User Instructions

User Instructions
User Instructions
CONTENTS
1. Safety Instructions ............................................................................................................................ 2
2. Technical Specifications .................................................................................................................... 4
3. Control Panel .................................................................................................................................... 5
4. How to set the fixture ...................................................................................................................... 6
4.1 Menu .............................................................................................................................................. 6 4.2 Offset Adjust ................................................................................................................................. 10 5. Control by DMX 512 controller ...................................................................................................... 12
5.1 DMX Connection .......................................................................................................................... 12 5.2 DMX Address Setting .................................................................................................................... 12 5.3 DMX Configuration ....................................................................................................................... 13 6. Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................. 26
7. Fixture Cleaning ............................................................................................................................. 27
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1. Safety Instructions
Please read carefully the instruction, which includes important information about the installation, usage and maintenance. WARNING
 Please keep this User Guide for future consultation. If you sell the unit to another user, be sure that they also receive this instruction booklet.  Unpack and check carefully there is no transportation damage before using the unit.  Before operating, ensure that the voltage and frequency of power supply match the power requirements of the unit.  It’s important to ground the yellow/green conductor to earth in order to avoid electric shock.  The unit is for indoor use only. Use only in a dry location.  The unit must be installed in a location with adequate ventilation, at least 50cm from adjacent surfaces. Be sure that no ventilation slots are blocked.  Disconnect main power before replacement or servicing.  Make sure there are no flammable materials close to the unit while operating as it is fire hazard.  Use safety cable when fixes this unit. DO NOT handle the unit by taking its head only, but always by taking its base.  Maximum ambient temperature is Ta: 40℃. DO NOT operate it where the temperature is higher than this.  Unit surface temperature may reach up to 75℃. DO NOT touch the housing bare‐hand during its operation. Turn off the power and allow about 15 minutes for the unit to cool down before replacing or serving.  In the event of serious operating problem, stop using the unit immediately. Never try to repair the unit by yourself. Repairs carried out by unskilled people can lead to damage or malfunction. Please contact the nearest authorized technical assistance center. Always use the same type spare parts.  DO NOT touch any wire during operation as high voltage might be causing electric shock. 2
Warning:  To prevent or reduce the risk of electrical shock or fire, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.  DO NOT open the unit within five minutes after switching off.  The housing, the lenses, or the ultraviolet filter must be replaced if they are visibly damaged. Caution: There are no user serviceable parts inside the unit. DO NOT open the housing or attempt any repairs yourself. In the unlikely event your unit may require service, please contact your nearest dealer. Installation: The unit is fully operational in three different mounting positions, hanging upside‐down from a ceiling or set on a flat level surface. To avoid internal damage to the unit, never mount the unit on its side as illustrated above. Be sure this fixture is kept at least 0.5m away from any flammable materials (decoration etc.). Always use and install the supplied safety cable as a safety measure to prevent accidental damage and/or injury in the event the clamp fails. 3
1. Bolt each clamp to the Omega holder with screw and lock nut through the hole in the holder.
2. Faster the omega holders on the bottom of the base by inserting quick‐lock fasteners into the
holes of the base and tighten fully clockwise. 3. Hang the fixture to the support through clamp and faster the screws, Faster the safety cable
through the bottom of the base and over the support. 2. Technical Specifications
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DMX Channels: 15/17 channels mode
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LCD display for easy navigation
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Perfect for stage, theatre, TV studio, rental and discotheques
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Voltage:
AC 100~240V, 50/60Hz 
Power consumption:
199W 
LED:
OSRAM SIRIUS HRI 100W 
Fuse:
T5 Amp 
Power Cord Daisy Chain: 8 Fixtures(120V/60Hz); 16 Fixtures(230V/50Hz) 
Beam Angle:
3 Degree 
Dimension:
279 x 225 x 387mm 
Weight:
9.2Kgs 4
3. Control Panel
1. Button:
MENU To select the programming functions DOWN To go forward in the selected functions UP To go backward in the selected functions ENTER To confirm the selected functions 2. Microphone: To receive music for sound active;
3. LED:
POWER On Power On DMX On DMX input present 4. Function Display: Used to show the various menus and the selected function;
