DMZ 512 GBEEMLLE

DMZ 512 GBEEMLLE
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USER MANUAL
| This product manual contains important information about the safe installation and
use of this projector. Please read and follow these instructions carefully and keep this
manual in a safe place for future reference.
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1. Before you begin
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1.1 What is included
1) DMX-240A controller
2) DC 9-12V 500mA, 80V~240V Power Adapter
3) Manual with warranty card
1.2 Unpacking instructions
Immediately upon receiving a fixture, carefully unpack the carton, check the
contents to ensure that
all parts are present, and have been received in good condition. Notify the
shipper immediately and
retain packing material for inspection if any parts appear damaged from
shipping or the carton itself я
shows signs of mishandling. Save the carton and all packing materials, In the
aveni that a fixture
musi be returned to the factory, it is important that the fixture be returned in the
- origina! factory box and packing.
1.3 Safety Instructions
Please read these Instructions carefully, which Includes Important.
Information about the installation, usage and maintenance? LL
" Please keep this User Guide for future consultation. If you sell the unit to another user, be sure that
they also receive this instruction booklet. |
* Always make sure that you are connecting to the proper voltage and that the line voltage you are
connecting to is not higher than that stated on decal or rear panel of the fixture.
" This product is intended for indoor use anky!
* To prevent risk of fire or shock, do not expose fixture to rain or moisture. Make sure there are no
. flammable materials close to the unit while operating.
“ The unit must be installed in a location with adequate ventilation, at least 50cm from adjacent
surfaces. Be sure that no ventilation slots are blocked.
* Always disconnect from power source before servicing or replacing lamp or fuse and be sure to
- replace with same lamp source. ‘
" Inthe event of serious operating problem, stop using the unit immediately. Never try to repair the unit
by yourself. Repairs carried out by unskilled people can lead to damage or malfunction. Please
contact the nearest authorized technical assistance center. Always use the same type spare parts.
Don’ tconnect the device to a dimmer pack. |
Make sure power cord is never crimped or damaged.
Never disconnect power cord by pulling or tugging on the cord. |
Do not operate this device under 113° F ambient temperature conditions,
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2. INTRODUCTION
2.1 Features
* Universal DMX-517 Controfler
* Controls 12 intelligent lights of up to 16 channels
30 banks of 8 scenes, 240 scenes total
6 sets of chases containing 240 scenes
Execute multiple chases simuitanecusly
Re-assignable channels
wheel assignable Pan/Tilt and 16kit control
Beat-activation, tap sync, auto run
Grab any fixture on the fly
Polarity selector
Midi compatible
2.2 General Overview
* The DMX-240A is a universal intelligent lighting controller. It allows the contro of
12 fixtures composed of 16 channels each and up to 240 programmable scenes.
Six chase banks can contain up to 240 steps composed of the saved scenes and
in any order. Programs can be triggered by music, midi, automatically or manually,
All chases can be executed at the same time.
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* On the surface you will find various programming tools such as 8 universal channei
sliders, a wheel and LED display indicators for easier navigation of controls and
menu functions. You can control the pan and tilt of different intelligent lighting fixtures
using the same wheel at the same time by means of a programmabie wheel.
This wheel allows the user to assign individual pan and tilt channels for every fixture.
2.3 Product Overview (front)
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. Item . Button ar Fader Function
1 Scanner select buttons Fixture selection |
2 Scanner indicator LEDS Indicates the fixtures currently selected
| 3 Scene select buttons Universal bump buttons representing scene
| | location for storage and selection
For adjusting DMX valués, Ch 1-8can he adjusted |
| ` immediately after pressing the respective scanner
4 Channel faders | select button, Ch 9-16 after pressing the Page
LC select button
Represents Ch 1-8 range selected, |
5 Page A Indicator LED Tip! Tap A, В еп В ада! to control both pages
simultaneously.
