Robe Robin BMFL WashBeam User Manual

Robe Robin BMFL WashBeam User Manual
Version 2.0
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Robin BMFL WashBeam
Table of contents
1. Safety instructions.......................................................................................................... 3
2. Operating determination................................................................................................. 4
3. Fixture exterior view ...................................................................................................... 5
4. Installation....................................................................................................................... 6
4.1 Connection to the mains............................................................................................. 6
4.2 Installing the lamp....................................................................................................... 7
4.3 Lamp adjustment ........................................................................................................ 7
4.4 Replacing colour filters................................................................................................ 8
4.5 Replacing rotating gobos ........................................................................................... 9
4.6 Installing BMFL handles for the Follow Spot Mode .................................................. 11
4.7 Replacing heavy frost ............................................................................................... 11
4.8 Rigging the fixture..................................................................................................... 13
4.9 DMX-512 connection................................................................................................. 16
4.10 Ethernet connection................................................................................................ 17
5. Remotely controllable functions.................................................................................. 19
6. Control menu map......................................................................................................... 21
7. Control menu ................................................................................................................ 24
7.1 Tab " Address"........................................................................................................... 25
7.2 Tab "Information"....................................................................................................... 26
7.3 Tab "Personality"....................................................................................................... 28
7.4 Tab "Manual Control"................................................................................................. 30
7.5 Tab "Stand-alone" ..................................................................................................... 30
7.6 Tab "Service"............................................................................................................. 31
7.7 Icon "Lamp menu"..................................................................................................... 35
8. RDM................................................................................................................................ 35
9. Wireless DMX operation............................................................................................... 36
10. Error and information messages............................................................................... 37
11. Technical Specifications............................................................................................. 40
12. Maintenance and cleaning.......................................................................................... 49
12.1 Disposing of the product.........................................................................................50
13. Changelog.................................................................................................................... 50
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CAUTION!
Keep this device away from rain and moisture!
Unplug mains lead before opening the housing!
FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY, PLEASE READ THIS USER MANUAL CAREFULLY
BEFORE YOU INITIAL START - UP!
1. Safety instructions
Every person involved with installation and maintenance of this device have to:
- be qualified
- follow the instructions of this manual
CAUTION!
Be careful with your operations.
With a high voltage you can suffer
a dangerous electric shock when touching the wires!
This device has left our premises in absolutely perfect condition. In order to maintain this condition and to ensure a safe operation, it is absolutely necessary for the user to follow the safety instructions and warning notes
written in this manual.
Important:
The manufacturer will not accept liability for any resulting damages caused by the non-observance of this
manual or any unauthorized modification to the device.
Please consider that damages caused by manual modifications to the device are not subject to warranty.
During the operation the housing becomes hot). Allow the fixture to cool approximately 20 minutes prior to
manipulate with it.
Make sure that the available voltage is not higher than stated on the rear panel.
WARNING! This unit does not contain an ON/OFF switch. Always disconnect power input cable
to completely remove power from unit when not in use or before cleaning or servicing the fixture.
Make sure that the power-cord is never crimped or damaged by sharp edges. Check the device and the power-cord from time to time.
Always disconnect from the mains, when the device is not in use or before cleaning it. Only handle the power-cord by the plug. Never pull out the plug by tugging the power cord.
This device falls under protection class I. Therefore it is essential to connect the yellow/green conductor to earth.
The electric connection, repairs and servicing must be carried out by a qualified employee.
Do not connect this device to a dimmer pack.
Do not switch the fixture on and off in short intervals as this would reduce the lamp’s life.
During the initial start-up some smoke or smell may arise. This is a normal process and does not necessarily
mean that the device is defective.
Do not touch the device’s housing bare hands during its operation (housing becomes hot)!
For replacement use lamps and fuses of same type and rating only.
CAUTION ! EYE DAMAGES !
Avoid looking directly into the light source
(meant especially for epileptics) !
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2. Operating determination
This device is a moving head for creating decorative effects and was designed for indoor use only.
This device is for professional use only. It is not for household use.
If the device has been exposed to drastic temperature fluctuation (e.g. after transportation), do not switch it on
immediately. The arising condensation water might damage your device. Leave the device switched off until
it has reached room temperature.
Before switching the fixture OFF, turn the lamp OFF and allow the fixture to cool for a while.
Attention: The powerCON is a connector without breaking capacity, i.e. the powerCON
should not be connected or disconnected under load or live!
Never run the device without lamp!
Do not shake the device. Avoid brute force when installing or operating the device.
Never lift the fixture by holding it at the projector-head, as the mechanics may be damaged. Always hold the
fixture at the transport handles.
When choosing the installation-spot, please make sure that the device is not exposed to extreme heat, moisture
or dust. There should not be any cables lying around. You endanger your own and the safety of others!
The minimum distance between light output and the illuminated surface must be more than 8 meters.
Make sure that the area below the installation place is blocked when rigging, derigging or servicing the fixture.
Always fix the fixture with an appropriate safety rope. Fix the safety rope at the correct holes only.
Only operate the fixture after having checked that the housing is firmly closed and all screws are tightly fastened.
The lamp must never be ignited if the objective lens or any housing cover is open, as discharge lamps may
explode and emit a high ultraviolet radiation, which may cause burns.
The maximum ambient temperature 45°C must never be exceeded.
CAUTION!
The lens has to be replaced when it is obviously damaged,
so that its function is impaired, e. g. due to cracks or deep scratches!
Operate the device only after having familiarized with its functions. Do not permit operation by persons not
qualified for operating the device. Most damages are the result of unprofessional operation!
CAUTION!
The lamp shall be changed if it has become damaged or thermally deformed
Please use the original packaging if the device is to be transported.
Please consider that unauthorized modifications on the device are forbidden due to safety reasons!
If this device will be operated in any way different to the one described in this manual, the product may suffer
damages and the guarantee becomes void. Furthermore, any other operation may lead to dangers like short-circuit, burns, electric shock, burns due to ultraviolet radiation, lamp explosion, crash etc.
NOTE!
If the lamp is off (and fixture is connected to mains), both colour wheels
cannot be controlled by the control panel or DMX command.
To control them, switch the lamp on.
CAUTION!
To avoid damage of the internal parts of the fixture head, never let the sunlight or other
fixture lights directly to the front lens , even when the fixture is not working !
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3. Fixture exterior view
1 - Front lens
2 - Air vents + filter
3 - Pan lock
4 - Air vents + filter
5 - Handle
6 - Yoke
7 - Tilt lock
8 - Head covers
The head should be locked for transportation - the tilt lock (7) and the pan lock (3) have to be in the locked
positions. To unlock the head, move these latches to unlock positions before operating the fixture.
Rear panel of the base:
1 - DMX output (5-pin XLR)
2 - DMX input (5-pin XLR)
3 - Ethernet input (RJ45)
4 - Fuse holder
5 - DMX output (3-pin XLR)
6 - DMX input (3-pin XLR)
7 - Power input (Neutrik
PowerCon)
Front panel of the base:
1 - Touch screen
2 - ESCAPE button
3 - NEXT button
4 - PREVIOUS button
5 - ENTER/DISPLAY ON button
6 - Dust filters
The ENTER/DISPLAY ON button also serves for switching the display on when the fixture is disconnected
from the mains.
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4. Installation
Fixtures must be installed by a Qualified electrician in accordance with all
national and local electrical and construction codes and regulations.
4.1 Connection to the mains
For protection from electric shock, the fixture must be earthed!
The Robin BMFL WashBeam is equipped with auto-switching power supply that automatically adjusts to any
50-60Hz AC power source from 200-240 Volts. The fixture is protected by one 12 A blow primary fuse.
If you install a cord cap on the power cable to allow connection to power outlets, install a grounding-type (earthed)
plug, following the plug manufacturer’s instructions.
To apply power, first check that the head pan and tilt locks are released.
The cores in the power cable are coloured according to the following table.
Core (EU)
Core (US)
Connection
Plug Terminal Marking
Brown
Black
Live
L
Light blue
White
Neutral
N
Yellow/Green
Green
Earth
The earth has to be connected!
If you have any doubts about proper installation, consult a qualified electrician.
Attention: The powerCON is a connector without breaking capacity,
i.e. the powerCON should not be connected or disconnected under load or live!
Do not connect the fixture to a dimmer system!
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4.2 Installing the lamp
DANGER ! Install the lamp with the device switched off only.
Unplug from mains before !
To insert the new lamp.
1. Disconnect the fixture from power and allow it to cool at least 20 minutes.
2. Make sure that the fixture´s head is in the position as
shown on the picture (notices on the lamp cover are in
a readable position) .Loosen the three quarter-turn
fasteners (1) on the lamp cover to
open this cover.
3. Holding the lamp by its ceramic base, carefully
turn the lamp to the left to loosen the lamp from
the lamp holder.
Gently pull the lamp out of the lamp holder
4. Holding the new lamp by its ceramics base and keeping its orientation as shown at the picture below,
gently insert the lamp to the lamp holder and turn its base to the right until two lamp electrodes snap
into slots in the lamp holder. Make sure that the lamp is installed tightly into the lamp socket.
Do not install a lamp with a higher wattage! A lamp like this generates temperatures the device is not de­
signed for. Damages caused by non-observance are not subject to warranty.
Please follow the lamp manufacturer‘s notes! Do not touch the glass bulb bare hand during the
installation!
5. Re-insert the lamp cover and tighten the three quarter-turn fasteners (1).
6. Switch on the fixture.
7. Align the lamp (see instructions below)
8. Reset the "Lamp On Time” and "Lamp Strikes” counters in the menu "Information”.
Do not operate this fixture with open lamp cover!
4.3 Lamp adjustment
The lamp holder is aligned at the factory. Due to differences between lamps,the fine adjustment may improve
light performance:
To adjust the lamp in the fixture.
1. Switch on the fixture and after its reset turn on the lamp.
2. Go to the "Service" menu and select the item "Adjust
Lamp" to project the light beam on the wall.
3. Use items in this menu to focus the light beam
4. Turn adjustment screws (2) one after another until you
center the hot spot (the brightest part of the beam) and
reach a max. light intensity at desired light distribution.
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4.4 Replacing colour filters
Install colour filters with the device switched off only.
Unplug from mains before!
Colour filters
1. Disconnect the fixture from mains and allow it to cool for 20 minutes.
2. Remove the plastic cover of the head by loosening the 4 quarter-turn fasteners on the cover.
3. Turn the colour wheel 2 to the suitable position.
The dichroic filters are fixed on the colour wheel by the magnets.
4. Release the dichroic filter (1) from the colour wheel 2 by inclining it from its position
to break the power of the magnet. Protect the glass filter with a piece of paper or clout.
5. Insert a new dichroic filter into the colour wheel 2.
6. Place the top cover back before applying power.
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4.5 Replacing rotating gobos
To replace rotating gobos.
1. Switch the lamp off and allow the fixture to cool 20 minutes.
2. Put the fixture on the table.
3. Go to the tab "Service", select the menu "Adjust DMX values " and move the fixture head to
the horizontal position, lamp cover has to be in the readable position as shown on picture below.
4. Remove the top plastic cover of the head by loosening the 4 quarter-turn fasteners on the cover.
5. Escape from the menu "Adjust DMX values " and go to the menu " Rotating Gobo Change" in the same tab,
select gobo carousel and enter to its menu.
6. Select a gobo (G1, G2, G3, G4, G5, G6-Mg) which you wish to replace. Selected gobo will move to
the accessible position for its changing.
Note: After entering the menu "Gobo Carousel ", the colour wheels will be blocked in
a position in which they do not obstruct changing of the gobo, framing shutters module will be moved to the
suitable position, front fan will stop to work and the lamp will be switched off without possibility to switch it on.
7. Check that the position point (4) on the gobo holder aims exactly to the toothlike projection (5) on
the edge of the rotating gobo wheel. If not, go to the option "Gobo Offset" and adjust the position point (4)
exactly opposite of the toothlike projection(5). Adjusted value in the "Gobo Offset" is valid for all gobos on
the selected gobo carousel.
Note: The magnet (9) on the gobo holder substitutes the position point (4).
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8. Gently pull up the gobo holder (3) from the rotation gobo carousel.
9. Remove the spring lock (1) with an appropriate tool (e.g. small-bladed screwdriver).
Do not touch the surface of the pattern of the glass gobo with bare fingers.
10. Remove the original gobo (2) and insert the new one (glossy side towards the lamp, black matt side
towards the front lens).
The Robe gobo has a small position point (square shaped) (8) at its edge which has to aim at
the position point (4) on the gobo holder (3). Insert the spring lock to secure correct gobo position in
the gobo holder.
11 Insert the gobo holder back into gobo carousel in this way, that its position point (4) (or magnet (9) has to
exactly aim at a small toothlike projection (5) on the edge of the rotating gobo wheel. Do not move with
neighbouring gobo holders.
