LXMH10003
7 X 15 W OSRAM 4-IN-1 LED MOVING HEAD
USER MANUAL
LXMH10003
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USER MANUAL
1.
Introduction
To all residents of the European Union
Important environmental information about this product
This symbol on the device or the package indicates that disposal of the device after its lifecycle
could harm the environment. Do not dispose of the unit (or batteries) as unsorted municipal
waste; it should be taken to a specialized company for recycling. This device should be returned
to your distributor or to a local recycling service. Respect the local environmental rules.
If in doubt, contact your local waste disposal authorities.
Thank you for choosing Luxibel®! Please read the manual thoroughly before bringing this device into
service. If the device was damaged in transit, do not install or use it and contact your dealer.
2.
Safety Instructions
Be very careful during the installation: touching live wires can cause life-threatening
electroshocks.
Always disconnect mains power when device not in use or when servicing or
maintenance activities are performed. Handle the power cord by the plug only.
Indoor use only. Keep this device away from rain, moisture, splashing and dripping
liquids. Never put objects filled with liquids on top of or close to the device.
Keep this device away from children and unauthorized users.
Caution: device heats up during use.
Do not stare directly at the light source, as this may cause
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epileptic seizure in sensitive people
temporarily loss of sight (flash blindness)
permanent (irreversible) eye damage.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside the device. Refer to an authorized dealer for
service and/or spare parts.
Respect a minimum distance of 0.5 m between the device’s light output and any
illuminated surface.
This is a Safety Class 1 device. It is therefore essential that the device be earthed. Have
a qualified person carry out the electric connection.
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Make sure that the available voltage does not exceed the voltage stated in the specifications of this
manual.
Do not crimp the power cord and protect it against damage. Have an authorised dealer replace it if
necessary.
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Use an appropriate safety cable to fix the device (e.g. VDLSC7N or VDLSC8N).
Install the device at a minimal distance of 0.5 m from flammable and explosive objects or
substances.
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The maximum ambient temperature is 40 °C. Do not operate the device at higher temperatures.
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General Guidelines
Refer to the Velleman® Service and Quality Warranty on the last pages of this manual.
Keep this device away from dust and extreme temperatures. Make sure the ventilation
openings are clear at all times. For sufficient air circulation, leave at least 1" (± 2.5 cm)
in front of the openings.
Protect this device from shocks and abuse. Avoid brute force when operating the device.
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Familiarise yourself with the functions of the device before actually using it. Do not allow operation
by unqualified people. Any damage that may occur will most probably be due to unprofessional use
of the device.
All modifications of the device are forbidden for safety reasons. Damage caused by user modifications
to the device is not covered by the warranty.
Only use the device for its intended purpose. All other uses may lead to short circuits, burns,
electroshocks, lamp explosion, crash, etc. Using the device in an unauthorised way will void the
warranty.
Damage caused by disregard of certain guidelines in this manual is not covered by the warranty and
the dealer will not accept responsibility for any ensuing defects or problems.
Mechanical wear and LEDs are not covered by warranty.
A qualified technician should install and service this device.
Do not switch the device on immediately after it has been exposed to changes in temperature.
Protect the device against damage by leaving it switched off until it has reached room temperature.
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This device is designed for professional use on stage, in discos, theatres, etc. The device should only
be used indoors with an alternating current of 100-240 V~, 50/60 Hz.
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Lighting effects are not designed for permanent operation: regular operation breaks will prolong their
lives.
Use the original packaging if the device is to be transported.
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Product images are for illustrative purposes only.
Keep this manual for future reference.
Features
DMX channels: 19/50/18/20
super-fast, smooth and silent movement
7 LEDs with pixel control
RGBW four-colour mixing creates vivid, saturated and uniform colour effects
pre-set colour temperature at 2700 K, 3200 K, 4200 K, 5600 K and 8000 K
zoom from 10° to 60°
full-range 0-100 % dimmer
various strobe effects
RDM (Remote Device Management) function to change DMX address, display flip, X/Y reverse…
software upgrade via DMX
adjustable sleep mode when DMX signal is lost
temperature indication for base, arm and lamp
fan speed changes automatically depending on temperature
heat pipe for cooling
W-DMX for wireless DMX transmission
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5.
