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HYDRO BEAM X12

User Instructions

©2023 ADJ Products, LLC all rights reserved. Information, specifications, diagrams, images, and instructions herein are subject to change without notice. ADJ Products, LLC logo and identifying product names and numbers herein are trademarks of ADJ Products, LLC. Copyright protection claimed includes all forms and matters of copyrightable materials and information now allowed by statutory or judicial law or hereinafter granted. Product names used in this document may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies and are hereby acknowledged. All non-ADJ Products, LLC brands and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

ADJ Products, LLC and all affiliated companies hereby disclaim any and all liabilities for property, equipment, building, and electrical damages, injuries to any persons, and direct or indirect economic loss associated with the use or reliance of any information contained within this document, and/or as a result of the improper, unsafe, insufficient and negligent assembly, installation, rigging, and operation of this product.

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6122 S. Eastern Ave. | Los Angeles, CA 90040 USA

Tel: 800-322-6337 | Fax: 323-582-2941 | www.adj.com |[email protected]

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Europe Energy Saving Notice

Energy Saving Matters (EuP 2009/125/EC)

Saving electric energy is a key to help protecting the environment. Please turn off all electrical products when they are not in use. To avoid power consumption in idle mode, disconnect all electrical equipment from power when not in use. Thank you!

DOCUMENT VERSION

Due to additional product features and/or enhancements, an updated version of this document may be available online.

Please check www.adj.com

for the latest revision/update of this manual before beginning installation and/or programming.

Date

01/21/22

10/28/22

01/04/23

06/09/23

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Software

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DMX Channel Mode

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Notes

Initial Version

Updated Specifications, IP65 Rated, and Dimensions

Added IP Testing Parameters

Updated General Information, IP65 Rated, System

Menu, Specifications

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C O N T E N T S

General Information

Limited Warranty (USA Only)

IP65 Rated

Safety Guidelines

Overview

Discharge Lamp Warning

Lamp Installation

Torque Settings for Screws

Torque Screw Locations

Color Wheel

Static Gobo Wheel

Fixture Installation

Connections

DMX Set Up

DMX Addressing

System Menu

Wifly

DMX Traits: Channel Functions & Values

Error Codes

Multi Power Linking | Cleaning

Specifications

Dimensions

FCC Statement

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G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N

INTRODUCTION

Please read and understand all instructions in this manual carefully and thoroughly before attempting to operate these products. These instructions contain important safety and use information.

UNPACKING

The products in this kit have been thoroughly tested and have been shipped in perfect operating condition. Carefully check the shipping carton for damage that may have occurred during shipping.

If the carton appears to be damaged, carefully inspect each unit included for damage and be sure all accessories necessary to operate the units have arrived intact. In the event damage has been found or parts are missing, please contact our customer support team for further instructions. Please do not return this kit to your dealer without first contacting customer support at the number listed below. Please do not discard the shipping carton in the trash. Please recycle whenever possible.

WARRANTY RETURNS

All returned service items whether under warranty or not, must be freight pre-paid and accompany a return authorization (R.A.) number. The R.A. number must be clearly written on the outside of the return package. A brief description of the problem as well as the R.A. number must also be written down on a piece of paper and included in the shipping container. If the unit is under warranty, you must provide a copy of your proof of purchase invoice. Items returned without a R.A. number clearly marked on the outside of the package will be refused and returned at customer’s expense. You may obtain a R.A. number by contacting customer support.

6122 S. Eastern Ave. Los Angeles, CA. 90040

| [email protected]

Do not discard the shipping cartoon in the trash. Please recycle when ever possible.

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L I M I T E D WA R R A N T Y ( U S A O N LY )

A. ADJ Products, LLC hereby warrants, to the original purchaser, ADJ Products, LLC products to be free of manufacturing defects in material and workmanship for a prescribed period from the date of purchase (see specific warranty period on reverse). This warranty shall be valid only if the product is purchased within the United States of America, including possessions and territories. It is the owner’s responsibility to establish the date and place of purchase by acceptable evidence, at the time service is sought.

B. For warranty service, you must obtain a Return Authorization number (RA#) before sending back the product-please contact ADJ Products, LLC Service Department at 800-322-6337. Send the product only to the ADJ Products, LLC factory. All shipping charges must be pre-paid. If the requested repairs or service (including parts replacement) are within the terms of this warranty, ADJ Products, LLC will pay return shipping charges only to a designated point within the United States. If the entire instrument is sent, it must be shipped in its original package. No accessories should be shipped with the product. If any accessories are shipped with the product, ADJ Products, LLC shall have no liability whatsoever for loss of or damage to any such accessories, or for the safe return thereof.

C. This warranty is void of the serial number has been altered or removed; if the product is modified in any manner which

ADJ Products, LLC concludes, after inspection, affects the reliability of the product, if the product has been repaired or service by anyone other than ADJ Products, LLC factory unless prior written authorization was issued to purchaser by

ADJ Products, LLC; if the product is damaged because not properly maintained as set forth in the instruction manual.

D. This is not a service contact, and this warranty does not include maintenance, cleaning or periodic check up. During the period specified above, ADJ Products, LLC will replace defective parts at its expense with new or refurbished parts, and will absorb all expenses for warrant service and repair labor by reason of defects in material or workmanship. The sole responsibility of ADJ Products, LLC under this warranty shall be limited to the repair of the product, or replacement thereof, including parts, at the sole discretion of ADJ Products, LLC. All products covered by this warranty were manufactured after August 15, 2012, and bear identifying marks to that effect.

E. ADJ Products, LLC reserves the right to make changes in design and/or improvements upon its products without any obligation to include these changes in any products theretofore manufactured.

F. No warranty, whether expressed or implied, is given or made with respect to any accessory supplied with products described above. Except to the extent prohibited by applicable law, all implied warranties made by ADJ Products, LLC in connection with this product, including warranties of merchantability or fitness, are limited in duration to the warranty period set forth above. And no warranties, whether expressed or implied, including warranties of merchantability or fitness, shall apply to this product after said period has expired. The consumer’s and/or Dealer’s sole remedy shall be such repair or replacement as is expressly provided above; and under no circumstances shall ADJ Products, LLC be liable for any loss or damage, direct or consequential, arising out of the use of, or inability to use, this product.

G. This warranty is the only written warranty applicable to ADJ Products, LLC Products and supersedes all prior warranties and written descriptions of warranty terms and conditions heretofore published.

LIMITED WARRANTY PERIODS

• Non L.E.D. Lighting Products = 1-year (365 days) Limited Warranty (Such as: Special Effect Lighting, Intelligent

Lighting, UV lighting, Strobes, Fog Machines, Bubble Machines, Mirror Balls, Par Cans, Trussing, Lighting Stands etc. excluding LED and lamps)

• Laser Products = 1 Year (365 Days) Limited Warranty (excludes laser diodes which have 6 month limited warranty)

• L.E.D. Products = 2-year (730 days) Limited Warranty (excluding batteries which have a 180 day limited warranty)

Note: 2 Year Warranty only applies to purchases within the United States.

