XLED 2007 BEAM
PR-8123
This product manual contains important information about the safe installation and use of this product. Please
read and follow these instructions carefully before installing and using the product and keep this manual in a
safe place for future reference.
PR LIGHTING LTD.
http://www.pr-light ing.com
INDEX
SAFETY INFORMATION AND WARNINGS -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------PRODUCT INSTALLATION ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DMX CONTROL CONNECTION ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DMX TERMINATOR --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PRODUCT FUNCTION SETUP ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DMX START ADDRESS SETUP ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------STAND-ALONE MODE ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MASTER/SLAVE MODE --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SOUND OPERATION---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------OPERATION MENU --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DMX PROTOCOL ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DISPLAY INFORMATION -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MAINTENANCE --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PRODUCT CLEANING ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------TROUBLESHOOTING -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------TECHNICAL DATA ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------COMPONENT ORDER CODES ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CIRCUIT DIAGRAM -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Every ex-company fixture is tested completely and packed properly by the manufacturer. The use explanations and
warnings in this manual must be strictly followed .Any damage caused by improper use will not be covered by the
manufacturer and / or dealer.
If any technical data changes, further notice won’t be offered .
ACCESSORIES
These items are packed together with the product, please check them:
Name
XLR signal connector
Safety cord
This manual
G clamp
Ω clamp
Wireless receiver
Frost Panel
Quantity
Unit
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
SET
PCS
PCS
SET
SET
SET
PCS
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Remark
Without cable
Standard
Optional
Optional
Optional
SAFETY INFORMATION AND WARNINGS
After receiving product, please unpack and check if there are any damages caused by transportation. Do not use the fixture if
transportation damages occur and contact the manufacturer or the dealer as soon as possible.
The product is only for indoor use, IP20. Use only in dry locations. Keep this device away from rain and moisture, excessive heat,
humidity and dust. Do not allow its contact with water or any other liquids .
The unit is only intended for installation, operation and maintenance by qualified personnel.
The product must be installed in a location with good ventilation, at least 50cm from adjacent wall surfaces. Be sure that no fans and
ventilation slots are blocked.
Do not project the beam onto inflammable surfaces, minimum distance is 1.3m.
1.3m
Avoid looking into the light from the fixture directly (especially to Epileptic Patients). The light is harmful to the eye.
Do not attempt to dismantle and/or modify the product in any way.
Electrical connection must only be carried out by qualified personnel.
Before installation, ensure that the voltage and frequency of power supply match the power requirements of the fixture .
It is essential that each fixture is correctly earthed and that electrical installation conforms to all relevant standards.
Do not connect this device to any other types of dimmer apparatus.
Make sure that the power-cord is never crimped or damaged by sharp edges. Never let the power-cord come into contact with other cables.
If the fixture is not in use or before it being cleaned, please hold the plug and unplug the power cord . Never pull out the plug by
tugging the power-cord.
The fixture should always be installed with a secondary safety fixing. A safety cord is supplied for this; it should be attached as shown
in “installing the unit” section. At the back cover of the base, there is a safety hole for the safety cord, for safety installation, please
run the safety cord supplied with the fixture through the safety hole to support the safe installation.
Shields and lens shall be changed if they have become visibly damaged to such an extent than their effectiveness is impaired, for
example by cracks or deep scratches.
Exterior surface temperatures of the luminaire after 5 minutes operation is 45℃, when steady, it achieves 50℃,
There is no user repairable parts inside the fixture, do not open the housing and never operate the unit with the covers removed. Before
the use of the fixture, please check if the covers are fixed well and all screws are fastened.
If any questions, don’t hesitate to consult your dealer or the manufacturer.
Important: Always disconnect from Power Supply, when the device is not in use or before cleaning or
any maintenance work!
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PRODUCT INSTALLATION
SAFETY CORD
SOUND
CLAMP
WARNING:
Please run the safety cord through
safety hole and make sure that the
cord is property secured.
