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  • Page 1 Easypix™ user manual...
  • Page 2: Dimensions

    The Martin logo, the Martin name and all other trademarks in this document pertaining to services or products by Martin Professional A/S or its affiliates and subsidiaries are trademarks owned or licensed by Martin Professional A/S or its affiliates or subsidiaries.
  • Page 3: Safety Information

    If you have questions about how to operate the luminaire safely, please contact your Martin dealer or call the Martin 24-hour service hotline at +45 70 200 201, or in the USA on 1-888-tech-180. PROTECTION FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK •...
  • Page 4 • Do not modify the Easypix Power or luminaires in any way not described in this manual or install other than genuine Martin parts. • Use only Martin approved accessories to mask or modify the light beam. • Do not attempt to bypass fuses. Replace defective fuses with ones of the specified type and rating only.
  • Page 5 Disposing of this product Martin™ products are supplied in compliance with Directive 2002/96/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union on WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment), as amended by Directive 2003/108/EC, where applicable.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Dimensions....................... 2 Safety Information..................... 3 Contents ......................7 Notes ........................ 8 Introduction....................... 9 Unpacking....................10 Using for the first time................10 Physical installation ..................11 Location and orientation ................11 Mounting....................12 Connections – general..................16 System overview ..................16 AC power......................
  • Page 8: Notes

    Notes Easypix user manual...
  • Page 9: Introduction

    Easypix 300 • The Easypix Power can drive up to twenty-four Easypix 300s, six Easypix 1200s, or any mixture of Easypix 300 and Easypix 1200 devices that does not exceed 7.2 meters (23 ft. 7 in.) • Possibility of controlling all luminaires attached to an Easypix Power as one single RGB or HSI pixel •...
  • Page 10: Unpacking

    Unpacking The following items are included with the Easypix luminaire: • 300 mm or 1200 mm strip light luminaire with narrow beam angle diffuser (installed). • safety leaflet • Two short DIN rails The following items are included with the Easypix Power •...
  • Page 11: Physical Installation

    Easypix luminaire. Warning! Do not use the Easypix luminaire without the supplied diffuser filter. Contact your Martin supplier for assistance if you have any questions about how to install this product safely. Location and orientation Easypix luminaires are for indoor installations with an IP rating of 20.
  • Page 12: Mounting

    The Easypix luminaire is designed for mounting on standard 35 mm top-hat DIN rail. Figure 1: Martin DIN rail dimensions (in mm) Corrosion-resistant DIN rail can be ordered from Martin (see “Accessories” on page 42). Dimensions for the DIN rail supplied by Martin are given in Figure 1.
  • Page 13 To mount the luminaire on a surface using 35 mm DIN rail: Fasten the DIN rail securely to the mounting surface. See Figure 2. The luminaire mounting bracket has a hooked profile on one side (see A). Hook this profile over the top of the DIN rail and swing the bracket down.
  • Page 14 Figure 3: Vertical mounting on DIN rail Safety attachment When installing the luminaire in an area where it could fall and cause damage or injury, loop two safety cables or similar secondary attachments that can hold ten times the weight they secure tightly around each luminaire and fasten each safety attachment to a separate anchoring point in the mounting surface itself, not the DIN rail.
  • Page 15 Rotate the locking knob counter-clockwise until it engages in the luminaire profile and locks it in position. Figure 5: Releasing and tighten the tilt locking lock Mounting the Easypix Power Fasten the Easypix Power securely to a flat surface in a location that is accessible for service.
  • Page 16: Connections - General

    Easypix Power. Figure 6: Schematic cable and device layout Important! Do not exceed the maximum permitted number of luminaires per output channel, i.e. 24 Easypix 300 luminaires or 6 Easypix 1200 luminaires. The Easypix system consists of: The Easypix Power that controls luminaires in response to a DMX signal from a controller such as the Martin Light Fox™.
  • Page 17: Ac Power

