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User´s Guide
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ProDaylight 800 Air
ProDaylight 800 Air
Thank you for choosing Profoto
Thanks for showing us your confidence by investing in a
ProDaylight unit. For more than four decades we have sought
the perfect light. What pushes us is our conviction that we
can offer even yet better tools for the most demanding
photographers. Before our products are shipped we have them
pass an extensive and strict testing program. We check that
each individual product comply with specified performance,
quality and safety. For this reason our flash equipment is widely
used in rental studios and rental houses worldwide, from Paris,
London, Milan, New York, Tokyo to Cape Town.
Some photographers can tell just from seeing a picture, if
Profoto equipment has been used.
Professional photographers around the world have come to
value Profoto’s expertise in lighting and light-shaping. Our
extensive range of Light Shaping Tools offers photographers
unlimited possibilities for creating and adjusting their own light.
Every single reflector and accessory creates its special light and
the unique Profoto focusing system offers you the possibility to
create your own light with only a few different reflectors.
Enjoy your Profoto product!
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Safety instructions
Safety Precautions!
Read and follow all safety instructions below carefully to avoid injuries or damages! Make sure that
Profoto Safety Instructions is always accompanied the equipment! Profoto products are intended for
professional use! The equipment is only intended for indoor photographic use. Do not place or use
the equipment where it can be exposed to moisture, extreme electromagnetic fields or in areas with
flammable gases or dust! Do not use the equipment in ambient temperature higher than +35 °C (+95 °F).
Do not expose the equipment to dripping or splashing. Do not place any objects filled with liquids on or
near the equipment. Do not expose the equipment to hasty temperature changes in humid conditions as
this could lead to condensation water in the unit. Do not connect this equipment to equipment from other
brands. Only use ballast, lamps and light shaping tools as specified by Profoto. Do not use lamp without
supplied protective glass covers or protective grids. Do not stare directly at lamp while in operation.
Minimum distance to flammable surfaces is 400 cm in front of the lamp. Limit exposure in front of the
lamp if used at close distances. Glass covers shall be changed if it has become visibly damaged to such
an extent that their effectiveness is impaired, for example by cracks or deep scratches. Lamps shall be
changed if they are damaged or thermally deformed. When placing a lamp into the holder ensure not to
touch the bulb with bare hands. Equipment must only be serviced, modified or repaired by authorized
and competent service personnel!
WARNING – Electrical Shock – High Voltage!
The equipment shall always be connected to grounded mains power supply outlet! Only use Profoto
extension cables and mains cables! Do not open or disassemble ballast or lamp head! Equipment operates
with high voltage. Disconnect lamp head cable between ballast and lamp head when changing bulb!
Caution – Burn Hazard – Hot Parts!
Do not touch hot parts with bare fingers! Bulb, protective glass cover and certain metal parts emit strong
heat when used! Reflector parts may reach a temperature of +200 °C (+392 °F). When the lamp has been
in use, wait 10 minutes before removing the protective glass cover. Do not point lamp too close to persons.
All lamps may on rare occasions explode and throw out hot particles!
NOTICE – Equipment Overheating Risk
Remove transport cap from lamp head before use! Do not obstruct ventilation by placing filters, diffusing
materials, etc. over inlets and outlets of the equipment ventilation or directly over protective glass cover.
Note about RF!
This equipment makes use of the radio spectrum and emits radio frequency energy. Proper care should
be taken when the device is integrated in systems. Make sure that all specifications within this document
are followed, especially those concerning operating temperature and supply voltage range. Make sure the
device is operated according to local regulations. The frequency spectrum this device is using is shared
with other users. Interference can not be ruled out.
Final Disposal
Equipment contains electrical and electronic components that could be harmful to the environment.
Equipment may be returned to Profoto distributors free of charge for recycling according to WEEE. Follow
local legal requirements for separate disposal of waste, for instance WEEE directive for electrical and
electronic equipment on the European market, when product life has ended!