6 Page E Indicator LED Represents Ch 9~16 range selected |
In manual mode, press to toggle betwee n pages
P H of control or to select both pages simultaneously, |
7 age select button Both LEDS on will allow control of both lower and
- upper rangé channel.
8 , Prog ram. button Used to enter prog ramming mode
, Used to activate Music mode and as the copy
9 | Music/Bank Copy button command during pregramming -
1 0 LCD display window Status window displays pertinent operational data
Provides operating mode status,
11 Mode Indicator LEDS (manual, music or auto)
> in ati | Funcilon button to traverse Scene/Steps in banks or chases
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12 - В ank Up button Incremental DMX values while FINE button is active.
Function button to traverse Scene/Steps in banks or chases
13 Bank Down button Decremental DMX values while FINE button is active.
mo . This is a Tap-Sync during playback and during programmin
Tap Display button i | gral 9
14 Р P ay b | changes the DMX value displayed in the LCD panel to percentages!
15 Blackout button Sets the shutter or dimmer value of 2ll fixtures to “0” causing
all light output fo cease
u. Ce es a Activates MIDI external control and also used to confirm the
й 1 6 | Mia [Rec button record/save process 2
Indicated the controler is in Channel assigh mode during the
17 Assign LED Initial setup of the controller
A ' SA à a Used to activate Auto mode and as the delete function key during
| 1 8 | Auto/Del button В programming | |
19 Chaser buttons Chase memory 1-6
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Speed fader
This will adjust the hold time of: & Scene ora step
within a chase
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| Also consid cred a cross-fade. sets. the interval.
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Fine button
Activates 16 bit control of the wheel, movement
will be in extremely small increments.
Note: While FINE Is active Bank UP/DOWN buttons
will Increase and decrease DMX values by one for |
either the wh eed or the slider in focus or curre rently moved. |
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PAN/TILT Wheel (Joystich)
Generally used to control the pan and siltn movement |
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Audio input Jack
— Direct audio feed for use in sound-active mode
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DMX polarity switch
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DMX input connector
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DC Input jack
Main power feed
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ON/OFF power switch
Turns the controller on and off
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2.5 Common Terms
The following are common terms used in intelligent light programming.
Blackoutis astate by where afl lighting fixtures light output are set to 0 or off, usually on a temporary
basis. - |
DMX-512 is an industry standard digitai communication protocol used in entertainment lighting
equipment. For more information read Sections “DMX Primer” and “DMX Control Mode” inthe
Appendix, |
Fixture refers to your lighting instrument or other device such as a fogger or dimmer of which vou can
contra.
Programs are a bunch of scenes stacked one after another. li can be programmed as either a single
scene or multiple scenes in sequencs.
Scenes are siatic lighting states.
Sliders alse known as faders.
Chases can also be called programs. A chase consists of a bunch of scenes stacked one after
another.
Scanner refers to a lighting instrument with a pan and {lt mirror; however, inthe ILS-CON controller it
can be used tc control any DMX-512 compatible device as a generic fixture.
MIDI is a standard for representing musical information ina digital format. À MIDI input would provide
external triggering of scenes using midi device such as à midi keyboard. ;
Stand Alone refers to a fixture’ s ability to function indepe ndently of an external controller and usually
IN sync to music, due to a built in microphone. -
rade slideris usedto adjust the time between sceñes within a chase.
Speed slider affects the amount of time a scene will hold its state. lt is also considered a wait time.
Shutter is a mechanical device in the lighting fixture that allows vou to block the lights path. It is often
… used {oO Jessen the intensity of the ght output and to strobe.
Patching refers to the process of assigning fixtures a DMX channel or.
3.OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS '
3.1 Setup
3.1.1 SETTING UP THE SYSTEM
1) Plug the AC to DC power supply to the system back panel 2nd to the maine outlet.
2) Plug in your DMX cablets) to your intelligent lighting as described in the fixtures respective
manual. Fora quick Primer on DMX see the “DMX Primer" section in the Appendix of this
manual.