• StarTec Series = 1 Year Limited Warranty (excluding batteries which have a 180 day limited warranty)

• ADJ DMX Controllers = 2 Year (730 Days) Limited Warranty

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I P 6 5 R AT E D

The International Protection (IP) rating system is commonly expressed as “IP” (Ingress Protection) followed by two numbers (i.e. IP65), where the numbers define the degree of protection. The first digit (Foreign Bodies

Protection) indicates the extent of protection against particles entering the fixture, and the second digit (Water

Protection) indicates the extent of protection against water entering the fixture. An IP65 rated lighting fixture is designed and tested to protect against the ingress of dust (6), and low-pressure water jets from any direction (5).

NOTE: THIS FIXTURE IS INTENDED FOR TEMPORARY OUTDOOR USE ONLY!

Maritime/Coastal Environment Installations: A coastal environment is seaside adjacent, and caustic to electronics through exposure to atomized salt-water and humidity, whereas maritime is anywhere within 5-miles of a coastal environment.

NOT suitable for maritime/coastal environment installations. Installing this fixture in a maritime/coastal environment may cause corrosion and/or excessive wear to the interior and/or exterior components of the fixture. Damages and/or performance issues resulting from installation in a maritime/coastal environment will void the manufactures warranty, and will NOT be subject to any warranty claims and/or repairs.

Maritime installations require additional preparation, and additional service intervals may be needed given the maritime use. In general, IP ratings presuppose freshwater conditions VS maritime conditions, which are typically more “caustic” to IP fixtures (both internally and externally). A duty-cycle may also be needed when units are not in use. During times of high humidity and colder temperatures, condensation may occur internally so the fixture may require a duty-cycle to bring it up to running temperature, allowing any accumulation of moisture to be expelled via the vent valve. Recommendations can change based on installation environmental circumstances.

A waterproof dome or similar device is recommended for use in permanent outdoor installations. When using a dome, refer to manufacturer recommendations for duty-cycle.

NOTE: NOT ALL FEATURES LISTED ARE AVAILABLE ON ALL FIXTURES; THE FOLLOWING

INSTRUCTIONS MAY NOT APPLY. CONTACT SUPPORT FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS.

Exterior Maintenance: Inspect the exterior every 30-days. The unit must be powered off/disconnected. Inspect optics to determine if the lens is obstructed, then clean optics and chassis accordingly. Based on initial finding, schedule maintenance accordingly, keeping in mind that exterior maintenance will be required. Even if the luminaires are NOT in use, maintenance will still be needed given its location (exterior use). The use of a durable type of wax on the chassis is recommended since it will help prevent contaminant build up. Inspect both power and data lines for any signs of contaminants or corrosion. Periodically reapplying di-electric grease, especially in coastal environments. If any signs of corrosion/contaminants are present, clean thoroughly, and/or replace connectors, then reapply di-electric grease. Typically, this should be done annually, or any time an opportunity presents itself. As a preventive measure, annual replacement of both vent valves is recommended. The vent valve membrane can become contaminated and/or clogged causing improper venting of humidity within the luminaire. Inspect all mounting hardware as a precaution.

Interior Maintenance: Inspect the interior every 30-days. The unit must be powered off/disconnected.

• Inspect zoom/focus mechanism, clean optics, lubricate linear bearings (Krytox oil) as needed, inspect belts for wear

• Inspect all rotating effect wheels, manually rotate them, note any resistance

• Inspect all remaining rotating belts for any wear

• Inspect all fans, clean as needed, check rotation, check connections

• Inspect CMY module, manually move flags and check for signs of resistance, and if needed, clean guide rods first, then reapply a thin layer of grease (moly lube)

• Clean interior with low-volume compressed air, then clean optics prior to reassembly of head covers

Although the base has limited moving parts, the pan belt should also be inspected for wear. Remember to always perform an IP test anytime a cover is removed.

There is no specific time frame regarding the routine replacement of parts such as belts/stepper motors, PCBs, or LEDs. These items should only be replaced on an as needed bases, except for cooling fans, which should be replaced once the luminaries reach 10,000-hours. This is a prophylactic measure intended to keep the unit running as cool as possible, insuring proper function of all internal components. A complete service breakdown is available, please contact [email protected]

for any needed parts or manuals.

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S A F E T Y G U I D E L I N E S

FOR YOUR OWN PERSONAL SAFETY, PLEASE READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS MANUAL

COMPLETELY BEFORE YOU ATTEMPT TO INSTALL OR OPERATE THIS UNIT!

• THERE ARE NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE THIS UNIT. DO NOT ATTEMPT ANY REPAIRS

YOURSELF; DOING SO WILL VOID YOUR MANUFACTURES WARRANTY. DAMAGES RESULTING

FROM MODIFICATIONS TO THIS FIXTURE AND/OR THE DISREGARD OF SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

AND GUIDELINES IN THIS MANUAL VOID THE MANUFACTURES WARRANTY AND ARE NOT SUBJECT

TO ANY WARRANTY CLAIMS AND/OR REPAIRS.

• DO NOT PLUG THE FIXTURE INTO A DIMMER PACK! NEVER OPEN THIS FIXTURE WHILE IN

USE! UNPLUG POWER BEFORE SERVICING FIXTURE! NEVER TOUCH THE FIXTURE DURING

OPERATION AS IT MAY BE HOT! KEEP FLAMMABLE MATERIALS AWAY FROM FIXTURE! ENSURE

ALL CONNECTIONS AND END CAPS ARE PROPERLY SEALED WITH A DIELECTRIC GREASE

(AVAILABLE AT MOST ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS) TO PREVENT WATER CORROSION AND/OR

ELECTRICAL SHORT CIRCUIT.

• IF THE FIXTURE IS EXPOSED TO ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE CHANGES SUCH AS RELOCATION

FROM AN OUTDOOR COLD TO AN INDOOR WARM ENVIRONMENT, DO NOT POWER THE FIXTURE

ON IMMEDIATELY. INTERNAL CONDENSATION AS A RESULT OF ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE

CHANGE CAN CAUSE INTERNAL FIXTURE DAMAGE. LEAVE THE FIXTURE POWERED OFF UNTIL IT

HAS REACHED ROOM TEMPERATURE BEFORE POWERING ON.

• NEVER LOOK DIRECTLY INTO THE LIGHT SOURCE! RETINA INJURY RISK - MAY INDUCE BLINDNESS

SENSITIVE PERSONS MAY SUFFER AN EPILEPTIC SHOCK!

• Replace shields, lenses or ultraviolet screens if they have become visibly damaged to such an extent that their effectiveness is impaired, for example by cracks or deep scratches.

• Change the lamp if it has become damaged or thermally deformed.

• The luminaire is intended for professional use only.

• The light source contained in this luminaire shall only be replaced by the manufacturer, qualified service agent, or a similar qualified technician.

• Reinforced insulation is located between LV supply and DMX dimming control circuit.

• No insulation located between SELV circuit and DMX dimming control circuit.

• Be sure that the local power outlet is compatible with the required voltage for your unit. • Do not attempt to operate this unit if the power cord has been frayed or broken.