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System description....................................................................................................7
Profoto Air ...................................................................................................7
Nomenclature............................................................................................................8
Functionality .............................................................................................................9
Metal halide lamp ........................................................................................9
Glass cover . ................................................................................................9
Reflector . ....................................................................................................9
Light intensity . ............................................................................................9
Remote control ..........................................................................................10
Cooling system ..........................................................................................10
Built-in timers ...........................................................................................10
ProBallast................................................................................................................11
Power supply . ...........................................................................................11
Power on/off . ............................................................................................11
Frequency mode . ......................................................................................11
Operating instructions ............................................................................................12
Stand mounting .........................................................................................12
Remove protecting cap . ............................................................................12
Changing glass cover ................................................................................12
Reflector mounting ....................................................................................13
Power connection ......................................................................................13
Radio settings . ..........................................................................................13
Cooling setting ..........................................................................................14
Adjusting light intensity .............................................................................14
Read out firmware version and timer value ................................................14
Changing settings in standby mode ...........................................................14
Turn unit off . ............................................................................................14
Remote control .......................................................................................................15
Turn unit on/off .........................................................................................15
Light intensity setting ................................................................................15
Maintenance . .........................................................................................................16
Changing lamp ..........................................................................................16
Changing fuse ...........................................................................................16
Trouble shooting......................................................................................................17
List of compatible Profoto Light Shaping Tools ........................................................18
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Table of Contents
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Technical data.........................................................................................................19
ProDaylight 800 Air.....................................................................................19
ProBallast 800............................................................................................19
Warranty . ...............................................................................................................19
Regulatory information ...........................................................................................20
Declaration of Conformity – ProDaylight 800 Air . .......................................20
Declaration of Conformity – ProBallast 800.................................................21
Unites States and Canada........................................................................................22
F.C.C. and Industry Canada.........................................................................22
Warning (Part 15.21)...................................................................................22
Japan......................................................................................................................23
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ProDaylight 800 Air is a metal halide based (HMI type) continuous light source. The
powerful metal halide lamp provides daylight color temperature, which is ideal for many
photo and video shoots.
The ProDaylight 800 Air is designed for heavy-duty use. Its metal housing and all
components are solid, reliable and withstand even the most demanding shooting
situations.
ProDaylight 800 Air
System description
The ProDaylight 800 Air is powered from a flicker-free multi-voltage electronic ballast.
As a professional photographer or videographer, you have your own special style and
needs. Profoto’s Light Shaping Tools – including the new line of Light Shaping Tools for
Video Lights – fit perfectly with the ProDaylight 800 Air, enabling you to shape the light
your own way.
Profoto Air
Profoto Air is a system for convenient remote control of flash generators and studio lamps.
The Profoto Air system is operating on one of eight selectable radio channels on the 2.4
GHz radio frequency band, for world wide use. Profoto Air allows control of your light from
as far away as 300 m/1000 ft (free line of sight).
The Profoto Air radio system is fully integrated in the ProDaylight 800 Air.
Profoto Air Remote
The Profoto Air Remote device offers remote control of your ProDaylight 800 Air unit.
The device controls practically an infinite number of ProDaylight 800 Air units in up to six
groups, either all at once in Master mode, or in individual groups.
Profoto Air USB
The Profoto Air USB device is a USB 2.0 transceiver, which connects your ProDaylight 800
Air unit to your PC or Mac via a wireless connection.
Profoto Studio 3
Profoto Studio 3 is a software solution for both PC and Mac, which gives you full control of
all your ProDaylight 800 Air units from your computer. You can control each unit individually
or group them to control multiple units at one time. You can save customer lighting setups
for use at a later time.
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Nomenclature
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2
3
ON
COOLING
RADIO
4
SILENT
MAX
CHANNEL SET
5
6
8
9
7
8
10
1. Display
4b.Silent Indicator
2. POWER CONTROL
4c.Max Indicator
2a.On/Off Button
5. Channel Set Button
2b.Power Indicator
6. Setting Knob
3. RADIO CONTROL
7. Handle
3a.Radio Button
8. Lamp Cable
3b.Radio Indicator
9. Locking Knob
4. COOLING CONTROL
10.Stand Adapter
4a.Cooling Button
11. Protective glass cover
12.Zoom Scale
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Metal halide lamp
The ProDaylight 800 Air unit is equipped with a powerful metal halide lamp, providing
daylight color temperature.
SAFETY PRECAUTION!
ProDaylight 800 Air
Functionality
Profoto only uses UV-doped CSR-lamps, which emit a fraction of the hazardous UV radiation compared to classic
HMI type lamps. Never use other types of lamps than the ones specified by Profoto.
A cold metal halide lamp does not immediately begin producing its full light capacity. The
warm up period can be a few minutes. During that time, the color of the light will vary.
If the ProDaylight 800 Air unit is turned off, it takes about two minutes before the warm
lamp can be turned on again. It is recommended to let the lamp run for at least 15 minutes
after turning it on, since turning the lamp on and off repeatedly considerably reduces the
life time of the lamp.
