
longer sections with few changes of brightness followed by
fast variations
fast alternating brightness levels
video clip
individual
preset
mod(feat.f)
mod(news)
mod(vid.cl)
characteristica of the preset
 change of preset:
select "preset "from the meu shown above
> list in next menu level will come up as shown here>
 select desired preset from list with JOG
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flicker module and its presets (contd.)
If one of the relevant encoders have been changed the name of
the reset will change to "mod(xyz)".
These values remain stored in the LFXHub until the values
have been changed again.
DIMmax= 89% min= 55%
speed= 58%
>preset: mod(feat.f)
>measure/CH options
The memory will always be overwritten by the new values and can be recalled in the
menu item list as "my recent setting".
Fire preset
 turn "EFFECT" to position " "
LCD will look as shown to the right
DIMmax= 89% min= 55%
speed= 58%
>preset: candle
>measure/CH options
Connected lamps beginn to flicker.
"DIMMER max" should not de set to zero.
One of the "ramp" stages is automatically selected when a preset has been chosen.
Characteristic of the presets
preset
characteristic
candle
lighting effect of a candle with a light airflow
individual
preset
mod(cand)
fire
looks like a vivid glow of a fireplace
mod(fire)
welding*
hard brightnes alternations, hard transitions,
DIMMER min is set to zero
mod(wel)
 select an other preset:
select a menu item from the preset list
 selcet desired preset with JOG
my recent setting
•candle
fire
welding
* "welding" can also be used as a short-circuit effect, or a
"broken" fluoresecent tube effect using a standard tube with
a magnetic ballast connected at the power output of the LFXHub
These values remain stored in the LFXHub until the values have been changed again.
The memory will always be overwritten by the new values and can be recalled in the
menu item list as "my recent setting".
Ramp - adaptation to bulb inertia
The new "ramp" - function adapts effects to the duration of persistence of various types
of film lighting bulbs.
The timing difference between the moment of
electrical deactivation and the time of a completely
extinguished light depends on the power of the bulb.
Transitions of flicker curves would look different with
the same signal used at different lamp types. The
"Ramp"-feature adapts the flicker curve to the lamp
type.
Even with a standard bulb the lighting effect looks natural!
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flicker module and its presets (contd.)
ramp
blue: hard
> hard transitions
red:
medium > medium transitions
green: soft
> soft transitions
"ramp" can always be changed manually using the push button. The LEDs "hard", "med"
and "soft" will change with every push on the "ramp" button.
If a preset is selected the LFXHub sets "ramp" to the settings stored in a preset.
general features of multi channel lighting effects
The LFXHub always generates a lighting effect with three channels.
If there are no additional external dimmers are used a single channel lighting effect can
be accomplished using the internel dimmer pack of the LFXHub > channel 1.
In this case the white monitor LED for channel 1 is relevant only, visible on the control
panel.
 channel 1 is equivalent to the internal dimmer pack of the LFXHub and is equivalent
to CH 1 of the analog output and/or the to DMX output (requires optional DMX module).
There are many options to control external dimmer packs with the LFXHub.
Thus multi channel capability of the LFXHub effects Lichteffekte für alle Effektkategorien
erzeugt werden.
 additional use of channels 1, 2 and 3 using an external dimmer pack...
 ...via DMX when used with the optional external DMX-TX module
 ... using the analog outputs for dimmer packs providing a control input voltage of
0...+10VDC
DMX-512
0...+10V
 Also use one or both methods if you require a higher output power for CH1
advantage of this method:
+
virtually unlimited output power
+
use dimmer packs which are available
+
Mischung vom internen Dimmerpack des LFXHub, von DMX- und analogen Packs
möglich
+
daisy chain DMX dimmer packs
+
the result of the lighting effect is independed of the used interface
Please find more information about the connection of external dimmer packs in
chapter 13, page 30
Multi channel effects for "fire" and "TV"
Fire effects using three channels makes it possible to generat eextroordinary fire effects
with flickering shadows. The precision flicker curve will delay or invert the output signals
at channels 2 and 3. The value of delay is coupled with the yellow "speed" button.
Three channel TV effects makes it easy to use red, green and blue lights > RGB effects.
Besides the brightness of a TV effect the color of the light will change.
Additionally the channel settings can be adapted to your personal requirements. Configure the channel settings manually within the menu item "CH options" to synchrone, delayed or inverted.
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flicker module and its presets (contd.)
The output channels are automatically configured when a preset is selected.
The table shown below displays the configuration of the output channels.
output setting with according preset
module
preset
CH1
CH2
CH3
feature film
delay
delay
TV
news
delay
delay
video clip
delay
delay
reference
candle
delay*
delay*
Fire
fire
delay
delay
welding
synchrone
synchrone
* set to "sync" when used with software version CHP< 1.15
In order to check the software version of the LFXHub please refer to chapter 7, page 15
Manual configuration of the output channels
controlling LFXHub (Master)
The output channels can be configured manually