Take 1 clamp and 1 the safety cord out from the package and mount 1 clamp on the BOTTOM of fixture with 2 retainers attached to
the clamp. Hang the fixture on the steel truss and fasten the retainers attached to the clamp. Always ensure that the location that you are
going to mount the unit is secure and is strong enough to support the weight of the unit (See the WARNING as shown above) To pass
SAFETY CORD through the SAFETY HOLE on the back cover of the base of the fixture for safety! Always ensure that the
unit is firmly anchored to avoid vibration and slipping whilst functioning.
WARNING:
1. The unit MUST be lifted or carried by the HANDLES instead of clamps.
2. For safety the safety cord should bear 10 times of the unit’s weight.
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POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONS
Connect the power cord as follows:
L (live) =brown
E (earth) =yellow/green
N (neutral) =blue
Please be advised to notice power supply’s voltage and frequency meet what are described on the nameplate of the product. It is
recommended that each unit be power connected separately so that they may be individually switched on and off.
IMPORTANT
It is essential that each unit(yellow/green twin wire) is correctly earthed and the electrical installation conforms to all relevant
standards.
DMX CONTROL CONNECTION
Connection between controller and unit and between one unit and another must be made with a 2 core-screened cable, with each core
having at least a 0.5mm diameter. Connection to the DMX512 input and output ports of the unit is via 5 pin XLR plugs and
sockets(which are included with the unit). The XLR's plugs and sockets are connected with wires as shown in the figure above. Note:
care should be taken to ensure that none of the pins touch the metallic body of the plug or each other. XLR’s plug and socket must not
be connected with XLR control wire in any way other than shown as above. The fixture accepts digital control signals in protocol
DMX512 (1990).
Connect the controller’s output to the first fixture’s input, and connect the first fixture’s output to the second fixture’s input and connect
the rest fixtures in the same way. Eventually connect the last fixture’s output to a DMX terminator as shown in the figure below.
MASTER
DMX IN FROM
CONTROLLER
DMX OUT
SLAVE
DMX IN
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DMX OUT
SLAVE
DMX IN
TERMINATOR
DMX TERMINATOR
In the Controller mode, at the last fixture in the chain, the DMX output has to be connected with a DMX terminator. This prevents
electrical noise from disturbing and corrupting the DMX512 control signals.
The DMX terminator is simply a Canon connector with a 120 (ohm) resistor connected across pins 2 and 3, which is then plugged
into the output socket on the last fixture in the chain. The connections are illustrated below.
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DMX TERMINATOR
5
CONNECTION
Connect a 120 (OHM) resistor
across pins 2 and 3 in an XLR plug
and insert into the DMX out socket
on the last unit in the chain.
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2
PIN 2
120
3
PIN 3
PRODUCT FUNCTION SETUP
Fixture’s address and function code configuration can be set conveniently via Touch Key and LCD display. Press button ENTER
more than 3 seconds to unlock panel. LED display shows the fixture’s function menu. Each Option of the main menu has its own
sub-menu. Each menu stands for specified function of the fixture, please see the details in the following:
Press button UP or DOWN if you want to set or browse through the various Setup Options.
Press button ENTER to save your settings or enter the sub-menus.
Press button UP or DOWN to change the parameters (increase or decrease the numbers)
Press button FUNC, it will return to the upper menu one by one. If the button not pressed, the system will go back to display status
automatically.
TO SET THE DMX START ADDRESS
If many fixtures are controlled by the controller, each fixture should be set with a start address to receive signals sent by the controller
and respond to it. The fixture have 2 DMX modes. There are standard mode and extended mode, For example standard mode has 17
channels, so set the No. 1 Fixture’s address 001, No. 2 Fixture’s address 018, No. 3 Fixture’s address 035 and so on.
Switch on the Fixture. Press button ENTER more than 3 seconds to unlock panel.
Press button FUNC to display DMX address;
Press button UP and DOWN, you can set the address;
Press button ENTER to confirm; when powered on next time, it will show the latest number you saved.
