LED-WAV-100W

LED-WAV-100W
LED-WAV-100W
User Manual
Please read the instruction carefully before use
CONTENTS
1. Safety Instruction ................................................................................... 2
2. Technical Specification ........................................................................... 3
3. How To Set The Unit ............................................................................... 4
3.1 Control Panel ................................................................................... 4
3.2 Lens Installation ............................................................................... 5
3.3 Main Function .................................................................................. 6
4. How To Control The Unit ...................................................................... 10
4.1 Master/Slave Built In Preprogrammed Function ............................ 10
4.2 Easy Controller ............................................................................... 10
4.3 DMX Controller .............................................................................. 11
4.4 DMX 512 Configuration .................................................................. 11
4.5 DMX512 Connection ...................................................................... 12
5. Troubleshooting ................................................................................... 13
6. Fixture Cleaning ................................................................................... 14
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1. Safety Instruction
WARNING
Please read this instruction carefully which includes important
information about the installation, usage and maintenance.
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 cables during operation as high voltage may cause electric shock.
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Warning:
 To prevent or reduce the risk of electrical shock or fire, do not expose the unit to rain or
moisture.
 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 should be mounted via its Omega Quick Release Clamp bracket. Always ensure that the
unit is firmly fixed to avoid vibration and slipping while operating. Make sure that the structure
to which you are attaching the unit is secure and is able to support a weight of 10 times of the
fixtures weight. Also always use a safety cable that can hold 12 times of the weight of the unit
when installing the fixture.
The equipment must be installed by professionals. It must be installed in a place where is out of
the reach of people and no one can pass by or under it.
2. Technical Specification
◇ The “high power” LED Water wave effect, based on a 100W LED, is suitable for big clubs, stages,
and events
◇ Different working modes:
Standalone: no DMX-controller needed
Master/Slave: great synchronized shows, no DMX-controller required
DMX:3 channels (dimmer, speed, color)
◇ Color wheel with 5 colors plus open
◇ Two different beam angles (standard 44°or 29°)available
◇ LED display for easy navigation
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◇ High efficiency and low power consumption
◇ Input Voltage:
AC 100V~240V, 50/60Hz
◇ Power Consumption:
105W
◇ Light Source:
1 x 100W cold white LED
◇ Weight:
6.2Kgs
◇ Dimension:
309 x 271 x 210 mm
3. How To Set The Unit
3.1 Control Panel
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1. Only for remote control:
Connects to optional CA-8 to control the unit in Stand by, Function and Strobe/Blackout modes.
2. DMX IN:
DMX512 link, use 3-pin XLR cable to link the unit and the DMX controller
3. DMX OUT:
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DMX512 link, use 3-pin XLR cable to link the next unit and output DMX signal.
4. Fuse (T 3.15A):
Protects the unit from over-voltage or short circuit.
5. MAINS IN:
Connection from main power supply;
6. MAINS OUT:
Connection for main power supply to the next unit.
7. LED:
DMX
On
DMX input present
MASTER
On
Master Mode
SLAVE
On
Slave Mode
SOUND
Flashing
Sound activation
8. Button:
MENU
To select the programming functions
DOWN
To go backward in the selected functions
UP
To go forward in the selected functions
ENTER
To confirm the selected functions
9. Function Display:
To show the various menus and the selected functions;
3.2 Lens Installation
A. Product Items

User manual

29°lens
B. Mounting
You can install the unit on the truss or ceiling; Use clamps to fix the unit to truss. Always ensure
that the unit is firmly fixed to avoid vibration and slipping while operating. Always ensure that the
structure to which you are attaching the unit is secure. Also always use a safety cable that can hold
10 times of the weight of the unit when installing the fixture.
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C. Replace the lens
You could replace the other lens if you want to, as following picture.
You should screw the lens roller to take it down as NO.1, and bring the lens out as No.2. Then you
could replace the lens that you want to.
Notes: the lens roller has two slots for the lens; you should pay more attention that the latest slot
is for the 29°lens, and the far slot is for 44°lens.