12. Escape the gobo item and enter another gobo item which you want to replace. You do not need to set
the gobo offset again. Repeat steps 6, 8-12 for all gobos which you need to replace on the gobo carousel.
Gobo order:
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4.6 Installing BMFL handles for the Follow Spot Mode
Before installation of handle (handles) , switch the fixture to the Follow Spot Mode (Personality--> Follow Spot
Mode). You can install one or two handles in different positions as needed. See picture below. Before switching
the Follow Spot Mode off, remove handle (handles) from the fixture.
4.7 Replacing heavy frost
Install heavy frost module with the device switched off only.
Unplug from mains before!
To replace the heavy frost module.
1. Disconnect the fixture from mains and allow it to cool for 10 minutes.
2. Move the head to the position that signs on the lamp cover (1) lead up
3. Remove plastic cover of the head by loosening the 4 quarter-turn fasteners on the cover.
4. Move the zoom module (2) towards front lens to get access to heavy frost (3).
Note: If you look into the fixture through a front lens (lamp must be off !), you can see the heavy frost numberwhite number at a black holder. It is an easy way how to find out a type of installed heavy frost in the fixture
without taking head cover down. Heavy frost No. 20 is installed in the fixture as default, another frosts 10° and
30° are included as standard accessories.
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5. The holder (4) of the frost film is fastened to the frost holder (8) by means of the four magnets (5). Grip the
holder (4) and carefully tilt it out to break a force of magnets (5) on the frost holder (8).
6. Insert a new frost module into the frost holder (8). Check, that both slots (6) snapped correctly into
two protrusions (7) on the holder (4)
7. Place the plastic cover back on the fixture before applying power.
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4.8 Rigging the fixture
A structure intended for installation of the fixture(s) must safely hold weight of the fixture(s) placed on it. The
structure has to be certificated to the purpose.
The fixture (fixtures) must be installed in accordance with national and local electrical and construction codes
and regulation.
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For overhead installation, the fixture must be always secured with a safety wire that
can bear at least 10 times the weight of the fixture
When rigging, derigging or servicing the fixture staying in the area below the installation place, on bridges,
under high working places and other endangered areas is forbidden.
The operator has to make sure that safety-relating and machine-technical installations are approved by an
expert before taking into operation for the first time and after changes before taking into operation another time.
The operator has to make sure that safety-relating and machine-technical installations are approved by a skilled
person once a year.
Allow the fixture to cool for ten minutes before handling.
The projector should be installed outside areas where persons may walk by or be seated.
IMPORTANT! OVERHEAD RIGGING REQUIRES EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE, including calculating working
load limits, installation material being used, and periodic safety inspection of all installation material and the
projector. If you lack these qualifications, do not attempt the installation yourself, but use a help of professional
companies.
CAUTION: Fixtures may cause severe injuries when crashing down! If you have doubts concerning the safety
of a possible installation, do not install the fixture!
The fixture has to be installed out of the reach of public.
The fixture must never be fixed swinging freely in the room.
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Danger of fire !
When installing the device, make sure there is no highly inflammable
material (decoration articles, etc.) in a distance of min. 1 m.
.The minimum distance of 8 meters between light output from the moving head and the
lit objects must be kept!
CAUTION!
Use 2 appropriate clamps to rig the fixture on the truss.
Follow the instructions mentioned at the bottom of the base.
Make sure that the device is fixed properly! Ensure that the
structure (truss) to which you are attaching the fixtures is secure.
The fixture can be placed directly on the stage floor or rigged in any orientation on a truss without altering its
operation characte­ristics .
For securing a fixture to the truss, install two safety wires which can hold at least 10 times the weight of the
fixture. Use only the safety wires with screw-on carabines.
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Omega holders positions:
Truss installation
1. Bolt each clamp (1) to the omega holder (2) with M12 bolt and lock nut through the hole in the holder.
2. Fasten the omega holders to the bottom of the base by inserting both quick-lock fasteners (3) into
the holes of the base and tighten fully clockwise.
3. Clamp the fixture on a truss (6) and tighten the rigging clamps.
4. Pull one safety wire (4) around the truss (6) and through the handle (7) and another safety wire (4) pull
around the truss (6) and through the handle (7) and lock the screw-on carabine through attachment point (5)
as shown on the picture below.
1-Clamp
2-Omega holder
3-Quick-lock fastener
4-Safety wire
5-Attachment point
6-Truss
7-Handle
When installing fixtures side-by-side,
avoid illuminating one fixture with another!
DANGER TO LIFE!
Before taking into operation for the first time,the installation has to be approved by
an expert!
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In order to protect the internal parts of the head from the sun, the function
HOME POSITION must be switched ON before switching the fixture off.
The HOME POSITION function is located on the Power/Special functions channel (70-79 DMX). If the function
is on, the fixture will automatically detect via G-sensor whether the fixture is on the floor or hangs on the truss
or is mounted sideways on the truss and moves the pan and tilt to the position (including movement of zoom
and focus lenses to the front part of the head) in which the front lens of the head will always face down. Owing
this position of the fixture head, there is not chance to burn internal parts of the head by the sun light.
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4.9 DMX-512 connection
The fixture is equipped with both 3-pin and 5-pin XLR sockets for DMX input and output.The sockets are wired
in parallel.
Only use a shielded twisted-pair cable designed for RS-485 and 3-pin or 5-pin XLR-plugs and connectors in
order to connect the controller with the fixture or one fixture with another.
DMX - outputDMX-input
XLR mounting-sockets (rear view):
1 - Shield
2 - Signal (-)
3 - Signal (+)
4 - Not connected
5 - Not connected
XLR mounting-plugs (rear view):
1 - Shield
2 - Signal (-)
3 - Signal (+)
4 - Not connected
5 - Not connected
If you are using the standard DMX controllers, you can connect the DMX output of the controller directly with
the DMX input of the first fixture in the DMX-chain. If you wish to connect DMX controllers with other XLR outputs, you need to use adapter cables.
Building a serial DMX-chain:
Connect the DMX-output of the first fixture in the DMX-chain with the DMX-input of the next fixture. Always connect
one output with the input of the next fixture until all fixtures are connected. Up to 32 fixtures can be connected.
Caution: At the last fixture, the DMX-cable has to be terminated with a terminator. Solder a 120 Ω resistor
between Signal (–) and Signal (+) into a 3-pin (5-pin) XLR-plug and plug it in the DMX-output of the last fixture.
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4.10 Ethernet connection
The fixtures on a data link are connected to the Ethernet with ArtNet communication protocol.The control software running on your PC (or light console) has to support Art-Net protocol.
Art-Net communication protocol is a 10 Base T Ethernet protocol based on the TCP/IP.Its purpose is to allow
transfer of large amounts of DMX 512 data over a wide area using standard network technology.
IP address is the Internet protocol address.The IP uniquely identifies any node (fixture) on a network.
The Universe is a single DMX 512 frame of 512 channels.
The Robin MMX Blade is equipped with 8-pin RJ- 45 socket for Ethernet input.Use a network cable category 5
(with four “twisted” wire pairs) and standard RJ-45 plugs in order to connect the fixture to the network.
RJ-45 socket (front view):
RJ-45 plug (front view):
1- TD+ 5- Not connected
2- TD-6- RX3- RX+7- Not connected
4- Not connected
8- Not connected
Patch cables that connect fixtures to the hubs or LAN sockets are wired 1:1,that is,pins with the same numbers
are connected together:
1-1
2-2
3-3
4-4
5-5
6-6
7-7
8-8
If only the fixture and the computer are to be interconnected,no hubs or other active components are needed.A
cross-cable has to be used:
1-3
2-6
3-1
4-8
5-7
6-2
7-5
8-4
If the fixture is connected with active Ethernet socket (e.g. switch) the network icon
will appear at the
bottom right corner of the screen:
Direct Ethernet operation
Connect the Ethernet inputs of all fixtures with the Ethernet network.
Option “ Artnet" (gMaI or gMA2 or sACN) has to be selected from “Ethernet Mode” menu at each fixture.
Set IP address (002.xxx.xxx.xxx / 010.xxx.xxx.xxx) and the Universe at each fixture.
(DMX address=150)
(DMX address=42)
(DMX address=1)
IP addres=002.168.002.004
IP addres=002.168.002.003
IP addres=002.168.002.002
Universe=1
Universe=1
Universe=1
An advised PC setting: IP address: 002.xxx.xxx.xxx / 010.xxx.xxx.xxx (Different from fixture IP addresses)
NET mask: 255.0.0.0
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Ethernet / DMX operation
Option “ Artnet" (gMaI or gMA2 or sACN) has to be selected from “Ethernet Mode” menu at first fixture.
Option “Ethernet To DMX” has to be selected from the “Ethernet Mode” menu at the first fixture (connected to
the Ethernet) in the fixture chain, next fixtures have standard DMX setting.
Connect the Ethernet input of the first fixture in the data chain with the network. Connect the DMX output of this
fixture with the input of the next fixture until all fixtures are connected to the DMX chain.
Caution: At the last fixture, the DMX chain has to be terminated with a terminator. Solder a 120 Ω resistor
between Signal (–) and Signal (+) into a XLR-plug and connect it in the DMX-output of the last fixture.
Example:
DMX address=1
IP addres=002.168.002.002
Universe=0
DMX address=1
IP addres=002.168.002.003
Universe=1
DMX address=42
DMX address=42
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DMX address=150
DMX address=150
5. Remotely controllable functions
Lamp
The Osram Lok-it! HTI 1700/PS is a highly efficient, single-ended short-arc metal halide lamp with
6000 Kelvin colour temperature. The new Lok-it! plug’n’play system allows a quick one-touch lamp
replacement.
The fixture allows three levels of the lamp power: 1700W, 1500W and Quiet (Quiet mode - the lamp power is
auto-controlled to ensure minimum noise of fixture fans).
Note: It is also important to note, that the discharge lamp is a cold restrike type, that means, that the lamp has
to be cold before re-striking. For this reason, you have to wait a while after having switched the lamp off before
you can switch it on again.
Colour wheel 1
This wheel contains 6 dichroic filters + open.The colour wheel can be positioned between two adjacent colours
in any position. It is also possible to rotate the colour wheel continuously at different speeds ("Rainbow effect“
in both directions).
Colour wheel 2
This wheel contains 6 replaceable 'SLOT&LOCK' dichroic filters + open.The colour wheel can be positioned
between two adjacent colours in any position. It is also possible to rotate the colour wheel continuously at
different speeds ("Rainbow effect“ in both directions).
CMY+CTO colour mixing system
The CMY color mixing system is based on graduated cyan, magenta, and yellow colour filters. A continuous
range of colors may be achieved by varying the amount of each filter from 0 to 100%.
Effect wheel
The effect wheel rotating in both directions with variable speed which creates wide spectrum of graphic effects.
Rotating gobo wheel
The rotating gobo wheel includes with 6 glass gobos rotating in both directions, indexable, replaceable
"SLOT&LOCK” system Gobo positioning and gobo selection speed is available as well as a gobo-shake function.
Frost
Frost modules provide 3 types of frost ( heavy, medium, light) to create desired wash light. The heavy frost can
be replaced with two another frost filters which are included.
Iris
Motorized adjustable iris, wide range of variable pulse effects.
Zoom
Motorized zoom unit enables zoom between 5 °- 45° (open hole) in a beam application, in a wash application
according installed heavy frost: 7.5° - 48° (heavy frost 10°)
12° - 52° (heavy frost 20°)
14° - 56° (heavy frost 30°)
Focus
Motorized focus allows to focus beam from approx. 5 metres to infinity.
Framing shutters
4 individually positionable blades, rotation of each blade in range of 50°, rotation of the complete framing system in range of 90°
Shutter unit
This unit is used for strobe effects with variable speed.
Dimmer unit
Smooth 0 - 100 % dimming is provided by the mechanical dimmer unit.
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Pan/Tilt
Fast pan/tilt movement due to built-in electronic motion stabilizer. The electronic motion stabilizer ensures
precise position of the fixture´s head during its movement and reduces its swinging when the truss shakes.
Framing system
Framing system consists of four framing shutters which can be moved or swivelled to desired position separately.
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6. Control menu map
Default settings=Bold print
Tab
Level 1
Level 2
Addressing
DMX Address
001-512
DMX Presets
Mode 1
Level 3
Level 4
Mode 2
View Selected Preset
Ethernet Settings
Ethernet Mode
Disable
ArtNet
gMAI
gMA2
sACN
Ethernet To DMX
Off, On
IP Address/Net Mask
Default IP Address
Custom IP Address
Net Mask
ArtNet Universe
0-255
MANet settings
MANetI/II Universe
01-256
MANet Session ID
01-32
sACN Universe
00001-32000
sACN Priority
0-255
sACN Settings
Information
Fixture Times
Power On Time
Total Hours
Resetable Hours
Lamp On Time
Total Hours
Remaining hours
Lamp Strikes
Total Strikes
Resetable Strikes
Air Filters
Elapsed Time
Alert Period
Fixture Temperatures
Head Temperature
Current
Maximum NonRes.