via the menu item "CH options" using the jog
shuttle.
The channel settings are valid for the anlog and
DMX outputs.
channels feat. film
CH3: SYNC •delay INV
CH2: SYNC •delay INV
CH1 = reference
r
1. turn "EFFECT" to "fire" or "TV"
2. select menu item "measure / CH options
3. select menu item "channel options" as shown
to the left
definitionen of the channel abbreviations
SYNC signal is synchronously referring channel 1
delay
signal is delayed referring channel 1
INV
signal is invertiert referring channel 1
The channel settings are also stored in the individual preset "my recent setting".
If the channel settings are changed manually the name of the preset changes to
"mod(xyz)" in the LCD´s first level.
We recommend a factory reset when the LFXHub is returned to the rental department.
Please refer to chapter 7, page 14 (factory reset)
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LFXHub as stand-alone dimmer
The LFXHub can be used as stand-alone Dimmer.
All connected lamps light steadily.
application example:
Switched dimmed lighting applications without turn on delay when the dimmed lamp is
switched on or off.
Connect the LFXHub between the power cord of the lamp and the switched power line.
220...240VAC
115 VAC (US version)
 turn "EFFECT" to "DIMMER"
(rotary switch in horizontal position)
DIMMER max= 69%
 adjust desired brightness with DIMMER "max"
>measure DIMMER min
>CH options
Lighting mixer
With an additional dimmer pack is used, e.g. a second LFXHub or an analog or DMX
dimmer pack, it is very simple to accomplish a two channel cross fading lighting mixer.
Use "DIMMER max" of LFXHub 1 to fade lighting situation #1 (connected lamps on
LFXHub 1, CH1) to lighting situation #2 (connected lamps on dimmer 2; CH2 of LFXHub
1).
Instead of a third party second dimmer pack you can use a second LFXHub with a
universal cable.
LFXHub 1
socket "analog OUT" CH2
CH1
3.6 kW/1.5 kW
universal cable (optional available)
DMX-TX
module
DMX Leitung
DIMMER max= 69%
>measure DIMMER min
>CH options
channel settings
CH3:
SYNC •INV
CH2:
SYNC •INV
CH1 = reference
r
invert CH2 via
the menu (•INV)
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analog input (0...10V)
or
CH2
max. power of
dimmer pack
CH3 is not relevant, if nothing is connected at CH3
DMX input
instead of using the internal dimmer pack for CH1 use
an external dimmer pack as shown for CH2
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LFXHub as stand-alone Dimmer (contd.)
LFXHub 2:
"DIMMER max" should be set to 100%.
Use "DIMMER max" of LFXHub 2 to adjust the maximum brightness of this channel.
LFXHub 2 is used as a dimmer pack controlled by LFXHub 1.
LFXHub 1:
cross fading between two lighting situations
CH1
LFXHub 1
CH2
dimmer 2
CH3
dimmer 3
CH1
LFXHub 1
fader
CH2
LED "<5" is flashing,
when "Dimmer max <5%
CH3
dimmer 2
dimmer 3
hint
Cross fading also works great with the external cable remote dimmer (optional available)
connected at LFXHub 1.
Please refer to chapter 14, page 33 (cable remote dimmer controls LFXHub) how to use
the cable remote dimmer.
The cross fader also works with any compatible dimmer pack connected to the LFXHub.
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puls generator and its presets
The puls module generates periodically
lighting alternations.
The signal can be adjusted in speed,
symmetry ("sym"), basic characteristica
(preset) and the upper and lower (for
rectangle only) brightness limits with the
DIMMER. The three output channels can be varied individually.
The selcetion of a preset automatically configures all these parameters; the maximum
brightness must be set by the poti "DIMMER max" manually.
The puls generator signal always starts at zero cross and rising edge of the signal.
Especially when this signal is triggered by an external source e.g. a Lighting- or PowerSensor this feature opens lots of applications.
application example: neon signs, warning lights
Triangle presets
 turn "EFFECT" to position
DIMmax= 89% min= OFF
speed= 17% sym= 99%
>preset: sawtooth
>measure/CH options
Connected lamps begin to flash periodically.
The generated signal dimms up and down (triangle positive or negative sawtooth).
"DIMMER max" should not be set to zero.
The minimum brightness "DIMMER min" in
-mode is automatically set to zero.
LED "=0" is on.
The rotary encoder "DIMMER min" has no function.
Detailed characteristc of one period of a preset is discribed in the list below.
This period will be repeated until the triangle effect is turn off.
Hint
Is one or -more than one- relevant setting changed manually the name of the preset will
change in the multifunctional display to "mod(xyz).
preset
characteristic
preset name when any parameter of an original preset
has been chanegd
sawtooth
slowly increasing brightness within 7 seconds followed by
abrupt darkness (positive sawtooth)
mod(sawtoo)
sym. flasher dimming up and down within five seconds (triangle)
mod(sym.f)
neon signs 1 dimming up within two seconds, then brightness decreases mod(neon 1)
abruptly to zero
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puls generator and its presets (contd.)
influence of the green rotary encoders to the signal
brightness level
encoder "speed" (total duration of one pulse )
symmetry (aspect ratio) here = 50%
100%
0%
0.3 sec. (1%)
time
28 sec. (100%)
time
Turning "speed" clockwise increases the speed, turning anticlockwise decreases the
speed. The value of "speed" is displayed on LCD in percent.
brightness level
encoder "sym" (aspect ratio of of one pulse)
100%
0%
symmetry setting: 1%
time
symmetry setting: 99%
time
Turning "sym" clockwise increases the aspect ratio, turning anticlockwise decreases the