5. IR Receiver: To receive the IR signal;
6. Fuse: Protects the unit from over‐voltage or short circuit;
7. Power In/out: Used to connect to supply power.
8. DMX In/out: Water proof cable with 3‐pin XLR connectors for DMX 512 operation;
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4. How to set the fixture
4.1 Menu To select any of the given functions, press the MENU button up to when the required one is showing on the display. Select the function by the ENTER button and the display will blink. Use the DOWN and UP button to change the mode. Once the required mode has been selected, press the ENTER button to setup, to go back to the functions without any change press the MENU button again. Hold and press the MENU button about one second or wait for one minute to exit the menu mode. The main functions are showing below: 6
DMX Address Press the MENU button up to when the DMX Address is shown on the display. Pressing ENTER button and the display will blink. Use DOWN and UP button to change the value. Once the address has been selected, press ENTER button to setup or automatically exit menu mode without any change after 10 seconds. Back to the previous functions without any change press MENU button. 7
Channel Mode Press the MENU button up to when the Channel Mode is shown on the display. Pressing the ENTER button. Use DOWN and UP button to select the 15 Chan or 17 Chan mode. Once select, press the ENTER button to setup or automatically exit menu mode without any change after 10 seconds. To go back to the functions without any change press the MENU button. Show Mode Press the MENU button up to when the Show Mode is shown on the display. Pressing the ENTER button. Use DOWN and UP button to select the Show 1, Show 2, Show 3 or Show 4 mode. Once select, press the ENTER button to setup or automatically exit menu mode without any change after 10 seconds. To go back to the functions without any change press the MENU button. Slave Mode Press the MENU button up to when the Slave Mode is shown on the display. Pressing the ENTER button. Use DOWN and UP button to select the Master, Slave 1 or Slave 2. Once select, press the ENTER button to setup or automatically exit menu mode without any change after 10 seconds. To go back to the functions without any change press the MENU button. DMX Last State Press the MENU button up to when the DMX Last State is shown on the display. Press the ENTER button, use DOWN and UP button to select the Master Slave, Blackout or Last State. Once select, press ENTER button to store or automatically exit menu mode without any change after 10 seconds. To go back to the functions without any change press the MENU button. Sound State Press the MENU button up to when the Sound State is shown on the display. Pressing ENTER button, Use DOWN and UP button to select the On or Off. Once select, press ENTER button to setup or automatically exit menu mode without any change after 10 seconds. To go back to the functions without any change press the MENU button. Sound Sense Press the MENU button to show Sound Sense on the display. Press the ENTER button and the display will blink. Use the DOWN and UP button to adjust the value from 0 to 100, press the ENTER button to setup, to go back to the functions without any change press the MENU button again. Hold and press the MENU button about one second or wait for one minute to exit the menu 8
mode. Pan Invert Press the MENU button until Pan Invert is showing on the display. Pressing the ENTER button and the display will blink. Use the DOWN and UP button to select the No or Yes, press the ENTER button to confirm or automatically return to the main functions without any change after 8 seconds. To go back to the functions without any change press the MENU button again. Tilt Invert Press the MENU button until Tilt Invert is showing on the display. Pressing the ENTER button and the display will blink. Use the DOWN and UP button to select the No or Yes, press the ENTER button to confirm or automatically return to the main functions without any change after 8 seconds. To go back to the functions without any change press the MENU button again. Back Light Press the MENU button until Back Light is showing on the display. Pressing the ENTER button and the display will blink. Use the DOWN and UP button to select the Off or On, press the ENTER button to confirm or automatically return to the main functions without any change after 8 seconds. To go back to the functions without any change press the MENU button again. Auto Test Press the