Maximum Res.
Ambient Temperature
Current
Maximum NonRes.
Maximum Res.
Base Temperature
Current
Maximum NonRes.
Maximum Res.
DMX Values
Pan
:
Dimmer Fine
Wireless State
Signal Quality
Unlink Wireless Adapter
Power Channel State
Software Versions
Display System
Module M
Module G
Module P
Module O
Module C
Module D
Module S
Module F-A
Module F-B
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10-300
Level 5
Level 6
Tab
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Wireless
Product IDs
Mac Address
RDM UID
RDM Label
View Logs
Fixture Errors
Fixture States
Power On
Power Off
Lamp On
Lamp Off
Lamp On
Lamp Off
Fixture Position
Fixture Temperatures
Head Temperature
Ambient Temperature
Base Temperature
Personality
User Mode
User A Settings
User B Settings
DMX Presets
Mode 1
Mode 2
View Selected Preset
DMX Input
Wired input
Wireless input
Wireless In/XLR Out
Pan/Tilt Settings
Pan Reverse
Off, On
Tilt Reverse
Off, On
Pan/Tilt Feedback
Off, On
Pan/Tilt mode
Time
Speed
Pan/Tilt EMS
On, Off
Follow Spot Mode
Off
Soft
Medium
Hard
Microphone Sensitivity
1-10-20
Blackout Settings
Blackout During M.C.
Off, On
Blackout while:
Pan/Tilt moving
Off, On
Colour Wheel Moving
Off, On
TimeOut Blackout
Off, On
Init Effect Positions
Pan
0-255
:
Screen Settings
Dimmer Fine
0-255
Display Intensity
1-10
Screen Saver Delay
Off-10min.
Touchscreen Lock
Off-10min.
Recalibrate Touchscreen
Display Orientation
Normal
Inverted
Auto
Temperature Unit
°C,°F
Fan Mode
Auto
High
Dimmer Curve
Linear
Square Law
Date & Time Settings
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Level 5
Level 6
Tab
Level 1
Level 2
Password Protection
Off, On
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
Level 6
0-255
Reset Web Password
Manual Control
Reset Functions
Total System Reset
Pan,Tilt reset
Colour System Reset
Gobo System Reset
Dimmer, Strobe Reset
Optics. Frost Res.
Iris, Fr. Sh.Eff. Wh Reset
Manual Effect Control
Pan
0-255
:
Dimmer Fine
Stand -Alone
Test Sequences
0-255
Dynamic Mode
Static Mode
MusicTrigger
Off, On
Preset Playback
None
Pan
0-255
Tilt
0-255
Zoom
0-255
Focus
0-255
Start Step
1-100
End Step
1-100
Edit Program Steps
Step 1
Pan
:
:
:
Dimmer Fine
0-255
:
Step Time
0-25,5 sec.
Step 100
Pan
0-255
Test
Prg. 1
Prg. 2
Prg. 3
Play Program
Play Program 1
Play Program 2
Play Program 3
Edit Program
Edit Program 1
:
Service
Adjust DMX Values
Pan
0-255
:
Adjust Lamp
Dimmer Fine
0-255
Pan
0-255
:
Calibrations
Focus
0-255
Calibrate Effects
Pan
0-255
:
Fr. Shutter 4 Swiv.
0-255
Calibrate Pan/Tilt EMS.
Load Default Calibrations
Rotating Gobo
Change
Gobo Carousel
G1
:
G6-Mg
Gobo Offset
Update Software
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0-255
Dimmer Fine
0-255
Step Time
0-25,5 sec.
7. Control menu
The Robin BMFL WashBeam is equipped with the QVGA Robe touch screen with battery backup which
allows to set the fixture´s behaviour according to your needs, obtain information on its operation, test its
various parts and lastly program it, if it has to be used in a stand-alone mode.
The fixture´s menu can be controlled either by the control buttons or directly by touching the icon.
Control buttons on the front panel:
[ESCAPE] button used to leave the menu without saving changes.
[NEXT] , [PREV] buttons for moving between menu items and symbols, adjusting values.
[ENTER/Display On] button used to enter the selected menu (menu item) and to confirm adjusted value.
If the fixture is disconnected from mains, the button switches the touch screen on.
Icons used in the touch screen menu:
- [back arrow] used to move back to the previous screen (menu).
- [up arrow] used to move up on the previous page.
- [down arrow] used to move down on the next page.
- [confirm] used to save adjusted values, to leave menu or to perform desired action.
- [cancel] used to leave menu item without saving changes.
- [confirm+copy] used to save adjusted values and copy them to the next prog. step.
- [warning icon] used to indicate some error which has occurred in the fixture.
- [lamp menu] used to switch on/off the lamp and to set lamp functions.
- [Ethernet] used to indicate Ethernet connected.
- [menu rotation] used to rotate menu 180 degrees from current orientation.
- [slider control] used to recall slider system for setting desired value.
- [keyboard control] used to recall keyboard system for setting desired value.
- [air filters cleaning] used to signal that cleaning period of the air filters elapsed.
- [250 hours remain] used to signal that 250 hours remain to change the lamp.
- [50 hours remain] used to signal that 50 hours remain to change the lamp.
The menu page displays icons for each function that you can perform from the touch screen.
The menu page displays icons for each function that you can perform from the touch screen.
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After switching the fixture on, the touch screen shows the screen with the ROBE logo:
Note: The green icon at the top right corner of the screen indicates the level of the display battery charging. If
the whole icon is green, the battery is fully charged while the red icon indicates exhausted battery. The battery
charges during fixture operation, its charging lasts cca 6 hours.
We recommend that the fixture should be in operation at least 7 hours per week to keep the battery fully charged.
If you switch the fixture on and this screen will not appear till 1 minute, switch the fixture off and on again. If the
screen lights, the battery is exhausted. In case the screen still does not light, the battery is faulty.
This is also indicated by an error message "Faulty battery" and if such an error message appears the battery
should be replaced immediately. The lifetime of the battery is highly dependent on ambient temperature (and
consequently on base temperature). If the maximum ambient temperatures (as recorded and displayed in menu:
Information -> Fixture Temperatures -> Ambient Temperature -> Maximum NonRes.) are kept within the specified limits, the battery should last for at least two years. Shell the ambient temperatures exceed the specified
maximum temperature, the lifetime of the batteries could be considerably shortened even up to just one year
or less and also result in physical damage (battery leakage) or unreliable fixture functions.
Damage caused by batteries failed due to exceeded maximum ambient temperature cannot be claimed under
warranty terms.
Touch any part of the screen or press the [ENTER/Display On] button to display the initial screen with the current
stored DMX address (and the end address for selected DMX mode):
Touch the green arrow at the bottom right corner of the screen or press the [ENTER/Display On] button to enter
the " Address" menu.
An item (such as a Tab, menu item, text box, icon) may be selected from a screen by simply touching the item.
Before first fixture operation, set current date and time in the menu "Date &Time Settings" (menu path: Personality--> Date &Time Settings).
7.1 Tab " Address"
DMX Address - Select the menu to set the DMX start address.
DMX Preset - Use the menu to select desired channel mode.
Mode 1 - 48 control channels
Mode 2 - 41 control channels
View Selected Preset - Use the menu to display channels included in the selected mode.
Ethernet Settings - The menu allows all needed settings for the Ethernet operation
Ethernet Mode
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Disable - The option disables Ethernet operation.
Artnet - Fixture receives Artnet protocol
gMAI - Fixture receives MANet I protocol
gMA2 - Fixture receives MANet 2 protocol
sACN - Fixture receives sACN protocol
Ethernet To DMX - Fixture receives protocol from the Ethernet input and sends DMX
data to its DMX output (fixture works as an "Ethernet/DMX converter", next fixture can be connected
to its DMX output and you can build a standard DMX chain by connecting another fixtures.
Only one fixture has to be connected to the Ethernet.
IP Address/Net Mask - Select this menu to set IP address. IP address is the Internet protocol
address.The IP uniquely identifies any node (fixture) on a network.
There cannot be 2 fixtures with the same IP address on the network!
Default IP Address -Preset IP address, you can set up only first byte of IP address
(2 or 10) e.g. 002.019.052.086.
Custom IP Address - The option enables to set up all bytes of IP address.
Net Mask - The option enables to set up all bytes of Net Mask.
ArtNet Universe - Use this item to set a Universe (0-255). The Universe is a single DMX
512 frame of 512 channels.
MANet Settings - Use this menu to set parameters for MANet operation.
MANet Universe I/II - The value of this item can be set in range 1-256.
MANet Session ID - The value of this item can be set in range 1-32.
sACN Settings - Use this menu to set parameters for sACN operation.
sACN Universe - The value of this item can be set in range 1-32000.
sACN Priority - The value of this item can be set in range 0-255.
7.2 Tab "Information"
Fixture Times - The menu provides readouts of fixture and lamp operation hours.
Power On Time Hours - Select this menu to read the number of fixture operation hours.
Total Hours - The item shows the total number of the operation hours since the Robin BMFL WashBeam has been fabricated.
Resetable Hours - The item shows the number of the operation hours that the Robin BMFL WashBeam has been powered on since the counter was last reset.
In order to reset this counter to 0, touch the text box next to the item "Resetable Hours:"
Lamp On Time Hours - Select this menu to read the number of hours of lamp operation.
Total Hours - The item shows the total number of the lamp operation hours since the Robin BMFL WashBeam has been fabricated.
Remaining Hours - The item shows hours remaining to replacement of
the lamp. The initial value for this counter is 750 hours. In order to reset this counter to 750,
touch the text box next to the item "Remaining Hours:".
When zero is reached, counter continues to negative values and the Red lamp icon is displayed.
Lamp Strikes - Select this menu to read the number of lamp strikes.
Total Strikes - The item shows the total number of the lamp strikes since the
Robin BMFL WashBeam has been fabricated.
Resetable Strikes - The item shows the number of the lamp strikes since the counter was
last reset.
In order to reset this counter to 0, touch the text box next to the item "Resetable Strikes:"
Air Filters - Regular cleaning of the air filters is very important for the fixture´s life and performance.
Bild-up of dust, dirt and fog fluid residues reduces the fixture´s light output and cooling ability.
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The two items of this menu help you to keep cleaning period of the air filters.
Alert period - Cleaning schedule for the fixture depends on the operating environment.
It is therefore impossible to specify accurate cleaning interval. This item allows
you to change the cleaning interval of the air filters. This "alert" value is 300 hours and it
is set as default. Inspect the fixture within its 300 hours of operation to see whether cleaning
is necessary. If cleaning is required, clean all air filters and change the value in this menu
on acceptable level. Min. level of alert period is 10 hours, max. is 300 hours.
Elapsed Time - The item allows you to read the time which remains to cleaning air filters.
The time period is set in the menu mentioned above.
Expired time period is signalled by a negative mark (-) at the time value and a warning icon
on the display.
Clean the filters and reset this menu item (by touching the text box next to the item
"Elapsed Time").
Fixture Temperatures - The menu is used to view temperatures of the fixture´s inside.
Head Temperature - The menu shows temperatures in the fixture head near the lamp.
Current - A current temperature of the fixture head.
Maximum NonRes. - A maximum temperature of the fixture head since the fixture has
been fabricated.
Maximum Res. - A maximum temperature of the fixture head since the counter
was last reset.
In order to reset this counter to 0, touch the text box next to the item "Maximum Res."
Note: if the "Head Temperature" exceeds 115°C, the lamp will be switched off.
Base Temperature - The menu shows temperature in the fixture base (on the display PCB).
Current - A current temperature in the fixture base.
Maximum NonRes. - A maximum temperature in the fixture base since the fixture has
been fabricated.
Maximum Res. - A maximum temperature in the fixture base since the counter
was last reset.
In order to reset this counter to 0, touch the text box next to the item "Maximum Res."
Ambient Temperature - The menu shows temperature of the induced air on the fan in the fixture base .
Current - A current temperature of the induced air in the fixture base.
Maximum NonRes. - A maximum temperature of the induced air in the fixture base since
the fixture has been fabricated.
Maximum Res. - A maximum temperature of the induced air in the fixture base since
since the counter was last reset.
In order to reset this counter to 0, touch the text box next to the item "Maximum Res."
DMX Values - The menu is used to read DMX values of each channel received by the fixture.
Wireless State - The menu serves for reading of the wireless operation status
Unlink Wireless Adapter - The menu item allows unlinking the fixture from the transmitter .
Power Channel State - The menu item shows state of the Power/Special functions switches.
Software Version - Select this item to read the software version of the fixture modules:
Display System - A display processor on the display board in the fixture base
Module M - A pan/Tilt
Module G - A rot. gobo wheel, effect wheel position/ rotationl
Module F - Frosts
Module O - A zoom, focus
Module C - A CMY+CTO module
Module D - A dimmer, lamp fans
Module S - A shutter, colour 1 and colour 2
Module F-A - A framing lamella 1/2, iris
Module F-B A framing lamella 3/4, framing module rotation
Product IDs - The menu is used to read the MAC Address ,RDM UID and RDM Label.