Glass cover
Metal halide lamps operate under high pressure and temperature and require special
safety measures. The ProDaylight 800 Air unit is equipped with a protective glass cover,
which protects from lamp shatter and UV radiation. Unless the glass cover is correctly
mounted (see page 13) it is not possible to turn on the ProDaylight 800 Air unit.
SAFETY PRECAUTION!
A damaged (cracked or scratched) glass cover must never be used! The level of UV protection provided by the glass
cover is matched to the lamp type specified by Profoto. Only use Profoto specified lamps.
The protective glass cover is available in different versions; with frosted and clear glass
and with different coatings for distinctive color temperature adjustments.
Reflector
By mounting a reflector and placing it in different positions, using the Zoom Scale [12],
several light shapes can be created for each lighting purpose. The unique rubber collar
fastening system provides secure and rapid handling of the reflectors, also when hot.
Light intensity
The current light intensity is shown in the Display [1], in percent (%) of maximum light
output.
The Setting Knob [6] is used to adjust the light intensity, in 1% or 10% increments.
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Remote control
The Profoto Air radio system is fully integrated in the ProDaylight 800 Air unit, allowing
wireless remote control.
With the Profoto Air Remote device, the ProDaylight 800 Air unit can be turned on/off
remotely and the light intensity can be adjusted. With the Profoto Studio Air software,
multiple lighting setups including numerous continuous lights and flash units can be
created and coordinated.
For more information about remote control, please refer to the User’s Guides for Profoto
Air Remote or Profoto Air USB/Profoto Studio Air.
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Cooling system
The ProDaylight 800 Air unit is equipped with an effective cooling system, designed for
optimal cooling without generating unwanted noise.
The cooling system includes automatic overheating protection. If the temperature of the
ProDaylight 800 Air unit exceeds maximum set levels, the ProDaylight 800 Air unit will be
turned off. This automatic protection will only interfere under extreme conditions, such as
when the air vents are blocked.
Built-in timers
The lamp has a built-in timer, which can be read out and reset in standby mode. The timer
feature is included to make it easier to keep track of lamp life.
There is also another timer, which can not be reset from the panel interface. This timer can
only be read out and reset via the Profoto Air system.
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ProDaylight lamps require an electronic ballast to deliver the proper voltage and current.
The ProBallast 800 is a flicker-free electric ballast device dedicated for the ProDaylight
800 Air unit. The ProBallast 800 has a passive cooling system for quiet operation.
A
E
ProDaylight 800 Air
ProBallast
F
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B
C
D
G
A. On/Off Switch
F. Fuse Holder
B. Lamp Connector
G. MODE CONTROL
C. Start Button
G1. Mode Button
D. Stop Button
G2. Mode Indicator
E. Power Connector
Power supply
The ProBallast 800 can be connected to 95-265 VAC, 50-60 Hz. It automatically senses
and adapts to the supplied voltage and frequency. Only use fuses specified in section
Technical data.
Power on/off
The On/Off Switch [A] is used to turn on/off the ProBallast 800.
The Start Button [C] is used to turn on the ProDaylight 800 Air unit.
The Stop Button [D] is used to turn off the ProDaylight 800 Air unit.
Frequency mode
The frequency of the output voltage is switchable between SILENT (50 Hz), 100 Hz (flicker
free) and 300 Hz (high speed). A higher frequency will allow higher frame rates (fps) during
video shoots without flicker. The Mode Button [G1] is used to select the frequency setting.
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ProDaylight 800 Air
Operating instructions
Stand mounting
1. Mount and fasten the ProDaylight 800 Air unit on the stand using the locking knob on
the Stand Adapter [10].
2. The unit can be directed upwards/downwards when the Locking Knob [9] is loosened.
Fasten the Locking Knob [9] when the unit is correctly directed.
Remove protecting cap
1. Unlock the clasp on the protecting cap.
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2. Gently remove the protecting cap from the ProDaylight 800 Air unit.
Changing glass cover
Changing glass cover
Unlock glass cover
2. Pull the safety
pin out.
Changing glass cover
Lock glass cover
1. Lift and remove the 1. Fit the safety pins in
safety pin to release. existing holes located
on the glass cover.
2. Push the safety pin in.
3. Press down the
safety pin and fit
under the screw
to lock.
1. Ensure that the ProDaylight 800 Air unit is turned off and that the Lamp Cable [8] is not
connected.