MENU button up to when the Auto Test is blinking on the display. Press the ENTER button and the unit will run the built‐in programmer for self‐test. To go back to the functions press the MENU button. Fixture Time Press the MENU button up to when the Fixture Time is blinking on the display. Press the ENTER button and the display will show the number of working hours of the unit. To go back to the functions press the MENU button. Lamp Time Press the MENU button up to when the Lamp Time is blinking on the display. Press the ENTER button and the display will show the number of working hours of the lamp. Press the ENTER buton and use the DOWN and UP button to select the Exit or Reset Time. To go back to the functions press the MENU button. Lamp On 9
Press the MENU button until Lamp On is showing on the display. Pressing the ENTER button and the display will blink. Use the DOWN and UP button to select the Off or On, press the ENTER button to confirm or automatically return to the main functions without any change after 8 seconds. To go back to the functions without any change press the MENU button again. Lamp Power On Press the MENU button until Lamp Power On is showing on the display. Pressing the ENTER button and the display will blink. Use the DOWN and UP button to select the Off or On, press the ENTER button to confirm or automatically return to the main functions without any change after 8 seconds. To go back to the functions without any change press the MENU button again. Firmware version Press the MENU button up to when the Firmware Version is blinking on the display. Press the ENTER button and the display will show the version of software of the unit. To go back to the functions press the MENU button. Factory Restore Press the MENU button up to when the Factory Restore is blinking on the display. Use the DOWN and UP button to select the No or Yes, press the ENTER button to confirm or automatically return to the main functions without any change after 8 seconds. Press the ENTER button and the fixture back to factory settings. Reset Press the MENU button up to when the Reset is blinking on the display. Press the ENTER button and all the motors will back to their home position. 4.2 Offset Adjust Press the MENU button for at least 3 seconds then press the ENTER button for at least 5 seconds into offset mode to adjust the home position for the motors. Use Up and Down button to adjust the value, press the ENTER button to setup. Back to the functions without any change press MENU button. 10
5. Control by IR controller
IR controller (sold separately) Full ON Strobe 1 4 7 Sound On Fade/Gobo Color 2 5 8 Show 0 Stand by Dimmer + Dimmer ‐ 3 6 9 Sound Off The IR controller only can be used under Master mode and the key values won't be saved when power off. Stand by: Press the button to blackout the unit. It is invalid to press the other buttons when entry the Standby status; And it will return to the original state when exit the Standby status. Full ON: Press the button can force to show white light, and it will return to the original state when release the button. Strobe: Press the button can make the fixture strobe synchronous, asynchronous or sound control. Gobo: Press the button to entry the Gobo mode, press the figure buttons to choose the gobo. Color: Press the button to entry the Color mode, press the figure buttonss to choose the color. 11
Dimmer + / Dimmer ‐ : Use these buttons to adjust the output intensity. Sound On/Off: Open/Close the sound control. Show 0: Press this button to entry the Show mode, press button 1 to 4 to change the Show. 6. Control by DMX 512 controller
6.1 DMX Connection 1. Connect the fixture together in a “daisy chain” by XLR plug cable from the output of the fixture
to the input of the next fixture. The cable cannot be branched or split to a “Y” cable.
Inadequate or damaged cables, soldered joints or corroded connectors can easily distort the
signal and shut down the system
2. The DMX output and input connectors are pass‐through to maintain the DMX circuit when one
of the units’ power is disconnected.
3. At last fixture, the DMX cable has to be terminated with a terminator to reduce signal errors.
Solder a 120‐ohm 1/4W resistor between pin 2(DMX‐) and pin 3(DMX+) into a 3‐pin XLR‐plug
and plug it in the DMX‐output of the last fixture.
4. Each lighting fixture needs to have an address set to receive the data sent by the controller.
The address number is between 0‐511 (usually 0 & 1 are equal to 1).
5. 3 pin XLR connectors are more popular than 5 pins XLR.
