ChromaZone CZ612RM XLR6 X3 In
CHROMAZONE 6/12 XLR6(X3)TM RM
GENERAL INFORMATION
ChromaZone12RM™
ChromaZone 19” Rack Mount 200W
ChromaZone12RMXLR6™ ChromaZone 19” Rack Mount 200W
ChromaZone6 RMX3™ ChromaZone 19” Rack Mount 300W
ChromaZone12RMX3™ ChromaZone 19” Rack Mount 600W
Pulsar's Chroma Lighting Fixtures - ChromaLight™,
ChromaDome™, ChromaFlush™, ChromaStrip™,
ChromaPanel™, ChromaScape™, ChromaHeart™, Low Profile
ChromaHeart™, etc.,contain state of the art,high brightness,high
efficiency Red, Green and Blue LEDs. These three primary colours
can be mixed together to make an incredible pallet of 16.7 million
colours.
TM
Each ChromaFixture requires a +24VDC supply up to 520mA and
three 0 to +10V control signals to control the level of Red,Green and
Blue. These control signals and the low voltage powers are
provided by either the (ChromaZone6/12RMXLR6(X3))
TM
TM
ChromaZone6RMX3 , ChromaZone12RM , or the
TM
ChromaZone12RMX3 Controller. These can drive up to 6 to 12
ChromaFixtures.
The ChromaZone6/12RMXLR6(X3) has numerous chases and
effects built in making it possible to achieve fantastic effects
without programming. These internal effects can be selected via
the UIM (User Interface Module) located on the front panel of the
unit in Stand Alone mode or from a controller using a digital DMX
(Digital MultipleX) signal.
When receiving a signal the ChromaZone6/12RMXLR6(X3) can
operate in 3, 6, 9, 10, 36, 42 or 46 Channel Modes. Please see the lid
printing page for details of these Operating Modes, how to select
them,Channel Listings,and further information.
Please see the ChromaFixtures Leaflet for details of the luminaries
themselves.
NB - Patents applied for. Trade Marks, Copyright, Registered
and Unregistered Design Rights apply on all Chroma Products.
CONNECTIONS
Mains Supply The ChromaZone6/12RMXLR6(X3) works
correctly on any mains voltage from 100-277 VAC, 50-60Hz, (self
Adjusting).Power consumption ranges shown below:
ChromaZone12RM & XLR6™ - from 10 Watts to 200 Watts
depending on the number of fixtures connected and their output
levels.
ChromaZone6RMX3™ - from 10 Watts to 300 Watts depending on
the number of fixtures connected and their output levels.
ChromaZone12RMX3™ - from 10 Watts to 600 Watts depending
on the number of fixtures connected and their output levels.
A mains cable is provided with a Locking IEC female connector
attached.The other end of the cable should be fitted with a suitably
approved and rated mains plug. Note: in some countries it is a
requirement that such a plug be fitted by a qualified electrician.
Cable Colours
Green/Yellow =
Earth / Ground
Brown = Live / Phase / Hot
Electronics On/Off Switch with built in Indicator Neon.
DMX In/Thru 5 Pin XLR Connectors.
Digital Control Signals: Two 5 pin XLR connectors (in/thru) are
provided. The pin connections of the sockets are:
DMX SIGNAL
Pin 1 = Screen / Chassis Earth
Pin 2 = Signal Pin 3 = Signal +
Pin 4 = no connection / thru
Pin 5 = LVS (male only)
Outputs 12(6), five pole, cage clamp WAGO connectors are
provided on the back panel. Each connector provides the
necessary power and signal to drive a ChromaFixture.
Wiring WAGO: Strip back the outer insulation and the insulation
from the cores of the ChromaFlex to a suitable distance.Insert a flat
blade screwdriver into the cage clamp connector and press it down
to open the terminal. Insert the wire. Release the screwdriver. The
spring loaded cage clamp holds the wire tightly ensuring a long
term,reliable connection.
