User Manual - J.P. Leisure

User Manual - J.P. Leisure
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Safety Instructions
VENOM
2. Technical Specifications
3. Installation
4. How to set the unit
5. How to control the unit
6. DMX 512 Configuration
7. DMX 512 Connections
8. Troubleshooting
9. Fixture Cleaning
LED-460
User Manual
Please read the instructions carefully before use
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Safety Introductions
2. Technical Specifications
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Featuring 6 high-power 3W Tri-color LEDs.
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Each color of R, G, B, can be controlled individually.
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DMX 3/18 channels switchable.
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Smooth 0~100% dimming and variable strobe speeds.
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Three operation modes: DMX, Mater/Slave mode, Sound Active.
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Ideal for discotheques, clubs, bars, parties, Mobile DJs, ect.
shock.
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Input Voltage: AC100V~240V 50/60Hz
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Disconnect main power before servicing and maintenance.
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Power consumption: 38.9W
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Maximum ambient temperature is Ta : 40? . Don’t operate it where the temperature is
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Fuse: T 6.3A
higher than this.
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LED: 6 x 3W Tri-color LEDs 30000hrs rated
In the event of serious operating problem, stop using the fixture immediately. Never try to
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Dimension: 424 x 251 x 65 mm
repair the fixture by yourself. Repairs carried out by unskilled people can lead to damage
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Weight: 3.8kgs
Please read the instructions carefully which includes important
information about the installation, operation and maintenance.
WARNING
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Please keep this User Manual for future consultation. If you sell the fixture to another
user, be sure that they also receive this instruction booklet.
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Unpack and check carefully there is no transportation damage before using the fixture.
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It’s important to ground the yellow/green conductor to earth in order to avoid electric
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or malfunction. Please contact the nearest authorized technical assistance center.
Always use the same type spare parts.
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Do not connect the device to any dimmer pack.
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Do not touch any wire during operation and there might be a hazard of electric shock.
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To prevent or reduce the risk of electrical shock or fire, do not expose the fixture to rain or
moisture.
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The housing must be replaced if they are visibly damaged.
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Do not look directly at the LED light beam while the fixture is on.
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There are no user serviceable parts inside the fixture. Do not open the housing or
attempt any repairs by yourself. In the unlikely event your fixture may require service,
please contact your nearest dealer.
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Due to the magnifying type lens, please keep the lens out of contact with direct sunlight.
Direct sunlight can cause heat to build up inside of the unit, which will seriously damage
unit.
3. Installation
The unit should be mounted via its screw holes on the bracket. Always ensure that the unit
is firmly fixed to avoid vibration and slipping while operating. Always ensure that the structure
to which you are attaching the unit is secure and is able to support a weight of 10 times of the
unit’s weight. Also always use a safety cable that can hold 12 times of the weight of the unit
when installing th e fixture.
If using a 230Vac 50Hz power supply, do not connect in series more than
The equipment must be fixed by professionals. And it must be fixed at a place where is out of
14 units, use another mains supply for the next 14 units.
the touch of people and has no one pass by or under it.
If using a 1 20Vac 60Hz power supply, d o not connect in series more than 9
units, use another mains supply for next 9 units.
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4. How toset the unit
To select any functions, press MENU button until the required one is shown on the display.
Select the function by ENTER button and the display will blink. Use DOWN and UP button to
4.1Rear Panel
change the mode. Once the required mode has been selected, press ENTER button to setup
or it will automatically return to the main functions without any change after idling30 seconds.
Back to the functions without any change press MENU button. The main functions are shown
below:
1Display: To show the various menus and the selected functions
LED:
2 DMX
On
DMX input present
3 MASTER
On
Master Mode
4 SLAVE
On
Slave Mode
5 SOUND
Flashing
Sound activation
6MENU
To select the programming functions
Button:
7 DOWN
8UP
9 ENTER
To go backward in the selected functions
To go forward in the selected functions
To confirm the selected functions
10Microphone: Receive music for the sound active.
11DMX input: For DMX512 link, use 3/5-pin XLR plug cable to input DMX signal.
12output: For DMX512 link, use 3/5-pin XLR plug cable to link the next unit.
13Only for remote control: By connect to the CA-8 or CA-9 RTX to control the unit for
Stand by, Function and Mode function.
14Safety Ring: For attached the safety cable.
15Mains output: Connect to supply mains power for the next unit.
