USER MANUAL
USER MANUAL
POWER 6-3 EM
POWER 6-3 EM (HALL L.)
Index
1. General description............................................................................. 3
1.1.Characteristics ......................................................................... 4
1.2.Technical data ......................................................................... 5
2. Dimensions......................................................................................... 6
3. Installation .......................................................................................... 7
4. Connection ......................................................................................... 9
4.1.Power supply connection ......................................................... 9
Power 6-3 EM – Three-phase power supply ...................... 10
Power 6-3 EM – Single-phase power supply ..................... 11
Power 6-3 EM HALL LIGHTING – Three-phase power
supply with individual neutrals ........................................... 11
4.2.Channel connection ............................................................... 12
4.3.DMX connection .................................................................... 12
4.4.PANIC connection ................................................................. 14
5. Programming .................................................................................... 16
5.1.Configuration ......................................................................... 17
Channel configuration........................................................ 17
Local mode configuration................................................... 19
PANIC configuration .......................................................... 19
Chaser configuration.......................................................... 20
5.2.Testing................................................................................... 21
Frequency test................................................................... 21
DMX test............................................................................ 21
Manual test ........................................................................ 22
5.3.System................................................................................... 22
5.4.Unit information...................................................................... 23
Channel information........................................................... 23
System menu..................................................................... 23
Version menu .................................................................... 23
6. Maintenance ..................................................................................... 24
6.1.Regular cleaning.................................................................... 24
7. Most common problems.................................................................... 25
Statement of compliance ....................................................................... 26
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1. General description
Power 6-3 EM and Power 6-3 EM HALL LIGHTING have been developed
for working in fix installations where power must be decentralized.
They are 6-channel dimmer of 3 kW per channel which include an LCD
display for independent level adjustment of each channel. They can work
autonomously without control signal.
Power 6-3 EM HALL LIGHTING differs from Power 6-3 EM in the fact that
incorporates a power supply with three-independent neutral to protect
separately the three phases and to avoid total turn off in case of one-phase
failure. For this reason, Power 6-3 EM HALL LIGHTING is ideal for controlling
hall light installations and complies with the current legislation.
They are manufactured for being fixed to a wall, taking up minimum space.
Optionally, Panic module can be adapted. Its function is to activate a
particular lighting state, which is programmable, for emergency situations.
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1.1. Characteristics
 Control electronics through microprocessor.
 DMX-512 (1990) digital signal input.
 Autonomous working mode selecting one of the 4 chasers.
 Charge curves that can be applied to each channel: Lineal with voltage,
lineal with light, fluorescent and on/off.
 Test function for signal and power checking.
 Starting function to increase lamps life span.
 Automatic mains frequency control.
 Protection against overvoltage.
 The output charge channels are protected separately by a breaker per
channel.
 DMX channel selection through LCD display in the front side.
 Optional Panic function for emergency situations.
 Output to the loads by guide terminals.
 Load is duly controlled by 40Amp. triacs which are cooled by a black
anodised aluminium radiator and a fan.
 Power 6-3 EM and Power 6-3 EM HALL LIGHTING references are
07000062 and 07000073, respectively.
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1.2. Technical data
Minimum load per channel
400V50Hz three-phase
230V 50Hz single-phase
100W
Maximum load per channel
3.000W
Power supply
Total maximum load
Output breaker
Power Supply wire section
Digital control signal
18.000W
16 Amp per channel
6mm*
DMX-512
Digital input connector
XLR-5 pins
Panic signal (optional)
Free contact circuit
Panic connector (optional)
Net weight
Dimensions
Jack
8,11 Kg.
104x302x440 mm
It is recommended to use a 4-pole 63-Amp breaker (preferably type-D
curve) in the three-phase 400V power supply input as general protection of
the dimmer.
We recommend to install a mains circuit breaker of 4 poles, 63 Amp and
0,03 Amp before the switch is tripped.