Outputs XLR6 12,six pole,XLR Female connectors are provided on
the back panel. Each connector provides the necessary power and
signal to drive a ChromaFixture.
Wiring XLR: Strip back the outer insulation and the insulation
from the cores of the ChromaFlex to a suitable distance. Solder the
wires in to the Male XLR plug (Pulsar part 4476) using the colour
code below:
Pin No.
Function
1
2
3
4
5
6 (XLR6)
0V
Red 0-10V
Green 0-10V
Blue 0-10V
+24VDC
0V
ChromaFlex
Colour
Black
Red
Green
Blue
White
Link to Black
The ChromaZone6/12RM(X3) has a comb bracket supplied which
locates on the back of the unit using the two M6 spring loaded
fasteners.This ensures the cage clamp connectors cannot become
accidentally pulled from their sockets.
The ChromaZone6/12RMXLR6(X3) may also be truss mounted
using the M10 nutserts fitted to the base. Ensure you do not over
tighten the fixings in to the tray.
The ChromaZone6/12RMXLR6(X3) may be wall or ceiling
mounted using the mounting brackets supplied. These can be
fitted to the underside of the unit using the 6 x M4 fixings
supplied.
WARNING - THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
Two WAGO Connectors are supplied with many of the
ChromaFixtures.Extra ChromaFlex cable is available from Pulsar if
required.
For safety we recommend the use of a Residual Current Circuit
Breaker. An RCCB MUST be used when powering e.g.
ChromaFixtures in wet environments.
It is recommended that the maximum run of ChromaFlex between
the ChromaZone6/12RMXLR6(X3) and the ChromaFixture is
20m.
Blue = Neutral
Pulsar Light of Cambridge Limited, 3 Coldhams Business Park, Cambridge, CB1 3LH, England +44 (0)1223 403500 sales@pulsarlight.com www.pulsarlight.com
7613 ChromaZone6/12RM XLR6 (X3) Instructions
CHROMARANGE CHROMAZONE
CZ6 & CZ12RMXLR6(X3) MOUNTING
FUSES AND PRECAUTIONS
The CZ6/12RMXLR6(X3) may be wall or ceiling mounted using
the 2 x mounting plates which are supplied and are located on the
underside of the tray.
Failure of the ChromaZone6/12RM XLR6(X3) internal Power
supply 6.3A HRC 5x20mm fuse indicates an internal fault
requiring servicing by a qualified engineer.
Remove the 4 x M4 countersunk posipan screws, rotate the fixing
brackets 180 deg and re-fix to the tray using the same screws.
Avoid over tightening the screws when re-locating them into the
tray.
Each 24VDC output is protected by an internal, resettable solid
state fuse. Switch off the unit, fix the fault and switch on again to
reset the fuse.
The image shows the CZ6/12RMXLR6(X3) fixing brackets with
their dimensions as if they are fitted to the respective tray.
The 0-10V signal inputs and outputs are protected against shorts to
24V,0V and static damage.
The PMX/DMX connections (input and thru) are protected against
inadvertent shorts to 240Vac and static damage.
OTHER INFORMATION
PORTABLE APPLIANCE TESTING
Both the Pulsar
ChromaZone12RM(XLR6)™, ChromaZone6RMX3™ and the
ChromaZoneRMX3™ may be safely Earth Bond and Insulation
Tested.
STANDARDS - The Pulsar ChromaZone12RM(XLR6)™,
ChromaZone6RMX3™ and the ChromaZone12RMX3™
complies with the following International and National Standards:
Electrical Safety - IEC65,EN60065,BS415
EMC - EN50081-1,EN55022,EN50082-1
Index of Protection IP20
160.0
80.0
Marking Directive 93/68/EEC - The Pulsar
ChromaZones meets both the EMC directive
2004/108/EC and the Low Voltage Directive
2006/95/EC.