• Do not attempt to remove or break off the ground prong from the electrical cord. internal short.

• Disconnect from main power before making any type of connection.

• Do not remove the cover under any conditions. There are no user serviceable parts inside. • Never operate this unit when it’s cover is removed.

• Always be sure to mount this unit in an area that will allow proper ventilation. Allow about 7.9” (20cm) between this device and a wall.

• Do not attempt to operate this unit, if it becomes damaged. • Always mount this unit in safe and stable matter.

• Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the appliance.

• Cleaning -The fixture should be cleaned only as recommended by the manufacturer.

• Heat -This fixture should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other appliances (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

• The fixture should be serviced by qualified service personnel when the appliance does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance.

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S A F E T Y G U I D E L I N E S

To guarantee a smooth operation, it is important to follow all instructions and guidelines in this manual.

ADJ Products, LLC is not responsible for injury and/or damages resulting from the misuse of this fixture due to the disregard of the information printed in this manual. Only qualified and/or certified personnel should perform installation of this fixture and only the original rigging parts included with this fixture should be used for installation. Any modifications to the fixture and/or the included mounting hardware will void the original manufactures warranty and increase the risk of damage and/or personal injury.

PROTECTION CLASS 1 - FIXTURE MUST BE PROPERLY GROUNDED

THERE ARE NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE THIS UNIT. DO NOT ATTEMPT

ANY REPAIRS YOURSELF; DOING SO WILL VOID YOUR MANUFACTURES

WARRANTY. DAMAGES RESULTING FROM MODIFICATIONS TO THIS FIXTURE

AND/OR THE DISREGARD OF SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND GUIDELINES IN THIS

MANUAL VOID THE MANUFACTURES WARRANTY AND ARE NOT SUBJECT TO ANY

WARRANTY CLAIMS AND/OR REPAIRS.

DO NOT PLUG FIXTURE INTO A DIMMER PACK!

NEVER OPEN THIS FIXTURE WHILE IN USE!

UNPLUG POWER BEFORE SERVICING FIXTURE!

NEVER TOUCH FIXTURE DURING OPERATION AS IT MAY BE HOT!

Maximum ambient temperature is Ta: 40°C. DO NOT operate it where the temperature is higher than this. Unit surface temperature may reach up to 75°C. DO NOT touch the housing bare-hand during its operation. Turn off the power and allow about 15 minutes for the unit to cool down before replacing or serving.

KEEP FLAMMABLE MATERIALS AWAY FROM FIXTURE!

ENSURE ALL CONNECTIONS AND END CAPS ARE PROPERLY SEALED WITH

A DIELECTRIC GREASE (AVAILABLE AT MOST ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS) TO

PREVENT WATER CORROSION AND/OR ELECTRICAL SHORT CIRCUIT.

IF THE FIXTURE IS EXPOSED TO ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE CHANGES SUCH

AS RELOCATION FROM AN OUTDOOR COLD TO AN INDOOR WARM ENVIRONMENT,

DO NOT POWER THE FIXTURE ON IMMEDIATELY. INTERNAL CONDENSATION AS

A RESULT OF ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE CHANGE CAN CAUSE INTERNAL

FIXTURE DAMAGE. LEAVE THE FIXTURE POWERED OFF UNTIL IT HAS REACHED

ROOM TEMPERATURE BEFORE POWERING ON.

NEVER LOOK DIRECTLY INTO THE LIGHT SOURCE! RETINA INJURY RISK - MAY

INDUCE BLINDNESS! SENSITIVE PERSONS MAY SUFFER AN EPILEPTIC SHOCK!

THIS IS A RISK GROUP 3 (HIGH RISK) PRODUCT ACCORDING TO EN 62471 AND IEC/

TR 62778. THE LUMINAIRE SHOULD BE POSITIONED 63METERS OR MORE FROM

THE OUTPUT OF THE FIXTURE TO REDUCE OR ELIMINATE EXPOSURE.

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S A F E T Y G U I D E L I N E S

RISK GROUP 3 - RISK OF EXPOSURE TO ULTRAVIOLET UV

RADIATION! FIXTURE EMITS HIGH INTENSITY WAVELENGTH OF

ULTRAVIOLET UV LIGHT FROM THE UV COLOR FILTER. WEAR

PROPER EYE AND SKIN PROTECTION. AVOID PROLONGED

PERIODS OF EXPOSURE TO UV COLOR FILTER. AVOID WEARING

WHITE COLOR CLOTHING AND/OR USING UV PAINTS ON SKIN.

AVOID DIRECT EYE AND/OR SKIN

EXPOSURE AT DISTANCES LESS THAN 11 feet (3.3m). DO NOT OPERATE FIXTURE WITH

DAMAGED/MISSING EXTERNAL COVERS. DO NOT LOOK DIRECTLY INTO THE UV LIGHT AND/

OR VIEW UV LIGHT DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS THAT MAY CONCENTRATE THE

LIGHT/RADIATION OUTPUT. INDIVIDUALS SUFFERING FROM A RANGE OF EYE CONDITIONS,

SUNLIGHT EXPOSURE DIS-ORDERS, OR INDIVIDUALS USING PHOTOSENSITIVE MEDICATION,

MAY RECEIVE DISCOMFORT IF EXPOSED TO THE ULTRAVIOLET UV LIGHT EMITTED FROM

THE UV LED.

DO NOT TOUCH the fixture housing during operation. Turn OFF the power and allow approximately 15 minutes for the fixture to cool down before servicing.

DO NOT shake fixture; avoid brute force when installing and/or operating fixture.

DO NOT operate fixture if the power cord has become frayed, crimped, damaged and/or if any of the power cord connectors are damaged and do not insert into the fixture securely with ease.

NEVER force a power cord connector into the fixture. If the power cord or any of its connectors are damaged, replace it immediately with a new one of similar power rating.

DO NOT block any air ventilation slots; these must remain clean and never blocked. Allow approx. 7.9”

(20cm) between fixture and other devices or a wall for proper cooling.

When installing fixture in a suspended environment, always use mounting hardware that is no less than

M10 x 25 mm, and always attach an appropriately rated safety cable.

ALWAYS disconnect fixture from main power source before performing any type of service and/or cleaning procedure. Only handle the power cord by the plug end; never pull out the plug by tugging the wire portion of the cord.

During the initial operation of this fixture, a light smoke or smell may emit from the interior of the fixture.

This is a normal process and is caused by excess paint in the interior of the casing burning off from the heat associated with the lamp and will decrease gradually over time.

Consistent operational breaks will ensure fixture will function properly for many years. ONLY use the original packaging and materials to transport the fixture in for service.

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S A F E T Y G U I D E L I N E S

POTENTIAL INTERNAL FIXTURE DAMAGE FROM EXTERNAL SOURCES OF LIGHT BEAMS

External sources of light beams from direct sunlight, lighting moving head fixtures, and lasers, which are focused directly towards the exterior housing and/or penetrate the front lens opening of ADJ lighting fixtures, can cause severe internal damage including burning to optics, dichroic color filters, glass and metal gobos, prisms, animation wheels, frost filters, iris, shutters, motors, belts, wiring, discharge lamps, and LEDs.