symmetry. The value of "sym" is displayed on LCD in percent.
Please remember: the rotary encoders are dynamically >
slow rotation: slow changes, quick rotation: quick changes.
Decreasing the value of "DIMMER max" flattens the curve seen from the highest level of
the signal.
rectangle presets
 turn "EFFECT" to position
the LCD sould look like the window shown to the right
All connected lamps beginn to flash.
"DIMMER max" should not be set to zero.
DIMmax=100% min= 30%
speed= 63% sym= 70%
>Preset: constr. fl
>measure/CH options
A minimum brightness can be added with "DIMMER min". The value of this lower brighness level defines the intensity of the remaining lighting. The lighing is never completely
turned off.
preset
construction
flasher
turn indicator
neon signs 2
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preset name
due to
change of a
parameter
short flashes; sequenced flashes with three channels can mod(const.)
be performed when additional dimmers are connected at
"analog out" (0,3 seconds flash followed of a 2,5 seconds
break)
mod(turn i)
symmetric flasher as used in a car
lighting effect of a neon sign is 2 sec on then 1 sec off,
mod(neon 2)
minimum brightness is set to 30%
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Puls generator and its presets (contd.)
influence of the green rotary encoders according to the signal
encoder "speed" (total duration of one pulse )
symmetry (aspect ratio) here = 50%
brightness level
100%
DIMMER max
brightness alternation
DIMMER min
remaining brightness
0%
62.5 ms (1%)
time
28 sec.(100%)
time
brightness level
encoder "sym" (aspect ratio of of one pulse)
100%
DIMMER max
brightness alternation
DIMMER min
0%
remaining brightness
time
symmetry= 10%
symmetry= 90%
time
The rectangle puls generator has an extended speed range from 62.5 ms (16 Hz) to 28
seconds. Create strobe light effects by choosing speed to 100%.
Strobelight effects with the rectangle generator
example application: flicker of a movie projektor
The newest software for the LFXHub extends the speed range for the rectangle generator. For that reason strobelight effects with a mximum flicker of 16 Hz are now possible to
generate. The generated "projector flicker" looks great e.g. with KinoFlos´ Parabeam.
Guide to "projector flicker":
only
le channel
use a sing
anually
the menu m
in
ls
e
n
n
a
h
r sync all c
 turn "EFFECT" to position "rectangle"
 choose preset "construction flasher"
 set green knob "speed" to 100%
o
 turn green knob "sym" anti-clockwise > set symmetry to a value of about 20%
 increase "Dimmer min" slowly unitl the flicker effect gets the required exposure
All ever sold LFXHubs can be upgraded with this new feature by software upload.
multi channel effects with triangle and rectangle signals
Please read general information about multi-channel effects an page 22.
Two channel or three channel lighting effects require additional external dimmer packs.
Please connect either DMX or analog dimmer packs or simply link one or two additional
LFXHubs to the "master" LFXHub.
Generate a virtually unlimited number of variations of neon signs and flashers with
changing colors or a three channel construction flasher as a three channel sequenzer.
As already explained concerning the flicker presets the channels can be configured individually to synchrone, inverted or delayed in the menu "CH options".
 Please find more information how to connect dimmer packs > chapter 13, page 30
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Puls generator and its presets (contd.)
The output channels are automatically configured when a preset is chosen.
channel configuration of PULS presets
module
preset
CH1
CH2
CH3
sawtooth
delay
delay
sym. flasher
INV
INV
neon signs 1
delay
delay
reference
contruction flasher
delay
delay
turn indicator
SYNC
INV
neon signs 2
SYNC
INV
neon signs 2
The combination of the three output channels and the settings of speed and symmetry
provides a virtually unlimited number of neon sign lighting effects.
The channel configuration can be reset using the factory reset feature.
Please refer to chapter 7, page 14 (factory reset)
Manual configuration of the output channels
for triangle and rectangle signals
The output channels can be configured manually
with the menu item "CH options" using the jog
shuttle.
The channel settings are valid for the anlog and
DMX outputs.
channels mod(sawtoo)
CH3: SYNC •delay INV
CH2: SYNC •delay INV
CH1 = reference
r
1. turn "EFFECT" to
or
2. choose "measure / CH options"
3. choose "channel options"
4 . select the desired configuration with the JOG
definitionen of the channel abbreviations
SYNC signal is synchronously referring to channel 1
delay
signal is delayed referring to channel 1
INV
signal is invertiert referring to channel 1
For each puls category there is one individual memory space (1x for "triangle" and 1x
for "rectangle") available. The individual memory space stores the parameters of speed,
symmetry, Dimmer min and the output channel settings.
If a channel setting is changed manually the name of the preset will change to
"mod(xyz)".
The hardware connection procedure is the same as used for flicker multi channel LFX.
please refer to page 22, chapter 10 (flicker module and its presets)
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connecting external dimmer packs / power extension
The LFXHub can control numerous external dimmers.
connectivity options of dimmer packs:
A
B
C
D
control analog dimmer packs (with 0 to +10 VDC control input)
control DMX dimmer packs (DMX-512)
control fluorescent tubes using an ECG/EB (electronic ballast)
control KinoFlo / Softlights / Photo Beard and other fixtures