*Supplying 400V III 50Hz
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2. Dimensions
Both dimmers have the following dimensions (in mm):
Fig.1: Dimmer dimensions
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3. Installation
Power 6-3 EM and Power 6-3 EM HALL LIGHTING can be fixed to a wall.
It must be taken into account that the place where they are installed must be
ventilated for proper heat dissipation. For this reason, it is recommended to
leave a minimum distance of 5 cm between the dimmer and the other
elements.
Fig.2
Once the location is chosen, the front cover must be separated from the
rear one. Unscrew both bolts indicated in figure 2. Then, mark the 4 orifices of
the rear support, drill them and fasten the unit to the wall (see figure 3).
Eventually, place the front cover and screw the 2 bolts indicated in figure 2.
Note: If signal and power cables must be located behind the unit, place
them before hang the dimmer on the wall
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Fig.3
Power supply connections must be carried out without the front cover.
All the connections are through terminals and connectors which are located
on the lower side of the unit.
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4. Connection
3
1
2
4
Fig.4:Lower side view
1. Power supply terminals
2. Charge outputs
3. Panic connectors
4. DMX In and Out
4.1. Power supply connection
While Power 6-3 EM HALL LIGHTING must be connected to three-phase
power supply with neutrals and earth, Power 6-3 EM can be plugged in:

Three-phase power supply with neutral (R, S, T and N) and earth
with 400V between phases and 230V between any phase and
neutral.

230-volt single-phase power supply in which case R, S and T
inputs must be connected to the phase.
WARNING: In the second case, half the nominal power has not to be
exceeded.
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NOTE: It is very important for right working of the power units, to have a
good earth connection. In other case, there could be voltage differences that
would damage the dimmer.
These dimmers are protected against wrong connections as it should be to
supply 400V between a phase and neutral. In this case, power unit would not
start up and it would display the message OVERVOLTAGE during a few
seconds before the unit would stop. Then, you could proceed to connect the
unit in the right way and turn it on again.
NOTE: The right order of the phases is shown in figure 5.
Fig. 5
Power 6-3 EM – Three-phase power supply
VRS = VRT = VST = 400V
VRN = VTN = VSN = 230V
400V IV 50Hz
N
S
T
R
Fig. 6
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Power 6-3 EM – Single-phase power supply
VRN = 230V
230V II 50Hz
N
S
T
R
Fig. 7
Power 6-3 EM HALL LIGHTING – Three-phase power
supply with individual neutrals
VRN1 = VSN2 = VTN3 = 230V
230V II 50Hz
230V II 50Hz
230V II 50Hz
Fig. 8
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4.2. Channel connection
Channels must be connected to their respective guide terminals. Each one
has 3 connections: Phase, ground and neutral.
Fig. 9
4.3. DMX connection
Signal connectors are XLR of 5 pins. Signal control from the control unit
must be connected to the DMX IN and the output signal to other elements to
the DMX OUT. You must connect an end-of-line resistance in the output of the
last serial device in order to avoid signal interferences (see figure 10).
The cables should be braided pair, shielded and low capacity, with a type
24AWG (0,2047mm2) minimum calibre and an impedance of 120 Ohms.
Please remember that the type of cable significantly conditions any problem
that may arise due to parasites coming through the line.
Similarly, DO NOT USE shielded cables commonly used for connecting
microphones.
The cables should be connected in such a way that pin 1 of the male
connector coincides with pin 1 of the female one, and in the same way for pins
2 and 3. Pins 4 and 5 are not used.
The screen connected to pin 1 should NOT come in contact with the casing
of the connector.
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CONSOLE
End-of-line
resistance
DMX line
120Ω
...
UNIT 1
UNIT 2
UNIT N
SOLDER SIDE
Fig.10: Signal connection net
The connection should be made exactly as shown in figure 10. You will see
that a resistance of 120 Ohms 1/4W has been installed at the end of the line
between pins 2 and 3. This corresponds to the end-of-line connector supplied
with all projectors.