Mounting and Connection
Choose a suitable mounting spot. Mount the device in the desired angle using the included bracket.
Connect the power cord to the mains. Disconnect after use.
5.1
Mounting the Device
 Have the device installed by a qualified person, respecting EN 60598-2-17 and all other applicable norms.
 The carrying construction must be able to support 10 times the weight of the device for 1 hour
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without deforming.
The installation must always be secured with a secondary attachment e.g. a safety cable.
Never stand directly below the device when it is being mounted, removed or serviced. Have a
qualified technician check the device once a year and once before you bring it into service.
Install the device in a location with few passers-by that is inaccessible to unauthorised persons.
Overhead mounting requires extensive experience: calculating workload limits, determining the
installation material to be used… Have the material and the device itself checked regularly. Do not
attempt to install the device yourself if you lack these qualifications as improper installation may
result in injuries.
For truss mounting, use an appropriate clamp (not incl.) and fit an M10 bolt through the centre of the
(folded) bracket.
Adjust the desired inclination angle via the mounting bracket and tighten the bracket screws.
Make sure there is no flammable material within a 0.5 m radius of the device.
Have a qualified electrician carry out the electric connection.
Connect the device to the mains with the power plug. All devices must be powered directly off a
grounded switched circuit. Do not connect to a dimmer pack.
The device has a power output to supply power to another device. When connecting several devices
in a daisy chain via this output, make sure that the total current does not exceed the power line’s
nominal current. Use power cables with an adequate section.
The installation has to be approved by an expert before the device is taken into service.
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Install the clamp onto the Omega bracket.
Install the clamp-bracket assembly onto the device.
Install the assembly onto an appropriate truss and fasten. Secure with a secondary safety rope.
5.2
Connecting the Device
Power
Connect the device to the mains with the power plug.
Power all devices directly off a grounded switched circuit.
Do not connect the device to a rheostat or dimmer circuit, even when using the rheostat or dimmer
channel solely for 0 % to 100 % switching.
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Have a qualified electrician carry out the electric connection.
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DMX-512 Connection
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When applicable, connect an XLR cable to the female XLR output of a controller (not incl.) and the
other side to the male XLR input of the device. Multiple devices can be linked through serial linking.
The linking cable shall be a dual core, screened cable with XLR input and output connectors.
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A DMX terminator is recommended for installations where the DMX cable has to run a long distance or is
in an electrically noisy environment (e.g. discos). The terminator prevents corruption of the digital
control signal by electrical noise. The DMX terminator is simply an XLR plug with a 120 Ω resistor
between pins 2 and 3, which is then plugged into the XLR output socket of the last device in the chain.
terminator
How to turn the controller line from 3-pins into 5-pins (plug and socket).
6.
Operation
The device can be used in the following modes:
 stand-alone mode
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master/slave mode
with a DMX-512 controller.
6.1
Control Panel
Access the control panel functions using the four panel buttons located around the display:
Button
MENU
ENTER
Function
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return to a previous menu option
select menu option
store the current menu or option within the menu
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Button
Function
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UP
DOWN
scroll through the menu options in ascending order
increase value
scroll through the menu options in descending order
decrease value
Menu
Connect
DMX Address
DMX address
XXX
setting
①
Wireless
Wireless①
Max
Enabled
80~139℃, 90℃ /176~282℉, 194℉
Lamp off if
temperature
①
continuously
Light
Temperature
over for 5
minutes
Lamp Adjust
PAN……
Adjust value of
each channels
①
Time Info.
