whenever the combination of flash duration and rate prevents pauses between
flashes. For example, the blinder effect can be achieved with a flash duration of
0.25 seconds (250 ms) and a flash rate of 4 flashes per second, or a flash duration
of 0.05 seconds (50 ms) and a flash rate of 20 flashes per second.
In 3- and 4-channel DMX mode, the intensity of the blinder effect is controllable
on channel 1. Lamp power is electronically regulated to prevent the lamp from
overheating. The intensity falls as power is reduced.
I N G L E F L A S H
To trigger single flashes, start with the intensity and flash rate at 0 and then set an
intensity on channel 1. When the value of channel 1 changes, the light will flash
once with the programmed intensity, duration, and effect.
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