Press button FUNC, it will return to the upper menu one by one.
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STAND-ALONE MODE
Operate the fixture without connecting a controller, enable the master mode in the operation panel, the fixture will run in Stand-Alone
mode automatically.
MASTER/SLAVE MODE
If many fixtures are connected under Master/Slave mode, use XLR-XLR control cable to connect the first fixture’s DMX output port
with the second fixture’s DMX input port, then to connect the second fixture’s output port with the third fixture’s input port and so on
until all the fixtures are connected, the last thing is to plug the terminator at the last fixture’s output port. In this case, the first fixture is
the master, others are slaves
Set the master’s address at 001, Master can be set at any mode(STD mode or extended mode) and slave should be set at same mode as
the master’s.
After powered on, the group will run under Master/Slave mode.
MASTER
DMX IN FROM
CONTROLLER
DMX OUT
SLAVE
DMX IN
DMX OUT
SLAVE
DMX IN
TERMINATOR
SOUND OPERATION
To select different level(0-100) of sound sensitivity based on different operating environment under sound operation under
Operation Mode. There are several different (0-6) sound effects for different operating environment under Sound
Operation.
Note: If several fixtures in series under Master/Slave mode, Only Master respond to external sound.
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OPTIONS MENU
Level 1
Level 2
DMX Address
1~498
Reset
Are You Sure
Level 3
Level 4
Standard 17
DMX Channel Mode
(Default is:STd)
Extended 30
OFF
Pan Tilt Swap
(Default is OFF)
ON
OFF
Pan & Tilt Invert
(Default is OFF)
ON
360
720
Pan angle Range
(Default is 360)
XLR First
XLR Only
DMX Mode
(Default:XLR First)
Wireless Only
Wireless First
Config Settings
参数设置
Wireless To XLR
Unlink Wireless
YES
Slave
Master Slave Selec
Default:Slave)
Master
Sound Sensitivit
0~100
Factory Settings
YES
Parameter Transm
YES
Language
Display Mode
Display Options
Display Reverse
Display Contrast
(Default:9)
Power On Hours
XXXX
Display time
Software Version
X.X.X
Information
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Chinese
English
Off After Delay
On Always
OFF
ON
0~18
Self Test
YES
OFF
Red
Green
Blue
White
Lamp
Red + Green
Green + Blue
Red + Blue
Test Mode
Red +Green + Blue
Manual Test
ON
Pan Location
0-255
Pan
0-255
Tilt Location
0-255
Tilt
0-255
Pan &Tilt Speed
0-255
DMX Operation
YES
Sound Operation
0~6
Preset Memory
YES
User Process
YES
0: All Audio effect
1~6: Single Audio
effect
000 (NO Strobe)
CH1 Strobe
001-129(Plus Strobe)
130-255(Strobe)
Operation Mode
Memory Edit
Static Scene 1~16
CH2 Red
0-255
CH3 Green
0-255
CH4 Blue
0-255
CH5 White
0-255
CH6
Pan Location
CH7
Pan
CH8
Tilt Location
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0-255
0-255
0-255
CH9
Tilt
CH10
P&T Speed
CH11
Holding Time
0-255
0-255
0.1s~25s
Note:
1. There is only one projector to be set as a Master in a signal cable if Master’s functions used, please disable DMX control
signal.
2. When multiple projectors’ work together in synchronous control state, Parameters can be transmitted from the master
projector to the slave projector such as DMX channel mode, Display setting status ( Contrast setting exclude ) and
operation mode ( User memory data is include ) . Before parameters transmitted, the projector which will send
parameters should be set as a Master and others as Slaves.
