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  • Rev. 2/26/2010 – visage Version 1.0

    ELAR Tri Brick

    Elation Professional™

    6122 S. Eastern Ave.

    Los Angeles, Ca 90040

    www.elationlighting.com

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    TABLE OF CONTENS

    1. General Information……………………………………………………………………… 3

    a. Introduction………………………………………………………………………. 3

    b. Unpacking………………………………………………………..…………..… 3

    c. Customer Support…………………………………………….………………… 3

    d. Warranty Registration……………………………………………………..…… 3

    2. Safety Instructions………………………………………………………........…………. 5

    3. Features……………………………………………………………………………………7

    4. General Guidelines………………………………………………………………………. 8

    5. Fixture Overview…………………………………………………………………………. 9

    6. Mounting and Installation………………………………………………………….……. 12

    7. Understanding DMX……………………………………………………………………... 15

    a. DMX Cables……..………………………………………………………………. 15

    b. DMX Terminator…………………………………………………………………. 16

    c. 3-Pin to 5-Pin Conversion………………………………………………………. 17

    d. Fixture DMX Addressing.………………………..……………………………… 16

    8. Display Indicators….……………………………………………………..……………… 19

    9. Display Menu….……………………………………………………..…………………… 20

    10. DMX Addressing…………………………………………………….…………………… 25

    a. Remote DMX Addressing (RDMX)……………………………………………. 25

    11. DMX Traits…………………………………………………………………………………27

    12. Working with Built-In programs…………………………………………………………. 35

    13. Lens Replacement………………………………………………………………….……. 38

    14. Cleaning and Maintenance………………………………………………………………39

    15. Warranty…………………………………………………………………………………... 40

    16. Photometric Data………………………………………………………………………… 42

    17. Dimensional Drawings………………………………………………….……………….. 43

    18. Circuit Schematic………...………………………………………………………………. 44

    19. Technical Specifications…………………………………………...………….………… 45

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    1. GENERAL INFORMATION

    INTRODUCTION: Congratulations, you have just purchased one of the most innovative and

    reliable LED fixtures on the market today! The ELAR TRI BRICK™ has been designed to

    perform reliably for years when the guidelines in this booklet are followed. Please read and

    understand the instructions in this manual carefully and thoroughly before attempting to

    operate this unit. These instructions contain important information regarding safety during

    use and maintenance.

    UNPACKING: Thank you for purchasing the ELAR TRI BRICK™ by Elation Professional®.

    Every ELAR TRI BRICK™ has been thoroughly tested and has 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 your fixture for

    damage and be sure all accessories necessary to operate the fixture have arrived intact. In

    the event damage has been found or parts are missing, please contact our customer support

    team for further instructions. Inside the box you should find: the fixture, a DMX XLR cable, a

    safety cable, and this manual. Please do not return this unit to your dealer without first

    contacting customer support at the number listed below.

    CUSTOMER SUPPORT: Elation Professional® provides a customer support line, to provide

    set up help and to answer any question should you encounter problems during your set up

    or initial operation. You may also visit us on the web at www.elationlighting.com for any

    comments or suggestions. For service related issue please contact Elation Professional®.

    Service Hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time.

    Voice: (323) 582-3322

    Fax: (323) 832-9142

    E-mail: [email protected]

    Forum: www.ElationLighting.com/forum

    Warning! To prevent the risk of fire and reduce the risk electrical shock, do not attempt to

    operate this fixture with the lens cover removed.

    Caution! There are no user serviceable parts inside this unit. Do not attempt any repairs

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    yourself. Doing so will void your manufactures warranty.

    Please do not discard the shipping carton in the trash. Please recycle whenever possible.

    WARRANTY REGISTRATION: The ELAR TRI BRICK™ carries a two-year (730 days)

    limited warranty. Please fill out the enclosed warranty card to validate your purchase. 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 at (323) 582-3322.

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    2. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    To guarantee proper and consistent operation, it is important to

    follow the guidelines in this manual. Elation Professional will not

    accept responsibility for damages resulting from the misuse of

    this fixture due to the disregard of the information printed in this

    manual.

    1. Always be sure that the fan and the air inlets remain clean and are never

    blocked. Allow about 6” (15cm) between this fixture and other devices or a wall

    to allow for proper cooling. See page 12.

    2. Never touch the fixture during normal operation.

    3. Never look directly into the light source. You risk injury to your retina, which may

    induce blindness.

    4. For safe operation, follow the Installation guide described in chapter six of this

    manual. Operating the ELAR TRI BRICK™ without suited safety aids such as

    safety cables or clamps can increase the risk of damage and/or personal injury.

    5. Qualified and certified personnel should only perform installation.

    6. When mounting this fixture, use only the original rigging points included with this

    fixture. Any structural modification will void the original manufactures warranty

    and may increase the risk of damage and/or personal injury.

    7. Do not attempt to operate this fixture if the power cord has become damaged or

    frayed.