2. If the ProDaylight 800 Air unit has been in use, wait for the unit to cool down or use
protective gloves.
3. Unlock the glass cover by lifting the safety pins and then pulling them one by one.
4. Gently remove the glass cover and fit the new glass cover in place.
5. Make sure that the circuit breaker is pressed down and that both safety pins fit properly
into the holes on each side of the glass cover.
6. Secure the glass cover by pressing the safety pins down and then pushing them one
by one under the top screw.
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2. Slide the reflector onto the ProDaylight 800 Air unit. Use the Zoom Scale [12] to place
the reflector in the desired position.
3. Secure the reflector by locking the clasp.
ProDaylight 800 Air
Reflector mounting
1. Unlock the clasp on the reflector.
Power connection
1. Connect the Lamp Cable [8] to the Lamp Connector [B] on the ProBallast 800 by
aligning the white dots on the cable plug with the white dot on the ballast panel. Secure
by turning the ring on the plug clockwise.
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2. Connect the AC mains cable to the Power Connector [E] on the ProBallast 800 and to
the mains power supply outlet.
3. Use the On/Off Switch [A] to turn on the ProBallast 800.
4. The Power Indicator [2b] on the ProDaylight 800 Air unit will be red, indicating that the
unit is receiving power but is in standby mode.
5. Press the On/Off Button [2a] on the ProDaylight 800 Air unit or the Start Button [C] on
the ProBallast 800to turn on the ProDaylight 800 Air unit.
6. The Power Indicator [2b] on the ProDaylight 800 Air unit will now be green.
Radio settings
1. Activate the built-in radio transceiver by pressing the Radio Button [3a] and verify that
the Radio Indicator [3b] is illuminated (green).
2. Press the Channel Set Button [5]. The Display [1] will start flashing, showing the current
radio channel number to the left and the radio group letter to the right.
3. While the Display [1] is flashing, turn the Setting Knob [6] clockwise to increase the
radio channel number (1 to 8) and counter-clockwise to decrease the number.
4. While the Display [1] is flashing, press and hold down and turn the Setting Knob [6]
clockwise to increase the group letter (A to F) and counter-clockwise to decrease the
letter.
5. Wait until the Display [1] stops flashing. (The Display [1] will now show the light
intensity.)
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Cooling setting
The Cooling Button [4a] is used to select cooling mode:
• SILENT: “Normal” cooling. In this mode the cooling adapts to the ambient environment,
keeping the noise level to a minimum without risking overheating of the equipment.
• MAX: Maximum cooling is provided for lamp and accessories. This mode is intended
for use only when sound level is not an issue and the lamp is operated under extreme
temperature conditions.
Adjusting light intensity
Use the Setting Knob [6] to adjust the light intensity:
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• Turn the Setting Knob [6] clockwise to increase the light intensity in 1% increments and
counter-clockwise to decrease.
• Press and hold down the Setting Knob [6] and turn the knob clockwise to increase the
energy in 10% increments and counter-clockwise to decrease.
Read out firmware version and timer value
To read out the firmware revision and timer value, the lamp must be in standby mode.
1. Press and hold the Setting Knob [6] for 1 second, then release the knob.
2. The timer value in hours will now be displayed.
3. Toggle between the timer value and the firmware revision by turning the Setting Knob
[6] clockwise and counter-clockwise.
4. Reset the timer value by pressing the Channel Set Button [5].
5. Return to standby by pressing the Setting Knob [6].
Changing settings in standby mode
All settings on the lamp can be reached and changed in standby mode. A short press on
the Setting Knob [6] will light up the settings and make it possible to change set values.
Turn unit off
1. Press the On/Off Button [2a] on the ProDaylight 800 Air unit or the Stop Button [D] on
the ProBallast 800to turn off the ProDaylight 800 Air unit.
2. The Power Indicator [2b] on the ProDaylight 800 Air unit will be red, indicating that the
unit is receiving power but is in standby mode.
3. Use the On/Off Switch [A] to turn off the ProBallast 800.
4. Disconnect the AC mains cable on the ProBallast 800 from mains power.
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For remote control using Profoto Air Remote, the same radio channel and group have to be
set on the ProDaylight 800 Air unit and the Profoto Air device.
For remote control using Profoto Air USB and Profoto Studio Air, the same radio channel has
to be set on the ProDaylight 800 Air unit and in the Profoto Studio Air program.
ProDaylight 800 Air
Remote control
For radio channel and group settings on the Profoto Air devices and the Profoto Studio Air
program, please refer to the corresponding User’s Guide.