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E
control several LFXHubs as dimmer packs
see below
please consider
• The poti "DIMMER max." is the master dimmer for each
output channel.
• The signals can also be modified using the menu
"channel options" of the LFXHub.
movie-intercom does not guarantee any function with third party devices.
E: control several LFXHubs as dimmer packs
required equipment:
one or two additional LFXHubs
one or two universal cables (order code: unic)
advantage:
seperate dimming of channels 2 and 3
controlling LFXHub (master)
analog
control outputs
CH2
channel 1
CH3
max. 3.6kW
max. 1.5 kW (US Version)
2x universal cable
At both (slave-) LFXHubs
"EFFECT" must be set to
"analog IN",
the orange LED is on.
channel 2
LFXHub 2
max. 3.6kW
max. 1.5 kW (US Version)
"DIMMER max" at each
slave can be set to a different value. Dimmer max will
never be higher than the
value of the master.
ext. LFXHub controls
LFXHub-Dimmer direct.
Use
DIMMER max = 100%
channel 3
LFXHub 3
max. 3.6kW
max. 1.5 kW (US Version)
analog INPUT
Display of a "slave" LFXHub if
linked with the universal cable
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control analog dimmer packs
The LFXHub can control up to three additional dimmer packs at the analog outputs
CH1, CH2 and CH3.
Connect the external dimmer pack using a Neutrik NC6MX connector at the LFXHub.
The connector is available at http://www.neutrik.com. Required connector type: NC6MX
Each analog output channel supports one or more dimmer packs using the
SL10 industry standard (0...+10VDC). Maximum output current: 15 mA / channel
please consider:
• The poti "DIMMER max." is the master dimmer for each
output channel.
• The signals can also be modified using the menu
"channel options" of the LFXHub.
movie-intercom does not guarantee any function with third party dimmer packs.
The pin assignments of all output jacks are identical.
CH1
The control signal at "analog
OUT" CH1 is the same as at
the internal dimmer pack of
the LFXHub
CH2
CH3
LFXHub right side view
socket "analog OUT" CH1, CH2 and CH3 at LFXHub
The pin assignment is (badly) visible on the socket.
dimmed output signal at "analog OUT"
Pin 6: ground
Pin 1: 0...+10VDC
CAUTION! Please only use the pins
discribed above, otherwise malfunction might occur!
Hint
Ground pins of all three output sockets are linked
with each other internally.
socket to plug in
Neutrik NC6MX
0...10VDC
0V / ground
INPUT
Power OUT
dimmer pack
max. power
of the dimmer pack
due to SL 10 industry standard
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control DMX dimmer packs
In order to control DMX dimmer packs the optional available DMX-TX module must be
connected. The DMX-TX module is an optional available accessory for the LFXHub.
DMX-TX module
Please consider:
• The poti "DIMMER max."
controls every channel of the
LFXHub
• additionally the output signals
can be configured using the
channel setup menu of each
preset
movie-intercom does not guarantee any
function with third party devices.
output for DMX-512
status indicator for DMX
receiver
connector
5-pin XLRsocket
connect at socket "DMX IN/OUT" of the LFXHub
behind protector shield
Each DMX-address (ID) can be setup within the LCD using the JOG of the LFXHub.
The DMX-TX module supports up to six different DMX-IDs.
The channels 1, 2 and 3 transmitts to different DMX-IDs. It means channel 1 will transmitt DMX-ID 001 and 004 at the same time as shown in the menu below.
If the rotary switch "EFFECT" is on position "DMX IN/OUT" no lamp will be on.
DMX-line
DMX
dimmer
DMX-TX module