3 pin XLR: Pin 1: GND, Pin 2: Negative signal (‐), Pin 3: Positive signal (+)
6.2 DMX Address Setting By using a universal DMX controller to control the units, you have to set DMX address from 1 to 512 so that the units can receive DMX signal. 12
Press the MENU button up to when the DMX Address is showing on the display. Pressing ENTER button and the display will blink. Use DOWN and UP button to change the DMX512 address. Once the address has been selected, press and keep ENTER button pressed up to when the display stops blinking or storing automatically 8 seconds later. To go back to the functions without any change press the MENU button again. If you use please refer to the following diagram to address your DMX512 channel for the first 4 units: Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Address Address Address Address 15 Channels 1 16 31 46 17 Channels 1 18 35 52 Channel mode 6.3 DMX Configuration 15 Channels Mode: Channel Value 1
Function PAN 000‐255 2
0% – 100% TILT 000‐255 3
0% – 100% COLOR 000‐002 WHITE 003‐004 WHITE/RED 005‐006 RED 007‐008 RED / BLUE 009‐010 BLUE 011‐012 BLUE / GREEN 013‐014 GREEN 015‐016 GREEN / YELLOW 017‐018 YELLOW 13
019‐021 YELLOW/ ORANGE 022‐023 ORANGE 024‐025 ORANGE / MAGENTA 026‐027 MAGENTA 028‐029 MAGENTA / LIGHT BLUE 030‐031 LIGHT BLUE 032‐033 LIGHT BLUE / LIGHT YELLOW 034‐035 LIGTH YELLOW 036‐037 LIGTH YELLOW / LIGHT GREEN 038‐039 LIGHT GREEN 040‐042 LIGHT GREEN / PURPLE 043‐044 PURPLE 045‐046 PURPLE / PINK 047‐048 PINK 049‐050 PINK / MEDIUM YELLOW 051‐052 MEDIUM YELLOW 053‐054 MEDIUM YELLOW /CTB 055‐056 CTB 057‐058 CTB / UV 059‐060 UV 061‐063 UV / WHITE 064‐127 COLOR INDEXING 128‐189 CLOCKWISE ROTATION FROM FAST TO SLOW 190‐193 STOP 194‐255 COUNTER‐CLOCKWISE ROTATION FROM SLOW TO FAST
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GOBO 000‐003 OPEN 004‐007 GOBO 1 008‐011 GOBO 2 14
012‐015 GOBO 3 016‐019 GOBO 4 020‐023 GOBO 5 024‐027 GOBO 6 028‐031 GOBO 7 032‐035 GOBO 8 036‐039 GOBO 9 040‐043 GOBO 10 044‐047 GOBO 11 048‐051 GOBO 12 052‐055 GOBO 13 056‐059 GOBO 14 060‐063 GOBO 15 064‐068 GOBO 1 SHAKING 069‐072 GOBO 2 SHAKING 073‐076 GOBO 3 SHAKING 077‐080 GOBO 4 SHAKING 081‐084 GOBO 5 SHAKING 085‐089 GOBO 6 SHAKING 090‐093 GOBO 7 SHAKING 094‐097 GOBO 8 SHAKING 098‐101 GOBO 9 SHAKING 102‐105 GOBO 10 SHAKING 106‐110 GOBO 11 SHAKING 111‐114 GOBO 12 SHAKING 115‐118 GOBO 13 SHAKING 119‐122 GOBO 14 SHAKING 123‐127 GOBO 15 SHAKING 128‐189 COUNTER‐CLOCKWISE ROTATION FROM FAST TO SLOW
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190‐193 STOP 194‐255 CLOCKWISE ROTATION FROM SLOW TO FAST 5
SHUTTER 000‐007 CLOSE 008‐015 OPEN 016‐167 LINEAR STROBE FROM SLOW TO FAST 168‐203 STROBE PULSE, FAST CLOSE SLOW OPEN 204‐239 STROBE PULSE, FAST OPEN SLOW CLOSE 240‐247 RANDOM STROBE FROM SLOW TO FAST 248‐255 OPEN 6
DIMMER 000‐255 0% – 100% PRISM 7
000‐007 OPEN 008‐127 PRISM EFFECT 128‐132 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 1 133‐137 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 2 138‐141 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 3 142‐146 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 4 147‐150 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 5 151‐155 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 6 156‐159 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 7 160‐164 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 8 165‐168 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 9 169‐173 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 10 174‐177 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 11 178‐182 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 12 183‐187 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 13 188‐191 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 14 16