    8. Never open this fixture while in use.

    9. This device falls under protection-class I. Therefore it is essential that the device

    be grounded properly.

    10. Qualified personnel should perform all electrical connections.

    11. Be sure the available voltage matches the voltage requirements of the unit. Be

    sure the power cord is never crimped or damaged. If the power cord is damaged,

    replace it immediately with a new one of similar power rating.

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    12. Always disconnect from main power before performing any type of service or

    any cleaning procedure.

    13. Only handle the power cord by the plug. Never pull out the plug by tugging the

    wire portion of the cord.

    14. Please be aware that damages caused by modifications to the device are

    not subject to warranty.

    Important Notice: Damages resulting from the disregard of safety and general user

    instructions found in this user manual are not subject to any warranty claims.

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    3. FEATURES

    • IP66 Rated Fixture

    • Low power consumption

    • Minimal heat emission

    • Maintenance free operation

    • Equipped with 12 Tri-Color (RGB) 3-Watt LEDs

    • Silent Operation, convection cooled, no fans

    • 100,000 hours rated LED life

    • Linear RGB Color Mixing, infinite color possibilities

    • 18˚ Beam Angle/35˚ Field Angle (25˚ Lens)

    • USITT DMX-512 Complaint

    • Preprogrammed colored macros

    • Strobe-effect with a maximum flash rate of 18fps

    • DMX-controlled operation or stand-alone operation with Master/Slave-function

    • 7 built-in programs can be called up via DMX-controller

    ~ 48 preprogrammed scenes per program

    • Sound-controlled via built-in microphone

    • Five DMX Modes:

    15 DMX Channels

    12 DMX Channels

    6 DMX Channels

    4 DMX Channels

    3 DMX Channels (default)

    • DMX-control via standard DMX-controller

    • Upgradable firmware via Elation “E-Loader” Data Pack

    • Electronic Switching Power Supply 100v~240v

    • Flicker-free operation for television and film

    • Compact design: fits in 12” box truss

    • 0%~100% Dimming (two dimming options; linear & standard)

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    4. GENERAL GUIDELINES

    This fixture is a professional lighting effect designed for use on stage, in nightclubs, in

    theatres, and other types of architectural installations. Do not attempt operation or

    installation without a proper knowledge on how to do so.

    Consistent operational breaks will ensure that the fixture will function properly for many

    years to come.

    Do not shake the fixture around. Avoid brute force when installing or operating the fixture.

    While choosing an installation location, please be sure that the fixture will not be exposed to

    extreme heat, moisture, or dust. The minimum distance between the fixture and a wall or flat

    surface should be at least 0.5 meter (about 1.5ft). See page 12.

    Always install the fixture with an appropriately rated safety cable. When installing the fixture

    in a suspended environment always be sure to use mounting hardware no less than M10 x

    25 mm, also be sure the hardware is only inserted in the yoke’s mounting holes.

    Do not attempt to operate this fixture until you have familiarized yourself with all of its

    functions.

    Do not permit operation by persons not qualified for operating this type of architectural

    fixture. Most damages are the result of improper operation.

    Please use the original packaging to transport the fixture in for service.

    For your own safety, please read this user manual carefully before installing the device.

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    5. FIXTURE OVERVIEW

    1. LED Lens Assembly – The lens assembly may be user replaced in the event repair

    is needed or a different beam angle is required.

    2. Locking Knob – This knob is used to lock the yoke into place after a desired

    operating angle has been achieved.

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    3. Yoke Assembly – This yoke is designed to perform two functions; 1) It can be used

    as a floor stand bracket, or 2) Used to secure a mounting clamp for truss mounting.

    4. Fixture Housing – A heavy-duty aluminum case that is designed to be IP 66 rated.

    5. DMX In Lead – This lead is the main DMX input lead. When the unit is the first in a

    chain or the only fixture to be used with a DMX controller, be sure to use the DMX

    starter cable that converts a standard 3-pin XLR DMX connector to the IP rated twist

    lock connector that is used on the fixture. When jumping from fixture to fixture be

    sure to only use Elation IP rated DMX cables to maintain the IP rating.

    6. DMX Out Lead – This lead is used to send an incoming DMX signal to the next

    fixture in the DMX chain. To maintain the integrity of the IP rating, only use proper

    Elation IP rated DMX cables.

    7. Main Power Input Lead – This lead is the main power input lead. When the unit is

    the first in a chain or the only fixture to be used, be sure to use the power starter

    cable that converts a standard Edison 3-prong to the IP rated twist lock connector.

    When jumping from fixture to fixture be sure to only use Elation IP rated power

    connectors to maintain the IP rating.

    8. Power Output Lead – This lead is used to jump power to another ELAR TRI

    BRICK™. Please do not daisy chain power for more than 16 fixtures. To maintain the

    integrity of the IP rating, only use proper Elation IP rated power cables.

