D M X
For specific command values, see "DMX protocols" on page 24.
N T E N S I T Y
Flash intensity can be set from minimum (blackout) to maximum on channel 1 in
the 3- and 4-channel DMX modes. Intensity is maximum in 1-channel DMX
The maximum intensity can be reduced by selecting low power mode as
described on page 9.
U R A T I O N
Flash duration can be set from 0 to 650 ms on 50 Hz power supplies, or 0 to 530
ms on 60 Hz power supplies, on channel 2 in the 3- and 4-channel DMX modes.
Flash duration is fixed in 1-channel DMX mode.
A T E
Flash rate can be set from 0 flashes per second to 25 flashes per second Hz on 50
Hz power supplies, or from 0 to 30 flashes per second on 60 Hz power supplies,
on channel 3 in the 3- and 4-channel DMX modes. Flash rate is also controllable
in 1-channel DMX mode.
R O G R A M M E D E F F E C T S
Six programmed effects are available on channel 4 in the 4-channel DMX mode
only. The effects may be altered using the intensity, duration, and rate controls.
Ramp up: Light gradually increases in intensity, then blacks out.
Ramp down: Light flashes to full intensity, then gradually fades.
Ramp up-down: Light gradually increases and decreases.
Random flash: Light flashes randomly with variable rate and intensity.
Multiple units flash independently of each other.
Lightning: The flashes simulate lightning. Duration is not adjustable.
Spikes: The lamp remains dimly illuminated between flashes. Set flash
intensity, duration, and rate as normal.
L I N D E R E F F E C T
The blinder effect, in which the light remains on for an extended period, is
available in all DMX modes. In the 3- and 4-channel modes, the effect is achieved
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