3.3 Main Function
To select any of the given functions, press the MENU button up to when the required selection as
shown on the display. Select the function by the ENTER button and the display will blink. Use the
DOWN/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. Press and hold the MENU button for about one second or wait for one minute to exit the
menu mode.
The main functions are shown below:
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DMX 512 Address Setting
Press the MENU button up to when the
is shown on the display. Pressing ENTER button
and the display will blink. Use DOWN and UP button to change the DMX 512 address. Once the
address has been selected, press ENTER button to setup or automatically exit menu mode without
any change after one minute. Back to the previous functions without any change press MENU
button.
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Show Mode
Press the MENU button up to when the
is showing on the display. Pressing ENTER button
and the display will blink. Use DOWN and UP button to select the
(show 1) or
(Random show),
(show 2). Once the mode has been selected, press the ENTER button to setup
or automatically return to the main functions without any change after one minute. To go back to
the functions without any change press the MENU button again.
Slave Mode
Press the MENU button up to when the
is showing on the display. Pressing ENTER button
and the display will blink. Use DOWN and UP button to select the
master) ,
(set the fixture as slave 1) or
(set the fixture as
(set the fixture as slave 2). Once the mode
has been selected, press the ENTER button to setup or automatically return to the main functions
without any change after one minute. To go back to the functions without any change press the
MENU button again.
Display Inverse
Press MENU button until
(display normal) or
is blinking on the display. Use DOWN and UP button to select
(display inverse), press ENTER button to setup.
LED display
Press the MENU button up to when the
is shown on the display. Pressing ENTER button
and the display will blink. Use DOWN and UP button to select
(display always on) or
(display off 20 seconds after exit menu) mode. Once select, press ENTER button to setup or
exit menu mode without any change after one minute. Back to the functions without any change
press MENU button again.
Manual setting color
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Press the MENU button up to when the
is shown on the display. Pressing ENTER button,
and use DOWN and UP button to select
(0-255) or
(000-2555,clockwise/counterclockwise) , or
(000-255),press ENTER button to confirm and
use DOWN and UP button to adjust the value, once select press ENTER button to setup or
automatically exit menu mode without any change after one minute. To go back to the last
function without any change press the MENU button.
Self-test
Press the MENU button up to when the
is shown on the display, Pressing ENTER button to
run the auto test. Back to the functions without any change press MENU button.
Back to the functions without any change press MENU button.
Temperature Test
Press the MENU button up to when the
is blinking on the display. Pressing ENTER button
and the display will show the temperature of the unit. To go back to the functions press the MENU
button again.
Fixture Hours
Press the MENU button up to when the
is blinking on the display. Pressing 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.
Software version
Press the MENU button up to when the
is showing on the display. Pressing ENTER button
and the display will show the version of software of the unit. To go back to the functions press the
MENU button again.
Factory reset all channels
Press the MENU button up to when the
is shown on the display, press ENTER button to
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setup. Back to the functions without any change press MENU button.
4. How To Control The Unit
You can operate the unit in three ways:
1. By master/slave built-in preprogram function
2. By easy controller
3. By DMX controller
No need to turn the unit off when you change the DMX address, as new DMX address setting will
be effected at once. Every time you turn the unit on, it will show “CP21” on the display and move
all the motors to their ‘home’ position. After that the unit will be ready to receive DMX signal or
run the built in programs.
4.1 Master/Slave Built In Preprogrammed Function
The fixture will allow you to link 2 fixtures together and operate without a controller. In
Master/Slave mode, the first fixture whose DMX input jack has with nothing connect need to set
as master and the other unit need to set as slave 1 via menu, then the first unit will control the
other to give an automatic and synchronized light show. This function is good when you want an
instant show. Any fixture can act as a Master or as a Slave.
4.2 Easy Controller
The easy remote control is used only in master/slave mode. By connecting to
the 1/4” microphone jack of the first unit, you will find that the remote
controller on the first unit will control all the other units for Stand by, Function
and Mode selection.