    9. MENU Button – This button is used to access the fixtures menu functions.

    10. Up Button – The up button is used to toggle forward through the menu functions and

    settings.

    11. Down Button – The down button is used to toggle backwards through the menu

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    functions and settings.

    12. Enter Button – The enter button is used to enter in to a certain menu function or to

    lock a menu setting in to memory.

    13. LED Display – 4-segment menu display. Used to display the DMX address as well

    as all other menu functions.

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    6. MOUNTING AND INSTALLATION

    Cautions:

    For added protection mount the fixtures in areas outside walking paths, seating areas, and

    away from areas were unauthorized personnel might reach the fixture.

    Before mounting the fixture to any surface, make sure that the installation area can hold a

    minimum point load of 10 times the device’s weight.

    Fixture installation must always be secured with a secondary safety attachment, such as an

    appropriate safety cable.

    To avoid injury, never stand directly below the device when mounting, removing, or servicing

    the fixture.

    Refer to regulations BGV C1 (formerly VBG 70) and DIN VDE0711-217

    for proper installation in Europe To ensure proper installation, only

    qualified staff should attempt installation.

    Mounting points

    Overhead mounting requires extensive experience, including amongst others calculating

    working load limits, a fine knowledge of the installation material being used, and periodic

    safety inspection of all installation material and the fixture. If you lack these qualifications, do

    not attempt the installation yourself. Improper installation can result in bodily injury.

    CAUTION!

    Be sure a qualified electrician performs all electrical

    connections.

    Be sure to complete all rigging and installation procedures before connecting the main

    power cord to the appropriate wall outlet.

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    Mounting

    The ELAR TRI BRICK™ is fully operational in any position, hanging upside-down, side

    mounted, or set on a flat level surface, etc. Be sure this fixture is kept at least 0.5m (1.5 feet)

    away from any flammable materials (decoration etc.). When clamp mounting; always use

    and install the supplied safety cable as an added safety measure to prevent accidental

    damage in the event of a clamp failure. See the image below.

    Clamp Mounting

    The ELAR TRI BRICK™ provides a mounting bracket assembly that allows the unit to stand

    on a flat surface or to be hung on truss via a clamp in any safe position (see the illustration

    above). Regardless of the mounting option you choose please be sure to refer to the safety

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    guidelines in this manual to avoid damage to the unit and/or personal injury.

    When mounting this fixture to truss be sure to secure an appropriately rated clamp to the

    hanging yoke using a M10 screw fitted through the center hole of the hanging yoke. As an

    added safety measure be sure to attach at least one properly rated safety cable to the fixture.

    See illustrations below.

    Securing the ELAR TRI BRICK™

    Always be sure to secure your fixture with a safety cable when

    suspending the unit from truss or other means. The fixture

    provides a built-in rigging point for a safety cable as illustrated

    above. Be sure to only use the designated rigging point for the

    safety cable and never secure a safety cable to the hanging

    bracket.

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    7. UNDERSTANDING DMX

    DMX-512: DMX is short for Digital Multiplex. This is a universal protocol used by most

    lighting and controller manufactures as a form of communication between intelligent fixtures

    and controllers. DMX allows all makes and models of different manufactures to be linked

    together and operate from a single controller. This is possible as long as all the fixtures and

    the controller are DMX compliant. A DMX controller sends the DMX data instructions to a

    fixture allowing the user to control the different aspects of an intelligent light. DMX data is

    sent out as serial data that travels from fixture to fixture via data “IN” and “OUT” leads

    located on the fixtures (most controllers will only have output jacks).

    DMX Linking: To ensure proper DMX data transmission, always use proper DMX cables

    and a terminator. When using several DMX fixtures try to use the shortest cable path

    possible. Never split a DMX line with a “Y” style connector. The order in which the fixtures

    are connected in a DMX line does not influence the DMX addressing. For example; a fixture

    assigned a DMX address of 1 may be placed anywhere in the DMX chain, at the beginning,

    at the end, or anywhere in the middle. The DMX controller knows to send data assigned to

    address 1 to that fixture no matter where it is located in the DMX chain. The ELAR TRI

    BRICK™ can be controlled via DMX-512 protocol. The ELAR TRI BRICK™ is a fixture that

    can operate in 3, 4, 6, 12 or 15 DMX channels (see pages 27-30 for the different available

    DMX settings). The DMX address is set electronically using the controls on the LED menu.

    Cable Requirements: This fixture is designed with special cables for both DMX and power.

    These cables are specifically designed to maintain the integrity of the IP rating. When using

    this fixture outdoors be sure to ONLY use the Elation cables that have been manufactured to

    meet the IP rating.

    “First” DMX Cables - Special DMX “First” cables may be purchased from Elation to provide

    a means of data communication with standard DMX fixtures for indoor use. These cables will

    come with the IP rated twist lock connector on one end and either a 3-pin XLR male or

    female connector on the other depending on model. Be sure to only use these cables for

    intergrading this fixture in a standard DMX chain.