View Logs - Use this menu to read fixture´s data which have been recorded during fixture operation. This
collected data allows easier troubleshooting.
Fixture Errors - Use this menu to read fixture errors which have occurred during fixture operation.
There is a list of error messages:
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Pan Error
Tilt Error
Dimmer 1 Error
Frost Error
Dimmer 2 Error
Cyan Error
Colour ErrorMagenta Error
Yellow ErrorCTO Error
Gobo ErrorClean Air Filters
Gobo Carousel Error
Iris Error
Active Lamp Timer
Focus ErrorLamp Error
Zoom Error
Temp. Sensor Error
Base Overheated
Fixture States - Recorded following actions: Fixture On, Fixture Off, Lamp On, Lamp Off.
Fixture Position - Recorded installation positions of the fixture:
Fixture Temperatures - Recorded temperatures which have exceeded defined levels.
Note: The log buffer can contain 8000 records max. If the buffer is full, old data will be overwritten.
7.3 Tab "Personality"
User mode - The Robin BMFL WashBeam allows you to recall two user settings. After switching the fixture on
for the first time, the User A settings is active. Now all changes made in the “Personality” menu , ”Addressing”
menu and the “Music Trigger“ and “ Preset Playback“ items from the “Stand-alone” menu are saved to the
User A settings. If you now select the User B settings, from this moment the changes made in these menus will
be saved to the User B settings. After switching the fixture off and on, the User B setting is active.
User A Settings - the function recalls the user A settings.
User B Settings - the function recalls the user B settings.
DMX Preset - Use the menu to select desired channel mode.
Mode 1 - 48 control channels
Mode 2 - 41 control channels
View Selected Preset - Use the menu to display channels included in the selected mode.
DMX Input- Use the menu to select mode of DMX signal receiving.
Wired - DMX signal is received by means of the standard DMX cable.
Wireless - DMX signal is received by means of the inbuilt wireless module.
Wireless In/XLR Out- the fixture receives wireless DMX and sends the signal to its wired DMX output.
The fixture behaves as " Wireless/Wired" adapter.
The options "Wired" and "Wireless" are also stated in DMX chart (channel Power/Special functions).
Note. If the wireless module is not installed in the fixture, the following message will appear:
DMX Input Set to Wired
Wireless Module Missing
If the fixture is not connected to mains, the message "Not Available In Off line Mode" will appear after entering
the menu DMX Input. To enter this menu, the fixture has to be connected to mains.
Pan/Tilt Settings - Use the menu set behaviour of both pan and tilt movements.
Pan Reverse - The item allows to invert pan movement.
Tilt Reverse - The item allows to invert tilt movement.
Pan/Tilt Feedback - The item allows to return the moving head to the required pan/tilt position after
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changing the position by an external force if this option is set on.
Note. Be careful, the Pan/Tilt Feedback should be permanent On, the option Off is not suitable for standard
operation and the head of the fixture can be damaged!
Pan/Tilt mode - Use this menu to set the mode of the pan/tilt movement
Time mode – The pan and tilt will move with different speeds and they will come at
the same time to the end point of their tracks (pan and tilt use their optimal speeds).
Time of the pan/tilt movement (25.5 sec. max.) is set by the channel "Pan/Tilt speed, Pan/Tilt
time".
Speed Mode - Both Pan and tilt will move with the same speed as adjusted at the channel
"Pan/Tilt speed, Pan/Tilt time".
Pan/Tilt EMS - Built-in electronic motion stabilizer ensures precise position of the fixture´s head during its
movement and also reducing its swinging when the truss shakes.
Follow Spot Mode - If the function is activated, the pan/tilt motors perform on lower power and the head position
can be controlled manually. You can choose from three levels of the pan/tilt "consistency": soft, medium and hard.
Note: reset of pan/tilt will not be executed if the fixture is in the Follow Spot Mode.
Microphone Sensitivity - Enter the menu if you want to adjust the microphone sensitivity from 1 (max.) to 20
(min.).
Blackout Settings - Use the menu if you need to close the light output under certain conditions which are
described below
Blackout DMC - Blackout during movement correction. Set this option On if you wish to close light
output during the time when the head goes to its correct position, which has been changed by an
external force.
Active Blackouts - Use this menu if you wish to close the light output during effect changes.
Pan/Tilt Moving - The menu item enables to close light output while the pan/tilt coordinates
are changing.
Colour Wheel Moving - The menu item enables to close light output while the colour wheel
is moving.
Note: Due to the fast movement of the colour wheels, the function "Active Blackouts" is used at
movent on longer distances correctly. When you move the colour to the adjacent position, blackout cannot be
made so fast.
Timeout Blackout - If this function is On, two framing lamellas close on expiration
5 seconds after that the dimmer was closed in order to totally close light output from
the fixture.
Init Effect Positions - Use the menu to set all effects to the desired positions at which they will stay after
switching the fixture on without DMX signal connected.
Screen Settings - Use this menu to change the touch screen settings.
Display Intensity - The item allows to control the intensity of the screen (1-min., 10-max.).
Screen saver Delay - The item allows you to keep the screen on or to turn it off automatically after 1-10
minutes after last touch (or pressing any button on the control panel).
Touchscreen Lock - The item allows you to lock the screen after last touch (or pressing any button on the
control panel). The time delay can be set in range of 1-10 minutes.To unlock the screen, press the
[ENTER/Display On] button.
Recalibrate Touchscreen - The item starts calibration of the touchscreen. Follow the instructions on
the screen.
Display Orientation - The menu allows to change display orientation.
Normal - Standard display orientation if the fixture is placed horizontally (e.g. on the ground).
Inverted - Inverted orientation (needed if the fixture is hanging on the truss).
Auto - The option activates a gravitation sensor for automatic screen orientation.
Note: Auto option is set as default. You change the display orientation by touching the icon
on the display,
an the option set in the "Display Orientation" menu is temporarily overriden.
Temperature unit - Use the menu item to change temperature unit from °C to °F.
Fan Mode - Use the menu to set the fixture fans to max. power mode ("High") or to auto-control mode ("Auto").
Dimmer Curve - You can select desired dimmer curve: Linear or Square Law.
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Date & Time Settings - Use this menu to set current date and time for the fixture log system (menu "View
Logs"). Set this menu item before first fixture operation.
Default Settings - The menu item allows to set all fixture parameters to the default (factory) values.
Password Protection - if the item is on, a password is required to enter the fixture menu. The password cannot
be changed. The password prevents unauthorized person from changing setting of the fixture.
Reset Web Password - The menu item allows you to reset a password for access on the Web server (default
password: 2479, user: robe).
7.4 Tab "Manual Control"
Reset Functions - The menu allows to reset the fixture either per function modules or all modules together.
Total System Reset - The item resets all function modules.
Pan,Tilt Reset - The item resets a pan and tilt movement (except Follow Spot Mode).
Colour System Reset - The item resets a colour wheels and CMY/CTO flags.
Gobo System Reset - The item resets rotating gobo wheel.
Dimmer, Strobe Reset - The item resets strobe and shutter lamellas .
Optics, Frost Reset - The item resets a zoom, focus, prism and a frost module.
Iris,Fr. Sh., Eff. wh Reset - The item resets an iris, effect wheel and framing shutters.
Manual Effect control - Use the menu to control all fixture channels by means of the control panel.
7.5 Tab "Stand-alone"
Test Sequences -Use the menu to run a test/demo sequences without an external controller, which will show
you some possibilities of using Robin BMFL WashBeam.
Dynamic Mode - This mode uses all Robin BMFL WashBeam functions including pan/tilt movement and
therefore
is good for a complete introduction of the fixture.
Static Mode - This mode is suitable for projections on the wall, ceiling or ground without any pan/tilt movement. Adjust the pan, tilt, zoom, focus and hot-spot to desired positions an start test sequences by touching
the green icon.
Music Trigger - Use the item to activate the sound control of the running program via the built-in microphone.
Preset Playback - This menu allows you to select the program which will be played in a loop after switching
the fixture on (the option is commonly used in a stand-alone operation without an external controller).
None - The option disables “Presetting playback” function.
Test - The option starts the test sequences.
Prog. 1 - The option starts user program No. 1.
Prog. 2 - The option starts user program No. 2.
Prog. 3 - The option starts user program No. 3.
Play program - Use the menu to run desired program in a loop.
Play Program 1 - The option starts user program No.1.
Play Program 2 - The option starts user program No. 2.
Play Program 3 - The option starts user program No. 3.
Edit Program - Use the menu to create or to edit desired program. The Robin BMFL WashBeam offers 3 free
programs, each up to 100 steps.
Edit Program 1 - The option allows to edit user program No.1.
Edit Program 2 - The option allows to edit user program No.2.
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Edit Program 3 - The option allows to edit user program No.3
To edit program:
1. Touch the item which you want to edit (“Edit Program 1” - “Edit Program 3”).
2. Touch the item "Edit Program Steps".
3. Touch the item "Step 1".
4 From the list of effects touch desired effect and set its value. Browse throw the list by touching the [up arrow]
and [down arrow] and set all desired effects.
An item "Step Time" (value of 0-25.5 sec.) is the time during which effects last in the current step
5. Save adjusted effects to the current step by touching the [confirm] or save and copy them to the following
step by touching the [confirm+copy]. By touching the text box "Preview" next to the current program step you
can view created scene.
6. Repeat the steps 4 and 5 for next program steps.
7. After editing desired program steps, adjust the length of the program by touching the text boxes "Start Step"
and "End Step".
Meaning of the icons used in the "Edit Program" menu:
- moves down on the next page
- saves adjusted values and leaves menu
- moves up on the previous page
- saves values to the current step and copy them to the
following prog. step
- leaves menu without saving values
There is a chart describing behaviour of items "Pan/Tilt Macro" and "P./T. Macro Speed".
DMX
0-9
10 - 31
32 - 63
64 - 95
96 - 127
128 - 159
160 - 191
192 - 223
224 - 255
0
Pan/Tilt Macro
Disabled pan/tilt macro
Reserved
Figure of circle (from small to large)
Figure of horizontal eight (from small to large)
Figure of vertical eight (from small to large)
Figure of rectangle (from small to large)
Figure of triangle (from small to large)
Figure of star (from small to large)
Figure of cross (from small to large)
Pan/Tilt Macro Speed
No macro generation
Macro generation from fast to slow-forwards
No macro generation
Macro generation from slow to fast-backwards
7.6 Tab "Service"
Adjust DMX Values - The menu allows you to set all effects to desired positions before fine calibration of the
effects .
Adjust Lamp - This item opens the light output of the fixture and enables to focus the light beam on the wall
to perform the fine lamp adjustment.
Calibrations - This menu enables fine calibration of fixture effects and download default calibration values.
Calibrate Effects - The menu allows the fine adjustment of effects. The menu contains list of effects
which can be calibrated:
Pan- a fine pan movement
Tilt - a fine tilt movement
Colour Wheel 1 - a colour wheel 1
Colour Wheel 2 - a colour wheel 2
Cyan - cyan flags
Magenta - magenta flags
Yellow - yellow flags
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CTO - CTO flags
Effect Wheel - an effect wheel
Rot. Gobo Wheel - a carousel of rotating gobos
R. Gobo Index 1 - a fine movement of rotating gobo 1
R. Gobo Index 2 - a fine movement of rotating gobo 2
R. Gobo Index 3 - a fine movement of rotating gobo 3
R. Gobo Index 4 - a fine movement of rotating gobo 4
R. Gobo Index 5 - a fine movement of rotating gobo 5
R. Gobo Index 6 - a fine movement of rotating gobo 6
Zoom - a zoom position
Light Frost - a light frost position
Medium Frost - a medium frost position
Heavy Frost - a heavy frost position 1
Focus 1 - a focus position 1
Focus 2 - a focus position 2
Iris - an iris
Strobe 1/1 - a strobe lamella 1 position 1
Strobe 1/2 - a strobe lamella 1 position 2
Strobe 2/1 - a strobe lamella 2 position 1
Strobe 2/2 - a strobe lamella 2 position 2
Dimmer 1/1 - a dimmer lamella 1 position 1
Dimmer 1/2 - a dimmer lamella 1 position 2
Dimmer 2/1 - a dimmer lamella 2 position 1
Dimmer 2/1 - a dimmer lamella 2 position 2
Diffusor - auxiliary optic element
Fr. Shutters Rot. - a rotation of framming carousel
Fr. Reset 1 M1 - a Fram. lamella 1 motor 1 - distance from stop
Fr. Reset 1 M2 - a Fram. lamella 1 motor 2 - distance from stop
Fr. Reset 2 M1 - a Fram. lamella 2 motor 1- distance from stop
Fr. Reset 2 M2 - a Fram. lamella 2 motor 2- distance from stop
Fr. Reset 3 M1 - a Fram. lamella 3 motor 1 - distance from stop
Fr. Reset 3 M2 -a Fram. lamella 3 motor 2 - distance from stop
Fr. Reset 4 M1 - a Fram. lamella 4 motor 1 - distance from stop
Fr. Reset 4 M2 -a Fram. lamella 4 motor 2 - distance from stop
Fr. Shutter 1 Mov. - a Fram. lamella 1 moving Fr. Shutter 1 Swiv. - a Fram. lamella 1 swivelling
Fr. Shutter 2 Mov. - a Fram. lamella 2 moving
Fr. Shutter 2 Swiv.- a Fram. lamella 2 swivelling
Fr. Shutter 3 Mov. - a Fram. lamella 3 moving
Fr. Shutter 3 Swiv. - a Fram. lamella 3 swivelling
Fr. Shutter 4 Mov. - a Fram. lamella 4 moving
Fr. Shutter 4 Swiv. - a Fram. lamella 4 swivelling
By using these items you can calibrate and adjust effects to their right positions.