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3.1.2 FIXTURE ADDRESSING
The DMX-Z240A4 1s programmed to control 16 channels of DMX pear fixture, therefore the fixtures you
wish to control with the corresponding “SCANNER” buttons on thé unit, must be spaced 15 channels
apart.
FIXTURE OR DEFAULT DMX STARTING BINARY DIPSWITCH SETTINGS
SCANNER# | ADDRESS SWITCH TO THE “ ON POSITION”
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4 49 1,5,6
5 65 1,7
6 - 81 1,5,7 и
7 97 1,6,7
8 113 1,5,6,7
9 | 129 | 1,8
10 | 145 1,5,8
11 | 161 1,6,8
12 _ 177 —1,5,6,8
— Please refer to your individual fixture” s manual for DMX addressing instructions. The tabie above
refers to a standard 2 dipswitch binary configurable device.
3. 1.3 WHEEL. ASSIGNMENT
Because net all intelligent lighting fixtures are alike or share the same control attributes, the DMX-240A
allows the user io assign the wheel the correct pan and tilt channel for every individual fixture
inciuding 15 bit channel assignments. It also allows the user to re-assign physical faders to fixture
DMA channels so that the user can combine or unify control of similar or the same attributes across
different types of fixtures.
Action :
1) press and hold the PROGRAM button until
the led blinks
2) Press and hold FINE & MODE buttons together
(2) times to access the channel! assignment mode.
the assign led will light. the wheel can be
reassigned to output on a different dmx channel.
3) press a SCANNER button that represents the fixture
you would like to setthe pan&tilt
4) Use the BANKUF/DOWN buttons to select pan/tilt
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Notes :
All wheels can be reassigned to output on à
different DMX channel.
Press AUTO/DELEMODE buttons together to
delete the channel assignmeért mode.
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Action :
5) Press the TAP/DISPLAY buttan to switch
pages
6) press and hold MODE button, then press the SCENES!
buttons to selectthe DM Xchannel All LEDs will blink. |
7) Press and hold FINE & MODE buttons to exit
3.1 4 Review wheel assignment or reverse
Actlon : {Reverse Review)
1) Press and hold FINE & MODE buttons together to
access the wheel assignment mode
2) press a SCANNER button to select a scanner
3) Press and hold FINE & MODE buttons together (2)
times tc exit
Action : (wheel assignment Review)
1) Press and hoid FINE 4 mode:buttons together (2)
times to access the channel reverse mode
2) press a SCANNER button to select a scanner
3) Press and hoki FINE & MODE buttons to exit
3.1.5 COPY SCANNER
Example: Copying Scanner 1 into Scanner 2
Action :
1) Press and hold SCANNER button #1.
2} While holding button # 1 press SCANNER button # 2.
3} Release SCANNER button # 1 first befo re releasing |
SCANNER button # 2.
4) All SCANNER LED indicators will flash to confirm
successful copy.
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Notes :
You can re-assignthe DMX channel to all controller
fader channels.
Notes :
To save time, you can copy the settings of ane
Scanner buttôn to another.
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3.1 .6 REVERSE CHANNEL OUTPUT
Action : Notas -
1) press anc hold the PROGRAM button untl! the led | You can parmanently reverse the output of any giv
channel on the controller.
2) Press and hold FINE & MODE buttons together| Press AUTO/DEL&MODE buttons together to dele
to access the channel assignment mode ,then| reverse channel.
press the SCANNER button
3) Use the Bankup/Down buttons to select pan/tilt
4} Press the TAP/DISPLAY button to switch between
pages
5) press and hold MODE button, then press the SCENES
buttons to seleci the DMX channel All LEDs will blink.
6) Press and hold FINE & MODE buttons(2)times to exit
3.1.7 FADE TIME ASSIGN
You can choose whether the board’ s fade time during scene execution is implemented broadly to ail
output channels or only to the Pan & Tilt movement channels. This is relevant because often you will
want gobos and colors to change quickly while not affecting the movement of the light.