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    “First” Power Cable – A special power “First” cable is included with every fixture. This

    cables is used to provide power to your fixture. This cable comes with the IP rated twist lock

    connector on one end and a standard Edison 3-prong, grounded prong on the other end. Be

    sure to only use this cable for power distribution and never attempt to connect this cable to

    the DMX lines.

    You can chain multiple fixtures together through serial linking. Using the IP rated signal

    cables provided through Elation. Always be sure to daisy-chain your in and out data

    connections, never split or “Y” your DMX connections unless you are using an approved

    DMX splitter such as the Elation Opto Branch 4™ or DMX Branch/4™.

    DMX-512 connection with DMX terminator

    A DMX terminator should be used in all DMX lines especially in longer runs. The use of a

    terminator may avoid erratic behavior in your DMX line. A terminator is a 120 ohm 1/4 watt

    resistor that is connected between pins 2 and 3 of a male XLR connector (DATA + and

    DATA -). This fixture is inserted in the female XLR connector of the last fixture in your daisy

    chain to terminate the line. Using a line terminator (Elation part: DMX T PACK) will decrease

    the possibilities of erratic behavior.

    5-Pin XLR DMX Connectors. Some manufactures use 5-pin XLR connectors for DATA

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    transmission in place of 3-pin. 5-pin XLR fixtures may be implemented in a 3-pin XLR DMX

    line. When inserting standard 5-pin XLR connectors in to a 3-pin line a cable adaptor must

    be used, these adaptors are readily available at most electric stores. The following chart

    details a proper cable conversion.

    Fixture DMX addressing;

    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 the fixture starts to “listen” to the digital control information sent

    out from the DMX controller. The allocation of this starting DMX address is achieved by

    setting the correct DMX address on the digital display located on the back of the fixture.

    You can set the same starting address for all fixtures or a group of fixtures, or set different

    address for each individual fixture. Be advised that setting all you fixtures to the same DMX

    address will subsequently control all fixtures in the same fashion, 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 control channels (DMX channels) of

    each fixture. That means changing the settings of one channel will only affect the selected

    fixture.

    In the case of the ELAR TRI BRICK™, which is up to a 15 channel fixture, you should set the

    starting DMX address of the first unit to 1, the second unit to 16 (15 + 1), the third unit to 31

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    (15 + 16), and so on.

    Note: During start-up the ELAR TRI BRICK™ will automatically detect whether a DMX data

    signal is being received or not. If a DMX data signal is being received, the display will show

    "A.XXX" (XXX representing the actual DMX address). If the fixture is not receiving a DMX

    signal the display will flash "A.XXX" (XXX representing the actual DMX address).

    If your fixture is connected to a DMX controller and the display is flashing (not receiving a

    DMX signal), please check the following:

    - The 3-pin or 5-pin XLR plug (cable with DMX signal from controller) may not be

    connected or is not inserted completely into the DMX input jack.

    - The DMX controller is switched off or defective.

    - The DMX cable from the controller merging with included IP Rated Cable adapter is

    not connected securely

    - The DMX cable or connector is defective.

    - A DMX terminator has must be inserted into the last fixture in your DMX chain.

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    8. DISPLAY LED INDICATOR.

    The ELAR TRI BRICK ™ has a LED indicator on the display. This indicator is designed to

    give a quick visual indication of the fixtures’ DMX status. The illustration below details the

    functionality of the LED indicators.

    The LED indicator represents DMX signal:

    • If the indicators is on, a clean DMX signal is present

    • If the indicator is off, there is no DMX signal present

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    9. DISPLAY MENU

    Default settings shaded.

    Remarks:

    1) If the fixture does not receive a DMX signal the menu display will flash

    repeatedly.

    2) TIME: Adjust the hold time for each scene in built-in chase programs.

    3) FADE: Adjust the fade time between each scene in the built-in programs.

    9.1 “MODE” - Function Mode:

    9.1.1 <ADDR> - DMX address setting – This function is used to set or adjust the

    fixture’s starting DMX address. Every device controlled by DMX has to have a unique

    starting address. The addressing feature is what allows DMX to function properly. The

    DMX address of a fixture is what allows it to communicate with a controller properly. The

    DMX addressing also allows the fixture to ignore any DMX information coming from the

    controller that is not meant specifically for the fixture. Because each fixture is connected

    VALU

    A001~AXXX (AXXX)

    DMX address setting

    SLAV

    ON/OFF

    Set as Slave

    <ADDR>

    RDMX

    ON/OFF

    Change address via DMX

    <RUN>

    AUTO

    ALON/MAST

    Run Auto program

    VALU

    D-XX D-00(DXXX)