Stand By
Blackout the unit
Function
1. Fast Sync. Strobe
2. Medium Sync. Strobe
Show 0 - 2
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3. Slow Sync. Strobe
LED OFF
Mode
LED blinking
4.3 DMX Controller
Use universal DMX controller to control the units, you have to set DMX address from 1 to 512
channel so that the units can receive DMX signal.
Press the MENU button up to when the
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 one minute 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.
3 channels:
4.4 DMX 512 Configuration
3 Channel Mode:
CHANNEL
1
2
3
VALUE
FUNCTIONS
DIMMER
0  100%
Diamond Wheel
Stop
CW Rotation: fast  slow
Stop
CCW Rotation: slow  fast
Stop
Color Wheel
Open
Open  Color 1
Color 1
Color 1  Color 2
Color 2
Color 2  Color 3
000 ~ 255
000 ~ 009
010 ~ 120
121~ 134
135 ~ 245
246 ~ 255
000 ~ 010
010 ~ 021
022~ 032
033 ~ 043
044 ~ 054
055 ~ 065
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066 ~ 076
077~ 087
088 ~ 098
099 ~ 109
110 ~ 120
121 ~ 127
Color 3
Color 3  Color 4
Color 4
Color 4  Color 5
Color 5
Color 5  Open
Continuous Rotation
CW Rotation: fast  slow
Stop
CCW Rotation: slow  fast
128~ 187
188 ~ 196
197 ~ 255
4.5 DMX512 Connection
The DMX512 is widely used in intelligent lighting control, with a maximum of 512 channels.
ATTENTION
Termination reduces signal errors and to avoid signal transmission problems
and interference. It is always advisable to connect a DMX terminal (Resistance
120 ohm 1/4W between pin2 (DMX-) and pin3 (DMX+) of the last fixture).
1. If you using a controller with 5 pins DMX output, you need to use a 5 to 3 pin adapter-cable.
2. The last units DMX cable has to be terminated with a 120 ohm 1/4W resistor between pin
2(DMX-) and pin 3(DMX+) of a 3-pin XLR-plug and plug it in the DMX-output of the last unit.
3. Connect the unit together in a `daisy chain` by XLR plug from the output of the unit to the
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input of the next unit. The cable can not branched or split to a `Y` cable. DMX 512 is a very
high-speed signal. Inadequate or damaged cables, soldered joints or corroded connectors can
easily distort the signal and shut down the system.
4. The DMX output and input connectors are pass-through to maintain the DMX circuit, when
one of the units’ power is disconnected.
5. Each fixture unit 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).
6. The end of the DMX 512 system should be terminated to reduce signal errors.
7. 3 pin XLR connectors are more popular than 5 pin XLR.
3 pin XLR: Pin 1: GND, Pin 2: Negative signal (-), Pin 3: Positive signal (+)
5 pin XLR: Pin 1: GND, Pin 2: Negative signal (-), Pin 3: Positive signal (+),
Pin 4/Pin 5: Not used.
5. 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.
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.
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C. Some units don’t respond to the easy controller
1. You may have a break in the DMX cabling. Check the LED for the response of the master/
slave mode signal.
2. Wrong DMX address in the unit. Set the proper address.
D. No response to the sound
1. Make sure the unit does not receive DMX signal.
2. Check microphone to see if it is good by tapping the microphone.
3. Make sure the fixture is not set into Blackout mode
E. 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.
6. Fixture Cleaning
The cleaning 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.
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Declaration of Conformity
We declare that our products (lighting equipments) comply with the following
specification and bears CE mark in accordance with the provision of the
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive 2004/108/EC.
EN55103-1: 2009 ; EN55103-2: 2009;
EN61000-3-2: 2006 + A1:2009 + A2:2009; EN61000-3-3: 2008.
&
Harmonized Standard
EN 60598-1:2008 + All:2009; EN 60598-2-17:1989 + A2:1991;
EN 62471:2008; EN 62493: 2010
Safety of household and similar electrical appliances
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