Current
XXXX(Hours)
Fixture Life XXXX(Hours)
Fixture boot
time
Fixture total
run time
Temperature
Near Lamp Temp (depends on fixture)
Temperature
Information
Sensors
Fans Speed
Near Lamp Fan (depends on fixture)
Fan speed
Sensors
Channel
PAN……
Display value
Value
Error
of channel
Pan,Tilt……
Error channels
xxxxxxxxxxxx
Display model
Message
Fixture Model
brand and
model
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Software Ver
1U01 V1.0.00
Version of each
2U01 V1.0.00
IC
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Reset
Movment
All
Reset all
Pan&Tilt
Reset Pan&Tilt
Others
Reset Others
Pan Reverse①
ON/OFF
Pan Reverse
Tilt Reverse①
ON/OFF
Tilt Reverse
Pan Degree①
630/540
Choose Pan
Encoders①
ON/OFF
Degree
Pan/Tilt Mode①
Stand/Smooth
Encoder wheel
on/off
Choose pan/tilt
mode
Set
UI Set
Mic Sens. ③
0~99%,60%
Sensitivity of
No Signal①
Close/Hold/Auto/Music
Mic
Temperature. C/F①
Fahrenheit /Celsius
Mode when no
Fans Mode①
Auto Speed /High Speed
signal
Hibernation①
OFF, 01M~99M,15M
Temperature at
℃/℉
Flip Display①
02~60m 02m
ON/OFF
00~31 10
Display Bright③
ON/OFF
Sleeping mode
ON/OFF
En/简/繁/Fr/Sp
Show backlight
Backlight①
Brand Show①
Fans mode
time
Key Lock①
Display 180°
Language①
reverse
Display
Brightness
Show brand or
not
Key lock on/off
Language
Select
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Users
User Mode①
Standard
Standard mode
Extended
Extended mode
Basic-8bit
Basic-8bit
Basic-16bit
mode
User
Basic-16bit
mode
User program
mode
Edit User③
Max Channel = XX
Edit users
PAN = CH01
mode
:
Calibration③
=XXX
-Password-
=XXX
Pan..
Password: 050
Calibrate
channel value
Fixture ID③
Name
Name
-Password-
Password: 050
PID Code
Wireless Set
DMX On Cable
①
Reset Connect
Reload
Default
Program
Play①
Set PID of RDM
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
DMX Send Out
Reset Connect
Basic Reload(①)
ON/OFF
Program Reload(②)
ON/OFF
---Password---
XXX
Private Reload(③)
ON/OFF
All Reload
ON/OFF
DMX Receive
Basic Reload
Program
Reload
Password: 050
Private Reload
All Reload
DMX Receive
Slave Receive
Slave Receive 1,2,3
Choose slave
Sequence
Master / Alone
position
Music
Master / Alone
Run Sequence
Music mode
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Select Chase
Chase Part 1
Chase 1 ~ 8 Chase 1
Select and run
②
Chase Part 2
Chase 1 ~ 8 Chase 2
auto program
Chase Part 3
Chase 1 ~ 8 Chase 3
Chase 1
Chase Test
:
Step 01
Chase 8
Step 64
Edit Chase②
=SCxxx
=SCxxx
Test
Beginning
scene
Ending scene
Edit Scenes②
=xxx
=xxx
=xxx
Edit Scene
Pan,Tilt,……
Input manual
001
--Fade
~ Edit Scene
Time--
Modify
250
--Secne
manually
Time--
fading time
DMX Input
Modify
scene
manually
scene time
Input scene
from exterior
controller
Scenes
ScXX=>ScXX
Auto Input
Record
scenes
Remarks
xxxx
①
②
③
default setting
basic relaod
programme reload
private reload
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6.2
Stand-Alone Mode
The device starts running in stand-alone mode after connection to the mains. This mode allows you to
use the device without controller.
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Connect the device to the mains to switch it on.
2.
Press MENU to enter the menu.
3.
Select an option with UP or DOWN and press ENTER to confirm.
6.3
Master/Slave Mode
Notes
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The master/slave mode allows for connecting several devices to a single master device in a daisy chain.
All slave devices will then work synchronously with the master device.
Configure all slave units before connecting the master unit to the daisy chain.
The maximum number of slave units you can connect to a master unit is 9.
Slave units:
1.
Connect the DMX input from your slave device to the DMX output of the previous device in the chain.
2.
Connect the slave device to the mains to switch it on.