    Display DMX value

    FLIP

    ON/OFF

    Flip display

    MODE

    <DISP>

    D ON

    ON/OFF

    Delay shutting off LED display

    <CHAN>

    4CH/5CH/7CH/9CH

    DMX channel Mode

    <FAIL>

    OFF/HOLD/AUTO

    Status while there is no DMX

    <DFSE>

    ON/OFF

    Default setting

    SET

    <VER>

    V-1.0~V-9.9

    Software version

    MANL

    <CH01>

    ~<CH09>

    01 XX (00~FFH)

    09 XX (00~FFH)

    Manual adjust intensity

    <LIFE>

    0000~9999(hours)

    Life time of machine running

    <CODE>

    CXXX

    Password of clear time ”038”

    TIME

    <CLFE>

    ON/OFF

    Clear machine running time

    <STEP>

    S-01~S-48

    Select steps of program

    C-01~C-09

    01 XX (00~FFH)

    09 XX (00~FFH)

    FADE

    XXX

    EDIT

    <SC01>

    ~<SC48>

    TIME

    XXX.X (000.1s~999.9s)

    Edit the internal scenes

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    in a daisy-chain fashion it is imperative to assign a proper and unique starting DMX

    address to each and every fixture. The DMX address is non-destructive and will remain

    in the fixture’s memory even when the power to the unit is switched off. Memory is

    backed-up and retain by an internal power source that should last about five years. For

    proper DMX addressing see “DMX Addressing” on page 25 of this user manual.

    “VALU” - Display the DMX 512 value of each channel

    With this function you can display the DMX 512 value of each channel. The display

    will automatically detail the changing DMX values as they are received from the

    controller.

    “SLAV” - Slave setting for Master/Slave Operation

    With this function, you can define the device as slave for operation in Master/Slave

    mode. Each slave setting will have a different function for a dynamic lightshow

    without a controller.

    “RDMX” - Address via DMX - This function allows the DMX address to remotely be

    adjusted from a DMX console. This setting requires special settings for both the

    controller and the fixture. RDMX is on by default. For operational instructions please

    see Section 10/Page 25 of this manual “Remote DMX addressing.”

    9.1.2 <RUN> - Internal Program Settings

    This function allows the internal programs to run in either stand-alone or master/salve

    mode. In “Master” mode the fixture will send DMX data to other fixtures connect via the

    DMX chain. In “Alone” mode the fixture will operate as a single fixture. The program for

    this mode is selected in the “Select program” section of the control menu. You can set

    the number of steps under “Edit program”. You can edit the individual scenes under

    “Edit scenes”. With this function, you can run the individual scenes either automatically,

    i.e. with the adjusted Step-Time.

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    9.1.3 <DISP> - Menu Display Settings

    This function allows the internal programs to run in either stand-alone or master/salve

    DMX chain. In “Alone” mode

    “VALU” - Display the DMX 512 value of each channel

    This function will electronically display the current DMX value for any channel that is

    currently being adjusted. The display will automatically detail the changing DMX

    values as they are received from the controller. This function is “off” by default.

    “FLIP” – This function will flip the display readout by a 180˚ allowing for better

    visualization when the fixture is mounted in an inverted position.

    “D ON” – The display is designed to turn off during normal operation to avoid

    excessive light in situations that require an extremely dark environment. This

    function will adjust the time delay the fixture will remain on before it turns off. This

    function is disabled as default.

    9.2 “SET” – Fixture Personality Settings:

    These functions set specific running modes and operating parameters.

    <CHAN> DMX Mode settings

    This function allows the fixture to run in different DMX channel modes. The five modes

    are available; 3 channel, 4 channel, 6 channel, 12 channel and 15 channel. See “DMX

    Traits” beginning on page 27 for a detailed explanation of the different DMX modes.

    <FAIL> DMX Fault Protection

    This function dictates how the fixture will operate in the event DMX signal is suddenly

    lost while operating in DMX mode. The three fail safe modes are; 1) “OFF” which will

    blackout all light output. 2) “HOLD,” which will hold the last DMX command, or 3 “AUTO,”

    which will put the fixture in sound-active mode.

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    <DFSE> - Restore Default

    This function is used to restore the factory settings of the device. All settings will be set

    back to the default values (shaded). Any edited scenes will be lost.

    <VER> Software Version

    This function will display the current firmware version.

    9.3 “MANL” – Manual Fixture Settings:

    This function allows the each of the nine DMX channels to be controlled manually. This

    will allow the fixture to be preset to a specific color or built-in program without the use of

    a DMX console.

    9.4 “TIME” – Operating Hours

    These functions will detail different time functions associated with the fixture.

    <LIFE> (0000~9999 Hours)

    This function tracks the running time of the fixture from the point it was last cleared.

    Where “XXXX ”represents the total number of running hours. This time is none

    destructive and will remain in the fixtures memory indefinitely. Use this time to track

    rentals or show durations.

    <CODE> Clear run time access code

    This lock-out code prevents the current run time from being erased accidently. The

    access code is “038”

    <CLFE> Clear Fixture Run Time

    This function resets the run time to zero.