Calibration via the control board
1. Disconnect DMX controller from the fixture and enter the "Calibrate Effects" menu.
2. Use the [up arrow] and [down arrow] to find desired effect and touch it to enter the fine effect adjustment
screen.
3. Set desired value and save it by touching the [confirm].
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for the next effects.
5. After calibrating all effects, touch the [confirm] to save all adjusted values and reset the fixture.
Calibration via the DMX controller
1. Connect DMX controller to the fixture and set fixture effects to the desired positions before fine calibration.
2. Enter the "Calibrate Effects" menu and now you can exactly calibrate desired effects by DMX controller.
A calibration protocol:
Effect
Mode 1
Mode 2
Panchannel 49channel 42
Tilt channel 50channel 43
Colour Wheel 1
channel 51
channel 44
Colour Wheel 2 channel 52
channel 45
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Cyan channel 53channel 46
Magentachannel 54channel 47
Yellowchannel 55channel 48
CTO channel 56channel 49
Effect wheel
channel 57
channel 50
Rot. Gobo Wheel channel 58
channel 51
R. Gobo Index 1 channel 59
channel 52
R. Gobo Index 2 channel 60
channel 53
R. Gobo Index 3 channel 61
channel 54
R. Gobo Index 4 channel 62
channel 55
R. Gobo Index 5 channel 63
channel 56
R. Gobo Index 6 channel 64
channel 57
Zoom channel 65channel 58
Light Frost channel 66
channel 59
Medium Frost channel 67
channel 60
Heavy Frost channel 68
channel 61
Focus 1 channel 69
channel 62
Focus 2 channel 70
channel 63
Iris channel 71channel 64
Strobe 1/1 channel 72
channel 65
Strobe 1/2
channel 73
channel 66
Strobe 2/1 channel 74
channel 67
Strobe 2/2 channel 75
channel 68
Dimmer 1/1
channel 76
channel 69
Dimmer 1/2 channel 77
channel 70
Dimmer 2/1
channel 78
channel 71
Dimmer 2/1 channel 79
channel 72
Diffusor
channel 80
channel 73
Fr. Shutters Rot.
channel 81
channel 74
Fr. Reset 1 M1
channel 82
channel 75
Fr. Reset 1 M2
channel 83
channel 76
Fr. Reset 2 M1
channel 84
channel 77
Fr. Reset 2 M2
channel 85
channel 78
Fr. Reset 3 M1
channel 86
channel 79
Fr. Reset 3 M2
channel 87
channel 80
Fr. Reset 4 M1
channel 88
channel 81
Fr. Reset 4 M2
channel 89
channel 82
Fr. Shutter 1 Mov.
channel 90
channel 83
Fr. Shutter 1 Swiv.
channel 91
channel 84
Fr. Shutter 2 Mov.
channel 92
channel 85
Fr. Shutter 2 Swiv.
channel 93
channel 86
Fr. Shutter 3 Mov.
channel 94
channel 87
Fr. Shutter 3 Swiv.
channel 95
channel 88
Fr. Shutter 4 Mov.
channel 96
channel 89
Fr. Shutter 4 Swiv.
channel 97
channel 90
After having calibrated all effects, touch the [confirm] to save adjusted values and reset the fixture.
Load Default Calibrations - The item loads default (factory) calibration values.
Calibrate Pan/Tilt EMS - This menu item allows calibration of the pan/tilt electronic motion stabilizer.
Important: during this calibration any external force must not influence the fixture and the surface at which
the fixture stands (or truss if the fixture hangs) has to be without movement, shake, strokes etc.
Rotating Gobo Change - This menu makes changing of gobos in the fixture easier.
Gobo Carousel - The menu allows movement of rotating gobos to the positions suitable for their changing.
G1- a gobo 1 movement to the changing position.
G2- a gobo 2 movement to the changing position.
:
G6-Mg - a gobo 6 (gobo holder with magnet) movement to the changing position.
Gobo Offset -a gobo offset setting. The function allows fine swiveling of the gobo holder. The set value
is valid for all gobos on the gobo carousel.
Updating software - The menu item allows you to update software in the fixture via either serial or USB port
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of PC.
The following items are required in order to update software:
- PC running Windows or Linux or macOS
- DSU file
- Flash cable RS232/DMX, P/N13050624 (if you want to use a serial port of PC)
- Robe Universal Interface or Robe Universal interface WTX (if you want to use an USB port of PC)
After the software updating the fixture will be set to default values.
To update software in the fixture:
1. DSU file is available from Robe web site at WWW.robe.cz.
File with extension zip is intended for Windows (used and tested from XP to W10 on 32/64bit systems).
File with extension tbz is intended for Linux (used and tested on Debian and Ubuntu 32/64bit).
File with extension dmg is intended for macOS (used and tested on OSX up to Sierra) XQuartz required,
install it from https://www.xquartz.org/
Save the download file to a folder on your computer.
In case that you use windows, extract files in the zip file (e.g. DSU_ RobinBMFLWashBeam_19031239.zip)
2. Disconnect the fixture from DMX controller.
3. If you use the flash cable RS232/DMX, connect a serial port of your computer with DMX input of the fixture
by means of the cable.
If you use the Robe Universal Interface, connect a USB port of your computer with the Robe Universal Interface
by means of the USB cable and DMX input of the fixture with the DMX output of the Robe Universal Interface
via a DMX cable.
4. Switch the fixture to the update mode (tab "Service" --> Update Software).
Note: If you do not want to continue in the software update, you have to switch off and on the fixture
to escape from the updating mode.
We recommend to cancel all running programs on your computer before starting the software update.
5. Double-click the software uploader file (e.g. DSU_ RobinBMFLWashBeam_19031239.exe) in
the extracted files. The Software Uploader program will start running.
6. Select correct "COM " number if you use a Flash cable RS232/DMX or select "Robe Universal Interface "
if you use the Robe Universal Interface/Robe Universal Interface WTX and then click on the "Connect" button.
7. If the connection is OK, click the “Start Uploading" button to start software uploading. It will take several
minutes to perform software update.
If the option "Incremental Update" is not checked, all processors will be updated (including processors with
the same software version).
If you wish to update only processors with new version of software, check the “Incremental Update box“.
Avoid interrupting the process. Update status is being displayed in the "Info Box" window.
When the update is finished, the line with the text “Fixture is successfully updated“ will appear in
this window.
In case upload process is interrupted (e.g. power loss), the fixture stays in “Updating mode” and you will have
to repeat the software update again.
Another way, how to update software in the fixtures (especially large installation of fixtures) is to use the ROBE
Uploader. It is a software for automatized software update of Robe fixtures. It takes advantage of RDM
support).
For more information please see https://www.robe.cz/robe-uploader/.
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7.7 Icon "Lamp menu"
Lamp Status - The item enables to switch the lamp on/off. The Osram Lok-it! HTI 1700/PS lamp is a cold
restrike type, that means, that it has to be cold before striking.
Settings - The menu offers many items for setting of lamp behaviour.
Lamp Power - The menu offers two levels of the lamp power: 1700W, 1500W and the option Quiet,
at which the lamp power is auto-controlled to ensure minimum noise of the fixture fans.
All these options are available at DMX channel 6. The factory setting is 1700W.
Lamp Ignition Delay - The item allows to set the time delay( 0-90sec.) before igniting the lamp by DMX
command. If the lamp is started directly from the control panel, the set time delay will be ignored.
Lamp Light Sensor - Select this item to switch the light sensor off. The option "On” is intended for a standard
operation. The option "Off” is for “emergency operation” only! If the lamp light sensor is switched off, the fixture
will still try to ignite the lamp (even when the lamp is damaged or absent), on this account some electronics
parts of the fixture can be damaged!
Lamp On/Off Settings - Use the menu to set rules for automatic switching on/off the lamp.
Lamp On Power On - If the item is on, the lamp will be automatically turn on after switching the
fixture on.
Lamp Off via DMX - The item enables to switch the lamp off via DMX command from DMX
controller.
Lamp On if DMX Present - The item allows you to strike the lamp automatically after 26 seconds
if DMX signal is present on the fixture´s DMX input.
Lamp Off if not DMX - The item allows you to switch off the lamp automatically after 2 minutes
if DMX signal is missing on the fixture´s DMX input.
8. RDM
This fixture supports RDM operation. RDM (Remote Device Management) is a bi-directional communications
protocol for use in DMX512 control systems, it is the new open standard for DMX512 device configuration and
status monitoring.
The RDM protocol allows data packets to be inserted into a DMX512 data stream without adversely affecting
existing non-RDM equipment. By using a special „Start Code,“ and by complying with the timing specifications
for DMX512, the RDM protocol allows a console or dedicated RDM controller to send commands to and receive
messages from specific moving lights.
RDM allows explicit commands to be sent to a device and responses to be received from it.
The list of commands for Robin BMFL WashBeam is the following.
Parameter ID
Discovery command SET command
DISC_UNIQUE_BRANCH
*
DISC_MUTE
*
DISC_UN_MUTE
*
GET command
DEVICE_INFO
*
SUPPORTED_PARAMETERS
*
SOFTWARE_VERSION_LABEL
*
DMX_START_ADDRESS
*
*
IDENTIFY_DEVICE
*
*
DEVICE_MODEL_DESCRIPTION
*
MANUFACTURER_LABEL
*
*
DEVICE_LABEL
*
SENSOR_DEFINITION
*
SENSOR_VALUE
*
DISPLAY_INVERT
*
*
DISPLAY_LEVEL
*
*
PAN_INVERT
*
*
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TILT_INVERT
*
DEVICE_RESET
*
DMX_PERSONALITY
*
*
*
DMX_PERSONALITY_DESCRIPTION
*
STATUS_MESSAGES
*
STATUS_ID_DESCRIPTION
*
LAMP_STATE
LAMP_ON_MODE
DEVICE_HOURS
LAMP_HOURS
1
*
*
*
*
*
2
*
2
LAMP_STRIKES
*
2
*
ROBE_DMX_INPUT
*
ROBE_WIRELESS_UNLINK
*
...Another options for this command (only for Robe´s fixtures):
value PARAMETER_DATA=0x84 - lamp OFF by DMX value on DMX channel
value PARAMETER_DATA=0x88 - lamp OFF if DMX is not present
2
...Commands relative resetable values
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RDM model ID for the Robin BMFL Wash is 0x00af.
9. Wireless DMX operation
The wireless version of the Robin BMFL WashBeam is equipped with the Lumen Radio CRMX module and
antenna for receiving DMX signal. CRMX module operates on the 2.4 GHz band.
The item " Wireless " from the menu "DMX Input" allows you to activate receiving of wireless DMX (Personality--> DMX Input -->Wireless.). First two options from the "DMX Input" menu are stated in DMX chart as well
(channel Power/Special functions , range of 10-19 DMX). If DMX input option is changed by DMX command,
the change is permanently written into fixture´s memory.
DMX range of 10-19 switching fixture to the wired/wireless operation is active only during first 10 seconds after switching the fixture on.
After switching the fixture on, the fixture checks both modes of receiving DMX in the following order:
1. For the first five seconds, the fixture receives DMX signal from the wired input. If the Power/Special functions
channel is set at some DMX input option, the fixture will receive DMX value according to this option. If DMX input
option is set to the wired input , this option is saved and checking procedure is finished. If DMX input option is
not set, the fixture continues next 5 seconds in scanning wireless DMX signal-see point 2.
2. For the next 5 seconds the fixture receives wireless DMX signal and again detects if the Power/Special
functions channel is set at some DMX input option, if not, the fixture will take option which is set in the fixture
menu "DMX Input".
To link the fixture with DMX transmitter.
The fixture can be only linked with the transmitter by running the link procedure at DMX transmitter .
After linking , the level of DMX signal ( 0-100 %) is displayed in the menu item “Wireless State“ (Information
-->Wireless State).