460.1
GUARANTEE - three years from the date of original purchase. The
guarantee covers defects in manufacturing workmanship and
materials. It is limited to parts and labour. The guarantee becomes
void if the product is:a) misused,b) not used in accordance with the
instructions, c) the cable connections are not made according to
our instructions if the unit is used in damp or wet environments, d)
repairs are made by unauthorised persons, e) the serial number
label has been removed or defaced. Pulsar's maximum liability
shall not exceed the price paid for the product.In the unlikely event
of a fault occurring, do not use without repair. Return the product,
with a description of the fault,to your supplier or direct to Pulsar for
immediate attention.
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
Code
24500RM
CZ12-200RMXLR6
Description
Width Height Depth Weight
mm
mm
mm
kg
ChromaZone12-200 RM
482.6
88.0
240.0
3.5
ChromaZone12RMXLR6
482.6
88.0
240.0
4.6
24500RMX3
ChromaZone12RMX3
482.6
88.0
240.0
4.5
24550RMX3
ChromaZone6RMX3
482.6
88.0
240.0
4.5
CHROMARANGE CHROMAZONE
USER INTERFACE MODULE AND FUNCTIONS
USER INTERFACE
INTERFACEMODULE
MODULEAND
AND FUNCTIONS
USER
LCD DISPLAY: A 2 line, 16 character per line, LCD display is
used to set up, and indicate the status of the product.
At switch on, the display shows:
Channel 10: may be set as a Grand Master for the 36 RGB
DMX Address: n (where n=1 to 512)
Receiving:NO SIGNAL or DMX or PMX or ERROR
Press the (Up) or (Down) keys to cycle through the Menu
Options (see LCD Display Sheet).
Press the X key on the UIM to change the settings.
Note: Program Mode self cancels after ~30 seconds if no keys
have been pressed.
Note: if, at any time, the display shows Receiving: ERROR, then
there is a problem with the DMX signal. It could be wiring,
termination or poorly implemented DMX.
DMX Address: depending on the operating mode, a block of
3, 6, 9, 10, 36, 42 or 46 channels is received from the DMX signal
see Channel Assignments Tables. The DMX Address is the
number of the first channel in the block.
To set the required DMX Address, press the or keys on the
UIM until the display shows DMX Address:
Press the X (change) key on the UIM, then set the start address
using the or keys. These keys repeat if held down.
When the required DMX Address number shows in the display,
press the (Yes) key to save changes or X (Back) key to restore
the previous settings.
Note: the Receiving: text (NO SIGNAL / PMX / DMX / ERROR) in
the display is for information only.
ChromaZone Mode: The options are 3, 6, 9, 10, 36, 42 and
46 channel modes see Channel Assignments Tables.
To set the required Mode, press the or keys on the UIM until
the display shows ChromaZone Mode:
Press the X (change) key on the UIM, then select the required
mode using the or keys.d
When the required ChromaZone Mode shows in the display,
press the (Yes) key to save changes or X (Back) key to restore
the previous settings.
Channels per Fixture: the CZ12 uses 36 channels per
fixture and the CZ6 uses 18 channels per fixture.
To view the number of Channels per FIxture, press the
or
keys on the UIM until the display shows Channels per fixture.
Pressing the X (change) key on the UIM, followed by the or
keys will have no effect.
Press the (Yes) key to save changes or X (Back) key to return
to the previous menu.
Fixture number: 36 divided by the Channels per fixture
(shown above) gives the number of fixtures available from the
data block.
A CZ12 can only be 1 of 1 fixture.
A CZ6 may therefore be either 1 (or 2) of 2 fixtures.
To set the required Fixture number, press the
or
keys on
the UIM until the display shows Fixture number.
Press the X (change) key on the UIM, then select the required
number using the or keys.
When the required Fixture number shows in the display, press
the
(Yes) key to save changes or X (Back) key to restore the
previous settings.