    9.5 “Edit” Internal Program Settings:

    The fixture comes equipped with a built-in DMX recorder that allows custom programs to

    be installed and recalled directly from the fixture’s control board. Programs can be

    created and stored using the fixture’s control board or by using an external DMX

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    controller. For detailed instructions on how to complete this task please see “Working

    with Built-In Programs” Section 12/ Page 31.

    9.5.1 Select program – This function allows the user to select one of ten of the user

    defined built-in programs. This program is then accessed in “Function Mode” under

    “Program Run.”

    9.5.2 Edit program – This function allows the user to edit the built-in programs.

    9.5.3 Edit Scenes – This function allows the user to edit or define the actual scenes that

    are stored in the user defined built-in programs that are accessed in the previous

    step.

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    10. DMX ADDRESSING

    Setting the DMX address - After the fixture is turned “ON” it will immediately complete a

    reset process that test all the fixture’s functions. When the reset process concludes the LCD

    will display the fixture’s current DMX address. If the fixture is not receiving a DMX signal, the

    display will flash continuously. To set or adjust a DMX address, please follow the procedure

    below:

    1. Toggle through the menu by pressing the Up and Down buttons until the display

    reads “Addr=XXX.” Tap the enter button to make changes to the address.

    2. While the display is flashing use the “UP” and “DOWN” buttons to select a new

    address. Once the new address has been selected, lock the new address into

    the fixture’s memory by pressing the “ENTER” button.

    The DMX address is non-volatile and will remain in the fixture’s memory even when the

    power to the unit is switched off. Memory is backed-up and retain by an internal power

    source that should last about five years

    Remote DMX addressing (RDMX) / Address Via DMX- This function allows the DMX

    address to be changed remotely from a DMX console. This setting requires special settings

    for both the controller and the fixture. This function may be turned on and off, and is “ON” be

    default. Follow the procedure listed below to access the RDMX functions:

    Fixture Settings:

    1. Access the main menu and use the UP or DOWN to get to the

    “Personality” menu, then press ENTER

    2. Once in the “Personalities” menu, tap the UP or Down to get to the

    “Status Settings “ menu, press ENTER.

    3. Once in the “Status Settings” tap the UP or Down to get to the “Address via

    DMX” function and press ENTER.

    4. “Address via DMX” is the function that turn the RDMX function on and off.

    Press ENTER and be sure the function is turned on.

    5. Press the UP button to display “ON” to activate this function, or “OFF” to

    deactivate this function.

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    6. Press ENTER to confirm.

    7. Press MODE/ESC to return to the main menu.

    Controller Settings:

    1. Set the DMX value of channel 1 to a value of 7.

    2. Set the DMX value of channel 2 to a value of 7 or 8. When channel 2 is

    set to "7" you can adjust the starting address between 1 and 255. When

    set to "8" you can adjust the starting address between 256 and 511.

    3. Use channel 3 to set your desired DMX starting address. For example: If

    you want to set the starting address to 57, set channel 1 to a value of “7,”

    set channel 2 to a value of “7” and use channel 3 to set your address to

    57 by selecting a channel value of 57. Example 2: If you want to set the

    starting address to 420, set channel 1 to a value of “7,” channel 2 to "8"

    and channel 3 to "164" (256+164=420).

    4. Wait for approximately 20 seconds for the unit to complete the

    address reset function.

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    11. DMX TRAITS

    DMX Operation Notes:

    The fixture will function in DMX mode whenever the unit is receiving a DMX signal. Please

    note that this will override all manual settings.

    This unit will keep and retain the last DMX command in the event of DMX signal failure. To

    reset the fixture you must turn the power off.

    DMX CHANNEL TRAITS

    The charts below and on the preceding pages outline the different DMX traits for the three

    different DMX modes.

    3-Channel mode: In this mode channel one controls all the red LEDs, channel two controls

    all the green LEDs, and channel three controls all the blue LEDs.

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    4-Channel mode: In this mode channel one controls all the red LEDs, channel two controls

    all the green LEDs, channel three controls all the blue LEDs, and channel four controls the

    master dimming level.

    6-Channel mode: In this mode channels 1~3 are used to control the RGB LEDs and

    channels 4~7 will control special features.

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    12-Channel mode: In this mode channels each color is controlled individually.

    15-Channel mode: In this mode channels each color is controlled individually using

    channels 1-12 and channels 13-15 are used to control special features.