192‐196 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 15 107‐200 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 16 201‐205 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 17 206‐209 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 18 210‐214 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 19 215‐218 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 20 219‐223 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 21 224‐227 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 22 228‐232 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 23 233‐236 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 24 237‐241 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 25 242‐246 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 26 247‐250 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 27 251‐255 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 28 8
PRISM ROTATION 000‐127 INDEX ROTATION 128‐190 CLOCKWISE ROTATION FROM FAST TO SLOW 191‐192 STOP 193‐255 COUNTER COLOKWISE ROTATION FROM SLOW TO FAST
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FROST 000‐007 OFF 008‐255 ON 10
P/T MACRO 000‐007 OFF 008‐015 MACRO 1 016‐023 MACRO 2 024‐031 MACRO 3 032‐039 MACRO 4 040‐047 MACRO 5 17
048‐055 MACRO 6 056‐063 MACRO 7 064‐071 MACRO 8 072‐079 MACRO 9 080‐087 MACRO 10 088‐095 MACRO 11 096‐103 MACRO 12 104‐111 MACRO 13 112‐119 MACRO 14 120‐127 MACRO 15 128‐135 MACRO 16 136‐143 MACRO 17 144‐151 MACRO 18 152‐159 MACRO 19 160‐167 MACRO 20 168‐175 MACRO 21 176‐183 MACRO 22 184‐191 MACRO 23 192‐199 MACRO 24 200‐207 MACRO 25 208‐215 MACRO 26 216‐223 MACRO 27 224‐231 MACRO 28 232‐239 MACRO 29 240‐247 MACRO 30 248‐255 MACRO 31 11
P/T MACRO SPEED 000‐255 12
FAST TO SLOW COLOR TIME 18
000‐254 FAST TO SLOW 255 FAST 13
GOBO TIME 000‐254 FAST TO SLOW 255 FAST 14
PAN/TILT SPEED 000‐255 FAST TO SLOW FUNCTION 15
000‐049 NULL 050‐059 PAN/TILT FAST MODE 060‐069 PAN/TILT NORMAL MODE 070‐079 BLACKOUT WHILE PAN/TILT MOVE ENABLE 080‐089 BLACKOUT WHILE PAN/TILT MOVE DISABLE 090‐099 BLACKOUT WHILE COLOR CHANGE ENABLE 100‐109 BLACKOUT WHILE COLOR CHANGE DISABLE 110‐119 BLACKOUT WHILE GOBO CHANGE ENABLE 120‐129 BLAKCOUT WHILE GOBO CHANGE DISABLE 130‐139 LAMP ON 140‐149 PAN/TILT RESET 150‐159 COLOR RESET 160‐169 GOBO RESET 170‐179 SHUTTER/PRISEM/RPRISM/FROST/FOCUS RESET 180‐199 NULL 200‐209 RESET ALL 210‐219 BLACKOUT WHILE PAN/TILT/GOGO/COLOR CHANGE ENABLE 220‐229 BLACKOUT WHILE PAN/TILT/GOGO/COLOR CHANGE DISABLE 230‐239 LAMP OFF 19
240‐255 NULL Value Function 17 Channels Mode: Channel 1
PAN 000‐255 2
0% – 100% PAN FINE 000‐255 3
0% – 100% TILT 000‐255 4
0% – 100% TILT FINE 000‐255 0% – 100% COLOR 5
000‐002 WHITE 003‐004 WHITE/RED 005‐006 RED 007‐008 RED / BLUE 009‐010 BLUE 011‐012 BLUE / GREEN 013‐014 GREEN 015‐016 GREEN / YELLOW 017‐018 YELLOW 019‐021 YELLOW/ ORANGE 022‐023 ORANGE 024‐025 ORANGE / MAGENTA 026‐027 MAGENTA 028‐029 MAGENTA / LIGHT BLUE 030‐031 LIGHT BLUE 032‐033 LIGHT BLUE / LIGHT YELLOW 20