Action:
Notes :
1) Turn OFF the controller. |
2) Hold the MODE and TAP DISPLAY buttons
simultaneously.
3) Turn GN the controller. .
4) Press the TAP DISPLAY button to toggle between
the two modes. Either ALL CH (all channels) or | ALLECH: All channels ONLY XfY: Only Pan & Tilt
ONLY X7Y (Pan & Tilt only)
5) Press MODE and TAP DISPLAY to save seitings.
All LEDS wilt blink to confirm. |
. 3.2 Operation
3.2.1 MANUAL MODE
The manual mode añows direct control of all scanners. You are able to move them and change
attributes by using the channel faders and wheel. |
Action : Notes :
1) Fresstne AUTO DEL button repeatedly until the
MANUAL LED is lit. = All changes made while in Manual Mode ars
2) Selecta SCANNER button. : temporary ancwill not be recordad.
3) Movs wheel and faders to change fixture attributes.
PAGE/SELECT A/B button:
Use to switch between fader control of (A: Ch1-8),
(В: СН 9-16)
TAP DISPLAY Button:
Press to toggle the output indicator on the LCD display
between DMX values (0-255) and percentage {0-100)
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3.2.2 REVIEW SCENE OR CHASE
This instruction assumes that you have already recorded scenes and chases on the controller. Other
wise skip section and go to programming.
Action : (SCENE Review) | Notes:
1) Select any one of the 30 banks by pressing the ит
BANK UP/DOWN buttons. Make sure you are still in MANUAL Mode,
2) Select a SCENE button (1-6) to review.
3) Move wheel and faders to change fixture atiributes. |
1) Press any ane of the 6 CHASE buttons.
2) Press the TAP DISPLAY button to view the step
number on the display.
3} Press the BANK UP/DOWN buttons review ali scenes
in the chase.
3.3 Programming
A program {bank} is a sequence of different Scenes {or sieps) that will be called up one after another.
In the DMX-2404 30 programs can be created of 8 scenes in each.
3.3.1ENTERING PROGRAM MODE
1) Press the Program button until the LED biinks.
3.3.2CREATEA SCENE :
A scene is a static lighting state. Scenes are siored in banks. There ars 20 bank memories on the
controller and each bank can hold 8 scene memories. The DMX-240A can save 240 scenes total.
Action :
1) Press the PROGRAM button until the LED blinks.
2) Position SPEED and FADE TIME sliders ali the
Notas :
Deselect Blackout if LED ig it,
way down. a
3) Select the SCANNERS YOU wish to include in Your | “ou can select more than one fixture.
scens.
4) Compose a look by moving the stiders and wheel, You dan access channels 9-16 by pressing the Page
5) Tap MIDFREC button. | Select button. This is Mecessarvy for fixtures that use
more than 6 channels of control,
6) Choose a BANK (01-30) to change if necessa гу. There are 8 scenes available in every bank
7} Select a SCENES hutton to store. | | : . .
All LEDs will flash to confirm. The LED display will now
8) Repeat steps 3 through 7 as necessary. 8 scenes indicate the Scene number and Sank number used.
can be recorded in a Program. : |
9) Ta exit program mode, hold the PROGRAM button.
Tip! Press the FINE button. activate joystick or stider by moving it then use the Bank Up/Down buttons
to change values in increments of “4”
Shortcut: Press [PROGRAM]+} [SCANNERS] Adjust [Faders & Whee!]s} [BANK]
+ [SCENE] +} Press [PROGRAM] to store.
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3.3.3 RUNNING A PROGRAM
Action:
1) Use BANK UP/DOWN buttons to change Program
banks if necessary.
2) Press the AUTO DEL buiton repeatediy untti the
AUTO LED turns on. |
3) Adjust the PROGRAM speed via the SPEED fader
and the cop rate via the FADE TIME fader.