This issue is not specific only to ADJ lighting fixtures, it is a common issue with lighting fixtures from all manufacturers. Although there is no true way to fully prevent this issue from happening, the guidelines below can prevent any potential damage from occurring if followed. Contact ADJ Service for more details.

DO NOT EXPOSE THE FIXTURE AND/OR FRONT LENS OPENING TO LIGHT BEAMS FROM

DIRECT SUNLIGHT, OTHER LIGHTING MOVING HEAD FIXTURES, AND LASERS WHILE

UNPACKING, INSTALLATION, USE, AND EXTENDED IDLE TIMES OUTDOORS.

DO NOT FOCUS A LIGHT BEAM FROM ONE LIGHTING FIXTURE DIRECTLY TOWARDS ANOTHER.

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O V E RV I E W

LENS

SERVICE PORT

MENU Button

ENTER Button

UP Button

DOWN Button

LCD Menu Control Display

IP65 Locking

5-Pin DMX In/Out

Fuse: T 10A

Power Connector

Gore Valve

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D I S C H A R G E L A M P WA R N I N G

UV RADIATION NOTICE

This fixture emits intense UV radiation, which is harmful to the eyes and skin. The intense luminescence of the lamp can cause severe damage to the retina. NEVER operate this fixture with ANY of the protective covers removed. These covers have bee specially designed to shield against UV radiation.

LAMP REPLACEMENT WARNING

NOTE: The lamp life is represented in “Percentages”.

When the unit reaches15% of lamp life left, the display will flash the message, “Replace The

Lamp Soon”. This message will flash for up to 10 minutes. To confirm this warning and return to normal operation, press the ENTER button.

When the unit reaches10% of lamp life left, the display will again flash the message, “Replace

The Lamp Soon”. This message will flash for up to 10 minutes. To confirm this warning and return to normal operation, press the ENTER button.

NOTE: When the fixture is powered OFF and then back ON again, the fixture display will flash the following message: “Replace The Lamp Soon”.

When the unit reaches between 5%-0% of lamp life left, the display will flash the message

Replace The Lamp Immediately”. The unit will now NO longer respond to DMX commands and enter hibernation mode which will discontinue all fixture functionality with the exception of a few menu commands. The fixture will continue to enter into hibernation mode until the lamp is replaced and the lamp time (LAMP ON TIME-R) has been reset. See page 36 “LAMP

ON TIME-R” under the “TOTAL LAMP TIME” submenu.

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L A M P I N S TA L L AT I O N

WARNING! LAMP REPLACEMENT SHOULD ONLY BE DONE BY A TRAINED TECHNICIAN.

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TO R Q U E S E T T I N G S F O R S C R E W S

A L L S C R E W S M U S T B E T I G H T E N E D W I T H A TO R Q U E D R I V E R . A l l s c r e w s a r e A l l e n H e a d s c r e w s . P l e a s e s e e b e l o w f o r s c r e w l o c a t i o n s , s c r e w q u a n t i t y a n d t o r q u e s e t t i n g s . T h e n u m b e r l i s t e d i n t h e “ # ” c o l u m n c o r r e s p o n d s t o t h e l o c a t i o n o n t h e f i x t u r e . S e e t h e f i x t u r e d i a g r a m a n d n u m b e r o n t h e n e x t p a g e f o r S C R E W L O C AT I O N d e p i c t i o n s .

1 Lens Assembly to Head Casting (x10)

2 Lamp Cover to Head Casting (x4)

6.5-8.7 In-Lb / 3mm Hex

6.7-9.6 In-Lb / 4mm Hex

3 Yoke Arm Cover to Yoke Frame (11 x Each Side = 22 Total) 6.5-8.7 In-Lb / 3mm Hex

5 Bottom Cover to Base Casting (x12)

6 Power & Data Connector to Base Casting (x14)

7 1/4 Turn Adapter Plate to Bottom Cover (x16)

Manual Screwdriver / 3mm Hex

6.7-9.6 In-Lb / 3mm Hex

6.5-8.7 In-Lb / Torx T8

6.5-8.7 In-Lb / 3mm Hex

TORQUE DRIVERS (Recommended): UTICA TS-30 (Shown)

ALTERNATIVE DRIVERS:

CAUTION! DO NOT OVER TORQUE SCREWS AS THIS CAN CAUSE LEAKAGE

ISSUES! TO CONFIRM THE IP65 INTEGRITY AFTER A LAMP REPLACEMENT, TEST

Vacuum(KPA)

-30KPA

Hydro Beam X12 IP Testing Parameters

Hold time(S)

60S

Pressure(KPA)

13KPA

Hold time(S)

60S

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TO R Q U E S C R E W L O C AT I O N S

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COLOR WHEEL

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STATIC GOBO WHEEL

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FIXTURE INSTALLATION

FLAMMABLE MATERIAL WARNING

Keep fixture at least 7.9in. (0.2m) away from any flammable materials, decorations, pyrotechnics, etc.

ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS

A qualified electrician should be used for all electrical connections and/or installations.

MINIMUM DISTANCE TO OBJECTS/SURFACES MUST BE 40 FEET (12 METERS)

MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE OF EXTERNAL SURFACE 167°F (75°C)

DO NOT INSTALL THE FIXTURE IF YOU ARE NOT QUALIFIED TO DO SO!

Fixture MUST be installed following all local, national, and country commercial electrical and construction codes and regulations. Before rigging/mounting the fixture to any metal truss/structure or placing the fixture on any surface, a professional equipment installer MUST be consulted to determine if the metal truss/structure or surface is properly certified to safely hold the combined weight of the fixture, clamps, cables, and accessories.

Overhead fixture installation must always be secured with a secondary safety attachment, such as an appropriately rated safety cable that meets all local, national, and country codes and regulations.

Fixture ambient operating temperature range is -4°F to 104°F. (-20°C to 40°C) Do not use this fixture outside this temperature range.

Fixture should be installed in areas outside walking paths, seating areas, or away from areas were unauthorized personnel might reach the fixture by hand.

NEVER stand directly below the fixture when rigging, removing, or servicing.

Allow approximately 15-minutes for the fixture to cool down before servicing.

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FIXTURE INSTALLATION

NOTICE: The suitable environmental temperature for this lighting fixture is between -20˚ C to 40˚ C.

Do not place this lighting fixture in an environment where the temperatures are under or above the temperatures stated above. This will allow the fixture to run at its best and help prolong the fixture life.

SAFETY CABLE

CLAMP

OMEGA BRACKET

Screw one clamp via a M12 screw and nut into the Omega holder. Insert the quick-lock fasteners of the Omega holder into the respective holes of the adjustable mounting bracket.

Tighten the quick-lock fasteners fully clockwise. Pull the safety-cable through the opening located on the bottom of the unit and over the trussing system or a safe fixation spot. Insert the end in the carabiner and tighten the safety screw.