3.
Press MENU to enter the menu.
4.
Select the slave mode with UP or DOWN and press ENTER to confirm.
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Repeat these steps for all slave units.
Master unit
1.
Connect the master device to the mains to switch it on.
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Press MENU to enter the menu.
3.
Select the master mode with UP or DOWN and press ENTER to confirm.
4.
Set the master unit to work in one of the running modes.
5.
Connect the master unit as the first unit in the chain by connecting the DMX output of the master
device to the DMX input of the first slave unit.
6.4
DMX Mode
The DMX mode allows you to control the device with any universal DMX controller.
 All DMX-controlled devices need a digital start address so that the correct device responds to the
signals. This digital start address is the channel number from which the device starts to “listen” to
the DMX controller. The same starting address can be used for a whole group of devices or an
individual address can be set for every device.
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When all devices have the same address, all the units will “listen” to the control signal on one
particular channel. In other words: changing the settings of one channel will affect all devices
simultaneously. If you set individual addresses, each device will “listen” to a separate channel
number. Changing the settings of one channel will only affect the device in question.
To set the device to work with a DMX controller:
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Press MENU to enter the menu.
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Use UP and DOWN to select the user mode and press ENTER.
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Press MENU until <DMX Address> is displayed and press ENTER.
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Use UP and DOWN to set the DMX start address and press ENTER.
Start addresses
Use the table below to define the correct address. The table shows the settings for units 1 to 3. Apply the
same principle for the other units. Example:
channel mode
20
start address
channel
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1
1 - 20
2nd unit
21 (1 + 20)
21 - 40
11
3rd unit
41 (21 + 20)
41 - 60
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DMX Channel Values
St
1
2
3
channel
Ex
B1
1
1
2
3
2
4
5
3
function
B2
1
2
3
4
5
pan
pan fine
tilt
tilt fine
movement speed
6
movement function
4
7
shutter function
5
8
shutter
4
6
shutter
6
9
5
7
dimmer
7
10
6
8
virtual colour
function
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to
description
0
255
pan coarse
0
255
0
255
tilt coarse
0
255
0
255
from fast to slow
0
15
normal
16
31
movement with back-out
32
255
TBD
0
15
normal shutter functions
16
31
pulse effect forward
32
17
pulse effect reverse
48
63
random strobe
64
255
TBD
normal shutter functions
0
31
close
32
223
strobe rate from slow to fast
224
255
open
pulse effect forward
0
31
close
32
223
strobe rate from slow to fast
224
255
open
pulse effect reverse
0
31
close
32
223
strobe rate from slow to fast
224
255
open
random strobe
0
31
close
32
223
strobe rate from slow to fast
224
255
open
0
31
shutter closed
32
63
no function (shutter open)
64
95
strobe from slow to fast
96
127
no function (shutter open)
128
159
pulse effect in sequences
160
191
no function (shutter open)
192
223
random strobe from slow to fast
224
255
no function (shutter open)
0
255
from 0-100 %
0
15
on function
16
31
CTC function
32
47
forward spin
48
63
reverse spin
64
79
continuous
80
111
colour bounce
112
255
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11
7
9
virtual colour 1
9
12
8
10
virtual colour 2
(only on
colour bounce)
10
11
12
13
14
13
14
15
16
17
9
10
11
12
13
11
12
13
14
15
red all
green all
blue all
white all
zoom
15
18
14
16
foreground
16
19
15
17
background
17
20
16
18
pattern
18
21
17
19
pattern speed
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0
223
224
231
232
239
240
247
248
255
forward spin
0
255
reverse spin
0
255
continuous and
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
46
47
88
89
130
131
172
173
214
215
255
colour bounce