    See "Specifications” on page 39 for details of fuse rating and typical current. The Easypix 300 and Easypix 1200 are protected by an electronic circuit-breaker in the extender/splitter. Incorrect system configuration will cause an automatic luminaire power off. The circuit-breaker will reset and recover once the system is configured correctly.
  • Page 18: Connecting To Power

    Connecting to power The Easypix Power is supplied with an IEC power cable ready for connection to a single-phase 3-wire (live, neutral, ground/earth) power distribution system at 100-120/200-240 VAC nominal, 50/60 Hz. Details of standard US and EU conductor identification systems are given in Table 1.
  • Page 19: Control Data Link

    • Each chain may connect a maximum of 32 Easypix Powers. • Each chain on the link must be terminated by placing a 120 ohm resistor (available from Martin, P/N 91613028) across the data hot (+) and data cold (-) output conductors of the last Easypix Power on the chain.
  • Page 20 Many DMX lighting controllers have XLR 5-pin output connectors. To connect these to the RJ-45 connectors on the Easypix Power, use an XLR 5-pin to RJ-45 adapter, (available from Martin, P/N 11840111). If you need to rewire XLR connectors, pin numbers are normally marked on connectors.
  • Page 21: System Setup

    System setup Important! Read this description carefully before applying power. Incorrect configuration of the Easypix system may permanently damage the Easypix luminaire. The Easypix Power has two output channels marked Output I and Output II. Each output channel can be controlled as one pixel and can drive up to twenty four Easypix 300s or six Easypix 1200s or any mixture that does not exceed 7.2 meters.
  • Page 22 DIPs DMX Modes DMX Mode DMX Mode HSI DMX Address 1-510 Standalone Modes Type Name Standalone ON + Master Standalone OFF + Slave Standalone Program 0-64 ALL OFF SIMPLE COLORS GREEN BLUE 4 Factory Default ALL ON CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW WARM WHITE WHITES COOL WHITE...
  • Page 23 DIPs DMX Modes DMX Mode DMX Mode HSI DMX Address 1-510 Standalone Modes Type Name Standalone ON + Master Standalone OFF + Slave Standalone Program 0-64 RGB 1 RGB 2 SIMPLE DYNAMICS RAINBOW W - R - W - G - W - B W - C - W - M - W - Y...
  • Page 24 DIPs DMX Modes DMX Mode DMX Mode HSI DMX Address 1-510 Standalone Modes Type Name Standalone ON + Master Standalone OFF + Slave Standalone Program 0-64 RED PULSE GREEN PULSE BLUE PULSE PULSES CYAN PULSE MAGENTA PULSE YELLOW PULSE WHITE PULSE RGB PULSE CMY PULSE FLASHES...
  • Page 25: Setting Synchronized Master/Slave Mode

    If the system is powered on when you select a stand-alone program on the DIP switch, allow several seconds for the selection to take effect. If a DMX signal is sent to the Easypix Power, it overrides any stand- alone program that is currently running. Setting synchronized master/slave mode If you are running multiple Easypix Power devices on a data link, you can synchronize action so that all Easypix Powers and the connected...
  • Page 26 Setting up DMX-controlled operation The Easypix Power can be controlled by sending instructions from a DMX controller to the 3 DMX channels (out of the 512 channels available in one DMX universe) the Easypix Power uses. The first of these 3 channels is the Driver’s DMX address. You must set the Easypix Power’s DMX address as a binary number on the unit’s DIP switch and the controller must send instructions to that address and the next two channels.
  • Page 27 Table 3: DMX address DIP switch settings Alternatively, use the Martin DIP Switch Calculator, available for use and download free of charge at http://www.martin.dk/service/dipswitchpopup.htm (see Figure 10).
  • Page 28: Setting Rgb Or Hsi Color Control Mode

    Figure 10: Martin™ DIP Switch Calculator Setting RGB or HSI color control mode To set the Easypix system to RGB mode, set DIP switch pin 10 to OFF. The three DMX channels will now control red, green and blue. To set the Easypix system to HSI mode, set DIP switch pin 10 to ON.
  • Page 29: Operation