Turn unit on/off
Use the Head or Model Buttons (1) and (0) on the Profoto Air Remote device to turn the
ProDaylight 800 Air unit on and off.
Light intensity setting
Use the Energy Buttons (+) and (-) on the Profoto Air Remote device to increase/decrease
the light intensity:
• Press the Energy Button < 2 seconds to increase/decrease in 1% increments.
• Press the Energy Button > 2 seconds to increase/decrease in 10% increments.
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ProDaylight 800 Air
Maintenance
Changing lamp
1. Ensure that the ProBallast 800 is turned off and that the Lamp Cable [8] is not
connected.
2. If the ProDaylight 800 Air unit has been in use, wait for the unit to cool down.
3. Unlock the glass cover by pressing the safety pins down and then pulling them one by
one, see figure on page 12.
4. Gently remove the glass cover.
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5. Unscrew the two screws and remove the reflector plate.
SAFETY PRECAUTION!
Do not touch bulb with bare hand. Cleaning
cloth is included with Profoto supplied bulb.
The glossy side of
the reflector plate
shall face outwards.
6. Pull the lamp straight out of the socket. Always use protective gloves when doing this.
7. Insert a new modeling lamp, straight into the socket. Do not touch the lamp with bare
hands.
8. Fit the reflector plate in place, with the glossy side facing outwards. Tighten the two
screws.
9. Gently fit the fit the glass cover in place.
10.Make sure that the circuit breaker is pressed down and that both safety pins fit properly
into the holes on each side of the glass cover, see figure on page 13.
11.Secure the glass cover by pressing the safety pins down and then pushing them one
by one under the top screw.
Changing fuse
There is one exchangeable fuse in the ProBallast 800.
1. Disconnect the ProBallast 800 from AC mains power.
2. Pull out the Fuse Holder [F] and remove the old fuse.
3. Gently push the new fuse all the way into the Fuse Holder [F]. Only use fuses specified
in section Technical data.
4. Gently push the Fuse Holder [F] in place.
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Symptom
Diagnose
Action
Power Indicator
[2b] not
illuminated
Bad connection to the
ballast or AC mains.
• Check that the Lamp Cable [8] and
the AC mains cable are correctly
connected.
Internal fuse defect.
• Check the fuse on the ProBallast
800. If the problem remains after
replacing the fuse, contact your
nearest Profoto service station.
The unit is overheated
• Ensure better ventilation.
The ProDaylight
800 Air unit
turns off
automatically
• Wait until the temperature
decreases before the unit is
turned on again.
• If the problem remains please
contact your nearest Profoto
service station.
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Trouble shooting
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ProDaylight 800 Air
List of compatible Profoto Light Shaping Tools
The ProDaylight 800 Air can be used in combination with the following Profoto light
shapers:
• HR Softboxes
• HR Lanterns, except HR Lantern 1.7’ FLAT (Max 400W)
• ProCine reflector including lenses
• Softlight reflector
• Magnum reflector
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• Zoom reflector
• Narrow beam reflector
• Narrow beam travel reflector
• Wide Zoom reflector
• Tele Zoom reflector
• ProTube
• Disc reflector
• ProFresnel Spot
• Profoto Giant reflectors (parabolic)
• Profoto Silver umbrellas (with ProCine reflector only).
• Profoto Translucent umbrellas (with ProCine reflector only).
The ProDaylight 800 Air 800 is not recommended to be used with the following Profoto
Light shapers:
• Profoto white umbrellas
• Grids
• Standard softboxes
• Hardbox
• ProBox
• Fresnel Small
• Spot Small
• ProGlobe
• Snoot
• Grid and filter holder
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Technical data
ProDaylight 800 Air
Wattage
800W
Lamp type
GE CSR 800/SE/HR/UV-C
Socket type
G 22
Lamp life
750 hours
Nominal color temperature
5600 K
Dimensions
39 x 13 x 18 cm (15.4 x 5.1 x 7.1 in)
Weight
2.3 kg (5.1 lbs)
ProBallast 800
Lamp wattage
800W
Input voltage/frequency
Automatic sensing: 95-265 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Fuse
10A, Fast acting type, 5 x 20 mm
Power factor correction (PFC)
Yes
Power factor
0.98
Dimming
50-100%
Cooling
Passive
Lamp output
100 Hz (Flicker Free)
300 Hz (High speed)
Silent (50 Hz)
Dimensions
38 x 14 x 19 cm (15.0 x 5.5 x 7.5 in)
Weight
6.7 kg
All data are to be considered as nominal and Profoto reserves the right make changes without further notice.