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
46
47
88
89
130
131
172
173
214
215
255
0
255
0
255
0
255
0
255
0
255
0
15
16
255
0
15
16
255
0
15
16
31
32
255
pattern control
0
252
pattern effect
0
255
13
colour temp correction 2000>2700 K
white 3200 K
white 4200 K
white 5600 K
white 8000 K
rainbow effect from slow to fast
rainbow effect from slow to fast
colour bounce
black
red
green
blue
white
R 0 %, G up, B 100 %, W 0 %
R 0 %, G 100 %, B down, W 0 %
R up, G 100 %, B 0 %, W 0 %
R 100 %, G down, B 0 %, W 0 %
R 100 %, G 0 %p, B up, W 0 %
R down, G 0 %, B 100 %, W 0 %
black
red
green
blue
white
R 0 %, G up, B 100 %, W 0 %
R 0 %, G 100 %, B down, W 0 %
R up, G 100 %, B 0 %, W 0 %
R 100 %, G down, B 0 %, W 0 %
R 100 %, G 0 %p, B up, W 0 %
R down, G 0 %, B 100 %, W 0 %
red from 0-100 %
green from 0-100 %
blue from 0-100 %
white from 0-100 %
zoom from small to big angle
no function
foreground colour
no function
background colour
on pattern
pattern control
pattern effect 1-14
picture effect 1-250
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pattern byte 1
bit
bit
bit
bit
bit
bit
bit
bit
pattern byte 2
pattern byte 3
pattern byte 4
19
22
red pixel 1
23
green pixel 1
24
blue pixel 1
25
white pixel 1
…
…
46
red pixel 7
47
green pixel 7
48
blue pixel 7
49
white pixel 7
50
18
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0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
128
0
128
0
128
0
128
…
…
0
128
0
128
0
128
0
128
0
8
16
24
48
56
64
72
80
88
96
14
255
1
2
4
8
16
32
64
128
255
255
255
127
255
127
255
127
255
127
255
…
…
127
255
127
255
127
255
127
255
7
15
23
47
55
63
71
79
87
95
255
direct access to pattern of LED
bit 0 = LED 1 red switch
bit 1 = LED 1 green switch
bit 2 = LED 1 blue switch
bit 3 = LED 1 white switch
bit 4 = LED 2 red switch
bit 5 = LED 2 green switch
bit 6 = LED 2 blue switch
bit 7 = LED 2 white switch
direct access to pattern of LED
direct access to pattern of LED
direct access to pattern of LED
LED off
LED on
LED off
LED on
LED off
LED on
LED off
LED on
…
…
LED off
LED on
LED off
LED on
LED off
LED on
LED off
LED on
normal
reset all
pan and tilt reset
TBD
other reset
display off
display on
TBD
TBD
hibernation
TBD
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7.
Unique Features
7.1
RDM
The Remote Device Management allows the user to control the device from a distance. Every single
device features a unique RDM code. It is suggested not to change this code.
7.2
Software Upgrade
New software can be uploaded into the device through a DMX cable and an upgrade box. The upgrade
box is not included. Please contact your dealer for more information.
7.3
Hibernation Mode
The device enters the hibernation mode if it is switched on but does not receive any DMX signal. The
device will return to normal mode as soon as a DMX signal is received.
7.4
Reverse Display
Simultaneously hold the UP and DOWN buttons pressed for 3 seconds to flip the display.
8.
Cleaning and Maintenance
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All screws should be tightened and free of corrosion.
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Mechanically moving parts must not show any signs of wear and tear.
The electric power supply cables must not show any damage. Have a qualified technician maintain
the device.
Disconnect the device from the mains prior to maintenance activities. Let the device cool down.
Wipe the device regularly with a moist, lint-free cloth. Do not use alcohol or solvents.
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The housing, the lenses, the mounting supports and the installation location (e.g. ceiling, suspension,
trussing) should not be deformed, modified or tampered with; e.g. do not drill extra holes in
mounting supports, do not change the location of the connections…
Do not immerse the device in any liquid.
There are no user-serviceable parts, apart from the fuse.
Contact your dealer for spare parts if necessary.
Replacing the Fuse
Only replace the fuse by a fuse of the same type and rating.
1.
Before replacing the fuse, unplug the mains lead.
2.
Unscrew the fuse holder with an appropriate screwdriver.
3.
Remove the old fuse and install the new fuse in the fuse holder.
4.