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FIXTURE INSTALLATION

When installing the unit, the trussing or area of installation must be able to hold 10 times the weight without any deformation. When installing the unit must be secured with a secondary safety attachment, e.g. and appropriate safety cable. Never stand directly below the unit when mounting, removing, or servicing the unit.

Overhead mounting requires extensive experience, including calculating working load limits, installation material being used, and periodic safety inspection of all installation material and unit. If you lack these qualifications, do not attempt the installation yourself.

These installations should be checked by a skilled person once a year.

*SIDE MOUNTING *SAFETY CABLE

The Hydro Beam X12 is fully operational in three different mounting positions, hanging upside-down, mounted sideways on trussing, or set on a flat level surface. Be sure this fixture is kept at least 0.2m

(7.9in.) away from any flammable materials (decoration etc.). Always use and install the supplied safety cable as a safety measure to prevent accidental damage and/or injury in the event the clamp fails (see next page). Never use the carrying handles for secondary attachment.

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CONNECTIONS

ENSURE ALL CONNECTIONS AND END CAPS ARE PROPERLY SEALED WITH A DIELECTRIC

GREASE (AVAILABLE AT MOST ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS) TO PREVENT WATER CORROSION

AND/OR ELECTRICAL SHORT CIRCUIT.

TO MAINTAIN IP65 RATING INTEGRITY AND PREVENT WATER FROM ENTERING THE FIXTURE,

ALL UNUSED CONNECTION RUBBER CAPS MUST BE SEALED.

PLEASE NOTE, UNIT IS INTENDED FOR TEMPORARY OUTDOOR USE ONLY!

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D M X S E T U P

“OUT” terminal).

DMX Linking: DMX is a language allowing all makes and models of different manufactures to be where it is located in the DMX chain.

via DMX-512 protocol. Your unit and your DMX controller requires a 5-pin XLR connector for data input/

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D M X A D D R E S S I N G

All fixtures should be given a DMX starting address when using a DMX controller, so the correct fixture responds to the correct control signal. This digital starting address is the channel number from which of this starting DMX address is achieved by setting the correct DMX address on the digital control display on the fixture.

You can set the same starting address for all fixtures or a group of fixtures, or set different addresses for each individual fixture. Setting all fixtures to the same DMX address will cause all fixtures to react in the same way, in other words, changing the settings of one channel will affect all the fixtures simultaneously.

If you set each fixture to a different DMX address, each unit will start to “listen” to the channel number you have set, based on the quantity of DMX channels of each fixture. That means changing the settings of one channel will only affect the selected fixture. In the case of the Hydro Beam X12, when in 14

Channel mode, you should set the starting DMX address of the first unit to 1, the second unit to 15 (14

+ 1), the third unit to 29 (15 + 14), and so on. (See the chart below for more details).

Channel Mode Unit 1 Address Unit 2 Address Unit 3 Address Unit 4 Address

14 Channels 1 15 29 43

18 Channels 1 19 37 55

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S Y S T E M M E N U

The fixture includes an easy to navigate system menu control panel display where all necessary settings and adjustments are made. Turn the unit on, press the MENU button to access the menu mode, and press the UP/DOWN button until the required function is displayed on the monitor. Select the function by pressing the ENTER button. Use the UP/DOWN button to navigate the submenu, then press the

ENTER button to store selection, and automatically return to the last menu. To exit the menu mode, press the MENU button, or let the unit idle 30 seconds. The screen will automatically lock, and can be unlocked by pressing the MENU button for at least 10-seconds.

SOFTWARE UPDATES

Please contact ADJ customer support for latest software and updating instructions.

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S Y S T E M M E N U

Menu

DMX Settings

Submenu Options

DMX Address 001-512

DMX Channel Mode Mode1(14)/Mode2(18)

No DMX Status Hold Last / Blackout / Manual

DMX: Yes / No

Select Signal

WiFly: Yes / No

WiFly and DMX Out: Yes / No

Personality

Status Settings

WiFly Settings

Reset Motors

Display

Pan Invert: On / Off

Tilt Invert: On / Off

P/T. Feedback: On / Off

P./T. Speed: Speed 1 / Speed 2

Hibernation: Off / 01M~99M / 15M

Set WiFly Channel: 00~14

Enable / Disable WiFly

All Reset: Yes / No

Pan/Tilt Reset: Yes / No

Color Reset: Yes / No

Gobo Reset: Yes / No

Frost Reset: Yes / No

Prism1/R-P1 Reset: Yes / No

Prism2/R-P2 Reset: Yes / No

Shutter Reset: Yes / No

Focus Reset: Yes / No

Intensity: 1~10 (Dimmest-Brightest)

Display Invert: Yes / No

Screen Saver Delay: Off~10M

Lock On/Off: On / Off

Service

Manual Control

Pan

Tilt

Color

Gobo

Prism1

RPrism1

Prism2

RPrism2

Strobe

Dimmer

Focus

Frost

Pass Code = 050

(Pass Code = 050)

USB Port Power On/Off

Update Software

(Pass Code = 011)

000-255

000-255

000-255

000-255

000-255

000-255

000-255

000-255

000-255

000-255

000-255

000-255

Description

DMX Addressing

DMX Channel Mode Selection

DMX Lost Status

Control via DMX

Control via WiFly

Control via WiFly and send DMX Out via DMX cable

Reverse Pan Motion

Reverse Tilt Motion

Pan/Tilt Movement Feedback

Pan/Tilt Movement Speed

Sleep Setting (No Activity)

Set WiFly Wireless Channel

Activate / Deactivate WiFly

Reset All Motors

Reset the Pan & Tilt Motors

Reset the Color Wheel Motor

Reset the Gobo Wheel Motors

Reset the Frost Motor

Reset the Prism1/R-P1 Motors

Reset the Prism2/R-P2 Motors

Reset the Shutter Motors

Reset the Focus Motors

Display Brightness

Display Readout Inversion

Display Shutoff Time

Lock Screen

Calibration Adjustment

Restore Factory Settings

Manual Control

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S Y S T E M M E N U

Menu Submenu

Fixture Life Time

Total Lamp Time

Options

Power On Time: XXXXXX Hours

P On Time-R: XXXXXX Hours

Description

Total Running Time (Not Resettable)

Total Running Time (Resettable)

P-On Time Reset: Pass Code = 050

Lamp On Time - XXXXXX Hours

Lamp On Time-R - XXXXXX Hours

Time)

Lamp On Time (Not Resettable)

Lamp On Time (Resettable)

Reset Lamp On Time-R (Lamp On

Lamp On Time Reset: Pass Code = 050

Time)

Current: XXX ˚F / XXX ˚C Current Head Temperature

Head

Information

Fixture Temps

Base

(See Note 1)

Maximum Temperature(2)

(See Note 2)

Current: XXX ˚F / XXX ˚C Current Base Temperature

(See Note 1)

MaximummTemperature(2)

Humidity

Head Humidity: XXX%

Base Humidity: XXX%

Fan Info. (RPM)

Fan 6, H Fan 7, & H_Fan 8

Pan, Pan Fine, Tilt, Tilt Fine, Color, Gobo,

(Max Resettable)

Current Head Humidity

Current Base Humidity

Fan Speed

Current DMX Values

Lamp Control

RDM UID

Error Logs

Lamp ON / OFF

Fixture Errors (Listed Errors One by One) Last 10 Fixture Error Codes

Reset Error Log: Yes / No (Pass Code = 050) Clear the Error Log

Software Version X.XX

On / Off

Lamp ON with Power On / Off

Lamp ON via DMX On / Off

Lamp OFF via DMX On / Off

Current Software Version

Lamp On/Off

Lamp ON when Power ON

Lamp Power ON via DMX

Lamp Power OFF via DMX

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S Y S T E M M E N U

DMX Settings

Select DMX Settings, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select

DMX Address, DMX Channel Mode, or No DMX Status.