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    DMX channel functions and their values:

    Mode/Channel

    Value

    Function

    3CH

    4CH

    6CH

    12CH

    15CH

    1

    1

    1

    0-255

    Red (0-Black, 255-100%)

    2

    2

    2

    0-255

    Green (0-Black, 255-100%)

    3

    3

    3

    0-255

    Blue (0-Black, 255-100%)

    0-10

    No function

    11-40

    Internal program 1

    41-70

    Internal program 2

    71-100

    Internal program 3

    101-130

    Internal program 4

    131-160

    Internal program 5

    161-190

    Internal program 6

    191-220

    Internal program 7

    4

    13

    221-255

    Internal program 8

    1

    1

    0-255

    Red (group1)

    2

    2

    0-255

    Green (group1)

    3

    3

    0-255

    Blue (group1)

    4

    4

    0-255

    Red (group2)

    5

    5

    0-255

    Green (group2)

    6

    6

    0-255

    Blue (group2)

    7

    7

    0-255

    Red (group3)

    8

    8

    0-255

    Green (group3)

    9

    9

    0-255

    Blue (group3)

    10

    10

    0-255

    Red (group4)

    11

    11

    0-255

    Green (group4)

    12

    12

    0-255

    Blue (group4)

    0

    No function (shutter open)

    1-95

    Strobe effect slow to fast

    96-127

    No function (shutter open)

    128-159

    Pulse-effect in sequences

    160-191

    No function (shutter open)

    192-223

    Random strobe effect slow to fast

    5

    14

    224-255

    No function (shutter open)

    4

    6

    15

    0-255

    Dimming (0-Black, 255- 100%)

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    12. WORKING WITH BUILT-IN PROGRAMS

    The fixture comes equipped with a built-in DMX recorder that allows custom programs to be

    installed and recalled directly from the fixture’s control board. Programs can be created and

    stored using the fixture’s control board or by using an external DMX controller. The following

    instructions will detail the procedures for using the on-board system menu as well as using a

    DMX compliant controller.

    Memory Statistics:

    Quick Access Programs (Program Part): 3

    Total Number of Programs: 10

    Maximum Number of Steps (Scenes) per a Program: 64

    Total Number of Scenes (Steps): 250

    Step 1 – Building Scenes.

    The control will store a maximum of 250 scenes. These scenes are then used to create the

    programs. A program can store one or a maximum of 64 scenes. Keep in mind that a scene

    can only be access when it is stored in a “Program.” If you wish to build a static scene (a

    scene consisting of no movement) for a logo or gobo projection, the scene must be stored

    inside a program. To build a scene, follow the instructions below:

    • Access the main menu and toggle to “Edit Programs” which is menu function 5.

    • Then tap the “ENTER” button and toggle to “Edit Scenes,” menu function 5-3.

    • When you get to the “Edit Scenes” function tap the “ENTER” button. The screen will

    then change to Edit Scene 001, this will be menu function 5-3-1. You can then press

    the “ENTER” button to begin to edit scene 1 or use the “UP” and “DOWN” buttons to

    toggle to access scenes 2-250.

    • Once in the scene edit screen you have access to the functions listed below.

    Tapping the “ENTER” button will instantly allow you to change the values of the

    selected function in real time. The values can be adjusted from 0~250. Once you

    achieved your desired value tap the “ENTER” button once again to automatically

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    lock the value into the scenes memory. You can repeat the procedure for all

    functions listed below:

    - “Auto Program” – Allows access to all of the fixture’s DMX traits.

    - “Red” – adjust all of the red LED values

    - “Green” – adjust all of the green LED values

    - “Blue” – adjust all of the blue LED values

    - “Strobe” – adjust the strobe

    - “Dimmer” – adjust the dimmer intensity

    - “Scene Time” – set the hold time for the scene

    - “Input By Out” – this function will store a scene from an external DMX

    console. See the next section for scene editing via an external DMX

    controller.

    Step 1B – Building Scenes from an External DMX Controller

    The fixture includes a simple built-in DMX recorder. This recorder allows you to build a

    scene using your own DMX console. That scene can then be sent to the fixture and be

    stored inside one of the fixture’s scene storage banks. Many people may find this procedure

    easier and quicker than using the on board menu functions as in “Step 1.” To store a scene

    from an external DMX controller follow the procedures below:

    - Using your DMX control build and store scenes as you normally would.

    - Once you have built all your required scenes, enter the fixtures main menu

    and toggle to

    Step 2 – Editing Programs.

    The control will store a maximum of 10 programs. A program can store one or a maximum of

    64 scenes. Keep in mind that a scene can only be access when it is stored inside one of the

    10 available programs. Follow the procedure below to build an internal program:

    • Access the main menu and toggle to “Edit Programs” which is menu function 5.

    • Then tap the “ENTER” button and toggle to “Program 1” menu function 5-2-1.

    • When you get to the “Program 1” function tap the “ENTER” button. The screen will

    then change to Edit Steps 01, this will be menu function 5-2-1-1. Use the “UP” and

    “DOWN” buttons to toggle through the scenes created in “Step 1.” Press the

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    “ENTER” button to add a scene to the program. Tapping the “Enter” button will

    automatically lock the selected scene into the programs’ memory. Repeat the

    process until all the desired scenes have been added to the program. Each program

    can store a maximum of 64 scenes.

    • To test the program access “Program Test” in the “Program Edit” menu function.

    Step 3 – Playing a Program

    To initiate a program follow the procedure below:

    • Access the main menu and use the “Up” and “Down” to toggle to “Function Mode”

    and tap the “Enter” button.