034‐035 LIGTH YELLOW 036‐037 LIGTH YELLOW / LIGHT GREEN 038‐039 LIGHT GREEN 040‐042 LIGHT GREEN / PURPLE 043‐044 PURPLE 045‐046 PURPLE / PINK 047‐048 PINK 049‐050 PINK / MEDIUM YELLOW 051‐052 MEDIUM YELLOW 053‐054 MEDIUM YELLOW /CTB 055‐056 CTB 057‐058 CTB / UV 059‐060 UV 061‐063 UV / WHITE 064‐127 COLOR INDEXING 128‐189 CLOCKWISE ROTATION FROM FAST TO SLOW 190‐193 STOP 194‐255 COUNTER‐CLOCKWISE ROTATION FROM SLOW TO FAST
GOBO 6
000‐003 OPEN 004‐007 GOBO 1 008‐011 GOBO 2 012‐015 GOBO 3 016‐019 GOBO 4 020‐023 GOBO 5 024‐027 GOBO 6 028‐031 GOBO 7 032‐035 GOBO 8 036‐039 GOBO 9 21
040‐043 GOBO 10 044‐047 GOBO 11 048‐051 GOBO 12 052‐055 GOBO 13 056‐059 GOBO 14 060‐063 GOBO 15 064‐068 GOBO 1 SHAKING 069‐072 GOBO 2 SHAKING 073‐076 GOBO 3 SHAKING 077‐080 GOBO 4 SHAKING 081‐084 GOBO 5 SHAKING 085‐089 GOBO 6 SHAKING 090‐093 GOBO 7 SHAKING 094‐097 GOBO 8 SHAKING 098‐101 GOBO 9 SHAKING 102‐105 GOBO 10 SHAKING 106‐110 GOBO 11 SHAKING 111‐114 GOBO 12 SHAKING 115‐118 GOBO 13 SHAKING 119‐122 GOBO 14 SHAKING 123‐127 GOBO 15 SHAKING 128‐189 COUNTER‐CLOCKWISE ROTATION FROM FAST TO SLOW
190‐193 STOP 194‐255 CLOCKWISE ROTATION FROM SLOW TO FAST 7
SHUTTER 000‐007 CLOSE 008‐015 OPEN 016‐167 LINEAR STROBE FROM SLOW TO FAST 168‐203 STROBE PULSE, FAST CLOSE SLOW OPEN 22
204‐239 STROBE PULSE, FAST OPEN SLOW CLOSE 240‐247 RANDOM STROBE FROM SLOW TO FAST 248‐255 OPEN 8
DIMMER 000‐255 9
0% – 100% PRISM 000‐007 OPEN 008‐127 PRISM EFFECT 128‐132 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 1 133‐137 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 2 138‐141 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 3 142‐146 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 4 147‐150 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 5 151‐155 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 6 156‐159 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 7 160‐164 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 8 165‐168 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 9 169‐173 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 10 174‐177 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 11 178‐182 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 12 183‐187 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 13 188‐191 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 14 192‐196 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 15 107‐200 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 16 201‐205 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 17 206‐209 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 18 210‐214 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 19 215‐218 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 20 219‐223 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 21 23
224‐227 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 22 228‐232 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 23 233‐236 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 24 237‐241 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 25 242‐246 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 26 247‐250 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 27 251‐255 PRISM ROTATION EFFECTS 28 10