Chase patterns: may be 6 or 12 way.
To set the required chase patterns, press the or keys on the
UIM until the display shows Chase patterns:
Press the X (change) key on the UIM, then select 6 or 12 way
using the or keys.
When the required chase pattern way number shows in the
display, press the (Yes) key to save changes or X (Back) key to
restore the previous settings.
channels only, OR as a Global Grand Master for the 36 RGB
channels, the ALL Red, Green and Blue, and the Chase Levels
To set the required Ch.10 mode of operation, press the
or
keys on the UIM until the display shows Ch.10…
Press the X (change) key on the UIM, then select the required
number using the or keys.
When the required Ch.10 operation shows in the display, press
the
(Yes) key to save changes or X (Back) key to restore
the previous settings.
Input Smoothing: ON or OFF. To disable the input smoothing,
e.g. for fast response to video graphics signals, set to OFF
To turn the Input Smoothing ON/OFF, press the or
the UIM until the display shows Input Smoothing:
keys on
Press the X (change) key on the UIM, then select the required
state using the or keys.
When the required state shows in the display, press the (Yes)
key to save changes or X (Back) key to restore the previous
settings.
Low Voltage Supply - ON or OFF. To connect the LVS to
pin 5 of the MALE XLR, set to ON.
The LVS is used to power some PULSAR controllers, e.g.
Outstation OS1. 24V at up to 250mA d.c. is available.
To turn the Low Voltage Supply ON/OFF, press the or keys
on the UIM until the display shows Low Voltage Supply is:
Press the X (change) key on the UIM, then select the required
state using the or keys.
When the required state shows in the display, press the (Yes)
key to save changes or X (Back) key to restore the previous
settings.
DMX Line Termination ON or OFF, set the last unit in the
DMX cable run to ON, all others to OFF. Errors can often occur if
the DMX line is not terminated. DMX errors are shown in the
display as:
DMX Address: n
Receiving: ERROR
To turn the DMX Line Termination ON/OFF, press the
or
keys on the UIM until the display shows DMX Line Termination:
Press the X (change) key on the UIM, then select the required
state using the or keys.
When the required state shows in the display, press the (Yes)
key to save changes or X (Back) key to restore the previous
settings.
If No Signal use: In the event the ChromaZone6/12™ is not
receiving a DMX signal (e.g. controller no longer present), the unit
may either use the user-programmable Stand Alone Settings
(see Stand Alone Settings View/Change below) OR continue to
use the Last DMX Packet received.
To select the If NoSignal use: requirement, press the
or
keys on the UIM until the display shows If NoSignal use
Press the X (change) key on the UIM, then select the requirement
using the or keys.
When your requirement is showing in the display, press the
(Yes) key to save changes or X (Back) key to restore the previous
settings.
CHROMARANGE CHROMAZONE
USER INTERFACE MODULE AND FUNCTIONS
Stand Alone Settings View/Change
There are three possibilities depending on:
a) Whether there is an input signal and
b) Whether "If NoSignal use:" is set to "Stand Alone Mode" or set
to "Last DMX Packet".
1.
No Signal + Use Stand Alone Mode:
The current Stand Alone Settings may be viewed, changed and
saved as the new Stand Alone Settings.
2. No Signal + Use Last DMX Packet:
The channel levels of the Last DMX Packet (if any) may be
viewed, changed and saved as the new Stand Alone Settings.
3. Signal present:
The incoming signal overwrites any changes made but these
incoming channel levels may be set at the controller, viewed
and saved as the new Stand Alone Settings.
To View/Change the Stand Alone Settings, press the or keys
on the UIM until the display shows Stand Alone Settings
View/Change.
Press the X (change) key on the UIM, then select the channel to
view/change using the
or
keys. These keys repeat if held
down. When the channel to be viewed/changed is showing in the
display, press the
or
keys to change the value. These keys
repeat if held down. The display shows both the bit number (0255) and percentage (0-100%).