DMX menu
setup of the DMX IDs at the LFXHub
CH1= 001 and 004
CH2= 002 and 005
CH3= 003 and 006
»change DMX-ID
The menu shown above is only visible if the external DMX-TX module is connected.
For further information about the DMX-TX module please refer to the user manual of the
DMX module.
All user manuals are available at
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control fluorescent tubes using an electronic ballast
The analog outputs (CH1, CH2 and CH3) of the LFXHub can control devices which are compliant to the
SL10 industry standard (0...+10VDC).
Therefore usual fluorescent tubes equipped with an electronic control gear (ECG/EB) can be dimmed with
the LFXHub. In order to achieve this control feature please replace the "magnetic" ballast with an electronic
ballast. EBs´(ECGs´) are available at you local electric supplier.
Please find more information about ECGs from Osram here: http://www.osram.com/osram_com/Professionals/index.html.
LFXHub analog outputs 0...10VDC (max. 15mA / channel)
CH1 The control signal at "analog OUT"
CH1 is the same as at the internal
dimmer pack of the LFXHub
CH2
movie-intercom does not guarantee any
function with third party devices.
CH3
There is at least one EB/ECG required for every channel.
Most ECGs are "flickerfree" (please refer to the data sheet of the ECG).
important notice:
• "DIMMER max. will control all output channels at the same time.
• additionally the signal sequence of the output channels can be individually modified
using the menue item "CH options".
• Due to its physical properties a fluorescent tube can never be dimmed down to zero.
• max. connection of six EBs for each output channel of the LFXHub
• Please consider that EBs have a turn-on and turn-off delay therefore it is not advisable for
use with switched circuits.
socket "analog OUT"
CH1, CH2 and CH3
dimmed output signal
Pin 6: ground
Pin 1: 0...+10VDC
Do not use any other pin!
Otherwise this may result in malfunction
of the LFXHub!
tube
The connector is available at
http://www.neutrik.com.
required connector type: NC6MX
220-240VAC
0...10VDC
0V / ground
control input
1-10VDC
ECG
tube
connection
Saftey instructions of the manufacturer must be fullfilled!
Wiring must be accomplished by authorized stuff only!
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control KinoFlo / Softlights and other fixtures
The LFXHub is perfectly fine to control some KinoFlo fixtures or Softlights T5 fixtures.
Create stunning fire effects or TV effects using these tubes/ballasts.
compatible fixtures:
applications:
DivaLite 200/400, ParaBeam 200/400, ParaZip 200/400, Softlights T5 series
Only these fixtures are dimmable from 5 to 100%.
- remotely controllable from the LFXHub, create lighting effects of fire, TV or any
- daisy chain when used with DMX
control options
DMX control
analog control
Power OUT
LFXHub
DMX-TX
module
DMX IN/OUT
analog OUT
analog IN
CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
KinoFlo:
Diva-Lite 200/400
DMX line
select an arbitrary
channel
optional
KinoFlo control cable
order code: kflo
REMOTE DIM
DMX
IN
KinoFlo:
ParaBeam 200/400
OUT
DMX
IN
REMOTE DIM
KinoFlo:
ParaZip 200/400
OUT
DMX
terminate at end of
DMX line with switch
IN
OUT
REMOTE DIM
IMPORTANT NOTE
Analog control will result in
an undesirable "smooth"
effect when used with a
Parabeam or ParaZip and
analog control.
If possible prefer DMX
control.
Softlights
T5 series
models 400 support two DMX channels.
Set switch "DMX DIM CHANNELS" to "4"
for two channel mode (CH 2 of fixture is automatically set to the selected channel +1), set to
"2" for single channel mode.
DMX address of LFXHub must match to
DMX address of the KinoFlo fixture.
Please allocate the DMX addresses of the
LFXHub within the "DMX IN/OUT" menu.
Manufacturer links
• KinoFlo fixtures under http://www.kinoflo.com
• Softlights T5 under http://www.softlights.com
movie-intercom does not guarantee any
function with third party devices.
important notice:
• "DIMMER max. will control all output channels at the same time.
• additionally the signal sequence of the output channels can be individually modified
using the menu item "CH options".
• Due to its physical properties a fluorescent tube can never be dimmed down to zero.
• max. connection of six fixtures for each output channel of the LFXHub when used with analog control
• Please consider that all fluorescent tube ballasts have a turn-on and turn-off delay therefore it
is not advisable for use with switched circuits.
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control KinoFlo / Softlights and other fixtures
compatible fluoroscent tubes, dimmable with the LFXHub.
input
fixture
manufacturer
preferred conrol with the LFXHub
DMX analog
DivaLite 200/400
ParaBeam 200/400
ParaZip 200/400
T5 classic
T5 BIG ONE
T5 small
T5 medium
T5 long one
Highlight 110
Highlight 220
Highlight 330
Highlight 440
Radiant 170
Lumapanel
KinoFlo
Softlights
Photon Beard
-
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
-
control via REMOTE DIM only >
use KinoFlo control cable (order code: kflo)
DMX, analog control using the REMOTE
DIM input will result in an undesirable
"smooth" effect.
DMX,
at fixture turn dimmer level to zero for control with the LFXHub
must have DMX option installed,
at fixture turn dimmer level to zero for control with the LFXHub
DMX
Lumapanel
If you are viewing the PDF version of this manual please click on fixture name to get online information
The table shown below contains lamps using the "switched DMX mode".
It means a tube is switched on at a certain dim level.
Turn switch of lamp to "fixture" mode for DMX control.
E.g. with a 4 Bank balast tube #1 is on from 12 % dim level, tube #1 and #2 are on from
37% dim level, lamp #1-3: 64 %, all lamps from 84% dim level. For detailed information
how to set up the DMX addresses please refer to the corresponding user manual.
compatible fluoros, switchable with the LFXHub via DMX:
fixture
manufacturer
mode
perfect for effects of the LFXHub...
4Bank DMX Ballast
VistaBeam 300/600 KinoFlo
Image 85/45
DMX switched flasher, sequenzer, neon sign FX, ...
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optional modules for the LFXHub using "analog IN" - general
Optional modules can be connected at the analog input of the LFXHub. This feature will
extend the functionality of the LFXHub. All connected modules are automatically identified by the LFXHub. The menu will change according to the connetcted device.
Is "EFFECT" on position "analog IN" information about the connected
shown on the LCD.