4) Alternatively you can tap the TAP DISPLAY button
twice. The time between two taps sets the time
between SCENES {up to 10 minutes).
3.3.4 CHECK PROGRAM
Action:
1} Press and hold the PROGRAM button until the
LED.blinks.
2) Use the BANK UP/DOWN buttons to select
the PROGRAM bank to review.
3) Press the SCENES buttons to review each
scene individually.
3.3.5 EDITING A PROGRAM
scenes will need to be modified manuaily.
Action:
1} Press and hold the PROGRAM button until the
ED blinks.
2) Use BANK UP/DOWN buttons to change Program
banks if necessary.
31 Select the desired fixturs via the SCANNERS button.
4) Adjustand change fixture aftr butes using the channel
faders and wheel.
5) Press the MIDIREC button to prepare the save.
6)Select the desired SCENES button to save.
3.3.6 COPY A PROGRAM
Action :
1) Press and hold the PROGRAM button until the
LED Elinks.
2) Use BANK UP/DOWN buttons to select the
PROGRAM bank you will copy.
3} Press the MIDIYREG button to prepare the copy.
4) Use BANK UP/DOWN buttons to select the
destination PROGRAM bank.
5). Press the MUSIC BANK COPY button fo execute
the copy. All LEDs on the controller will blink.
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Notes :
Deselect Blackout if LED Is Hi.
Also called a Tap-Syne.
Notes:
Notes :
Deselect Blackaut if LED is fit.
Notes :
All 8 scenes Ina Program bank will be copied.
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3.4 Chase Programming
A chasse is created by using previously created scenes. Scenes become Ssigps In à chase and can be
arranged in any order you choose. itis highly recommended that prior to programming chases forthe
first time; you delete all chases from memory, Ses “Delete All Chases” for instructions.
3.4.1 CREATE A CHASE
A Chase can contain 240 scenes as steps. The term steps and scenes are used interchangeably.
- Actlon ;
‚ 1} Press the PROGRAM button until the LED blinks.
2) Press the CHASE (1~8) button you wish to program,
3) Change BANK if necessary to locate a scene,
4) Salect the SCENE to insert.
5) Tap the MIDIREC button to store.
6) Repeat steps 3 ~ 5 to add additional steps in the
chase. Upto 240 steps can be recorded.
7) Press and hold the PROGRAM hutton to save the
chase,
3.4.2 RUNNING A CHASE
Action :
1) Press à CHASE button then press thé AUTO-DEL
button.
| 2) Adjustthe Chase speed by tapping the TAP DISPLAY
button twice at a rate of your choosing.
3.4.3 CHECKING A CHASE
Action :
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1) Press and hoid the PROGRAM button until the LED
is lit.
2) Select the desired CHASE button.
3) Press ths TAP DISPLAY button to switch the LCD
display to steps,
4) Review each scene/step individually by using the
BANK UP/DOWN buttons.
3.4.4 EDIT CHASE (COPY BANK INTO CHASE)
Action:
1) Press and hold the PROGRAM button to enter
programming mode,
2) Press the desired CHASE button.
3) Select the BANK to be copied using the
BANK UP/DOWN buttons.
4} Press MUSIC/BANK COPY button to prepare copy,
5) Press MIDI/REG button to copy the bank, All LEDs
will blink.
Notes :
Notes :
The time between 2 taps will set the chasse speed (up.
to 10 minutes}
Notes :
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3.4.5 EDIT CHASE {COPY SCENE INTO CHASE)
‘Action:
1} Press and hold the PROGRAM button to enter
programming mode.
2) Press the desired CHASE button.
3) Select the BANK that contains the scene to be copied
using the BANK UP/DOWN Lutions.
4) Press the SCENE button that corresponds to the
scene to be copied.
5) Press MIDIREC button to Go py the scene.
Ali LEDs will blink.