Please see the Chase Select Table when modifying chases.
To modify further channels, select the channel to view/change
using the
or
repeat keys, pressing the or repeat keys
to change the value.
(Yes)
When you have finished modifying channels, press the
key to save changes or X (Back) key to restore the previous
settings.
VIEW(Sig)/SET(NoSig) Chan Levels
To View the Channel Levels/Change the Stand Alone Settings,
press the
or
keys on the UIM until the display shows
VIEW (Sig)/SET(NoSig) Chan Levels
Press the X (change) key on the UIM, then select the channel to
change/view using the
or
keys. These keys repeat if held
down.
When the channel to be changed/viewed is showing in the
display, press the
or
keys to change the value. These keys
repeat if held down. The display shows both percentage (0-100%)
and bit number (0-255), and for channels 4 (Chase 1 Select) and
7 (Chase 2 Select) the chases selected.
Please see the Chase Select Table when modifying chases.
Notes:
this menu item is for this session use only, data is never saved.
the values can only be changed if the unit is not receiving data.
pressing the X or keys returns to the main menu.
Restore Factory Default Settings
To restore the factory default settings, press the or keys on
the UIM until the display shows Restore Factory Default
Settings.
Press the X (change) key on the UIM, then press the (Yes) key
to restore defaults or X (Back) key to exit.
The factory default settings are:
DMX Address
1
ChromaZone Mode
46 Channel
Channels per Fixture 3
Fixture number
1
Chase patterns
6 Way
Channel 10
Grand Master for the 36 RGBs only
Input Smoothing
ON
Low Voltage Supply
ON
DMX Line Termination OFF
If No Signal use:
Stand Alone Mode
Stand Alone Settings Ch.1 - 3
= 0 bits / 0%
Ch.4 = Chase 1 Select = Auto Chase
Ch.5 = Chase 1 Speed = 128 bits / 50%
Ch.6 = Chase 1 Level = 255 bits 100%
Ch.7 46
= 0 bits / 0%
CHROMAZONE Menu Selection Overview
Display
DMX Address:n
Receiving:t
ChromaZone Mode:
nn Channels
Operation
X=Change
X=Restore
X=Change
Display
DMX Address n
X=Back
=Yes
CZ Mode nn Chan.
X=Back
X=Restore
Operation
Choices
=Yes
n=1 to 512
t = DMX / PMX / NO SIG / ERROR
3
3
6
6
9
9
10
10
18
36
24
42
28
46
=Save
=Save
Channels per
Fixture: 3
Fixture number:
1 of 12
Chase patterns:
n Way
X =Change
n Way Patterns
X=Back
=Yes
6 Way
12 Way
=Save
X=Back
=Yes
CH10 = 18xRGB GM
CH10 = 36xRGB GM
CH10 = Global GM
=Save
ON=Gentle,Smooth
OFF=Fast,Video
=Save
LV Supply is
X=Back =Yes
ON
OFF
=Save
Line Term is t
X=Back =Yes
ON
OFF
=Save
X =Restore
X =Change
Ch.10
X =Restore
Input Smoothing:
t
Low Voltage
Supply is: t
DMX Line
Termination:t
If NoSignal use:
t
Stand Alone Sett
ings View/Change
VIEW(Sig)/SET(No
Sig) Chan Levels
Restore Factory
Default Settings
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Cambridge Ltd UK
www.