    Operation Warning! Class 1M LED product according to IEC/EN 60825-1. Do not view the light output with optical instruments or any device that may concentrate the beam. Ambient temperatures The Easypix system can be operated at ambient temperatures from 5° C (41°...
  • Page 30 When the Easypix Power is receiving a valid DMX signal, the green DMX LED lights. Stand-alone operation When the Easypix Power is set up for stand-alone operation, Easypix luminaires begin displaying their stand-alone program as soon as power is applied to the Easypix Power. Easypix user manual...
  • Page 31: Service And Maintenance

    Martin Service organization or its authorized agents. It is Martin policy to use the best quality materials available to ensure optimum performance and the longest possible component lifetimes.
  • Page 32: Diffuser Filters

    See Figure 8. Diffuser filters are available in three different beam angles: narrow, medium and wide. The diffuser filters can be ordered from Martin (see “Accessories” on page 42). The diffuser filters are marked with notches to identify them. See Figure...
  • Page 33 Figure 9: Remove diffuser See Figure 10. Install the diffuser filter by clipping one side of the diffuser filter into one groove in the front cover, then pushing the other side of diffuser filter down into the other groove in the front cover until it clips into place.
  • Page 34: Fuse Replacement

    “Electrical” on page 41. Replace the fuseholder. If fuses continue to blow, there is probably a fault. Disconnect the device from power and data and contact a Martin service technician for assistance. Easypix user manual...
  • Page 35: Software Installation

    “After-Sales” area of the Martin website. • The Easypix main software update file, downloadable free of charge from the “After-Sales” area of the Martin website (this file can be downloaded automatically from within the Martin Uploader application) •...
  • Page 36 If an error appears again, repeat the upload procedure. If the problem persists, contact the Martin Service organization or its authorized agents for assistance. Easypix user manual...
  • Page 37: Dmx Protocols

    DMX protocols RGB Mode Start code = 0 Channel Value Percentage Function 0-255 0-100% Intensity 0-100% Green 0-255 0-100% Intensity 0-100% Blue 0-255 0-100% Intensity 0-100% HSI Mode Start code = 0 Channel Value Percentage Function Red → Orange → Amber → 0-255 0-100% Yellow →...
  • Page 38: Troubleshooting

    Defective Easypix Power. Have faulty Easypix Power does not respond at all. serviced by Martin service technician. Bypass devices on DMX link until the faulty device has been Other device on DMX link identified.
  • Page 39: Specifications

    Length............300 mm (11.8 in.) / 1200 mm (47.2 in.) Width ..........40 mm (1.6 in.) including mounting bracket Height ......53 mm (1.8 in.) including mounting bracket and DIN rail Weight ................Easypix 300: 1170 g ..................Easypix 1200: 3500 g Easypix Power Length..................270 mm (10.5 in.)
  • Page 40 Mounting points ......Mounting brackets or 35 mm DIN top-hat rail Maximum connected number of luminaires per Power Driver Easypix 300 luminaires...................24 Easypix 1200 luminaires...................6 Mixture of Easypix 300 and 1200 (max. length)......... 7.2 meters Connections Easypix Power mains input..........Male (C14) IEC socket Data connection..................RJ-45 Easypix luminaire connection ............
  • Page 41: Included Items

    Minimum ambient temperature (Ta min.).........5° C (41° F) Maximum surface temperature, steady state Luminaire, Ta=40° C: 65° C (149° Approvals Included Items Easypix 300 and Easypix 1200 1 x luminaire 1 x safety leaflet 2 X short Martin DIN Rail...
  • Page 42 Easypix Power ................P/N 90704410 All luminaires include a Narrow diffuser (installed). Medium and Wide diffusers are orderable separately. Custom colors are available by special order – please contact your Martin distributor for details. Specifications subject to change without notice. Please see www.martin.com for latest product information and specifications.
  • Page 44 • Olof Palmes Allé 18 • 8200 Aarhus N • Denmark Tel: +45 8740 0000 • Fax +45 8740 0010...

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