16Mains input: Connect to supply mains power.
DMX 512 Address Setting
4.2 Main Function
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Press the MENU button up to when the
is shown on the display. Pressing the
Blackout mode
ENTER button and the display will blink. Use the DOWN and UP button to change the DMX
512 address. Once the address has been selected, press the ENTER button to setup or
Press the MENU button up to when the
automatically exit menu mode without any change after 60 seconds. Back to the previous
ENTER button, Use the DOWN and UP button to select the
functions without any change press the MENU button.
(normal). Once selected, press the ENTER button to setup or automatically exit menu mode
is shown on the display. Pressing the
(blackout) or
without any change after 60 seconds. To go back to the functions without any change press
Channel Mode
the MENU button.
Press the MENU button up to when the
is shown on the display. Pressing the
ENTER button, Use the DOWN and UP button to select the
LED display
(3 channels ) or
(18 channels) mode. Once selected, press the ENTER button to setup or automatically exit
Press the MENU button up to when the
menu mode without any change after 60 seconds. To go back to the functions without any
ENTER button and the display will blink. Use the DOWN and UP button to select
change press the MENU button
(display on) or
is shown on the display. Pressing the
(display off) mode. Once selected, press the ENTER button to setup
or exit menu mode without any change after 60 seconds. Back to the functions without any
Show Mode
change press the MENU button again.
Press the MENU button up to when the
is shown on the display. Pressing the
ENTER button, Use the DOWN and UP button to select the
(show 1) or
(Show 2) or … or
Display Inverse
(Random show) or
(show8). Once selected, press the
Press the MENU button until
ENTER button to store or automatically exit menu mode without any change after 60
select
seconds. To go back to the functions without any change press the MENU button
press the MENU button.
(inverse). Back to the functions without any change
Self-Test
Slave Mode
Press the MENU button up to when the
is shown on the display. Pressing the
ENTER button, Use the DOWN and UP button to select the
(slave 1) or
(normal) or
is blinking on the display. Press the ENTER button to
(master) or
(Slave 2) mode. Once selected, press the ENTER button to setup or
automatically exit menu mode without any change after 60 seconds. To go back to the
Press the MENU button up to when the
is blinking on the display. Pressing ENTER
button and the unit will run the built-in programmer for self-test. To go back to the functions
press the MENU button.
Fixture Hours
functions without any change press the MENU button
Press the MENU button up to when the
is blinking on the display. Pressing ENTER
button and the display will show the number of working hours of the unit. To go back to the
Sound
Press the MENU button up to when the
is shown on the display. Pressing the
ENTER button, Use the DOWN and UP button to select the
(sound on) or
functions press the MENU button.
Software version
(sound off). Once selected, press the ENTER button to setup or automatically exit menu
mode without any change after 60 seconds. To go back to the functions without any change
Press the MENU button up to when the
is blinking on the display. Pressing ENTER
button and the display will show the version of software of the unit. To go back to the
press the MENU button
functions press the MENU button.
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The easy remote control is used only in master/slave mode. By connecting to the 1/4”
5. How To Control The Unit
microphone jack of the first unit, you will find that the remote controller on the first unit will
You can operate the unit in three ways:
control all the other units for Stand by, Function and Mode selection
1. By master/slave built-in preprogram function
Blackout Blackout the unit
2. By easy controller
3. By DMX controller
No need to turn the unit off when you change the DMX address, as new DMX address setting
will be effected at once. Every time you turn the unit on, it will show “
” on the display.
After that the unit will be ready to receive DMX signal or run the built in programs.
1. Synchro Strobe in white
Function 2. Asynchro Strobe in white
3. Sound Strobe in color
5.1 Master/Slave Built In Preprogrammed Function
By linking the units in master/slave connection, the first unit will control the other units to give
an automatic, sound activated, synchronized light show. This function is good when you want
an instant show. You have to set the first unit in master mode
(random show),
(show 1) or …or
and select
(show 8). Its DMX input jack will
Mode
Sound/Strobe
(LED OFF)
Select Color
1. Red
2. Green
3. Blue
Select Show
4. Red + Green
1-8
5. Red + Blue
6. Green + Blue
7. Red + Green + Blue
8. Color change by sound
Manual Color
(LED ON)
LED blinking
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5.3 DMX Controller
have nothing plugged into it, and Its master LED will be constantly on and sound LED will
Using universal DMX controller to control the units, you have to set DMX address from 1 to
flash to the music. The other units will have to select
512 channel so that the units can receive DMX signal.