pulsarlight.com
MainSoftwareN.n
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X =Change
IP Smoothingt
X=Back
X =Restore
X =Change
X =Restore
X =Change
X =Restore
X =Change
t
X=Back
X =Restore
Stand Alone Mode
=Yes
Last DMX Packet
=Save
X =Change
Bits:
%
Channel Assignments Tables
and Chase Select Table
Bits:
%
Channel Assignments Tables
and Chase Select Table
X =Restore
X =View
X =Back
X =View
Restore Defaults
X =Back =Yes
Information only
Information only
Information only
UIM SoftwareN.n
(C)Pulsarddmmyy
Information only
Inside air units
now xxx was yyy
Information only
Used by software
to view
X to change
=Yes
Information only
=Restore
=Save
X = Back
= Back
CHROMAZONE Software Version 4.0
Pulsar ChromaZone6/12(NP) / ChromaZone6/12RMX3 / ChromaBank / ChromaFlood / ChromaBatten Software
Version No.4.0 (MAIN micro 4.0 04-12-07 + UIM micro 1.0 07-03-05) has many exciting features. Two built in Chases allowing
superimposition of effects and cross fading between chases. Chase 1 and 2 use the same table of 31 chases but there are
differences to give you more choice - Chase 1 uses the ALL Red,Green and Blue Channels,1,2 & 3,to change the colour of some
chases (see table) while Chase 2 stays white and uses them to give a background colour. The chases have a very wide range of
speeds.
•7 operating modes: 3,6,9,10,36,42 and 46 Channel Modes.
•A Master Dimmer Channel (Ch.10) for the 36 individual RGB channels, which may become a Global Grand Master for the All
R/G/B and Chases Levels too.
•Input Smoothing may be disabled for fast display of video graphics and video frame rate capability.
•Please see the Channel AssignmentsTable page for details of the Operating Modes and how to select them,Channel Listings,
and further information.
Chase
%
Bit
Chase
No.
Input
No.
Description
15
100
255
Auto Chase
95
244
Green Yellow Red Bar Graph Reverse
Use Channel 1
92
236
Green Yellow Red Bar Graph Forward
Use Channel 1
89
228
Rainbow Strobe
14
13
Notes
86
220
White / Any Colour Strobe
Channels 1,2 & 3 set colour
83
212
White / Any Colour Crossover
Channels 1,2 & 3 set colour
80
204
Blue-Yellow Wave Reverse
77
196
Blue-Yellow Wave Forward
73
188
Green-Magenta Wave Reverse
70
180
Green-Magenta Wave Forward
67
172
Red-Cyan / AnyCol/Op Colour Wave Forward
10
64
164
Red-Cyan / AnyCol/Op Colour Wave Reverse
9
61
156
Black-White / AnyColour Wave Forward
58
148
Black-White / AnyColour Wave Reverse
55
140
Random Cols. Chase 1 Crossfade, Chase 2 Snap
52
132
Rainbow 2 Crossfade Forward
48
124
Rainbow 2 Crossfade Reverse
7
45
116
Rainbow Crossfade Forward
6
42
108
Rainbow Crossfade Reverse
39
100
“Follow 3” 18 Contrasting Colours Reverse
36
92
“Follow 3” 18 Contrasting Colours Forward
33
84
18 Crossfading Colours Reverse
30
76
18 Crossfading Colours Forward
27
68
White/AnyColour/AutoColour Cascade Reverse
23
60
White/AnyColour/AutoColour Cascade Forward
20
52
6 Crossfading Pastel Colours
17
44
Colour Wipes
2
14
36
6 Crossfading Colours
1
11
28
6 Separate Colours
12
11
8
5
4
3
0
Channels 1,2 & 3 set colour
All 3 at 0% = Red-Cyan
Channels 1,2 & 3 set colour
All 3 at 0% = White
Wider primary colours to
compensate for extra diffusion
Equal width primary &
secondary colours
Channels 1,2 & 3 set colour
All 3 at 0% = White.