Warranty
All Profoto products are individually tested before they leave the company and guaranteed
for a period of two years with the exception of flash tubes, glass covers, modeling lamps,
batteries and cables. Profoto is not responsible for technical malfunctions created by
improper use or accessories made by other companies. If you have any technical problems
please get in contact with an authorized Profoto service station. The Warranty is subject
to and shall be interpreted in accordance with the law of the country where the product
is purchased.
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Regulatory information
Declaration of Conformity – ProDaylight 800 Air
The ProDaylight 800 Air has been designed to conform to the relevant parts of the European
directives Low Voltage Directive (LVD) 2006/95/EC and EMC Directive 2004/108/EC.
The ProDaylight 800 Air is a light armature for photographical purposes. The light source
is a metal halide discharge lamp of maximum 800W. The ProDaylight 800 Air is intended
for use with the ProBallast unit.
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Manufacturer: Profoto AB
Adress: Box 2021, 128 21 SKARPNÄCK, Sweden
Product: ProDaylight 800 Air
Type: ProDaylight 800 Air 800 Air
Profoto declared that the product complies with the essential requirements of Low Voltage
Directive (LVD) 2006/95/EC and EMC Directive 2004/108/EC.
For the evaluation of compliance, applicable parts of standard SS-EN 60598-1 have been
applied.
Skarpnäck, January 2011
Bo Dalenius, VP Technology and QA,
Profoto AB
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The ProBallast 800 is a ballast unit used for power supply of the ProDaylight 800 Air unit.
Manufacturer: Profoto AB
Adress: Box 2021, 128 21 SKARPNÄCK, Sweden
Product: ProBallast 800
Profoto declared that the product complies with the essential requirements of Low Voltage
Directive (LVD) 2006/95/EC and EMC Directive 2004/108/EC.
For the evaluation of compliance, applicable parts of standard SS-EN 60598-1 have been
applied.
Skarpnäck, January 2011
Bo Dalenius, VP Technology and QA,
Profoto AB
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ProDaylight 800 Air
Declaration of Conformity – ProBallast 800
The ProBallast 800 has been designed to conform to the relevant parts of the European
directives Low Voltage Directive (LVD) 2006/95/EC and EMC Directive 2004/108/EC.
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ProDaylight 800 Air
Unites States and Canada
F.C.C. and Industry Canada
Compliance Statement ( Part 15.19)
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC rules and RSS-210 of Industry Canada.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1) this device may not cause harmful interference and,
2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Warning (Part 15.21)
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Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
Ce dispositif est conforme aux normes RSS-210 d’Industrie Canada.
L’utilisation de ce dispositif est autorisée seulement aux conditions suivantes :
1)il ne doit pas produire de brouillage et
2)l’utilisateur du dispositif doit être prêt à accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique reçu,
même si ce brouillage est susceptible de compromettre le fonctionnement du dispositif.
The term ‘IC’ before the certification/registration number only signifies that the Industry
Canada technical specifications were met.
Les lettres ‘IC’ n’ont aucune autre signification ni aucun autre but que d’identifier ce qui
suit comme le numéro de certification/d’enregistrement d’Industrie Canada.
Profoto AB
Transmitter / Receiver
MODEL: Profoto Air RMI
PRODUCT NO: PNZ1808-0000
FCC ID: W4G-RMI
IC: 8167A-RMI
Made in Sweden
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The module has been granted modular approval for sale and operation in Japan.
特定無線設備の種類
Classification of specified radio equipment:
Article 2, Clause 1, Item 19
ProDaylight 800 Air
Japan
2.4 GHz Wide Band Low Power Data Communication
上記のとおり、電波法第 38条の 24第 1項の規定に基づく認証を行ったも
のであることを証する。
This is to certify that the above-mentioned certification by type has been granted in
accordance with the provisions of Article 38-24, Paragraph 1 of the Radio Law.
In order to comply with Japanese regulations the output power must be limited to 10 dBm
and any user access to the RF-parts must be hindered by using:
• An enclosure that needs special tools to open
• An RF-shield that protects the transceiver, amplifier and VCO.
The product must be labelled with the following registration number:
R 202WW08109201
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Profoto AB
SWEDEN
Phone +46 8 447 53 00
info@profoto.com
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284001-1. Printed in Sweden.
Technical data and product information are subject to change without notice.
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