A maximum of 32 projectors may be linked up to a single line without using
an amplifier. And the maximum cable length as far as the last projector is 1
Km, although it is advisable to use an amplifier for cables every 500 meters.
DMX line
CONSOLE
WRONG
CONNECTION!
UNIT 1
UNIT 3
SOLDER SIDE
UNIT 2
120Ω
UNIT 4
...
...
UNIT N
End-of-line
resistances
UNIT P
Fig.11: Wrong connection
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Connection shown in figure 11 is INCORRECT. If an installation divided
into several branches is required, splitters must be used. They distribute and
amplify a single signal into several identical ones in different lines (see Figure
12).
CONSOLE
RIGHT
CONNECTION
DMX line
SPLITTER
UNIT 1
UNIT 3
SOLDER SIDE
UNIT 2
UNIT 4
120Ω
...
...
UNIT N
UNIT P
End-of-line
resistances
Fig.12: Right connection
4.4. PANIC connection
PANIC function connection is carried out through a Jack stereo connector
situated near DMX connectors (see figure 4).
Its connection only requires two cables connected to Jack connector as
shown in figure 13.
Activating switch
for PANIC function
Fig.13: Jack connection (PANIC function)
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PANIC function is available by means of a free contact circuit. Thus,
connecting PANIC signal to a switch, function will be activated when pressing
it.
IMPORTANT: Activation of this function has to be by means of a switch,
not with a button.
There is an input and output Jack connector to propagate the signal to
other units.
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5. Programming
The following table shows a map of the dimmer menus and its options. You
can move on the menus pressing “+” and “-” and select an option pressing
“store”.
(Start up)
CONFIG:
CHANNEL:
LOCAL:
LOCAL:
PANIC:
CHASE:
TEST:
FREQ:
DMX:
MANUAL:
SYSTEM:
INFO:
CHANNEL:
SYSTEM:
VERSION:
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When the dimmer is starting up, it displays these messages:
5.1. Configuration
To start with the configuration, you must enter to CONFIG menu. You can
move on the menus pressing “+” and “-” and select an option pressing “store”.
Once there, you can select among three options: channels, chasers and
local mode.
Channel configuration
Select CHANNEL to configure the channels.
In this menu, you have two options: channel-per-channel configuration or
all channels together.
XXX: It becomes “ALL” when configuring all the channels together or,
alternatively, shows numbers from 1 to 6.
In the former case, parameterization (maximum, minimum, response
curves, etc.) will be equal for all the channels, which starting by the first
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channel will increase in one until the end of the total amount of channels of the
dimmer.
When configuring the channels, either together or channel-per-channel,
there will be this message:
YYY: Define the type of response curve.
LIN V – linear with voltage
LIN L - linear with light
FLUO – fluorescent
ON-OFF – Everything or nothing
XX: Address DMX channel to this dimmer channel.
MX: Maximum output value from 0 to F (100%).
MN: Minimum output value
L: Channel value when working in local or PANIC mode.
For validating each option, you must press “store”.
If you configure channel-per-channel, this process must be repeated for
each channel. On the contrary, dimmer channels will be configured with the
same options with the exception of the address.
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Local mode configuration
To start this configuration, you must enter to LOCAL menu after selecting
CONFIG.
Then, select local and eventually you can select ON for activating local
mode or OFF for deactivating it.
When working in local mode, channel values will be the ones configured
before (see Channel configuration). Press “store” for validating the selection.
PANIC configuration
The sequence of selections to go to Panic menu is: CONFIG – LOCAL –
PANIC. Then, pressing “ON” is activated.
From now on, if a Panic signal is received through the jack connector
located in the lower internal side of the dimmer (see PANIC connection),
automatically all the channels will be activated with the previously configured
values in the local mode (see Local mode configuration).
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Panic signal consists of a free contact which opens or closes a circuit from
an architectural lighting system or any other element which can carry out the
same function (e.g. emergency stop).