turn "EFFECT" to position
"analog IN"
LFX Tool is
Please connect LFX
tool to "analog IN"
on your left hand
side!

If there is no LFX tool connected
"analog IN",
the orange LED is flashing

Each movie-intercom LFX tool connected at "analog IN" is
automatically recognized by the LFXHub. Depending on the
connected module suitable functions are initialised in the
LFXHub.
connection of external LFX Tools at "analog IN"
extendable with the
universal cable
to socket
"analog IN"
or
PowerSensor
> page 36
LightingSensor
> page 36
cable remote dimmer
for detailed information about the
Lighting sensor, Power sensor or
LightningFX trigger module please
refer to the corresponding user
manual.
> page 37
LightningFX trigger module
> page 38
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optional modules for the LFXHub using "analog IN" - sensors
The LightingSensor with optical detection or the PowerSensor with electrical detection
can activate or deactivate every function the LFXHub can generate.
Linking a sensor with the LFXHub makes it easy to create actor-controlled lighting.
A connected sensor at the analog input of the LFXHub is automatically identified.
LightingSensor or PowerSensor controls LFXHub
 With an active control signal of a sensor (the white LED "active" is turned on at the
sensor) the LFXHub activates an arbitrary function.
 With an inaktive control signal of a sensor (the white LED "active" is off at the
sensor) all lamps connected at the LFXHub are switched off.
LightingSensor
PowerSensor
or
The rotary switch "EFFECT" is
in position "analog IN".
If a LightingSensor or PowerSensor is connected at "analog IN" the
menu looks like this:
LFXSensor activates
LFXHub with function:
flicker TV
»change function
»change function:
flicker •TV
fire
dimmer
»help
puls /\/\
r
Please choose the function which shall be activated with an "active" signal of the sensor.
application example 1:
The actress turns on a lamp on the sideboard using the original switch in
the power cord of the practical.
The PowerSensor attached to the lamp power cord monitors the change in current and
activates the film lighting connected to the LFXHub.
Additionally the intensity of the connected film lighting can be dimmed using "DIMMER
max".
application example 2:
An actor blows out a candle flame and, via the LightingSensor, thus deacti
vatesthe flicker preset "candle" generated by the LFXHub.
That´s the way it works great:
 turn "EFFECT" to "flicker fire"
 create a "candle" effect with a preset or your individual setting
The sensor always activates the recently used setting of the selected flicker
category, puls module or stand-alone dimmer module.
 turn back "EFFECT" to position "analog IN"
 select the desired function (in the example above: "flicker fire" with a candle preset)
Alternatively the setting of "speed", "sym", "DIMMER max.", "DIMMER min" and "ramp"
can also be changed when the sensor sends an active signal.
Channel settings of a category must be set prior turning back the rotary switch "EFFECT" to position "analog IN".
User manuals of all LightingFX Tools are available at
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optional modules for the LFXHub using "analog IN" - ext. dimmer
Cable remote dimmer controls LFXHub
The (optional available) cable remote dimmer (order code: crdi) controls "DIMMER max"
of the LFXHub. It is automatically identified by the LFXHub, no set-up ist required.
The cable remote dimmer resumes the control of the built-in poti "DIMMER max." of the
LFXHub.


remote dimmer
cable length: 3.5 m
 "EFFECT" to "analog IN"
 information about the
connected device
ext. hand dimmer
is now DIMMER max
for this LFXHub!
>> internal knob=OFF
The function of the cable remote dimmer is independend of the position of the rotary switch "EFFECT".
As long as the cable remote dimmer is connected to "analog IN"
the orange LED "analog IN" is steadily on.
The cable of the remote dimmer can be extended with max. two universal cables.
The selected value of the remote dimmer´s "DIMMER max." is displayed digitally
on LCD.
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optional modules for the LFXHub using "analog IN" - trigger module
LightningFX trigger module controls LFXHub
The lightningFX module is an optional available plug & play extension for the LFXHub.
With the lightningFX application you can generate realistic looking lighting effects of ...
• a lightning effect of a thunderstorm ...
• a moving lightning effect of a thunderstorm using three different channels ...
• a single flash of a photo camera or an explosion flash...
• many irregular flashes of photo cameras made by some journalists or explosions from
different directions ...
...using conventional HMI(s) up to 18 kW with attached DMX controlled
dimmer-shutter(s), mounted instead of the barndoor of the lamp.
The trigger module is automatically identified by the LFXHub. Menu will change as
shown belowwhen plugged in.
The LightningFX app requires a software upgrade of the LFXHub.
Please refer to the user manual of the lightningFX trigger module for detailed
information > http://www.movie-inter.com/en/support/downloads/index.html