DMX Address

Select DMX Address, press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to adjust the address from 001 to 499/495, press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle for 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

DMX Channel Mode

DMX Channel Mode

, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to Select select Mode1 (14) or Mode2 (18), press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

No DMX Status

Select No DMX Status, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select

Blackout (fixture blacks out if DMX signal stops), Hold Last (fixture continues to obey the last command it received Via DMX if DMX signal stops), or Manual (the fixture will automatically read the DMX value in the “ManualControl” menu for operation after selecting this mode), press the ENTER button to store.

Press the MENU button to go back the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Personality

Select Personality, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select Select

Signal, Status Settings, WiFly Settings, Reset Motors, Display, or Service.

Select Signal

Select Select Signal, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select

DMX, Wifly, or Wifly and DMX Out, press the ENTER button to store. Use the UP/DOWN button to select No or Yes, and press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Status Settings

Select Status Settings, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select

Pan Invert, Tilt Invert, P/T Feedback, P/T Speed, or Hibernation.

Pan Invert

Select Pan Invert, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select Off or

On, press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Tilt Invert

Select Tilt Invert, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select Off or

On, press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

P/T Feedback

Select P/T Feedback, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select Off or On, press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

P/T Speed

Select P/T Speed, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select Speed1, or Speed2, press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Hibernation

Select Hibernation, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the DOWN/UP button to select OFF, or 01M~99M, and press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

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WiFly

Select WiFly, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select No or Yes and press the ENTER button to store. To select WiFly and DMX on, use the UP/DOWN button to select No or Yes and press the ENTER button to store. With the WiFly and DMX on, you can control the unit via wifly, and send a DMX signal via DMX cable to a nearby device that does not have WiFly capabilities. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Reset Motors

Select Reset Motors, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select All

Reset, Pan/Tilt Reset, Color Reset, Gobo Reset, Frost Reset, Prism1/R‐P1 Reset, Prism2/R‐P2

Reset, Shutter Reset, or Focus Reset.

All Reset

Yes and press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button back to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Pan/Tilt Reset

Select Pan/Tilt Reset, press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select No or the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Color Reset

Select Color Reset, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select No or the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Gobo Reset

Select Gobo Reset, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select No. or Yes, and press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Frost Reset

Select Frost Reset, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select No or

Yes and press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Prism1/R‐P1 Reset

Select Prism1/R‐P1 Reset, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select No or Yes and press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Prism2/R‐P2 Reset

Select Prism2/R‐P2 Reset, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select No or Yes and press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Shutter Reset

Select Shutter Reset, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select No or Yes, and press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Focus Reset

Select Focus Reset, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select No

or Yes and press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Display

Select Display, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select Intensity,

Display Invert, or Screen Saver Delay.

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S Y S T E M M E N U

Intensity

backlight intensity from 1(dark) to 10(bright), and press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Display Invert

No,or Yes, and press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Screen Saver Delay

Select Screen Saver Delay, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the DOWN/UP button to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Lock On/Off

Select Lock On/Off, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the DOWN/UP button to toggle last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Service

Calibration

Tilt, Strobe, Color, Gobo, Prism1, RPrism1, Prism2, RPrism2, Focus, or Frost, and press the seconds to exit menu mode.

USB Port Power

Select USB Port Power, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

USB Software (Update Software)

will load the software from 0-100%. Repeat the steps and use the V.1XX. To verify that the software was successfully uploaded, use the menu to select Information, and use the UP/DOWN button to select max., formatted to FAT32 if possible).

Factory Restore

Select Factory Restore, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select

No or Yes, and press the ENTER button to store. To select Yes, press the ENTER button to confirm.

Manual Control

Select Manual Control, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select

Pan, Tilt, Color, Gobo, Prism1, RPrism1, Prism2, RPrism2, Strobe, Dimmer, Focus, or Frost, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to set the DMX value from 000 to 255, unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Information

Select Information, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select

UID, Error Logs, or Software Version.

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S Y S T E M M E N U

Fixture Life Time

Select Fixture Life Time, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select

Power On Time, P‐On Time‐R, or P‐On Time Reset, and press the ENTER button to store. Press the

MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Total Lamp Time

Select Total Lamp Time, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select

Lamp On Time, Lamp On Time‐R, or Lamp On Time Reset, and press the ENTER button to store.

Press the MENU button to get back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Fixture Temps

Select Fixture Temps, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select

Head, Base, Reset Head Temp, or Reset Base Temp, and press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Humidity

Fan Info.(RPM)

Select Fan Info.(RPM), and press the ENTER button to confirm. The information of each fan will show on the display. Press the MENU button to exit.

DMX Values

show on the display. Press the MENU button to exit.

RDM UID

Select RDM UID, and press the ENTER button to confirm. RDM UID will show on the display. Press the

MENU button back to exit.

Error Logs

Errors, or Reset Error Logs, and press the ENTER button to store. Select Reset Error Logs, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select No or Yes, and press the

ENTER button to store. Select Yes, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to set the password (050), and press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to get back to the last menu or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu, mode.

Lamp Control

Lamp On/Off

Select Lamp On/Off, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Lamp ON with Power

Select Lamp ON with Power, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select

Off(Lamp off while power on), or On(Lamp on while power on), and press the ENTER button to store.

Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Lamp ON via DMX

Off, or On, and press the ENTER button to store. Press the MENU button to go back to the last menu, or let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

Lamp OFF via DMX

Select Lamp OFF via DMX, and press the ENTER button to confirm. Use the UP/DOWN button to select let the unit idle 30 seconds to exit menu mode.

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W I F LY

There are many factors that affect and/or interrupt a wireless signal such as walls, glass, metal, objects, and people. Therefore, it is highly recommended to:

• Install devices a minimum of 9.8 ft. (3m) above audiences and/or ground level

• Adjust the wireless antenna in a vertical upright position

• Position devices in direct line of sight of the controlling WiFLY device

Careful planning and testing of the selected installation location is critical to ensure optimum and reliable wireless operation.