Place the fuse holder back in the housing and tighten it.
9.
Technical Specifications
power supply ................................................................... 100-240 V~, 50/60 Hz
power consumption ................................................................................. 125 W
dimensions ........................................................................ 249 x 179 x 369 mm
weight ...................................................................................................... 6 kg
fuse .............................................................................................. T2 A, 250 V
source
light source .................................................................. 7x 15 W 4-in-1 LEDs
LED life ........................................................................................ 60.000 h
luminous flux ......................................................... 3500 lm, 9700 lux @ 3 m
control ...................................................................... remote on/off via DMX
ballast ............................................................ switching-mode power supply
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optical system
beam angle .................................................................................. 6° to 60°
X/Y
pan ............................................................630° (1.45 sec) or 540°(1.2 sec)
tilt ...................................................................................... 265° (0.72 sec)
16-bit resolution
auto repositioning
3-phase motor for fast and quiet movement
display
2.4” LCD display with English/Chinese/French/Spanish menu
auto lock
flipped display
Use this device with original accessories only. Velleman nv cannot be held responsible in the
event of damage or injury resulting from (incorrect) use of this device. For more info
concerning this product and the latest version of this manual, please visit our website
www.luxibel.com. The information in this manual is subject to change without prior notice.
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The copyright to this manual is owned by Velleman nv. All worldwide rights reserved. No part
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without the prior written consent of the copyright holder.
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Velleman® Service and Quality Warranty
Since its foundation in 1972, Velleman® acquired extensive experience in the electronics world
and currently distributes its products in over 85 countries.
All our products fulfil strict quality requirements and legal stipulations in the EU. In order to
ensure the quality, our products regularly go through an extra quality check, both by an
internal quality department and by specialized external organisations. If, all precautionary
measures notwithstanding, problems should occur, please make appeal to our warranty (see
guarantee conditions).
General Warranty Conditions Concerning Consumer Products (for EU):
• All consumer products are subject to a 24-month warranty on production flaws and defective
material as from the original date of purchase.
• Velleman® can decide to replace an article with an equivalent article, or to refund the retail
value totally or partially when the complaint is valid and a free repair or replacement of the
article is impossible, or if the expenses are out of proportion.
You will be delivered a replacing article or a refund at the value of 100% of the purchase price
in case of a flaw occurred in the first year after the date of purchase and delivery, or a
replacing article at 50% of the purchase price or a refund at the value of 50% of the retail
value in case of a flaw occurred in the second year after the date of purchase and delivery.
• Not covered by warranty:
- all direct or indirect damage caused after delivery to the article (e.g. by oxidation, shocks,
falls, dust, dirt, humidity...), and by the article, as well as its contents (e.g. data loss),
compensation for loss of profits;
- consumable goods, parts or accessories that are subject to an aging process during normal
use, such as batteries (rechargeable, non-rechargeable, built-in or replaceable), lamps, rubber
parts, drive belts... (unlimited list);
- flaws resulting from fire, water damage, lightning, accident, natural disaster, etc.…;
- flaws caused deliberately, negligently or resulting from improper handling, negligent
maintenance, abusive use or use contrary to the manufacturer’s instructions;
- damage caused by a commercial, professional or collective use of the article (the warranty
validity will be reduced to six (6) months when the article is used professionally);
- damage resulting from an inappropriate packing and shipping of the article;
- all damage caused by modification, repair or alteration performed by a third party without
written permission by Velleman®.
• Articles to be repaired must be delivered to your Velleman® dealer, solidly packed
(preferably in the original packaging), and be completed with the original receipt of purchase
and a clear flaw description.
• Hint: In order to save on cost and time, please reread the manual and check if the flaw is
caused by obvious causes prior to presenting the article for repair. Note that returning a nondefective article can also involve handling costs.
• Repairs occurring after warranty expiration are subject to shipping costs.
• The above conditions are without prejudice to all commercial warranties.
The above enumeration is subject to modification according to the article
(see article’s manual).
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Legen Heirweg 33, 9890 Gavere, Belgium
www.velleman.eu
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