LightningFX trigger module
DIM min=100% min=off
speed= 70%
»help
»preset: lightningX
»measure/CH delay
equipment of movie-intercom
connect the DMX-TX module at the
LFXHub´s socket "DMX IN/OUT"
DMX-TX module
DMX -cable 5 pin
splitbox /
power supply
mains power
data/power
cable 4 pin
CH1
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CH2
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optional DMX module
DMX-512
With the optional available DMX-TX module you can...

control an unlimited number of DMX dimmer packs, DMX controlled dimmer-shutters or any DMX-512 compatible device.
The external DMX module will be plugged into the "DMX IN/OUT" socket of the LFXHub.
If "EFFECT" is in position "DMX IN/OUT" information about the connected device
is displayed, the DMX adresses can be configured.
In this position of "EFFECT" all output signal are set to zero, all connected lamps are off.

turn "EFFECT" to position
"DMX IN/OUT"

If no LFX tool is connected at
"DMX IN/OUT":
> the green LED is flashing

when DMX-TX module is
plugged in >
Please connect DMX
module to"DMX IN/OUT"
on your left hand
side!
CH1= 001 and 004
CH2= 002 and 005
CH3= 003 and 006
»change DMX-TX-ID
connection of the external DMX module at "DMX IN/OUT"
DMX module
OUT
Please find further information about DMX on page 32, chapter 13B "control DMX dimmer packs".
For detailed information please refer to the user manual delivered with the DMX module
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optional radio module
With the optional available radio module you can...
5
 switch on/off and dim every function of the LFXHub wirelessly.
 update the software of the LFXHub wirelessly (requires additional hardware)
If "EFFECT" is in position "
" information about the connected device is displayed.

turn "EFFECT" to position"

If no LFX tool is connected at
"DMX IN/OUT":
the blue LED is flashing >
"
Please connect radio
module to"DMX IN/OUT"
on your left hand
side!
connection of the external radio module at "DMX IN/OUT"
radio module
radio
transmitter
For detailed information please refer to the user manual delivered with the radio module.
The radio module is currently under construction
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software update of the LFXHub
The functionality of the LFXHub is based upon software.
Additional software can be installed to the LFXHub to extend the functionality e.g....
 language packets
 functions with new features (e.g. DMX)
The required software will be send as a CD or will be send to you by e-mail.
It is not necessary to send the LFXHub to movie-intercom to the install software.
system requirements
 data cable for the LFXHub (optional available)
 PC with Windows 95 / 98 / 2000 / XP and serial interface (COM-port)
installation procedure
1. remove all external components from the LFXHub and disconnnect loads
of "POWER OUT".
2. Plug in the data cable in socket "DMXIN/OUT" and
connect the SUB-D plug of the data cable to a COM-port of the PC.
3. Connect the LFXHub with the power plug to stable 230 V /50 Hz
power network.
4. turn the rotary switch "EFFECT" to position "radio"
5. launch your PC and double click the EXE-database received
from movie-intercom and follow the instructions.
Please be aware:
The power of your PC and the power of the LFXHub must not be
interruped during the installation process.
connection of PC data cable (order code: pcda) at "DMX IN/OUT"
data cable