PRISM ROTATION 000‐127 INDEX ROTATION 128‐190 CLOCKWISE ROTATION FROM FAST TO SLOW 191‐192 STOP 193‐255 COUNTER COLOKWISE ROTATION FROM SLOW TO FAST
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FROST 000‐007 OFF 008‐255 ON P/T MACRO 12
000‐007 OFF 008‐015 MACRO 1 016‐023 MACRO 2 024‐031 MACRO 3 032‐039 MACRO 4 040‐047 MACRO 5 048‐055 MACRO 6 056‐063 MACRO 7 064‐071 MACRO 8 072‐079 MACRO 9 080‐087 MACRO 10 088‐095 MACRO 11 096‐103 MACRO 12 24
104‐111 MACRO 13 112‐119 MACRO 14 120‐127 MACRO 15 128‐135 MACRO 16 136‐143 MACRO 17 144‐151 MACRO 18 152‐159 MACRO 19 160‐167 MACRO 20 168‐175 MACRO 21 176‐183 MACRO 22 184‐191 MACRO 23 192‐199 MACRO 24 200‐207 MACRO 25 208‐215 MACRO 26 216‐223 MACRO 27 224‐231 MACRO 28 232‐239 MACRO 29 240‐247 MACRO 30 248‐255 MACRO 31 13
P/T MACRO SPEED 000‐255 14
FAST TO SLOW COLOR TIME 000‐254 FAST TO SLOW 255 FAST 15
GOBO TIME 000‐254 FAST TO SLOW 255 FAST 16
PAN/TILT SPEED 000‐255 FAST TO SLOW 25
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FUNCTION 000‐049 NULL 050‐059 PAN/TILT FAST MODE 060‐069 PAN/TILT NORMAL MODE 070‐079 BLACKOUT WHILE PAN/TILT MOVE ENABLE 080‐089 BLACKOUT WHILE PAN/TILT MOVE DISABLE 090‐099 BLACKOUT WHILE COLOR CHANGE ENABLE 100‐109 BLACKOUT WHILE COLOR CHANGE DISABLE 110‐119 BLACKOUT WHILE GOBO CHANGE ENABLE 120‐129 BLAKCOUT WHILE GOBO CHANGE DISABLE 130‐139 LAMP ON 140‐149 PAN/TILT RESET 150‐159 COLOR RESET 160‐169 GOBO RESET 170‐179 SHUTTER/PRISEM/RPRISM/FROST/FOCUS RESET 180‐199 NULL 200‐209 RESET ALL 210‐219 BLACKOUT WHILE PAN/TILT/GOGO/COLOR CHANGE ENABLE 220‐229 BLACKOUT WHILE PAN/TILT/GOGO/COLOR CHANGE DISABLE 230‐239 LAMP OFF 240‐255 NULL 7. Troubleshooting
Following are a few common problems that may occur during operation. Here are some suggestions for easy troubleshooting: A. The unit does not work, no light and the fan does not work 1. Check the connection of power and main fuse.
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2. Measure the mains voltage on the main connector.
3. Check the power on LED.
B. Not responding to DMX controller 1. DMX LED should be on. If not, check DMX connectors, cables to see if link properly.
2. If the DMX LED is on and no response to the channel, check the address settings and DMX
polarity.
3. If you have intermittent DMX signal problems, check the pins on connectors or on PCB of the
unit or the previous one.
4. Try to use another DMX controller.
5. Check if the DMX cables run near or run alongside to high voltage cables that may cause
damage or interference to DMX interface circuit.
C. One of the channels is not working well 1. The stepper motor might be damaged or the cable connected to the PCB is broken.
2. The motor’s drive IC on the PCB might be out of condition.
8. Fixture Cleaning
The cleaning of internal and external optical lenses and/or mirrors must be carried out periodically to optimize light output. Cleaning frequency depends on the environment in which the fixture operates: damp, smoky or particularly dirty surrounding can cause greater accumulation of dirt on the unit’s optics.  Clean with soft cloth using normal glass cleaning fluid.  Always dry the parts carefully.  Clean the external optics at least every 30 days. 27
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