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DMX TRAITS: CHANNEL FUNCTIONS & VALUES (14/18 DMX Channels)

14 Channels 18 Channels

1

2

3

1

2

3

4

5

Values

000-255

000-255

000-255

000-255

062-063

064-065

066-067

068-069

070-071

072-073

074-075

076-077

078-079

080-081

082-083

084-085

086-087

088-089

090-091

092-093

000-003

004-007

008-011

012-015

016-019

020-023

024-027

028-031

032-035

036-039

04-043

044-047

048-051

052-055

056-059

060-061

094-095

096-097

098-099

100-101

102-103

104-106

107-109

110-112

113-115

116-118

119-121

122-124

125-127

128-189

190-193

194-255

Functions

PAN MOVEMENT 8-BIT:

Pan Movement (0° - 540°)

PAN FINE 16-BIT:

Fine Control of Pan Movement

TILT MOVEMENT 8-BIT:

Tilt Movement (0° - 270°)

TILT FINE 16-BIT:

Fine Control of Tilt Movement

COLOR WHEEL:

White

Red

Orange

Aqua Marine

Green

Light Green

Lavender

Pink

Light Yellow

Magenta

Cyan

Yellow

3200K

6000K

UV

White

White to Red

Red

Red to Orange

Orange

Orange to Aqua Marine

Aqua Marine

Aqua Marine to Green

Green

Green to Light Green

Light Green

Light Green to Lavender

Lavender

Lavender to Pink

Pink

Pink to Light Yellow

Light Yellow

Light Yellow to Magenta

Magenta

Magenta to Cyan

Cyan

Cyan to Yellow

Yellow

Yellow to 3200K

3200K

3200K to 6000K

6000K

6000K to Uv

UV

UV to White

Clockwise Rotation Fast to Slow

Stop

Counter-Clockwise Rotation Slow to Fast

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14 Channels 18 Channels

`4

5

6

7

6

7

8

9

000-007

008-255

000-127

128-189

190-193

194-255

000-007

008-255

Values

053-055

056-059

060-063

064-067

068-071

072-075

076-079

080-083

084-087

088-091

092-095

096-099

100-103

104-107

108-111

112-115

116-119

120-127

128-189

190-193

194-255

000-007

008-010

011-013

014-016

017-019

020-022

023-025

026-028

029-031

032-034

035-037

038-040

041-043

044-046

047-049

050-052

Functions

Static Gobo

White

Gobo1

Gobo2

Gobo3

Gobo4

Gobo5

Gobo6

Gobo7

Gobo8

Gobo9

Gobo10

Gobo11

Gobo12

Gobo13

Gobo14

Gobo15

Gobo16

White Shaking, Slow to Fast

Gobo1 Shaking, Slow to Fast

Gobo2 Shaking, Slow to Fast

Gobo3 Shaking, Slow to Fast

Gobo4 Shaking, Slow to Fast

Gobo5 Shaking, Slow to Fast

Gobo6 Shaking, Slow to Fast

Gobo7 Shaking, Slow to Fast

Gobo8 Shaking, Slow to Fast

Gobo9 Shaking, Slow to Fast

Gobo10 Shaking, Slow to Fast

Gobo11 Shaking, Slow to Fast

Gobo12 Shaking, Slow to Fast

Gobo13 Shaking, Slow to Fast

Gobo14 Shaking, Slow to Fast

Gobo15 Shaking, Slow to Fast

Gobo16 Shaking, Slow to Fast

Clockwise Rotation Fast to Slow

Stop

Counter-Clockwise Rotation Slow to Fast

Prism1

Close

Open

Prism 1 Rotation

0-100%

Clockwise Rotation Fast to Slow

Stop

Counter-Clockwise Rotation Slow to Fast

Prism2

Close

Open

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14 Channels 18 Channels Values