For detailed installation instructions please refer to the user manual delivered with the
software update / upgrade.
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trouble shooting / maintenance
Possible problems using the LFXHub might be solved here.
Basic conditions for operation
1. The LFXHub, especially the power cord, has no damages.
2. The operation voltage of the LFXHub is 220 - 240 VAC /50 Hz or is 115 VAC / 60Hz for the US model
2. The built-in main fuse is turn on.
4. The mutlifunctional display of the powerded LFXHub is illuminated independend
of the position of "EFFECT".
In case of a malfunction the internal fuse of the power supply could have been triggered. This internal fuse
is self resetting. Please wait 10 minutes and try again. Do not open the the LFXHub, it is not necessary.
symptom
A connected lamp does
not work
possible fault
The power network has no power.
Is the LCD illimunation on?
solution
use powered mains socket
flicker effect looks bad
The switch of the connected lamp is turned off
the connected lamp is inoperative
the value of "DIMMER max" is too low
the value of "DIMMER min." is too high
turn it on
change lamp
increase"Dimmer max"
decrease "DIMMER min."
LFXHub is in measurement mode
puls effect looks bad
the value of "DIMMER max" is too low
the value of "sym" is too high
device does not work al- Did you use the LFXHub in wet environment?
though all settings are
Humiditymight be to strong inside the LFXHub.
correct
at first determine "DIMMER
max", then "DIMMER min"
go back to the top level menu
using "return" in the menu with
the JOG
increase"Dimmer max"
decrease "sym"
Leave the LFXhub dehumidify
at a warm and dry place for at
least one hour.
If you have a problem which can not be solved by this manual, please disconnect the LFXHub from
the mains and contact movie-intercom.
cleaning the unit
ONLY clean the unit when disconnected completely from mains!
Use a clean slightly wet cloth. After that basic cleaning use a cloth dipped in spirit for the transparent lid to
clean.
disposal
In order to avoid any possible effects resulting from the disposal of electrical an elecronic
equipment containing substances damaging the environment and human health, the European
Parliament and Council directives
2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) and
2002/95/EC on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS) have been transferred into national law in all EU member states.
The product you have purchased was developed in line with the current state of the art in an environmentally friendly manner and with the view of recycling.
The product is labelled with the symbol illustrated above. If you wish to dispose this product, this symbol
obliges you to do so separately from industrial sorted waste.
Waste equipment should be shipped to movie-intercom. We will dispose the waste for you.
Electrical equipment does not belong in regular waste.
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specifications
basics
power supply
operating temperature
protection level with closed lid
dimensions (l x b x h) excluding
power cable
weight
internal dimmer pack
max. output power
peak output current
upper dimmer level range (max)
lower dimmer level range (min)
order code: lfxhs
order code: lfxhc
order code: lfxhu
schuko version
CEE version (UK)
NEMA (US version)
220-240 VAC / 50 Hz
115VAC/60Hz
-20°C ...70°C (-4°F ... 158°F)
IP22
360 x 170 x 120 mm (14.1" x 6.7" x 4.8")
5,1 kg
5,0 kg (11 pounds)
=CH 1
3600 W @ 230VAC
1500 W @ 115VAC
250 A for 10ms
0...100%
0...99%
interfaces
analog OUT
3x: CH 1, CH 2, CH 3
according to industrial standard SL10
0...10V DC each channel, short-circuit proof
output configuration
synchronous, delayed, inverse opposite CH1
individual selection per channel
analog IN
0...10V DC
connected LFX Tool is automatically identified
DMX OUT
requires optional available DMX-TX module
DMX channels
3 channels + 3 channels mirrored, each with other DMX address
DMX address of LFXHub per channel
1 ... 512
stored presets
resolution of every preset
flicker generator
TV category
fire category
24/25 samples per second
presets: feature film, news, video clip
+ individual memory for "my recent setting"
presets: fire, candle, welding
+ individual memory for "my recent setting"
puls generator
rectangle category
presets:: sawtooth, sym. flasher, neon lights 1
+ individual memory for "my recent setting"
presets:: construction flasher, turn indikator, neon lights 2
+ individual memory for "my recent setting"
manual settings rectangle / triangle
speed range
symmetry
for triangle 0,3...28 seconds, for rectangle 67.5 ms...28 seconds
ti=1...99%
triangle category
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address / support
Do not hesitate to contact movie-intercom.
We are looking forward to support you!
postal address
movie-intercom
Wegenerstr. 4
10713 Berlin
Germany

phone 24h / 7 days
+49 (0)30 - 22 32 05 75

fax
+49 (0)30 - 22 32 05 71

e-mail
[email protected]
@
web
http://www.movie-inter.com
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N
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
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Index
B
O
C
P
D
Q
E
R
F
S
G
T
H
U
I
V
J
W
K
X
L
Y
M
Z
"broken" fluoro effect 21
"frozen" lighting effect >measuring feature 19
accessories 7, 32, 36, 37, 38
adaptate flicker curve with ramp 21
analog dimmer packs 31
connect
analog outputs 8, 22, 24, 29, 31, 33
brightness limits 19
bulb inertia adaptation > ramp 21
calibration of brightness limits 19
candle preset 19, 21
channel options 23, 25
output construction flasher preset 27
contact to movie-intercom 42
controls overview 8
curves 19, 20, 26
Flickerdelay 23, 29
channel setting
Dimmer max 17, 18, 19
Dimmer min 18, 19
dimmer pack 30
connect external display test 14
DMX 32, 37
- module, -protocoll
EFFECT 8
rotary switch
electronic ballast for fluoros 33
factory reset 14
feature film preset 20
filters for lamps 7
fire preset 20
first operation 16
flash effects with the trigger module 38
flicker module 5, 20
flickering shadows 22, 28
fluorescent tubes 33, 34
connect-, compatible fixtures
fuse 8
main hard 21
help 18
HMI, HQI 4
identity 15
incremental encoder 16
indicators overview 8
individual preset 21, 27
INV 29
jog shuttle (JOG) 9
KinoFlo connect- 34
language selection 14
LCD 8
LEDs 8
lighting mixer 24
LightingSensor 31, 32
lightningFX trigger module
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lower brightness limit 18, 19
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master dimmer 17, 18, 19
measuring feature 19
medium 21
menu structure 11
monitor LEDs 8
mutli channel effects 22, 28
mutlifunctional display 8
my recent setting 29
neon light effect 27
news preset 20
operation voltage 41
optionale modules 6, 7
output overview 41
output power 41
pin settings 30
poti 16
power output 8
PowerSensor 32
presets 26
projector flicker effect
puls 26
of output channels
radio module 38
rain 4
ramp 21
rectangle 27
remote dimmer 33
reproduce lighting effect 17
rotary encoder 16
safety first 4
sawtooth preset 26
serial number 15
short circuit effect 20
soft 21
software 39
stand-alone dimmer 24
strobe light effects 28
support 44
symbols in this handbook 7
SYNC 29
synchronization 31
tungsten lighting 4
turn indicator preset 27
TV- preset 20
universal cable 7, 22, 28
Update, Upgrade 39
upper brightness limit 18
video clip 20
welding effect 20
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