DMX PROTOCOL
Standard
Extended
Functions
DMX
000
1
2
1
Strobe
Descriptions
No Strobe
001-129
Pulse from slow to fast
130-255
Strobe from slow to fast
2
Dimmer
000-255
Linear Dimming from dark to bright
3
Dimming in 16 bit
000-255
Dimming in 16 bit precision
3
4
Color Temp
4
5
Animation
5
6
Color Macro
000
001-255
000
001-255
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8
Linear color Temp adjustment from low to high
No
Animation effect
000
No
001-031
Red
032-063
Green
064-095
Blue
096-127
Red + Green
128-159
Green + Blue
160-191
Red + Blue
192-223
Red +Green + Blue
224-255
6
No
Rainbow effects (Speed from slow to fast between 224 and 255
in DMX value
7
Area 1 Red
000-255
Linear adjustment in Red from light to dark of Area 1
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Area 2 Red
000-255
Linear adjustment in Red from light to dark of Area 2
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Area 3 Red
000-255
Linear adjustment in Red from light to dark of Area 3
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Area 4 Red
000-255
Linear adjustment in Red from light to dark of Area 4
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Area 1 Green
000-255
Linear adjustment in Green from light to dark of Area 1
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Area 2 Green
000-255
Linear adjustment in Green from light to dark of Area 2
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Area 3 Green
000-255
Linear adjustment in Green from light to dark of Area 3
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Area 4 Green
000-255
Linear adjustment in Green from light to dark of Area 4
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Area 1 Blue
000-255
Linear adjustment in Blue from light to dark of Area 1
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Area 2 Blue
000-255
Linear adjustment in Blue from light to dark of Area 2
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Area 3 Blue
000-255
Linear adjustment in Blue from light to dark of Area 3
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Area 4 Blue
000-255
Linear adjustment in Blue from light to dark of Area 4
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Area 1 White
000-255
Linear adjustment in White from light to dark of Area 1
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Area 2 White
000-255
Linear adjustment in White from light to dark of Area 2
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Area 3 White
000-255
Linear adjustment in White from light to dark of Area 3
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Area 4 White
000-255
Linear adjustment in White from light to dark of Area 4
10
23
Pan
000-255
Pan (0~360°)
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Pan in 16 bit
000-255
Pan in 16 bit precision
000-127
Pan Stop
128-191
Pan Speeds in CCW from slow to fast
192-255
Pan Speeds in CW from slow to fast
9
12
25
Pan
13
26
Tilt
000-255
Tilt(0~270°)
14
27
Tilt in 16 bit
000-255
Tilt in 16 bit precision
000-127
Tilt Stop
128-191
Tilt Speeds in CCW from slow to fast
192-255
Tilt Speeds in CW from slow to fast
000-255
Pan & Tilt Speeds from fast to slow
000-049
Reserved
050-255
Reset
15
28
Tilt
16
29
Pan & Tilt Speeds
17
30
Control function
Remarks: DMX Priority sequence from high to low: Macro, Animation, CT, single color dimming of RGBW, Pan Continuous
rotation, Tilt continuous rotation
INDICATION OF LED DIGITAL TUBE
LED Indications:
DMX Indication
W-DMX Indication
SOUND Indication
ON
DMX Signal OK
OFF
NO DMX Signal
ON
Wireless DMX Signal available
OFF
Not linked to any transmitter
Flash
Lose link with a transmitter or being linked with one
ON
Sound Operation on
OFF
Sound Operation off
Explanations for logo on top-right of the LCD display:
S
Slave
M
Master
D
DMX512 Mode
I
Preset Memory
U
User’s Memory
T
Test Memory
Buttons are Locked, buttons are unlocked and lock logo disappears after “Enter” button
Lock Logo
pressed more than 3 seconds
MAINTENANCE
If the Fixture does not function, check if the fuses on the power socket of the unit is broken or not, if broken, they should only be
replaced by fuses of the same specification. Should there be damaged call a qualified technician before replacement. The fixture has
thermal protection device that will switch off the unit in case of overheating. Should any case like this happen, check if the fans work
well or fans and fan screens are blocked, restart the fixture before the problems have been found and resolved.
Any maintenance work should only be carried out by qualified technicians.