3.4.6 EDIT CHASE (INSERT SCENE INTO A CHASE)
Action -
1} Press and hold the PROGRAM button to enter
programming mode.
2) Press the desired CHASE button.
3) Press the TAP DISPLAY to switch the LCD display
to steps view.
4} Use the BANK UP/DOWN buttons to navigate steps
and focate the insert point of the new scene,
The dispiay will read the step number.
5) Press MIDIREC button to prepare the insert.
6) Use the BANK UP/DOWN button to locate the SCENE.
7) Press the SCENE button that corresponds to the scene
to be inserted.
8) Press MIDIFREC button fo insert the scene. All LEDs
* will Elink.
3.4.7 DELETE A SCENE IN A CHASE
Actlon :
1) Press and hold the PROGRAN button to enter
programming mode.
2) Press the desired CHASE button that contains
the scenes to be deleted.
3) Press the TAP DISPLAY button to switch the LCD
display to steps.
4) Seiect the scene/step to be deleted using the
BANK UP/DGWN buttons.
3) Press AUTO-DEL button to delete the step/scena.
All LEDs will blink, '
3.4.8 DELETEA CHASE -
Action :
1) Press and hold the PROGRAM bution to enter
programming mode. ВЕ
2) Press the CHASE button (1-6) to be deleted.
3) Press and hold AUTO DEL bution and the respective
CHASE button to delete the chase. All LEDs will blink.
Notes :
Notes :
Le, To insert a scene between Steps 05 and 06
navigate using BANK buttons until the display reads
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3.4.9 DELETE ALL CHASE PROGRAMS
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CAUTIONI This procedure wili result in irrevocable loss of chase step memory. The Individual scenes
and program banks Will be preserved.
Action :
1} Turn OFF controller.
2) Press and hold the BANK DOWN button and the
AUTODEE buttan while turning ON the controller.
3) All LEDs will blink.
3.5 Scene Programming (Steps)
3.5.1 INSERT ASCENE
Action:
1) Press and hold the PROGRAM button to enter
programming mode.
2) Press the desired CHASE button.
3) Press tha TAP:DISPEAY to switch the LCD display
to steps view.
4) Use the BANK UP/DOWN buttor ns to navigate steps
and locate the insert point of the new scène.
The display will read the step number.
8) Press MIDIFRECG button to prepare the insert.
6) Use the BANK UEMDOWN button to locate thie SCENE.
7) Press the SCÈNE button that corresponds to the scene -
to be inserted.
8) Press MIDI/REC button to insert the scena. All LEDs
will blink.
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3.5.2 COPYASCENE
Action -
1) Press and hold the PROGRAM button to enter
programming mode.
2) Select the BANK that contains the scene io be
copied using the BANK:UR/DOWH buttons.
3) Press the SCENE button that co responds.
to the scene to be copied.
4) Press MIDIREC button to copy the scene.
5) Selectthe destination BANK that contains the scene |
memory to record onte using the BAN
buttons.
6) Press the desired SCENE button to complete copy.
AI LEDs will blink.
Notes :
Notes :
Le. To insert a scene between Steps 05 and 06
navigate using BANK buttons until the display reads
STEPOS.
Notes :
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3.5.3 DELETE A SCENE
Action :
1) Press and hold the PROGRAM button to enter
programming mode.
2) Selecithe BANK that contains the scene to be
deleted by using the BANK UP/DOWN buttons.
3) Press and hold the AUTO DEL button.
4) Press the. button that corresponds to the
zoene you want to delete. Ali LEDs will Blink.
3.5.4 DELETE ALL SCENES
Actlon :
1) Press and hold the PROGRAM button and the
button while turning off power to
the controller.
2) Turn the controlier back on.
3.6 Playback
3.6.1 RUNNING IN SOUND-MODE
Action : :
1) Press the MUSIC BANK COPY button until the
MUSIC LED turns on.