Chaser configuration
First of all, you must enter to CHASER menu:
XXX: There are five options: “OFF” (chaser disconnected) or from 1 to 4
(different chasers).
Pressing “+” and “-”, you can select one of the 4 predefined chasers and
then define FADE and TIME times which are from 0 to 8 minutes and 0 to 59
seconds, respectively.
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5.2. Testing
This menu is for changing the output level of each channel and verifying
the state of the inputs and outputs: DMX input and mains frequency.
Frequency test
X: It indicates mains frequency value.
Y: It is “OK” if the signal is synchronised with the other phases and “Rf” for
the phase used as reference. If there is no synchronism, it will be “?”.
DMX test
This menu shows the DMX state and any data losing.
When DMX is not detected, it will show this message:
If DMX signal is received:
XX: Number of channels received.
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ZZ: Number of packs received per second.
Y: If there is any error when receiving packs.
Manual test
This menu enables you to change manually channel level. The output level
can be selected from 0 to F.
X: Number of channel to modify.
Y: Output level from 0 to F (0-100%).
5.3. System
This menu has three options: unit initialization, unit restoration and
keyboard blockage.
BLOCK: The four buttons are blocked. Press them altogether to unblock it.
INIT: The power unit is initialized with default values.
RESTART: Keeping the programmed parameters of the configuration, the
power unit will be reset.
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5.4. Unit information
This is a menu which informs about the state of the different parameters of
the dimmer, there are three options: channel information, system menu and
version menu.
Channel information
It shows the state of each channel.
System menu
This is an information menu; consequently, no parameters can be
modified.
If the power unit works in automatic mode (chasers), it will show the times
of FADE and TIME. It will also show local mode state: on or off.
Version menu
It informs about the software version of the dimmer.
POWER 6-3 EM
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6. Maintenance
6.1. Regular cleaning
To prevent the growth of dust and dirt which may impair the proper
operation of the equipment, it should be cleaned regularly.
For cleaning it, use a soft, slightly and damp cloth (if the equipment is very
dirty, apply a little liquid detergent to the cloth).
WARNING: Do not use solvents or products containing alcohol. Make sure
that no liquid get inside the equipment.
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7. Most common problems
Problem
Usual cause
Solution
Unit does not start
No current reaching the
unit
Check mains connections
Power unit does not give
response in some channels
Breakers or differentials
activated
Check breakers and differentials
state
Addressing problem
Address channels in free
addresses
See “Programming” section
The unit does not work in
autonomous mode
PANIC function does not
respond
Wrong DMX line
installation
Check the type of cable,
connections, connectors,
installation and 120Ω terminator
resistance
No chaser selected
See “Programming” section
No FADER and TIMER
selected
See “Programming” section
Not activated or not
programming
See “Programming” section
Wrong jack connection
Check connection
See “Connection” section
If the problem persists despite these measures, please contact to
FRESNEL’s Technical Service Department.
Telf +34 93 274 54 28
Telf +34 93 360 02 30
Fax +34 93 274 47 47
If you want to do without this product, do not mix it with the
ordinary waste. There are specific methods and systems
for dividing electronic and electromagnetic used products
that are described in 2002/96/EC directive, which is in
force in the European Community countries.
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FRESNEL S.A.
DC-01
STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE
DATE: 01/01/12
We declare that the products:
Mark:
STRONG
Models:
POWER 6-3 EM
POWER 6-3 EM HALL LIGHTING
Year of construction:
2012
Conforms to the following EC directives:
2006/95/EC: In relation to the safety requirements for material
intended for use within specific voltage limits.
2004/108/EC: In relation to the electromagnetic compatibility of
equipment, systems and installations.
Sole administrator
Ángel Torrecillas Redón
Barcelona, January 1st of 2012
Fresnel S.A.
C/ Potosí 40
08030 Barcelona
Spain
Tel: +34 93 360 02 30
Fax: +34 93 274 47 47
[email protected]
http://www.strong.es
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