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PRODUCT CLEANING
To ensure the reliability of the fixture it should be kept clean. It is recommended that the fans should be cleaned every 15 days. The
lens should also be regularly cleaned to maintain an optimum light output. Do NOT use any type of solvent containing chemical
elements.
Cleaning intervals depends on the environment in which the fixture operates and use frequency. A soft cloth and typical glass
cleaning products should be used in cleaning the fixtures. It is recommended to clean the external optical system at least once every 20
days.
Do not use any organic solvent, e.g. alcohol, to clean the housing of the apparatus to avoid damages
TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
ACTION

Check if the fuse on the power socket is broken or not .
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Check the status of the fuse
The lamp works normal but the fixture doesn’t
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Check if the fixture’s start address is set properly
respond to the controller
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Check if XLR signal cable is broken or not

Make sure the fans work normally and if dirt blocks fans and fan
The fixture can not start
The fixture only functions intermittently
screens.
The beam appears dim and brightness decreases

Check if the lamps reach the end of their lives
apparently
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Check if external and internal optical systems are clean or not.
TECHNICAL DATA
VOLTAGES:
100V~240V AC,50/60Hz
LIGHT SOURCE:
MODEL: OSRAM OSTAR LED: LE RTDUW S2W
POWER: 15W (RGBW ,Four in One)
QUANTITY: 7 Pcs
LIFE: 50,000 Hrs
POWER CONSUMPTION:
170W@220V
HEAD MOVEMENT:
Pan: 720°or Endless, Tilt : 270°or Endless
Pan Tilt Swap and Invert Function ;Auto-position correction and magnet positioning function
COLOR SYSTEM:
RGBW linear color mixing with macro
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COLOR TEMPERATURE CORRECTION
Linear color temperature correction from 2700K to10000K.
STROBE:
Electronic strobe, 0-25 F.P.S
LENS ANGLE:
Beam Angle(1/2 Maximum) : 6°
Light Spot Angle(1/10 Maximum): 12°
CONTROL:
DMX512, 5 pin interfaces
17channels in standard mode, and 28 channels in extended mode.
Master/slave mode
Stand-alone mode, Preset mode, Self test mode, Single Scene mode
OTHER FUNCTIONS:
Pan: 720°or 360° and Endless, Tilt : 270°and Endless
Pixel Control in the form of 2- 2-2-1
Touch Key
LCD display, brightness and contrast adjustable
Sound operation
Wireless control (optional)
Pan & Tilt speeds adjustable
Firmware upgradable via DMX Port
Over temperature protection
Fixture time and DMX512 values display
Software Version display, Display Invert
HOUSING:
High temperature engineering-plastic, IP20
WEIGHT:
4.36 Kg
SIZES:
224
266
296
150
SO UND
SO UND
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LIGHT OUTPUT :
COMPONENT ORDER CODES
NO.
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2
3
4
5
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10
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13
NAME
POWER SUPPLY
15W LED ASSAMBLY
FIXED FOCUS LENS
FUSE
TILT/ PAN BELT
7015 FAN
4010 FAN
PAN/TILT MOTOR
PAN/TILT MOTOR DRIVE BOARD
LED DRIVER PCB
DISPLAY PCB
WIRELESS ANTENNA
WIRELEES RECEIVER
PART NO.
192010180
230060278
071100053
270041037
290151337
030060087
030060093
030040175
230060264
230060277
230060279
W006512
W006511
QUANTITY
1 PCS
1 PCS
7 PCS
1 PCS
2 PCS
1 PCS
1 PCS
2 PCS
1 PCS
1 PCS
1 PCS
1 PCS
1 PCS
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
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REMARK
HQ255-2W02
5x20 3.15A
HTD-297-3M
MGT7012HB-W20
HA4010V4-000C-999
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PR LIGHTING LTD.
1582 Xingye Avenue, Nancun Panyu
Guangzhou, 511442 China
TEL: +86-20-3995 2888
FAX: +86-20-3995 2330
Version: 20140409 (preliminary)
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