To unlink the fixture from DMX transmitter.
The fixture can be unlinked from receiver via the menu item “ Unlink Wireless Adapter“ (Information--> Wireless
State --> Unlink Wireless Adapter).
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10. Error and information messages
Information icons
- Air Filters Cleaning
This icon signalizes that cleaning period of the air filters has elapsed
and you have to clear air filters and reset the menu item "Elapsed Time".
- Lamp time - 250 hours remaining
This icon signalizes that 250 hours remain before replacing the lamp.
- Lamp time - 50 hours remaining
This icon signalizes that 50 hours remain before replacing the lamp.
Errors
Error in the fixture is signalled by the yellow warning icon at the bottom line of the screen:
Touch the warning icon or press the [ESCAPE] button to display error messages.
List of error and information messages:
Active Lamp Timer
This message appears if you try to switch on the hot lamp. The fixture tries to ignite the lamp and during time
period before next attempt of the lamp ignation the message is displayed. Also faulty (missing) lamp can be
reason of the message.
Lamp Error
This message appears if the lamp was switched off without command of the lamp control software.
Overheated
This message informs that the fixture head has been overheated and the lamp was switched off by means of
the head temperature sensor (sensor Head Temperature).
Base Overheated
This message informs that the fixture base has been overheated and the lamp was switched off by means of
the temperature sensor (sensor Ambient Temperature) in the base. Before switching the lamp on again, the
fixture must be disconnected from mains and connected once again.
Temper.Sensor Error
The message informs you that the communication between the temperature sensor in the fixture head and its
processor failed and the lamp has been switched off.
Internal Error 1
Communication error between PCBs (error or noise was detected on communication wires)
Internal Error 2
Ballast communication error (some PCB has failed or is disconnected (this PCB will show as N/A in menu -->
Information --> Software versions) or error/noise was detected on communication wires)
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Tilt Error 1 (Tilt Error 2)
This message will appear after the reset of the fixture if the head´s magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions
(sensor failed or magnet is missing) or the stepping motor is defective or its driving IC on the PCB. The head
is not located in the default position after the reset.
Tilt Error 3
This message signalizes error of the tilt feedback. Check connection of the tilt sensor.
Pan Error 1 (Pan Error 2)
This message will appear after the reset of the fixture if the yoke´s magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or the stepping motor is defective or its driving IC on the PCB. The yoke is not
located in the default position after the reset of the fixture.
Pan Error 3
This message signalizes error of the pan feedback. Check connection of the pan sensor.
Pan/Tilt EMS Call Error
If the message appears, run Pan/Tilt EMS calibration (tab Service --> Calibration --> Calibrate Pan/Tilt EMS)
Colour Wheel 1 Error 1(Colour Wheel 1 Error 2)
The messages will appear after the reset of the colour wheel if this wheel is not located in the default position.
Colour Wheel 2 Error 1(Colour Wheel 2 Error 2)
The messages will appear after the reset of the colour wheel if this wheel is not located in the default position.
Cyan Lamella Error 1 (Cyan Error 2 )
The messages will appear after the reset of the cyan flag if the flag is not located in the default position.
Magenta Lamella Error 1 (Magenta Error 2 )
The messages will appear after the reset of the magenta flags if the flag is not located in the default position.
Yellow Lamella Error 1 (Yellow Error 2 )
The messages will appear after the reset of the yellow flags if the flag is not located in the default position.
CTO Lamella Error 1 (CTO Lamella Error 2)
The messages will appear after the reset of the CTO flag if the flag is not located in the default position.
Focus 1 Error 1 (Focus 1 Error 2 )
The messages will appear after the reset of the focus module if the focus module 1 is not located in the default
position.
Focus 2 Error 1 (Focus 2 Error 2 )
The messages will appear after the reset of the focus module if the focus module 2 is not located in the default
position.
Gobo Carousel Error 1 (Gobo Carousel Error 2 )
The messages will appear after the reset of the gobo carousel 1 if this wheel is not located in the default position.
Gobo rotation Error 1 (Gobo Rotation Error 2 )
The messages will appear after the reset of the rotating gobo wheel 1 if the rotating gobos are not located in
the default positions.
Faulty battery
The battery on the display board is exhausted and should be replaced immediately.
Vcc 5V failure
The 5V supply failure has appeared.
Vcc 48V failure
The 48V supply failure has appeared.
Lamp Fan 1 (2) Bad, Lamp Off
One of the blowers (Fan 1, Fan 2) cooling the lamp malfunctioned and the lamp was switched off.
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Front Fan Bad, Lamp Off.
One of the sucking fans (Fan 6, Fan 7) in the fixture head malfunctioned and the lamp was switched off.
Base Fan Bad, Lamp Off
One of the fans (Fan 9, Fan 10) in the fixture base malfunctioned and the lamp was switched off.
CMY Fans Bad, Lamp Off
Both fans (Fan 3, Fan 4) in the CMY module in the fixture head malfunctioned and the lamp was switched off.
CMY Fan Bad, Lamp P. Reduced
One of the fans (Fan 3, Fan 4) in the CMY module in the fixture head malfunctioned and the lamp power has
been reduced.
Gobo Fan Bad, Lamp P. Reduced
The gobo blower (Fan 5) at gobo wheel in the fixture head malfunctioned and the lamp power is reduced when
the gobo wheel or animation wheel is moving into the light beam.
FS Fans Bad, Lamp Off
Both blowers (Fan 11, Fan 12) of the framing shutters module in the fixture head malfunctioned and the lamp
was switched off.
FS Fan Bad, Lamp P. Red.
One of the blowers (Fan 11, Fan 12) of the framing shutters module in the fixture head malfunctioned and the
lamp power has been reduced.
Arm Fan Bad
The small fan (Fan 8) in the fixture arm malfunctioned.
Fans location:
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11. Technical Specifications
Electrical
Power supply: electronic auto-ranging
Input voltage range: 200-240V, 50-60Hz
Power consumption:
Lamp power 1700W............ 2000W (power factor=0.99, I=8.96 A@230V)
Lamp power 1500W............ 1820W (power factor=0.99, I=8.04 A @230V)
Fuse: T 12 A/250V
Lamp
Osram Lok-it! HTI 1700/PS (140,000 lumens, CRI=92+, CCT=6000K,
750 hrs. life @ 1700W/1500W/Quiet mode )
Base: PGJ28 Lok-it!
Ballast
Electronic
Optical System
High luminous-efficiency glass reflector
Zoom range:
Beam application: 5°- 45°
Wash application: 7.5° - 48° (heavy frost 10°)
12° - 52° (heavy frost 20°) /installed in the fixture
14° - 56° (heavy frost 30°)
(beam angles at 1/10 beam)
Colour wheel 1
6 dichroic filters (deep red, deep blue, orange, green, magenta, congo blue) + open
Colour wheel 2
6 replaceable 'SLOT&LOCK' dichroic filters (pink, lavender, laser green, CTB,
minus 1/1 green, minus 1/2 green) + open
CMY + CTO mixing module
Smooth CMY colour mixing system
Colour temperature correction filter lowers the colour temperature to 2700 K
98 colour macros
Rotating gobo wheel
6 glass gobos can be indexed and rotated in both directions at different speeds
Gobo wheel continuous rotation
Glass gobos: outside diameter=30.8 mm, image diameter=25 mm, max. thickness=3.5 mm, high
temperature borofloat or better glass
"Slot&lock" system for easy replacement of gobos
Iris
Motorized iris for different beam diameters
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Frost filters
3 separate,variable frost filters (light, medium, heavy)
Zoom
Effect wheel
replaceable heavy filter 20°
2 another filters included (10° and 30°)
Linear motorized zoom
Effect wheel rotating in both directions
Strobe
Strobe effect with variable speed (up to 10 Hz)
Electronic strobe
Framing shutters
Dimmer
4 individually positionable blades
rotation of each blade in range of 50°
rotation of the complete framing system in range of 90°
Smooth dimmer from 0 - 100 %
Control
Graphic touch screen for fixture setting and addressing
Gravitation sensor for auto screen positioning
Battery backup of the touch screen
Readout fixture and lamp usage, receiving DMX values, temperatures, etc
Built-in analyzer for easy fault finding, error messages
Remotely switching on/off the lamp
Black-out while head moving or colour changing
Pan/Tilt electronic motion stabilizer
Stand-alone operation
3 user editable programs, each up to 100 steps
Supported protocols: USITT DMX 512, RDM, ArtNet, MANet, MANet2, sACN
Support of RDM (Remote Device Management)
2 DMX modes (48, 41 control channels)
Wireless DMX/RDM module (Wireless DMX version only)
Compliance with USITT DMX-512 (1986 & 1990) and 512-A
Full DMX fidelity and frame integrity
Auto sensing of DMX frame rate and frame size
<5ms DMX latency
Operational frequency range of 2402-2480 MHz
Producer: LumenRadio
Pan/Tilt
Pan movement range 540°
Tilt movement range 270°
16 bit movement resolution
Automatic Pan/Tilt position correction
Remotely controllable speed of pan/tilt movement for easy programming
Pan/tilt-lock mechanism
Rigging
Mounting points: 2 pairs of 1/4-turn locks
Mounting horizontally or vertically via 2 Omega brackets
Temperatures
Maximum ambient temperature: 45°C (for CE)
25°C (for cETLus)
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Maximum housing temperature : 170° C (at air vents in fixture head)
Minimum distances
Connection
Min. distance from flammable surfaces: 1 m
Min. distance to alight object: 8 m
DMX data in/out: Locking 3-pin and 5-pin XLR
ArtNet: RJ 45 (Neutrik Ethercon)
AC power IN: Chassis connector Neutrik PowerCon, A-type, NAC3MPA
Total heat dissipation
6480 BTU/h (calculated)
Weight (net)
38.4 kg
Dimensions (mm)
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Photometric diagrams
Beam application
Min. zoom
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Max. zoom
44
Wash application
Min. zoom (heavy frost 20°)
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Wash application
Min. zoom (heavy frost 20°)
46
Wash application
Max. zoom (heavy frost 20°)
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Wash application
Max. zoom (heavy frost 20°)
Accessories
1 x Omega adaptor CL-regular 2 pcs in box (P/N 10980033)
1 x Power cable
1 x Frost modules* (P/N 15050007)
* Includes two frosts 10° and 30°
Optional accessories
BMFL Handles 2 pcs (P/N 10980233)
BMFL Side Handle (P/N 10980396)
Upgrade kit CRMX Universal 260 (P/N 99030100)
Doughty Trigger Clamp (P/N 17030386)
Safety wire 50 kg (P/N 99011957)
Lamp Osram Lok-it HTI 1700/PS (P/N 14080049)
Robin BMFL LightMaster side kit SET(P/N 10080281) /Cardboard/
Robin BMFL LightMaster side kit SET(P/N 10580281 /Single Top Loader Case/
Robin BMFL LightMaster rear kit SET (P/N 10080282) /Cardboard/
Robin BMFL LightMaster rear kit SET (P/N 10580282) /Single Top Loader Case/
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12. Maintenance and cleaning
It is absolutely essential that the fixture is kept clean and that dust, dirt and smoke-fluid residues must not build
up on or within the fixture. Otherwise, the fixture‘s light-output will be significantly reduced. Regular cleaning will
not only ensure the maximum light-output, but will also allow the fixture to function reliably throughout its life.
A soft lint-free cloth moistened with any good glass cleaning fluid is recommended, under no circumstances
should alcohol or solvents be used!
DANGER !
Disconnect from the mains before starting any
maintenance work
The front objective lens will require weekly cleaning as smoke-fluid tends to building up residues, reducing
the light-output very quickly. The cooling-fans should be cleaned monthly.
The interior of the fixture should be cleaned at least annually using a vacuum-cleaner or an air-jet.
Dichroic colour filters, CMY lamellas, gobo and effect wheels and the internal lenses should be cleaned monthly.
Remove dust and dirt from the fans and cooling vents using a soft brush and vacuum-cleaner.
Important! Check the air filters periodically and clean before they become clogged!
Clean two air filters placed in the fixture´s covers and two in the fixture base. Use a vacuum cleaner, compressed
air or you can wash them and put back dry.
After replacing the air filters, reset the elapsed time counter in the menu "Information" (Information--->Air Filters---> Elapsed Time).
Replacing the fuse.
Before replacing the fuse, unplug mains lead.
1. Remove the fuse holder on the rear panel of the base with a fitting screwdriver from the housing
(anti-clockwise).
2. Remove the old fuse from the fuse holder.
3. Install the new fuse in the fuse holder (only the same type and rating).
4. Replace the fuseholder in the housing and fix it.
Checking plastic parts of the fixture.
The plastic parts of the fixture should be checked for damages and beginning cracks at least every two months.
In addition, the plastic part of the front lens has to be checked mechanically (by means of movement by the
plastic part) if it is firmly fastened to the fixture. If hint of a crack is found on some plastic part, do not use the
fixture until the damaged part will be replaced.