2) Select the program BANK to run in souncdactive
mode using the BANK UP/DOWN buttons,
3) Alternatively you can press a single CHASE button
(1-6) or several CHASE buttons in seguence and all
selected chases will loop in the order selected.
4) You can adjust the duration time using the
fader.
3.6.2 RUNNING IN AUTO-MODE
Action :
1) Press the AUTO DEL button until the AUTO LED
turns on.
2) На button is not pressed the controller
will automatically run a BANK program.
3) Change BANK programs by using BANK- UP/DOWN.
buttons.
4) Alternatively you can press a single CHASE button :
(1-8) or several CHASE buttons in seguence andall
selected chases will loop inthe order selected.
5) You can adjust the time between steps by moving the
“Tader and the duration ofthe step by moving
the = ._ fader.
3.6.3 RUN MULTIPLE CHASES SIMULTANEOUSLY
Action :
1) Press and hold AUTO DEL: button.
2) while holding down AUTO DEL, in successton
press and release each CHASE you would like
to run simultaneously.
Notes :
When deleting a s¢ene the physical location is not
removed, however, all 182 DMX channels available
to the scans will be set to value 0.
Notes :
CAUTION!
This process is irreversible. All scenes with data will
be set io À.
Notes :
in the Sound moda, programs will be triggered by the
sound using its built-in microphona.
Multiple chases selected will loop and run in the
arder originally selected.
Notes :
in the Auto mode, programs will be triggered by
controllers fade and speed time as set on the faders.
Multiple chases selected will loop and run in the
order originally selected.
Notes :
IMPORTANT! To avoid conflict between scenes
running simultaneously that control the same fixture
attributes consider creating individual colar and gobo
chases.
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3.6.4 BLACKOUT
The Blackout button brings all lighting autput to 8 or off.
3.7 Mid] Operation
The controller will only respond to MIDI commands on the MIDI channel which it is set to full stop. All
MID! control is performed using Note on commands.
chase, send the blackout on note.
Action :
1)Press and hold the MIDIREC button for about 3 seconds.
2) Select the MIDI control channel (1-16) vía the
BANK UP/DOWN buttons to set.
3) Press and hofd the MIDIFREC button for 3 seconds
to save settings.
4) To release MIDI control, press any other button
except the BANK buttons during step 2.
All other MIDI instructions are ignored. To stop à
Notes -
This is the Channel that the controller wili re ceive
MIDI note commands,
MIDI NOTE FUNCTION (TURN ON/OFF) | MEDI NOTE FU NCTION (TURN ON/OFF E)
00 to 07 Scènes 1-8 in BANK 1 68 to 95 | Scenes 1-8 in BANK 12
08 10 15 Scenes 1-6 in RANK 2. 96 to 103 Scenes 1-8 15 BANK 13
16 to 23 Scenes 1-8 in BANK 3 104 10 171 Scenes 1-8 in BANK 14
24 to 31 Scenes 1-8 in BANK 4 112 10 119 Scenes 1-8 in BANK 15
32 to 39 | Scenes 1-8 In BANK 5 | 4 20 Chase 1 Ша
40 to 47 В Scenes 1-6 in BANK E 121 | Chase 2
| 4810 55 | Scanes 1-8 in BANK 7 ) 122 a Chase 3
56 to 63 Scenes 1-8in BANK 8 123 Chase 4
‘ 6d to 71 Scenes 1-8 in BANK 9 124 Chase 5
f2to 79 | Scénes 1-8 in BANK 10 125 Chase 6
80 to 87 Scenes 1-3 in BANK 11 126 BLACKOUT
3.8 Data Transfer
MUS possible to transfer the programs stored in one DMX-24 OA controller to another. Connect from the
DMX output of the programmed controller to the DMX Input of the other.
Action :
1) Source unit: Turn unit Off, press and hold SCANNER.
buttons 2, 3 and SCENE button 1 then turn unit back On,
2) Destination unit: Turn unit Off, press arid hold
SCANNER buttons 8, 8 and SCENE button 2 then
turn unit back On.