All 3 at 100% = Auto Colour Change
8
20
Red Green Blue Bar Graphs Reverse
Use Channels 1,2 & 3
5
12
Red Green Blue Bar Graphs Forward
Use Channels 1,2 & 3
0
0
No Chase
CHROMAZONE Channel Assignment Tables
(3) 6 Channel Mode
1
2
3
4
5
6
(9) 10 Channel Mode
All Red
All Green
All Blue
Chase Select (see Chase Table)
Chase Speed
Chase Level
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
All Red
All Green
All Blue
Chase 1 Select (see Chase Table)
Chase 1 Speed
Chase 1 Level
Chase 2 Select (see Chase Table)
Chase 2 Speed
Chase 2 Level
Global Grand Master
36 Channel Mode
ChromaZone 6
Fixture 1 of 2
ChromaZone 12
Fixture 2 of 2
1
2
3
Red 1
Green 1
Blue 1
19
20
21
Red 1
Green 1
Blue 1
1
2
3
Fixture 1 Red 1
Fixture 1 Green 1
Fixture 1 Blue 1
16
17
18
Red 6
Green 6
Blue 6
34
35
36
Red 6
Green 6
Blue 6
34
35
36
Fixture 1 Red 12
Fixture 1 Green 12
Fixture 1 Blue 12
42 Channel Mode
ChromaZone 6
Fixture 1 of 2
1-6
7
8
9
22
23
24
ChromaZone 12
Fixture 2 of 2
as 6 Channel Mode
Red 1
Green 1
Blue 1
Red 6
Green 6
Blue 6
1-6
25
26
27
40
41
42
as 6 Channel Mode
Red 1
Green 1
Blue 1
Red 6
Green 6
Blue 6
1-6
7
8
9
as 6 Channel Mode
Fixture 1 Red 1
Fixture 1 Green 1
Fixture 1 Blue 1
40
41
42
Fixture 1 Red 12
Fixture 1 Green 12
Fixture 1 Blue 12
46 Channel Mode
ChromaZone 6
Fixture 1 of 2
1-9
10
as 9 Channel Mode
36 x RGB Grand Master
OR Global Grand Master
ChromaZone 12
Fixture 2 of 2
1-9
10
as 9 Channel Mode
36 x RGB Grand Master
OR Global Grand Master
1-9
10
as 9 Channel Mode
36 x RGB Grand Master
OR Global Grand Master
11
12
13
Red 1
Green 1
Blue 1
29
30
31
Red 1
Green 1
Blue 1
11
12
13
Fixture 1 Red 1
Fixture 1 Green 1
Fixture 1 Blue 1
26
27
28
Red 6
Green 6
Blue 6
44
45
46
Red 6
Green 6
Blue 6
44
45
46
Fixture 1 Red 12
Fixture 1 Green 12
Fixture 1 Blue 12
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read the Product Instruction Leaflet and this Safety Instructions Leaflet before attempting
to install or operate this apparatus.
Keep this leaflet and the Product Instruction Leaflet for future reference.
Observe ALL warnings indicated by the symbol,
and on the apparatus.
both in the Product Instruction Leaflet
Follow ALL instructions given in the Product Instruction and this Safety Leaflet. Failure to
do so may result in serious injury or death.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs, auxiliary
outputs, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer (Pulsar Light of
Cambridge Ltd. UK).
Use only with the stand/bracket or other mounting arrangement specified in the Product
Instruction Leaflet. In case of doubt, consult with the manufacturer (Pulsar Light of
Cambridge Ltd. UK).
Unplug this apparatus before lightning storms or when unused for long periods.
Refer all servicing to suitably qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power supply cord or plug damaged,
liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
Clean only with a DRY cloth.
Protect the apparatus from dripping and splashing.
DO NOT place objects containing liquids on the apparatus.
DO NOT use this apparatus near water or in a condensing atmosphere, unless explicitly
stated in the Product Instruction Leaflet.
DO NOT block any of the ventilation openings. Install the apparatus as specified in the
Instruction Leaflet.
DO NOT defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized
plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding-type plug has two blades
and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is for YOUR safety. If the
provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete unit.
Mains Supply Cable Colours
Green / Yellow =
Earth / Ground
Brown = Live / Phase / Hot
Blue = Neutral / Grounded Conductor
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