Cracks or another damages of the plastic parts can be caused by the fixture transportation or manipulation and
also ageing process may influence plastic materials.
This checking is necessary for both fixed installations and preparing fixtures for renting. Any free moving parts
inside of the fixture head, cracked plastic or any plastic part of front lens not sitting properly in place need to
be immediately replaced.
Example of a crack on the plastic cover (for illustrative purpose).
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12.1 Disposing of the product
To preserve the environment please dispose or recycle this product at the end of its life according to the local
regulations and codes.
13. ChangeLog
This section summarizes all types of changes in the user manual.
Version of the
manual
Date of issue
Description of changes
1.1
05/04/2016
DMX chart version 1.2 (Silent mode renamed to Quiet mode)
1.2
08/11/2016
DMX chart version 1.3 (Home position on Power/special functions channel)
1.3
04/04/2017
DMX chart version 1.4 (Colour macros renamed)
1.4
16/08/2017
DMX chart version 1.5 (LightMaster and Robospot support added)
1.5
30/08/2017
DMX chart version 1.6 (LightMaster and Robospot support modified)
1.6
11/01/2018
Optional accessories changed
1.7
02/07/2018
Added notice for manipulation with powerCon.
1.8
18/03/2019
Web password reset added (tab Personality)
1.9
09/04/2019
Gobo changing improvement
2.0
03/07/2019
Check of plastic added (chapter Maintenance and cleaning)
July 31, 2019
Copyright © 2015-2019 Robe Lighting - All rights reserved
All Specifications subject to change without notice
Made in CZECH REPUBLIC by ROBE LIGHTING s.r.o. Palackeho 416/20 CZ 75701 Valasske Mezirici
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DMX protocol
Robin BMFL WashBeam - DMX protocol
Mode 1 - Standard 16 bit, Mode 2 - Reduced 8 bit
version 1.6
Mode/channel
1
2
1
DMX
Value
0 - 255
2
3
3
4
4
proportional
Fine control of pan movement
proportional
Tilt
0 - 255
Tilt movement by 270°
proportional
Tilt fine
0 - 255
Fine control of tilt movement
proportional
Pan/Tilt speed , Pan/Tilt time
5
0
1
2 - 255
2 - 255
6
Pan movement by 540°
Pan Fine
0 - 255
5
Type of
control
Pan
1
2
Function
Standard mode
Max. Speed Mode
Pan/Tilt speed mode
Speed from max. to min.
Pan/Tilt time mode
Time from 0.2 s to 25.5 sec.
step
step
proportional
proportional
Power/Special functions
6
0-9
10-14
15-19
Reserved
To activate following functions, stop in DMX value for at least 3 s
and shutter must be closed at least 3 sec. („Shutter,Strobe”
channel 46/40 must be at range: 0-31 DMX). Corresponding menu
items are temporarily overriden except DMX Input.
DMX input: Wired DMX *
DMX input: Wireless DMX *
step
step
* function is active only10 seconds after switching the fixture on
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70-74
75-79
80-89
90 - 94
95-99
100 - 104
105 -109
11 0-114
115 -119
120-129
Graphic display On
Graphic display Off
Reserved
Lamp power 1500W
Lamp power 1700W
Quiet mode
Dimmer curve: Square law
Dimmer curve: Linear
Fans mode: Auto
Fans mode: High
step
Home position on
Home position off
Reserved
step
Pan/Tilt speed mode
Pan/Tilt time mode
Blackout while pan/tilt moving
Disabled blackout while pan/tilt moving
Blackout while colour wheels moving
Disabled blackout while colour wheels moving
Reserved
To activate following functions, stop in DMX value for at least 3
seconds.
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
130 - 139 Lamp On
step
step
step
step
step
step
Page 1
DMX protocol
Mode/channel
1
2
DMX
Value
140 - 149
150 - 159
160 - 169
170 - 179
180 - 189
190 - 199
200 - 209
210 - 229
230 - 239
Function
Pan/Tilt reset
Colour system reset
Gobo wheel reset
Dimmer/Shutter reset
Zoom/focus/frost reset
Iris/framing shutters/effect wheel reset
Total reset
Reserved
Lamp Off
Type of
control
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
The following LightMaster/RoboSpot related commands are only applicable when
LightMaster/RoboSpot are connected:
240 - 244 LightMaster /RoboSpot enabled
245 - 249 LightMaster/RoboSpot disabled - except handle faders and pan/tilt
250 - 255 LightMaster/RoboSpot fully disabled (except pan/tilt at LightMaster)
7
0
18
37
55
73
91
110
128-129
130-139
140-149
150-159
160-169
170-179
180-189
190 - 215
216 - 217
218 - 243
244 - 249
250 - 255
*
9
8
step
step
Colour wheel 1
7
8
step
Continual positioning
Open/white
Deep red
Deep blue
Orange
Green
Magenta
Congo blue (UV)
White
Positioning
Deep red
Deep blue
Orange
Green
Magenta
Congo blue (UV)
Forwards rainbow effect from fast to slow
No rotation
Backwards rainbow effect from slow to fast
Random colour selection by audio control
(Set microphone sensitivity in menu „Personality”)
Auto random colour selection from fast to slow
proportional
proportional
proportional
proportional
proportional
proportional
proportional
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
proportional
step
proportional
step
proportional
Colour wheel 1 - fine positioning
0 - 255
Fine positioning
proportional
Colour wheel 2
0
18
37
55
73
91
110
Continual positioning
Open/white
Pink
Lavander
Laser green
CTB
minus 1/1 green
minus 1/2 green
proportional
proportional
proportional
proportional
proportional
proportional
proportional
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DMX protocol
Mode/channel
1
2
DMX
Value
Function
128-129 White
Positioning
130-139 Pink
140-149 Lavander
150-159 Laser green
160-169 CTB
170-179 minus 1/1 green
180-189 minus 1/2 green
190 - 215 Forwards rainbow effect from fast to slow
216 - 217 No rotation
218 - 243 Backwards rainbow effect from slow to fast
244 - 249 Random colour selection by audio control
(Set microphone sensitivity in menu „Personality”)
250 - 255 Auto random colour selection from fast to slow
10
11
12
0 - 255
Fine positioning
0 - 255
Cyan (0-white, 255-full cyan)
0 - 255
Magenta (0-white, 255-full magenta)
12
step
step
step
step
proportional
step
proportional
step
proportional
proportional
proportional
proportional
Yellow
0 - 255
Yellow (0-white, 255-full yellow)
proportional
CTO filter
0 - 255
15
step
Magenta
10
14
step
Cyan
9
11
step
Colour wheel 2 - fine positioning
*
13
Type of
control
(0-6000K, 255-2700K)
proportional
CMY +CTO + CW1+CW2 macros
13
See table "Colour macros" to find components of each colour
The following channels are disabled: 7-14 (Mode 1),7-12 (Mode2)
0-7
8-9
10-11
12-13
14-15
16-17
18-19
20-21
22-23
24-25
26-27
28-29
30-31
32-33
34-35
36-37
38-39
40-41
42-43
44-45
46-47
No function
Colour Macro 1
Colour Macro 2
Colour Macro 3
Colour Macro 4
Colour Macro 5
Colour Macro 6
Colour Macro 7
Colour Macro 8
Colour Macro 9
Colour Macro 10
Colour Macro 11
Colour Macro 12
Colour Macro 13
Colour Macro 14
Colour Macro 15
Colour Macro 16
Colour Macro 17
Colour Macro 18
Colour Macro 19
Colour Macro 20
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
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DMX protocol
Mode/channel
1
2
DMX
Value
48-49
50-51
52-53
54-55
56-57
58-59
60-61
62-63
64-65
66-67
68-69
70-71
72-73
74-75
76-77
78-79
80-81
82-83
84-85
86-87
88-89
90-91
92-93
94-95
96-97
98-99
100-101
102-103
104-105
106-107
108-109
110-111
112-113
114-115
116-117
118-119
120-121
122-123
124-125
126-127
128-129
130-131
132-133
134-135
136-137
138-139
140-141
142-143
Function
Colour Macro 21
Colour Macro 22
Colour Macro 23
Colour Macro 24
Colour Macro 25
Colour Macro 26
Colour Macro 27
Colour Macro 28
Colour Macro 29
Colour Macro 30
Filter 4 (Medium Bastard Amber)
Filter 10 (Medium Yellow)
Filter 19 (Fire)
Filter 26 (Bright Red)
Filter 58 (Lavender)
Filter 68 (Sky Blue)
Filter 71 (Tokyo Blue)
Filter 79 (Just Blue)
Filter 88 (Lime Green)
Filter 90 (Dark Yellow Green)
Filter 100 (Spring Yellow)
Filter 101 (Yellow)
Filter 102 (Light Amber)
Filter 103 (Straw)
Filter 104 (Deep Amber)
Filter 105 (Orange)
Filter 106 (Primary Red)
Filter 111 (Dark Pink)
Filter 115 (Peacock Blue)
Filter 116 (Medium Blue-Green)
Filter 117 (Steel Blue)
Filter 118 (Light Blue)
Filter 119 (Dark Blue)
Filter 120 (Deep Blue)
Filter 121 (Filter Green)
Filter 128 (Bright Pink)
Filter 131 (Marine Blue)
Filter 132 (Medium Blue)
Filter 134 (Golden Amber)
Filter 135 (Deep Golden Amber)
Filter 136 (Pale Lavender)
Filter 137 (Special Lavender)
Filter 138 (Pale Green)
Filter 139 (Primary Green)
Filter 141 (Bright Blue)
Filter 147 (Apricot)
Filter 148 (Bright Rose)
Filter 152 (Pale Gold)
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Type of
control
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
DMX protocol
Mode/channel
1
2
DMX
Value
144-145
146-147
148-149
150-151
152-153
154-155
156-157
158-159
160-161
162-163
164-165
166-167
168-169
170-171
172-173
174-175
176-177
178-179
180-181
182-183
184-185
186-187
188-189
190-191
192-193
194-195
196-197
198-199
200-243
244 - 249
Function
Filter 154 (Pale Rose)
Filter 157 (Pink)
Filter 158 (Deep Orange)
Filter 162 (Bastard Amber)
Filter 164 (Flame Red)
Filter 165 (Daylight Blue)
Filter 169 (Lilac Tint)
Filter 170 (Deep Lavender)
Filter 172 (Lagoon Blue)
Filter 179 (Chrome Orange)
Filter 180 (Dark Lavender)
Filter 181 (Congo Blue)
Filter 197 (Alice Blue)
Filter 201 (Full C.T. Blue)
Filter 202 (Half C.T. Blue)
Filter 203 (Quarter C.T. Blue)
Filter 204 (Full C.T. Orange)
Filter 205 (Half C.T. Orange)
Filter 206 (Quarter C.T. Orange)
Filter 247 (Filter Minus Green)
Filter 248 (Half Minus Green)
Filter 281 (Three Quarter C.T. Blue)
Filter 285 (Three Quarter C.T. Orange)
Filter 352 (Glacier Blue)
Filter 353 (Lighter Blue)
Filter 715 (Cabana Blue)
Filter 778 (Millennium Gold)
Filter 793 (Vanity Fair)
15
0
1 - 255
18
16
0
1 - 255
19
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
proportional
Effect Speed
14
0-255
0-255
17
step
Reserved
Random macro selection by audio control
(Set microphone sensitivity in menu "PErsonality")
250 - 255 Auto random macro selection from fast to slow
16
Type of
control
Speed of CMY&CTO movement and Rot. Gobo selection
Speed of CMY+CTO movement from max. to min.
Speed of Rot. gobo selection from max. to min.
CMY+CTO+Colour wheel time
Function is off
Time of CMY, CTO and Colour wheel movement (0.1sec-->25.5sec.)