3) Both units are now ready to transmit and receive.
Press SCENE buttons 7 & 8 simultaneously on
Source unit to begin transmission.
Notes :
The display should show TRANSMIT, this indicates it
15 ready to transmit data.
The display should show RECEIVE, this indicates it is
ready to receive data transmission.
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"4 APPENDIX
4. 1 DMX Primer
There are 512 channels in a DMX-512 connection, Channels may be assigned in any manner. A fs
fixture capable of receiving DMX 512 will require one or a number of sequential channels. The user ji
must assign a starting address on the fixture that indicates the first channel reserved in the controller. A
There are many different types of DMX controllable fixtures and they all may vary in the total number
of channels required. Choosing a start address should be planned in advance. Channels should
never overiap. If they do, this will resuif in erratic operation of the fixtures whose starting address is
set incorrectly. You can however, control multiple fixtures of the same type using the same starting
address as long as the intended result is that of unison movement or operation. In other words, the
fixtures will be slaved together and all respond exactly the same.
DMX fixtures are designed to receive data through a serial Daisy Chain. A Daisy Chain connection Is
where the DATA OUT of one fixture connects ta the DATA IN of the next fixture. The order in which i
the fixtures are connected is not important and has no effect on how à controller comm unicates to -
aach fixture. Use an order that provides for the easiest and most direct cabling. Connect fixtures
using shielded two conductor twisted pair cable with three pin XLE male to female connectors, Tie
shield connection 1s pin 1, while pin 2 is Data Negative (5-} and pin 3 is Data positive {(S+).
4.2 FIXTURE LINKING
Occupation of the XLR-connection:
DMX-OUTPUT
XLR mounting-socket:
1- Ground
2 - Signal {-}
3 - Signal (+)
DMX-OUTPUT
XLR mounting-plug:
1- Ground
2 - Signal &}
3 - Signal {+)
Cautlon: Aíthelast fixtu re, the DMX-cable has to be terminated with : aterminator. Solder
d 120 resistor between Signal (-) arid Signal. (+) into a 3-pin XLR- -plug and plug it in the
DMX- output of the last fixture. SI
In the Controller mode, at the last fixture in the chain, the DMX output has to be connected with a DMA +:
terminator. This prevents electrical noise from disiurbing and corrupting the DMX contro! signals.
The DMX terminator is simply an XLR connector with a 120W {ohm) resistor connected across pins 2
and 3, which is then plugged into the output socket on the last projector in the chain. The connections
are illustrated below. Quiz ate !
Рин? FING
If you wish to connect DMX-confrollers with other XLR-outputs, you nesd to use adapter-cables.
The transform of thé controller ine of 3 ping and 5 pins (plug and socket)
‘Pine сапог (носке)
Pin |: CNO (SCREEN) aPins ceanonípiue) |
Pin £: Signal — Pin 1; GND (SCREEN
(Pin 3: Signal (+) Pin 2: Signal (-}
Pin 4: HAG Pin 6: Signal (+)
Pr 5: HT
SPIne canon (plug |
Pin 1: GND (SCREEN)
du 2: signal 55
in 3! Sipml (+
Fin 4; RAG
Pin 5: NC
IP ¡ns omo
Pla 1: GHD {SCREEN
Fin 2: Signal à) |
Pin 3! Signal (+)
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4.3 DMX Dipswitch Quick Reference Chart
DMX Address Quick Referance Chart
Dip Switch Position
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1 |0 | 2 | 1 |0 | 9 | 41 | 73 [105 |137 [169 [2011233 [265 |297 1329361 |393 425 1457 489
9 |1 |0 | 1 | о | 10 | 42 | 74 |106 1138 [170 [202 [234 [266 1298 |330 |362 1394 [425 1458 [490 |
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Dip Switch Position DMX Address
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