(normal) or
(2 light
show) mode, Their DMX cables plugged into the DMX input jacks (daisy chain) and the slave
Press the MENU button up to when the
led lights will constantly on.
button and the display will blink. Use DOWN and UP button to change the DMX512 address.
is showing on the display. Pressing ENTER
Once the address has been selected, press and keep ENTER button pressed up to when the
2-light show
In slave mode,
display stops blinking or storing automatically 8 seconds later. To go back to the functions
(master) means the unit works as the master unit and
means 2-light show. In order to create a great light show, you can set
or
without any change press the MENU button again. If you use please refer to the following
or
diagram to address your DMX512 channel for the first 4 /2 units.
on the second unit to get contrast movement to each other, even if you have two
units only.
6. DMX512 Configuration
3-CH modes:
5.2 Easy Controller (by CA-8)
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1.
18-CH modes:
Connect the fixture together in a “daisy chain” by XLR plug cable from the output of the
fixture to the input of the next fixture. The cable cannot be branched or split to a “Y”
cable. Inadequate or damaged cables, soldered joints or corroded connectors can
easily distort the signal and shut down the system
2.
The DMX output and input connectors are pass-through to maintain the DMX circuit
when one of the units’ power is dis connected.
3.
At last fixture, the DMX cable has to be terminated with a terminator to reduce signal
errors. Solder a 120-ohm 1/4W resistor between pin 2(DMX-) and pin 3(DMX+) into a
3-pin XLR-plug and plug it in the DMX-output of the last fixture.
4.
Each lighting fixture needs to have an address set to receive the data sent by the
controller. The address number is between 0 -511 (usually 0 & 1 are equal to 1).
5.
3 pin XLR connectors are more popular than 5 pins XLR.
3 pin XLR: Pin 1: GND, Pin 2: Negative signal (-), Pin 3: Positive signal (+)
5 pin XLR: Pin 1: GND, Pin 2: Negative signal (-), Pin 3: Positive signal (+),
Pin4/5: not used
8. Troubleshooting
7. DMX512 Connections
Following are a few common problems that may occur during operation. Here are some
The DMX512 is widely used in intelligent lighting control, with a maximum of 512 channels.
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suggestions for easy troubleshooting:
frequency depends on the environment in which the fixture operates: damp, smoky or
particularly dirty surrounding can cause greater accumulation of dirt on the fixture’s optics.
A. The fixture does not work, no light
Ÿ Clean with soft cloth using normal glass cleaning fluid.
1. Check the connection of power and main fuse.
Ÿ Always dry the parts carefully.
2. Measure the mains voltage on the main connector.
Ÿ Clean the external optics at least every 20 days. Clean the internal optics at least every
30/60 days.
B. Not responding to DMX controller
1. DMX LED should be on. If not, check DMX connectors, cables to see if link properly.
2. If the DMX LED is on and no response to the channel, check the address settings and
DMX polarity.
3. If you have intermittent DMX signal problems, check the pins on connectors or on PCB of
the fixture or the previous one.
4. Try to use another DMX controller.
5. Check if the DMX cables run near or run alongside to high voltage cables that may cause
damage or interference to DMX interface circuit.
C. Some fixtures don’t respond to the easy controller
1. You may have a break in the DMX cabling.
2. Check the LED for the response of the master/ slave mode signal.
D. No response to the sound
1. Make sure the fixture does not receive DMX signal.
2. Check microphone to see if it is good by tapping the microphone.
E. One of the channels is not working well
1. The stepper motor might be damaged or the cable connected to the PCB is broken.
2. The motor’s drive IC on the PCB might be out of condition.
9. Fixture Cleaning
The cleaning of internal must be carried out periodically to optimize light output. Cleaning
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EC - Declaration of Conformity
We declare that our products (lighting equipments) comply with the following
specification and bears CE mark in accordance with the provision of the
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive 89/336/EEC.
EN55014-2: 1997 A1: 2001, EN61000-4-2: 1995; EN61000-4-3: 2002;
EN61000-4-4: 1995; EN61000-4-5: 1995, EN61000-4-6: 1996,
EN61000-4-11: 1994.
&
Harmonized Standard
EN60598-1: 2000+ALL: 2000+A12: 2002
Safety of household and similar electrical appliances
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