Framing shutters+Zoom+Focus+Frost+Iris time
Function is off
Time of framing shutters, zoom, focus, iris and frost
movement (0.1 sec-->25.5 sec.)
proportional
proportional
step
proportional
step
proportional
Effect wheel positioning
17
0-19
20-127
128-170
171-213
No function
Proportional indexing (73-center)
Ramping from open to full position ( max--->min. speed)
Ramping from open to half position ( max. --->min. speed)
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step
proportional
proportional
proportional
DMX protocol
Mode/channel
1
2
DMX
Value
Function
214-255 Ramp. from half position to full position ( max. --->min. speed)
20
No rotation
Forwards rotation from fast to slow
No rotation -default
proportional
Backwards rotation from slow to fast
proportional
step
step
Effect wheel animations
19
0-7
22
proportional
Effect wheel rotation
18
0
1 - 127
128
129 -255
21
Type of
control
No animation
Note : Set suitable DMX value at Focus channel to get desired
animation. All animations were created at distance 5 m from
screen with zoom=128DMX
Coloured animations. The channels are blocked: Colour wheel 1
and 2, CMY+CMY macros, Effect wheel positioning, Effect wheel
rotation, Rotat. gobo, gobo rotation
8-9
10-11
12-13
14-15
16-17
18-19
20-21
22-23
24-25
26-27
Animation Macro 1 (focus=177 DMX)
Animation Macro 2 (focus=205 DMX)
Animation Macro 3 (focus=201 DMX)
Animation Macro 4 (focus=188 DMX)
Animation Macro 5 (focus=188 DMX)
Animation Macro 6 (focus=180 DMX)
Animation Macro 7 (focus=180 DMX)
Animation Macro 8 (focus=180 DMX)
Animation Macro 9 (focus=180 DMX)
Animation Macro 10 (focus=180 DMX)
Black and white animations . The channels are blocked: Effect
wheel positioning, Effect wheel rotation, Rotat. gobo, gobo
rotation
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
28-29
30-31
32-33
34-35
36-37
38-39
40-41
42-43
44-45
46-47
48-255
Animation Macro 1 (focus=177 DMX)
Animation Macro 2 (focus=205 DMX)
Animation Macro 3 (focus=201 DMX)
Animation Macro 4 (focus=188 DMX)
Animation Macro 5 (focus=188 DMX)
Animation Macro 6 (focus=180 DMX)
Animation Macro 7 (focus=180 DMX)
Animation Macro 8 (focus=180 DMX)
Animation Macro 9 (focus=180 DMX)
Animation Macro 10 (focus=180 DMX)
Reserved
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
Rotating gobo wheel
20
0-4
5-8
9-13
14-17
18-22
23-26
27-31
32-35
Index - set indexing on channel 23/21
Open/hole
Gobo 1
Gobo 2
Gobo 3
Gobo 4
Gobo 5
Gobo 6
Rotation - set rotation on channel 23/21
Gobo 1
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step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
DMX protocol
Mode/channel
1
2
DMX
Value
36-40
41-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
Function
Gobo 2
Gobo 3
Gobo 4
Gobo 5
Gobo 6
Type of
control
step
step
step
step
step
Shaking gobos from slow to fast
Index - set indexing on channel 23/21
60-71 Gobo 1
72-83 Gobo 2
84-95 Gobo 3
96-106 Gobo 4
107-118 Gobo 5
119-129 Gobo 6
proportional
proportional
proportional
proportional
proportional
proportional
Shaking gobos from slow to fast
130-141
142-153
154-165
166-176
177-188
189-199
200 - 201
202 - 221
222-223
224 - 243
244 - 249
250 - 255
23
Rotation - set rotation on channel 23/21
Gobo 1
Gobo 2
Gobo 3
Gobo 4
Gobo 5
Gobo 6
Open/hole
Forwards gobo wheel rotation from fast to slow
No rotation
Backwards gobo wheel rotation from slow to fast
Random gobo selection by audio control
(Set microphone sensitivity in menu „Personality”)
Auto random gobo selection from fast to slow
0 - 255
Gobo indexing - set position on channel 22/20
Gobo indexing
Gobo rotation - set position on channel 22/20
No rotation
Forwards gobo rotation from fast to slow
No rotation - default
0
1 - 127
128
129 - 255 Backwards gobo rotation from slow to fast
*
25
22
proportional
proportional
proportional
step
proportional
proportional
step
proportional
proportional
step
proportional
step
proportional
Fine indexing (rotation)
proportional
Light frost
0-254
255
Frost from 0% to 100%
Frost 100% , permanent focused beam edge *
proportional
step
Medium frost
23
0-254
255
27
proportional
Rot. Gobo indexing/rotation - fine
0-255
26
proportional
Rot. Gobo indexing/rotation
21
24
proportional
Frost from 0% to 100%
Frost 100% , permanent focused beam edge *
proportional
step
Heavy frost
24
0-254
255
Frost from 0% to 100%
Frost 100% , permanent focused beam edge*
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proportional
step
DMX protocol
Mode/channel
1
2
DMX
Value
Function
Type of
control
* set frost to 0 % (0 DMX), set min. zoom (255 DMX) and focus
edge of free hole. Set frost at 255 DMX and the frosted edge will be
the same during zooming (0-255 DMX). Focus is blocked.
28
Iris
25
0
Open
1 - 179 From max.diameter to min.diameter
180 - 191 Closed
Pulse effects with Iris blackout:
192 -219 Pulse opening from slow to fast
220 - 247 Pulse closing from fast to slow
248 - 249 Random pulse opening (fast)
250 - 251 Random pulse opening (slow)
252 - 253 Random pulse closing (fast)
254 - 255 Random pulse closing (slow)
29
*
30
26
31
*
34
28
35
29
Fine iris movement
30
37
31
38
39
40
41
32
33
34
35
step
step
step
step
proportional
Zoom from max. to min.beam angle
0-255
Fine zooming
proportional
0 - 255
Continuous adjustment from far to near
proportional
Focus
proportional
Focus - fine
0- 255
36
proportional
Zoom - fine
27
*
proportional
Zoom
0 - 255
33
step
Iris - fine
0 - 255
32
step
proportional
Fine focusing
Reserved
Reserved for future functions
Framing shutters module rotation
0-127 Rotation from left (0°) to 45°
128
45°
129-255 Rotation from 45° to right (90°)
Framing shutter 1- movement
0-255 Movement from Outward to Inward
Framing shutter 1- swivelling
0-127 Swivelling from -25 degrees towards 0 degrees
128
0 degrees (default)
129-255 Swivelling from 0 degrees to +25 degrees
Framing shutter 2- movement
0-255 Movement from Outward to Inward
Framing shutter 2- swivelling
0-127 Swivelling from -25 degrees towards 0 degrees
128
0 degrees (default)
129-255 Swivelling from 0 degrees to +25 degrees
Framing shutter 3 movement
0-255 Movement from Outward to Inward
Framing shutter 3- swivelling
0-127 Swivelling from -25 degrees towards 0 degrees
128
0 degrees (default)
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proportional
proportional
step
proportional
proportional
proportional
step
proportional
proportional
proportional
step
proportional
proportional
proportional
step
DMX protocol
Mode/channel
1
2
42
36
43
37
44
DMX
Value
Function
129-255 Swivelling from 0 degrees to +25 degrees
Framing shutter 4 movement
0-255 Movement from Outward to Inward
Framing shutter 4- swivelling
0-127 Swivelling from -25 degrees towards 0 degrees
128
0 degrees (default)
129-255 Swivelling from 0 degrees to +25 degrees
38
0-3
4-7
8-11
12-15
16-19
20-23
24-27
28-31
32-35
36-39
40-43
44-47
48-51
52-55
56-59
60-63
64-67
68-71
72-75
76-79
80-83
84-87
88-91
92-95
96-99
100-103
104-107
108-111
112-115
116-119
120-123
124-127
128-131
132-135
136-139
140-143
144-147
148-151
152-155
156-159
Framing shutters macros
No function
Macro 1
Macro 2
Macro 3
Macro 4
Macro 5
Macro 6
Macro 7
Macro 8
Macro 9
Macro 10
Macro 11
Macro 12
Macro 13
Macro 14
Macro 15
Macro 16
Macro 17
Macro 18
Macro 19
Macro 20
Macro 21
Macro 22
Macro 23
Macro 24
Macro 25
Macro 26
Macro 27
Macro 28
Macro 29
Macro 30
Macro 31
Macro 32
Macro 33
Macro 34
Macro 35
Macro 36
Macro 37
Macro 38
Macro 39
Type of
control
proportional
proportional
proportional
step
proportional
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
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DMX protocol
Mode/channel
1
2
DMX
Value
160-163
164-167
168-171
172-175
176-179
180-183
184-187
188-191
192-195
196-199
200-203
204-207
208-211
212-255
45
46
39
48
Macro 40
Macro 41
Macro 42
Macro 43
Macro 44
Macro 45
Macro 46
Macro 47
Macro 48
Macro 49
Macro 50
Macro 51
Macro 52
Reserved
Framing shutters macro speed
0- 255
Speed from slow to fast.
0 - 31
32 - 63
64 - 95
Shutter closed
Shutter open
Strobe effect
(64-0.4Hz, 67 - 0.5Hz, 74-1Hz, 83 - 5Hz, 91 - 10Hz, 95 - 11Hz)
Shutter open
Opening pulse in sequences from slow to fast
Closing pulse in sequences from fast to slow
Shutter open, Electronic strobing „ZAP” from slow to fast
Random strobe-effect from slow to fast
Shutter open
Type of
control
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
step
proportional
Shutter/ strobe
40
96 - 127
128 - 143
144 - 159
160 - 191
192 - 223
224 - 255
47
Function
step
step
proportional
step
proportional
proportional
proportional
proportional
step
Dimmer intensity
41
0 - 255
Dimmer intensity from 0% to 100%
0 - 255
Fine dimming
proportional
Dimmer intensity - fine
*
proportional
Copyright © 2015-2017 Robe Lighting s.r.o. - All rights reserved
All Specifications subject to change without notice
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Color name
Colour Macro 1
Colour Macro 2
Colour Macro 3
Colour Macro 4
Colour Macro 5
Colour Macro 6
Colour Macro 7
Colour Macro 8
Colour Macro 9
Colour Macro 10
Colour Macro 11
Colour Macro 12
Colour Macro 13
Colour Macro 14
Colour Macro 15
Colour Macro 16
Colour Macro 17
Colour Macro 18
Colour Macro 19
Colour Macro 20
Colour Macro 21
Colour Macro 22
Colour Macro 23
Colour Macro 24
Colour Macro 25
Colour Macro 26
Colour Macro 27
Colour Macro 28
Colour Macro 29
Colour Macro 30
Filter 4 (Medium Bastard Amber)
Filter 10 (Medium Yellow)
Filter 19 (Fire)
Filter 26 (Bright Red)
Filter 58 (Lavender)
Filter 68 (Sky Blue)
Filter 71 (Tokyo Blue)
Filter 79 (Just Blue)
Filter 88 (Lime Green)
Filter 90 (Dark Yellow Green)
Filter 100 (Spring Yellow)
Filter 101 (Yellow)
Filter 102 (Light Amber)
Filter 103 (Straw)
Filter 104 (Deep Amber)
Filter 105 (Orange)
CW1
DMX
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
175
0
0
145
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Colour macros
CW1
CW2
CW2
fine
fine
DMX
DMX
DMX
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
155
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Cyan
DMX
Magenta
DMX
Yellow
DMX
CTO
DMX
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
91
152
213
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
116
148
196
255
255
255
255
255
220
192
144
97
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
57
83
127
166
226
255
255
0
0
0
0
0
161
210
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
255
231
188
90
70
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
95
95
108
108
98
215
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
95
65
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
110
0
0
200
226
241
254
89
228
128
97
84
0
0
0
94
0
222
255
166
125
116
149
0
0
0
0
0
52
9
132
107
255
236
221
0
0
0
0
134
236
231
245
190
106
218
242
0
0
0
255
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Filter 106 (Primary Red)
Filter 111 (Dark Pink)
Filter 115 (Peacock Blue)
Filter 116 (Medium Blue-Green)
Filter 117 (Steel Blue)
Filter 118 (Light Blue)
Filter 119 (Dark Blue)
Filter 120 (Deep Blue)
Filter 121 (Filter Green)
Filter 128 (Bright Pink)
Filter 131 (Marine Blue)
Filter 132 (Medium Blue)
Filter 134 (Golden Amber)
Filter 135 (Deep Golden Amber)
Filter 136 (Pale Lavender)
Filter 137 (Special Lavender)
Filter 138 (Pale Green)
Filter 139 (Primary Green)
Filter 141 (Bright Blue)
Filter 147 (Apricot)
Filter 148 (Bright Rose)
Filter 152 (Pale Gold)
Filter 154 (Pale Rose)
Filter 157 (Pink)
Filter 158 (Deep Orange)
Filter 162 (Bastard Amber)
Filter 164 (Flame Red)
Filter 165 (Daylight Blue)
Filter 169 (Lilac Tint)
Filter 170 (Deep Lavender)
Filter 172 (Lagoon Blue)
Filter 179 (Chrome Orange)
Filter 180 (Dark Lavender)
Filter 181 (Congo Blue)
Filter 197 (Alice Blue)
Filter 201 (Full C.T. Blue)
Filter 202 (Half C.T. Blue)
Filter 203 (Quarter C.T. Blue)
Filter 204 (Full C.T. Orange)
Filter 205 (Half C.T. Orange)
Filter 206 (Quarter C.T. Orange)
Filter 247 (Filter Minus Green)
Filter 248 (Half Minus Green)
Filter 281 (Three Quarter C.T. Blue)
Filter 285 (Three Quarter C.T. Orange)
Filter 352 (Glacier Blue)
Filter 353 (Lighter Blue)
Filter 715 (Cabana Blue)
Filter 778 (Millennium Gold)
Filter 793 (Vanity Fair)
155
0
0
0
0
0
0
145
0
0
0
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