    • In the next screen select “Auto Program” and tap the “Enter” button.

    • There are now two selections, “Master” and “Alone.” Select “Master” when running

    multiple fixtures in a master/slave configuration. See section 10.2 “Master/ Slave

    Operation” on page 25 for proper set-up instructions. Select “Alone” when running a

    single fixture or when multiple fixtures in stand-alone mode. See section 10.1

    “Stand-Alone Operation” on page 25 for proper set-up instructions.

    The 3 Slave groups run the Auto Program in certain time segments, as shown in the

    following diagram:

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    13. LENS REPLACEMENT

    The ELAR TRI BRICK comes with a removable front cover that allows the lens assembly to

    be changed out to achieve different beam angles.

    Lens cover is held in place by 4 screws on the back of the lens assembly. To remove the

    cover; 1) Remove the securing fasteners in a counter-clockwise direction. 2) Once the

    fasteners are removed, lift the cover straight up to expose the inner lens (see illustration

    below). 3) Locate the securing screws on the inner cover and remove them. 4) Remove the

    inner cover to access the four individual lens kits (see illustration below). Once the lenses

    are changed reassemble in reverse order.

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    14. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE

    Consider the following points during normal service and inspection:

    1. Be sure all screws and fasteners are securely tightened at all times. Lose screws may

    fall out during normal operation resulting in damage or injury as larger parts could fall.

    2. Electric power supply cables must not show any damage, material fatigue or

    sediments. Never remove the ground prong from the power cable.

    Further instructions depending on the installation spot and usage have to be adhered by a

    skilled installer and any safety problems have to be removed.

    We recommend a frequent cleaning of the device. Please use a moist, lint- free cloth. Never

    use alcohol or solvents.

    There are no user serviceable parts inside this fixture, please refer all other service issues to

    an authorized Elation service technician.

    Should you need any spare parts, please order genuine parts from your local dealer.

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    15. 2-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY

    A. Elation Professional® hereby warrants, to the original purchaser, Elation Professional®

    products to be free of manufacturing defects in material and workmanship for a period of two

    years, (730 days) from the date of purchase. 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, send the product only to the Elation Professional® factory. All

    shipping charges must be pre-paid. If the requested repairs or service (including parts

    replacement) are within the terms of this warranty, Elation Professional® 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, Elation Professional® shall have no

    liability what so ever for loss of or damage to any such accessories, nor for the safe return

    thereof.

    C. This warranty is void if the serial number has been altered or removed; if the product is

    modified in any manner which Elation Professional® concludes, after inspection, affects the

    reliability of the product; if the product has been repaired or serviced by anyone other than

    the Elation Professional® factory unless prior written authorization was issued to purchaser

    by Elation Professional®; if the product is damaged because not properly maintained as set

    forth in the instruction manual.

    D. This is not a service contract, and this warranty does not include maintenance, cleaning

    or periodic check-up. During the period specified above, Elation Professional® will replace

    defective parts at its expense, and will absorb all expenses for warranty service and repair

    labor by reason of defects in material or workmanship. The sole responsibility of Elation

    Professional® under this warranty shall be limited to the repair of the product, or replacement

    thereof, including parts, at the sole discretion of Elation Professional®. All products covered

    by this warranty were manufactured after January 1, 1990, and bare identifying marks to that

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    effect.

    E. Elation Professional® 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 Elation Professional® 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 Elation Professional® 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 Elation Professional® Products

    and supersedes all prior warranties and written descriptions of warranty terms and

    conditions heretofore published.

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    16. PHOTOMETRIC DATA

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    17. DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS

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    18. CIRCUIT SCHEMATIC

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    19. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

    Power supply: 100v~240v / 50Hz~60Hz AC

    Power consumption: Maximum 120w

    LED Configuration: 12 x 3 Watt Tri Color (RGB) LEDs

    IP Rating: IP66

    Weight: 6 Kgs / 15.2Lbs

    DMX Channel Modes: 15, 12, 9, 4, or 3 (default) Channel mode

    DMX Drive: Standard DMX-512,

    3 pole IP Rated Locking Connector; [+] = Pin 3 [-] = Pin 2

    [Ground] = Pin 1.

    Color Mixing: RGB

    Color Additive Mixing

    Beam Angle: 18˚Beam Angle/35˚ Field Angle (25˚ Lens)

    Fuse: GMA 220v~2A (Internal)

    Dimmer: Continuous Dimming 0~100%

    Strobe: Electronic Strobe 0~18 Fps

    Lamp Life: 100,000 Hours Rated Life

    Dimensions: (232 x 220 x 260) mm

    9.13” x 8.66” 10.24”

    Please Note: Specifications and improvements in the design of this unit and this manual are

    subject to change without any prior written notice.

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24 York Fitness
Perform Multigym
36 12.02.
25 MOTO GUZZI
MGS-01 Corsa
20 26.03.
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