8 10

000-127

128-189

190-193

194-255

9

10

11

12

13

14

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

000-007

008-255

000-255

000-069

070-079

080-089

090-099

100-109

110-119

120-129

130-139

140-149

150-159

160-199

200-209

210-229

230-239

240-255

000-031

032-063

064-095

096-127

128-159

160-191

192-223

224-255

000-255

000-255

000-255

000-255

Functions

Prism 2 Rotation

0-100%

Clockwise Rotation Fast to Slow

Stop

Counter-Clockwise Rotation Slow to Fast

Strobe

Close

Open

Strobe From Slow to Fast

Open

Pulse Effect in Sequence

Open

Random

Open

Dimmer

0-100%

Dimmer Fine

0-100%

Focus

0-100%

Focus Fine

0-100%

Frost

Close

Open

Pan/Tilt Speed

Fast to Slow

Special Function

Null

Enable Blackout While Pan/Tilt Moving

Disable Blackout While Pan/Tilt Moving

Enable Blackout While Color Changing

Disable Blackout While Color Changing

Enable Blackout While Gobo Changing

Disable Blackout While Gobo Changing

Lamp On

Reset XY

Reset Effect

No Function

Reset All

No Function

Lamp Off

No Function

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E R R O R C O D E S

28

29

30

31

24

25

26

27

20

21

22

23

16

17

18

19

36

37

38

39

40

32

33

34

35

12

13

14

15

10

11

8

9

6

7

4

5

2

3

#

1

Print Error Message

CPU-B Error

CPU-C Error

CPU-D Error

CPU-E Error

CPU-F Error

Pan Reset Error

Pan Encode Error

Tilt Reset Error

Tilt Encode Error

Color Reset Error

Gobo Reset Error

Prism1 Reset Error

RPrism1 Reset

Prism2 Reset Error

RPrism2 Reset Error

Focus Reset Error

G Sensor Error

Ballast Comm Err

Lamp Hot Power Off

Lamp On Error

Lamp Volt. Too High

Ballast Temp. High

Lamp Maintenance

Head Humidity Error

Base Humidity Error

Head Humidity Too High

Base Humidity Too High

BaseFan1 Start Err

BaseFan1 Stop Err

BaseFan1 Too Low

BaseFan1 Too High

BaseFan2 Start Err

BaseFan2 Stopp Err

BaseFan2 Too Low

BaseFan2 Too High

ArmFan1 Start Err

AmFan1 Stop Error

ArmFan1 Too Low

ArmFan1 Too High

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Description

CPU-B Error

CPU-C Error

CPU-D Error

CPU-E Error

CPU-F Error

Pan: Reset Error

Pan: Encoder Error

Tilt: Reset Error

Tilt: Encoder Error

Color: Reset Error

Gobo: Reset Error

Prism1: Reset Error

RPrism1: Reset Error

Prism2: Reset Error

RPrism2: Reset Error

Focus: Reset Error

Gravity Sensor Error

Ballast Comm Error

Lamp Hot Power Off

Lamp On Error

Lamp Volt. Too High

Ballast Temp. High

Lamp Maintenance

Head Humidity Error

Base Humidity Error

Base Humidity Too High

Base Humidity Too High

Base Fan 1 Cannot Start

Base Fan 1 Cannot Stop

Base Fan 1 Speed Too Low

Base Fan 1 Speed Too High

Fase Fan 2 Cannot Start

Base Fan 2 Cannot Stop

Base Fan 2 Speed Too Low

Base Fan 2 Speed Too High

Arm Fan 1 Cannot Start

Arm Fan 1 Cannot Stop

Arm Fan 1 Speed Too Low

Arm Fan 1 Speed Too High

E R R O R C O D E S

67

68

69

70

63

64

65

66

59

60

61

62

55

56

57

58

75

76

77

71

72

73

74

51

52

53

54

47

48

49

50

43

44

45

46

#

40

41

42

Print Error Message

ArmFan2 Start Err

ArmFan2 Stop Err

ArmFan2 Too Low

ArmFan2 Too High headFan1 Start Err

HeadFan1 Stop Err

HeadFan1 Too Low

HeadFan1 Too High headFan2 Start Err

HeadFan2 Stop Err

HeadFan2 Too Low

HeadFan2 Too High headFan3 Start Err

HeadFan3 Stop Err

HeadFan3 Too Low

HeadFan3 Too High headFan4 Start Err

HeadFan41 Stop Err

HeadFan4 Too Low

HeadFan4 Too High headFan5 Start Err

HeadFan5 Stop Err

HeadFan5 Too Low

HeadFan5 Too High headFan6 Start Err

HeadFan6 Stop Err

HeadFan6 Too Low

HeadFan6 Too High headFan7 Start Err

HeadFan7 Stop Err

HeadFan7 Too Low

HeadFan7 Too High headFan8 Start Err

HeadFan8 Stop Err

HeadFan8 Too Low

HeadFan8 Too High

Head Temperature Error

Base Temperature Error

Description

Arm Fan 2 Cannot Start

Arm Fan 2 Cannot Stop

Arm Fan 2 Speed Too Low

Arm Fan 2 Speed Too High

Head Fan 1 Cannot Start

Head Fan 1 Cannot Stop

Head Fan 1 Speed Too Low

Head Fan 1 Speed Too High

Head Fan 2 Cannot Start

Head Fan 2 Cannot Stop

Head Fan 2 Speed Too Low

Head Fan 2 Speed Too High

Head Fan 3 Cannot Start

Head Fan 3 Cannot Stop

Head Fan 3 Speed Too Low

Head Fan 3 Speed Too High

Head Fan 4 Cannot Start

Head Fan 4 Cannot Stop

Head Fan 4 Speed Too Low

Head Fan 4 Speed Too High

Head Fan 5 Cannot Start

Head Fan 5 Cannot Stop

Head Fan 5 Speed Too Low

Head Fan 5 Speed Too High

Head Fan 6 Cannot Start

Head Fan 6 Cannot Stop

Head Fan 6 Speed Too Low

Head Fan 6 Speed Too High

Head Fan 7 Cannot Start

Head Fan 7 Cannot Stop

Head Fan 7 Speed Too Low

Head Fan 7 Speed Too High

Head Fan 8 Cannot Start

Head Fan 8 Cannot Stop

Head Fan 8 Speed Too Low

Head Fan 8 Speed Too High

Head Temperature Error

Base Temperature Error

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M U LT I P L E P O W E R L I N K I N G

With this feature you can connect the fixtures to one another using the power cable input and output sockets.

NOTE: USE CAUTION WHEN POWER LINKING OTHER FIXTURES AS THE POWER CONSUMPTION

OF OTHER MODEL FIXTURES MAY EXCEED THE MAX POWER OUTPUT ON THIS FIXTURE!

CHECK SILK SCREEN FOR MAX AMPS.

C L E A N I N G

Due to fog residue, smoke, and dust cleaning the internal and external optical lenses must be carried out periodically to optimize light output.

1. Use normal glass cleaner and a soft cloth to wipe down the outside casing.

2. Clean the external optics with glass cleaner and a soft cloth every 20 days.

3. Always be sure to dry all parts completely before plugging the unit back in.

Cleaning frequency depends on the environment in which the fixture operates (i.e. smoke, fog residue, dust, dew).

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S P E C I F I C AT I O N S

Light Source:

• Philips, 260W, MSD Platinum 12R LL Discharge

Lamp (6,000 hours)

• Color temperature: 7800K

• LUX: 522,000 @10M

Features:

• DMX512 & RDM compatible

• 2° beam angle

• High quality, optical glass lens

• Motorized Focus + 16-bit fine focus

• Frost Filter to create wash effect

• 2 Rotating prisms: 6-facet Linear and 24-facet

Circular

• 0-100% smooth dimming

• Various strobe effects with speed control

• Wifly EXR, wireless DMX onboard

• USB firmware update port

• Fan cooled

Control:

• Configurable via RDM

• Controllable via DMX512 via hardware or wirelessly with Wifly EXR transceiver (sold separately)

• 2 DMX Channel Modes: 14/18 Channels

• Color LCD display with 4-button function menu

• 5 Dimmer Curves

• 0-100% smooth dimming

• Various strobe effects with speed control

• USB firmware update port

• With Wired Digital Communication Network

Pan/Tilt:

• Pan: 540 degrees (plus 16-bit fine pan)

• Tilt: 270 degrees (plus 16-bit fine tilt)

Connections:

• DMX Connections: 5-pin DMX In/Out

• Power Connections: IP65 rated power locking

In/Out

Color Wheel:

• 14 dichroic colors + white [Includes CTO

(3200K), CTB (6000K) & UV]

• Split Colors

• Bidirectional color wheel scrolling

GOBO Wheel:

• 16 static GOBOs + open (4 GOBOs are beam

Electrical:

• Multi-voltage operation: 100-240V, 50/60Hz

• Max power consumption: 412W (@120V),

405W (@230V)

Dimensions & Weight:

• Dimension: 14” (L) x 9.4” (W) x 24.4” (H) / 356 x 240 x 621mm

• Weight: 48 lbs. / 21.8 kg.

reducers)

• GOBO Shake Effect

• Bidirectional gobo wheel scrolling

What’s Included:

• Omega Brackets for hanging

• 4.92ft. / 1.5m. IP65 locking power cable

Prisms:

• 6-facet linear and 24-facet circular

• Bidirectional prism rotation for each prism

• Prisms can be overlayed

Approvals / Ratings:

• cETLus (Control #4000358)

• CE Certified

• IP65 (temporary outdoor use only)

IP 65

Specifications subject to change without notice.

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D I M E N S I O N S

338.4mm [13.3in] 240mm [9.4in]

122.1mm

[4.8in]

240mm [9.4in]

128.5mm [5.1in]

356mm [14.0in]

180mm [7.1in]

107mm

[4.2in]

402mm [15.8in]

356mm [14.0in]

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F C C S TAT E M E N T

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

FCC RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE WARNINGS & INSTRUCTIONS

This product has been tested and found to comply with the limits as per Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This device uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the included instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this device does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the device off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following methods:

• Reorient or relocate the device.

• Increase the separation between the device and the receiver.

• Connect the device to an electrical outlet on a circuit different from which the radio receiver is connected.

• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

Europe Energy Saving Notice

Energy Saving Matters (EuP 2009/125/EC)

Saving electric energy is a key to help protecting the environment. Please turn off all electrical products when they are not in use. To avoid power consumption in idle mode, disconnect all electrical equipment from power when not in use. Thank you

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